Tuesday, July 17, 2018

4 results for 'teaching'

We Few,

By Guerrero21, published on Jun 4, 2014

...Comparable middle schools often have two or more technology labs for use in this process. SBMS had one lab and as staff was cut this was pressed into service to fill the class schedule and thus became unavailable for technological extensions of the core academic courses. This undercut the teaching-learning process in two ways. First, the students are attracted to technology and apply themselves more eagerly when they can use it. Second, enrichments and extensions of basic lessons were more difficult to implement without the requisite technological support.

Another illustration of ... (more)

Tags: learning, courage, shortage, progress, struggle, teamwork, teaching, trouble, cohesion

Contributing to Change: How You Can Make a Difference

By Sandra Morton, published on Feb 16, 2014

While money is a definite motivator for the American worker, most people need to believe that the work they are doing is also making a positive difference in the world around them. In lieu of that, most people need a volunteer outlet or some other way to know that the space they are taking up on the planet is space that is being well-used.

Whether you’re a college student wondering whether or not a graduate school program is the right one to help you meet your aspirations, or you’re a seasoned working veteran who needs a change that will fulfill your heart but you can’t also... (more)

Tags: motivation, teaching, volunteer

Instead of Paint or Words

By melanie jean juneau, published on Jul 3, 2013

Emerson Mertens ~

Dancer, Choreographer,

Instructor, Company Director,

Actress, Photographer, Writer

In my mind, a dancer's body creates art, like paint on the brush of an artist or words on through the finger tips of a writer. The movements of a dancer speak as loudly as words on paper. It’s like watching a pen or paintbrush in motion displaying the beauty of each delicate movement…a true form of communication.

Em is a ballet dancer with a mission. She explains on her blog,

“I desire to use my training in the arts to bring hope, joy, and inspiration... (more)

Tags: dance, teaching, emerson mertens, performing arts, dance studio

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