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    Modern STEM influencers A2Z - Y is for Yashershof

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    Hear from the Winners of the Oldest and Most Prestigious High School Computer Competition!
    The National BDPA.org Team is very proud of all of the teams that competed this year.
    1st Place - Atlanta - Coordinator: Josephine Reed; Chapter President: Derrick Brown atlantabdpa.org
    2nd Place - Washington DC
    3rd Place - Greater Columbia
    4th Place - Southern Minnesota
    5th Place - New Jersey

  • I'm Talking to You -with P.A.M.

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    I'm Talking to You -with P.A.M.
    The Robert Drakes Media Network

  • Foster Parent Peace of Mind Certification Program

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    TIPS for Child Care Institute, has incorporated a 6 week course for foster parents. This course meets annual renewal hours and all foster parents are encouraged to attend. The sessions will cover the stregthening the family, growth and development, social emotional support, special education and health and safety. Meet your annual or bi annual commitment to your local fostering agency and state department. As a leader in online courses since 2003 we know you will leave with information you can use in a high paced and knowledgeable environment. Courses start every 6 weeks.

  • "Mess With MS" with guest TBA

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      My name is Lisa Dryer and I have been on the Brain Injury Radio Network  a guest and on panel shows as of 2017 for 2 and 1/2 years as a host on "Mess With MS."   When I was a child, I endured learning difficulties and had a seizure disorder. This was caused by a cardiac arrest and lack of oxygen to my brain a premmie. Until I finally realized as an adult, that what I thought was a "learning disability," was actually a brain injury!    I had been struggling with health difficulties for a while.Then a CT scan,showed an abnormal brain reading , I  laughed, saying,“I know I'm abnormal already! Tell me something I don’t know!”     Then, they told me I had MS! MS is one of  the most debilitating neurological diseases. When I discovered that I was diagnosed with it, it changed my life. I only knew to continue approaching life the way I always had: as a survivor! That does not imply that I did not make mistakes along the way - as people do when the road they thought they were taking in their life turns into a new one. Through friendship, family, spirituality, and the many MS role models I had, I began to beat back the monster of this disease.  Their in, I opened up my life to a journey of adventure: Learning things any normal person can do to enhance their lives after MS&brain injury. I hope you will come along with my guests and I on this adventure and find the positive in what seems to be all negative at first!     I choose guests that also live their lives with positivity and will teach YOU great tips and tricks to live a positive beautiful, full life despite your MS or BI or any issue you face today! ?

  • Early Care and Learning Theory In Practice Strategies CDA Credential To Ghana

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    TIPS for Child Care Institute, Inc will be in Ghana to provide continuing education and credential readiness support to the primary teachers and home economic students in 2018. This session will discuss how you can support this mission and how teachers can start to raise money to attend. TIPS will be cultivating excellence on a global level with a week of curcit based learning of approaches and theory strategies for all children and teachers using organic approaches to bridge academic gaps of early care students across the globe.