globe academy southwark

globe academy southwark

Globe academy southwark
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Globe academy southwark
G CSE pupils at a south London school are looking forward to a “fresh start” after receiving the grades needed to enter sixth form following months of uncertainty and A-level chaos.
About 125 students at Ark Globe Academy, based in Southwark, went to school for the first time in five months to receive their results and find out whether they have made the grades to study their chosen subjects at sixth form.

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Battle of Bermondsey mural design workshop with Paul Butler, the last surviving artist from the famous Battle of Cable Street mural which has just been declared one of the top 100 most important historic places in England by Historic England.
Young people from Globe Academy will be opening up Galleywall Nature Reserve for the enjoyment of local families.

Globe academy southwark
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Globe academy southwark
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Globe academy southwark
Download free resources and browse opportunities and events for schools and students, including our new online programme of workshops and courses.
From September 2020, our workshops, storytelling sessions, CPD and projects for schools will have the option to be delivered online. This exciting new method of delivery will enable anyone who is teaching in socially-distanced classrooms, or who is distance learning, to connect with our education work from anywhere in the world.

Reference:

http://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/health/healthy-schools-london/awards/get-award/schools-taking-part/ark-globe-academy-primary
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/gcse-results-relief-and-excitement-for-students-at-ark-globe-academy-82r0tcllt
http://www.goodschoolsguide.co.uk/schools/ark-globe-academy-london
http://www.bluebermondsey.co.uk/ark-globe-academy-secondary-school-to-take-over-the-blue-as-volunteers/
http://www.keim.com/en-gb/project-gallery/detailed-view-uk/globe-academy-southwark/
http://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/London/Globe-Academy-Secondary-School/
http://www.schoolphonenumber.co.uk/ark-globe-academy/
http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/learn/
http://www.project-educate.org/

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student community action

student community action

Way back in 1966 when the miniskirt was all the rage and the first US spacecraft orbited the moon, a group of Swansea University students set out to change the world as Swansea Volunteer Service was formed to make a real difference in the community. Over the years the organisation has changed its name to Student Community Action and now Discovery Student Volunteering Swansea. And after five decades of helping the elderly, taking children away on trips, gardening, decorating and much, much more. The organisation is proud to celebrate over 50 years of volunteering.
Discovery is now a registered charity and currently operates on a wide range of community projects. Through student volunteering the organisation aims to enrich the lives of disadvantaged people, challenge discrimination and supporting people with disabilities. In 2014 the organisation was honoured with the Queens Award for Voluntary Service, the highest accolade a charity can achieve.

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About STUDENT COMMUNITY ACTION – VOLUNTEERS IN CAMBRIDGE (CAMBRIDGE SCA)

Student community action
We actively recruit for over 60 local organizations, including those which work with homelessness, mental health problems & disabilities to provide counselling, support & run centres for local people.
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2. To act as a resource for HSPH students interested in involving themselves in social justice and public service opportunities in Boston. We will serve as a conduit to bridge HSPH students with various community service, non-profit, and community engagement opportunities.
1. To connect HSPH with the communities of Greater Boston through the planning and implementation of both short-term volunteer projects and sustained community partnerships and programs.

Free training to our Umbrella organisations, Free registration to become an Umbrella organisation,
This can be discussed on a case by case basis

Student community action
Registered charity number: 263361
Student Community Action Volunteers In Cambridge (cambridge Sca)’s method of operation:

  • Acts as an umbrella or resource body
  • Provides human resources

What services Student Community Action Volunteers In Cambridge (cambridge Sca) provides:

  • Education/training
  • General charitable purposes

Student Community Action Volunteers In Cambridge (cambridge Sca) provides services to:

  • People of a particular ethnic or racial origin
  • Elderly/old people
  • Other charities or voluntary bodies
  • The general public/mankind
  • People with disabilities
  • Children/young people

Where Student Community Action Volunteers In Cambridge (cambridge Sca) operates:

  • Cambridgeshire

Student Community Action Volunteers In Cambridge (cambridge Sca)’s charitable objectives:

Student community action
The Center for Service and Leadership (CSL) strives to enhance the student experience through active and diverse engagement opportunities in the community. These meaningful and experiential learning opportunities provide students the ability to enhance their leadership skills while becoming active, global citizens.
The CSL is built upon the foundation that service is transformational for both individuals and communities. Established in 1993 to serve as a model for community-university partnerships, the CSL is located within The University of Alabama’s Division of Student Life. The CSL staff works continually to cultivate and maintain reciprocal partnerships with social action and community service agencies.

Student community action
What is the meaning of SCA abbreviation?
How to abbreviate “Student Community Action”?

The Community Action Centre acts as a resource for understanding and organizing around social justice by taking on outreach, research, advocacy, lobbying and coalition building to mobilize students.
Casa Loma campus:
E Building, first floor, room E124
142 Kendal Ave.

The Santa Clara Community Action Program (SCCAP) is a community-based, service organization dedicated to applying activism and justice to address social issues in and around the campus community. SCCAP promotes social awareness, leadership for social justice, and compassion.
To get involved, students can volunteer with over 20 programs across 4 departments:

Reference:

http://www.giveasyoulive.com/join/student-community-action—volunteers-in-cambridge-cambridge-sca/263361
http://www.cusu.co.uk/societies/directory/sca/
http://www.hsph.harvard.edu/community-action-partnership-so/
http://dbs-ub-directory.homeoffice.gov.uk/org-page.php?id=996
http://www.totalgiving.co.uk/charity/student-community-action—volunteers-in-cambridge-cambridge-sca
http://leadandserve.sa.ua.edu/
http://m.acronymsandslang.com/definition/3710772/SCA-meaning.html
http://www.studentassociation.ca/community-action-centre/
http://www.scu.edu/csi/organizations/cso/directory/sccap/
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school connections

school connections

School connections
Watch a U.S. Capitol Hill Briefing on the positive effects of social emotional learning (SEL) given by School-Connect® co-author R. Keeth Matheny, a high school teacher in Austin ISD (Austin, TX).
Meet School-Connect Co-author and high school teacher, R. Keeth Matheny. Learn how his students thrive through social and emotional learning (SEL).

School connections
Parents, students, educators, and Newton citizens and friends, all are invited to be part of our group.
School Connections in a Green Newton initiative.

Welcome to Dalton Middle Schools’ Connections. We offer a variety of Career, Technical, Agriculture Education; Fine Arts, Physical Education, Health and Modern Languages, as well as, some of the Pathways and Clusters as noted by the Georgia Performance Standards.
When students arrive in the 6th grade a computer generated schedule will place them at a starting point that will then rotate through various Connection classes through their 7th grade year. At the end of 7th grade, students will then be able to request the Connections Classes for their 8th grade year.

School connections
Virtual Connections Academy
Connections Academy East

On behalf of the parents, faculty, and students of the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, thank you for your support of Connections 2020.
Connections is Lab’s biennial gala fundraiser—a 30+ year tradition that, in 2020, brought together a record 900+ parents, alumni, faculty, and staff to celebrate the Laboratory Schools and provide a sustaining commitment to financial aid. Connections 2020 also raised funds for professional development, to help teachers grow and innovate to enhance student experiences.

  • encourage parents to participate in developing the school’s educational policy.
  • develop parent participation and involvement in the school.
  • be the forum for parents to discuss issues pertaining to the school and its community and gathering opinions.
  • promote and support communication and cooperation within the school community and to bring educational matters to the attention of the wider community.
  • provide extra resources for the benefit of government school students.

The functions of a P&C Association are to:

We are currently in the sixth year of the Connections program at East Lyme Middle School. Connections is an advisory program aimed at fostering a sense of belonging for each student at the middle school and providing an opportunity to connect and interact with adults and peers in a way that they may not otherwise.
The Connections groups are small- 11-13 students per adult- allowing the students a chance to get to know each other and giving them opportunities to voice their opinions and ideas in a small group setting. Hopefully, each student will also connect with an adult in the building that they can feel comfortable with.

School connections
Receive Unlimited Access to Homeschool Connections’ recorded courses , with the option of one-on-one instructor feedback.
Interact with the instructor firsthand during class and via email in between.

Online via zoom, presented by Leadership and Design, with all materials included.
Audience: Middle and Upper School teachers in all disciplines

Microsoft Partners in Learning (PiL) – New South Wales Connected Learning Schools Project : a collaboration between Microsoft, NSW DET, dk2 and ACER
In 2006, one school team from each of the ten NSW Department of Education regions were nominated to participate in the Microsoft Partners in Learning (PiL) Connected Learning Schools Project. With reference to their unique context, each school developed and implemented a project that involved teachers using Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in their teaching and learning to engage middle-year students in their education, and to connect more authentically with students’ learning experiences outside of school. The NSW Partners in Learning project was a research and development project. The aim was to investigate how children in the middle years (Years 5 to 9) can shape their own learning. It sought to bridge the disconnect between ICT used at home and in school. Between 2006 and 2008 the ten teams of schools implemented their projects with a view to enhancing students’ engagement, pedagogy and teacher capacity. The project was evaluated by ACER using 2006 and 2008 surveys that identified the extent to which digital technologies helped students engage with school.

Reference:

http://schools.greennewton.org/
http://dms.daltonpublicschools.com/about-us/faculty-and-staff-directory/departments/connections
http://www.connectionsdayschool.net/
http://www.ucls.uchicago.edu/giving/connections
http://www.como.wa.edu.au/como-community/school-connections/
http://www.eastlymeschools.org/middle-school/student-life/connections
http://homeschoolconnectionsonline.com/
http://www.nysais.org/page.cfm?p=1125
http://research.acer.edu.au/digital_learning/4/
http://www.visitlondon.com/things-to-do/place/50273-shakespeares-head

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theatre programs

theatre programs

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Theatre programs
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Musical Theatre Production (6 weeks)
Work with a professional creative team and other talented students to rehearse and perform a full-scale musical theatre production.
Theatre summer programs for students currently in grades 9-12:

What makes Tisch Drama unique? Our undergraduate program matches rigorous conservatory training with a broad and empowering academic curriculum. We’re preparing our students to reinvent the fields they enter by building upon the creative and intellectual assets of NYU, the incomparable cultural resources of New York City, and a rich schedule of productions led by internationally recognized faculty and theatre artists. The training at Tisch Drama enables our students to impact the performing arts field and beyond—applying skills across multiple industries and disciplines.
At Tisch Drama, our studio system exposes students to different approaches to acting, music theatre, production, design, theatrical management, and directing. By exploring various creative techniques instead of a prescribed, regimented program, we’re confident you’ll develop an individual way of working that suits you best. To enrich students’ studio training, we place equal emphasis on an expansive Theatre Studies curriculum and general education courses in the humanities and sciences.

With an ensemble philosophy as the foundation of the program, students major in one area of theatre while participating in all aspects of production, which broadens their knowledge base, creates an understanding and sensitivity to the whole theatre process, and often develops marketable skills outside of their major. Students have the opportunity to participate in main stage productions, student productions, acting, directing, and playwriting showcases, and street theatre performance.
With an ensemble philosophy as the foundation of the program, students major in one area of theatre while participating in all aspects of production, which broadens their knowledge base, creates an understanding and sensitivity to the whole theatre process, and often develops marketable skills outside of their major. Students have the opportunity to participate in main stage productions, student productions, acting, directing, and playwriting showcases, and street theatre performance.

Reference:

http://www.theatretrip.com/musical-theatre-programs/
http://camp.interlochen.org/high-school-theatre-summer-programs
http://tisch.nyu.edu/drama
http://www.marywood.edu/mtd/theatre/index.html
http://www.learnpython.org/

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watch the faculty online

watch the faculty online

Watch the faculty online
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You can see the full list of instructor videos and choose which ones you want to watch, or you can view multiple videos in a row about a particular topic using the following playlists. Also see our list of student videos.

Washington State University is a top-tier, non-profit public research university that has been inspiring greatness in students since 1890. Our students, faculty, and alumni make the world a better place.
Cutting-edge academic technologies enable WSU faculty to bring their courses to life in an online format. Our faculty include world-renowned researchers and industry experts dedicated to teaching. Our students bring a wealth of work and life experiences and diverse perspectives that enhance learning.

There’s much about fall that is uncertain. One thing is certain: faculty are your front line to students and their success. ACUE is supporting colleges and universities nationwide to effectively prepare faculty for the academic year.
ACUE prepares, credentials, and supports faculty to teach with the practices that improve student achievement and close equity gaps.

The video posted below allows online campus visitors the unique opportunity to see inside this historic room and to hear Karl Kusserow, the John Wilmerding Curator of American Art at the Princeton University Art Museum, discuss the room’s remarkable history, including its program of portraits depicting University founders and past presidents.
Any historical narrative is partial: favoring certain perspectives, excluding some voices, privileging others. The “contested narratives” tab allows visitors to the site to investigate the layered histories present in campus art and architecture.

Should you need assistance, please contact the FTC:
Faculty Technology Center

Whether you are a first-time freshman nursing student or a practicing nurse looking to advance your career, APU’s School of Nursing offers programs for bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral nursing degrees available online, on campus, and at our regional campuses across Southern California.
APU’s nationally ranked nursing school prepares nurses to lead the way in health care and provide a deeper level of compassionate care in clinics, hospitals, schools, and beyond.

Watch the faculty online
Best practice tips and pearls of wisdom for faculty.
Learn how to be an effective online instructor and deliver quality online education in psychology.

Watch the faculty online
Accessible, interactive and convenient, our online credit courses are ideally suited to individuals or groups with busy schedules or who study remotely. You can register for courses at any time during the academic turn, from anywhere —at your own pace.
Concordia University’s online courses, based on award-winning designs, offer you the flexibility you need to reach your educational goals.

This week, Williamsville North faculty and staff created and delivered gift bags to the Class of 2020!
© 2020 Williamsville Central School District 105 Casey Rd. East Amherst, New York 14051-5000 District Office Reception: 716-626-8000 District Office Fax Number: 716-626-8089

Reference:

http://help.blackboard.com/Learn/Instructor/Watch_Videos
http://online.wsu.edu/
http://acue.org/
http://artmuseum.princeton.edu/watch-video-faculty-room-nassau-hall
http://online.lsu.edu/faculty/videos/around-moodle-in-under-10/
http://www.apu.edu/nursing/
http://www.apa.org/members/content/online-teaching-learning
http://www.concordia.ca/academics/online-courses.html
http://www.williamsvillek12.org/news_detail_T2_R350.php
http://www.annafiorentini.com/

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all ages

all ages

  1. (chiefly US) open to people of all ages, particularly to children under the age of 18 (of an entertainment event, particularly music or dance) There are some all ages contests at the fair.

In the United States, many entertainment events are restricted to those over the drinking age (21+) or to those who are legally adults (18+). An event that is open to those who are legally children – primarily (non-adult) teens (13–17) and sometimes tweens (roughly 8–12) – is referred to as an all ages event. Such an event may or may not be suitable for young children, infants, and babies – if it is, it may be referred to specifically as family friendly.

All ages
Explore what Unitarian Universalism has to offer by age and stage:
We build connections across the generations. Toddlers laugh and play with elders, teens have meaningful conversations with adults their parents’ age, elementary schoolers and college students work together on a project. We watch each other learn and grow as we explore our faiths, our identities, and our world.

All ages
What is an Age-Friendly city? According to the World Health Organization ( WHO), it’s a place that makes a conscious effort to encourage active aging, a place that provides opportunities for such things as good health, inclusion and security. It’s a place that enhances the quality of life for people as they age.

Salem for All Ages is about creating a welcoming, livable, and supportive community
for people of all ages, abilities, and interests.

All ages
Connect with RCS
Author: The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Year: 2012
Publisher: RCSENG -Communications

All ages
The e-guide provides information on
The e-guide ‘Healthy Workplaces for all Ages’ provides workplaces with information and support for occupational safety and health (OSH) management in the context of an ageing workforce. Its aim is to increase awareness and knowledge related to the ageing of the workforce, the ageing process itself and its implications at the workplace, and to provide practical guidance on how to deal with the related challenges.

Reference:

http://www.uua.org/beliefs/who-we-are/all-ages
http://salemforallages.org/
http://www.rcseng.ac.uk/library-and-publications/rcs-publications/docs/access-all-ages/
http://osha.europa.eu/en/tools-and-resources/e-guides/e-guide-all-ages
http://amdram.co.uk/groups/youth-action-theatre/

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