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It's not academic, it's about getting real life skills experiences.
Camp It's My House offers (5) essential Life Skills Xperience:
Growing Your Own Food
These camps help you learn by giving you real world and in real time experiences. The education that you aquire in these sessions is not offered in your standard public school, charter school, private school, or even Ivy League university environments..
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Learn tomorrows communication skills that put you ahead of everyone by being able to focus easily on what another is saying instead of looking for dangerous stimulation elsewhere during a conversation. Not only will you hear another more distinctly, they will appreciate your skills highly as they are understood while using these futuristic skills. You can learn them now.
Find easier ways to communicate yourself by listening eaasier what others are saying first. The patience you have will make you a better communicator.
http://Successful Student A resource for students to excel.
The following is an excerpt from: Successful Student
An education should involve learning life skills that a person will carry with them after college in order to navigate relationships and careers and be a well-rounded, successful person. This article has compiled 20 life skills not taught in school, which are valuable in life in general. Though high school and college is excellent in teaching many valuable skills, our current academic curriculum doesn’t teach many aspects necessary to succeeding and thriving in life in general, such as financial responsibilities and investments, how to think logically–retaining information and not merely temporarily memorizing information, and how to apply such abilities to real-world scenarios which are bound to occur.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown as they discuss this and other interesting topics in this edition of Zaiyah's House.
??ACADEMIC ACCELERATION FOR GIFTED STUDENTS: A NATION EMPOWERED
PEARSON RESEARCH presents U of Iowa professor Dr. Susan Assouline and Dr Katie McClarty, Director of the Center for College and Career Success at the Pearson Research and Innovation Network
This week's topic: STUDY SKILLS
This is a very stressful time of the year for so many. Join us in the discussion! Call in 646-200-0848 and join TimetoPlay.com professionals Stacy Gertz and Shyann Jagger in a proactive discussion with tips anyone who's studying can use! Do you have tips to share? Call in!
Shyann is an 18 year old woman who grew up on Long Island. She is a prime example of a person who experienced difficulties in her youth and is not only empowered to enjoy life, but interested in spreading awareness on mental health & empowerment to others. Stacy is a certified teacher and a CASAC-t and has an amazing outlook on life, self empowerment and self esteem.
Each week during our podcast we will discuss good news stories, stories of hope, stories of success and stories of empowerment. We encourage EVERYONE to call in and participate.
We'll talk about proactive things each of us can easily do to make every day better, and to motivate and empower ourselves and each other.The whole idea in this podcast is people helping people and collaboration equals success. We're all in this together.
The Time to Play Foundation was founded by Doreen Guma who has worked in healthcare since 1987. After 28 years seeing the "sick and sad", she decided there has to be a better way and founded the Time to Play Foundation. Empower Half Hour is made possible by the Time to Play Foundation, Inc., a not for profit 501c3 corporation with the mission and purpose to enrich the lives of others through programs, public awareness outreach activities, events and learning opportunities that further the concept of enjoying life. See more at www.TheEnjoyLifeProject.org
This program will be featuring my white paper titled Academic and Scholar Search Engines and Sources. We will be highlighting the latest and greatest resources covering academic and scholar search engines with my white paper now approaching 1.5 million downloads!!! We will also discussing my latest freely available Awareness Watch Newsletter V13N1 January 2015 featuring Deep Web Research and Discovery Resources 2015 and my freely available January 2015 Zillman Column highlighting Peer To Peer (P2P), File Sharing, Grid and Matrix Search Engines. You may call in to ask your questions at (718)508-9839. The show is live and thirty minutes in length starting at 2:00pm EST on Saturday, January 24, 2015 and then archived for easy review and access. Listen, Call and Enjoy!!
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Learn a new communication skill for listening better than you have ever done in 15 short minutes. Show is hosted by Rick Goodfriend, instructor for Nonviolent Communication, a way to bring more trust and clarity to your communication. .Know that when you listen powerfully to others they will listen more to what you have to say.
Go to http://Rick Goodfriend.com to download an important Needs / Values Sheet to help you connect more to your values while listening and to thiers. Find out a great tip for listening more and it's surprising benefits.
CERTIFYING SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:THE FUTURE OF CREDENTIALS
KnowledgeWorks' Jason Swanson on the role of credentialing and the future workforce and it's affect on K-12 beyond the diploma to show expertise.
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Clinical Psychologist Dr. E. Douglas Brown will be our guest speaker on this rebroadcast show. He says, "The art of speaking and listening demands more than a tongue, lips and ears. Before a toddler can utter a word, a toddler can recognize the sound of a word and associates it with pleasant or unpleasant experiences. Parents should teach their children that communicating and listening is easy, fun, and exciting." Many children don’t communicate what they are truly feeling unless they feel comfortable in doing so. If the environment is not supporting their spirit, if folks are berating them, abusing them, ignoring them, or just not being loving enough, they are not going to feel like opening up. That makes them more vulnerable to more negative energies.
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Have a cup of tea, or your favorite beverage, (we call it "MEE Time") with Music 4 Life® Radio show hosts Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost as they focus on humor at work with special guest Sydney Knott, founder of Horses4Heroes, a Las Vegas non-profit that uses horses to say thank you to the men and women in our community whose Call of Duty is to protect and serve. The organization is hosting a Spring Health & Wellness Summit on March 21.
This week's topic of building hope skills will introduce you to skills which will assist you in creating a healthy, profitable, productive, fun, respectful, and effective workplace. Is your workplace dull, uninspired and unproductive? Is everything O.K. but you feel like something is missing? Wondering how can you bring life, joy and purpose into your work? This is the topic for you.
For today's topic handout for the Radio Show, visit Amy's blog at AmyFrost.com.
Our guest's music choices include Country Rock, Classic Rock, Chicago, Doobie Brothers, Grand Funk, Lynrd Skynrd, and Brooks & Dunn. Go on a journey with us as we discover how Sydney uses music to stay positively engaged in the game of life. Learn about your music listening habits to discover if you're building emotional mastery that manages more easily life's ups and downs - take the 2-hour course, downloadable Music Medicine Boot Camp.
Contact special guest Sydney Knott at www.horses4heroes.org.
Robert Seal has demonstrated his commitment to developing the academic library in a number of ways. Known as a staunch advocate for international library cooperation, his ability to share information in a bilingual environment has made Seal a strong advocate for breaking down barriers and extending partnerships between libraries in the U.S. and Latin America. In addition, Seal is recognized both as a strong, visionary leader and as a caring mentor to new and experienced academic librarians. Having led libraries at a number of institutions, he is widely known for his commitment to hiring and developing innovative staff along with recognizing their contributions to the library and campus communities. Seal’s focus on developing human, along with physical, resources has earned him a reputation for re-envisioning the academic library. One of Seal’s major accomplishments is the planning and construction of the LEAF award-winning Loyola University Klarchek information Common. Under Seal’s leadership and commitment to community engagement, the Klarchek Information Commons has placed the library at the heart of Loyola’s campus life and serves as an inspiration for similar projects at other institutions in Chicago and beyond.
American Library Association. News. Robert A. Seal Named 2015 ACRL Academic/ Research Librarian of the Year. Robert A. Seal Named 2015 ACRL Academic/ Research Librarian of the Year. ALA, 13 Feb. 2015. Web. 06 Mar. 2015. <http://www.ala.org/news/press-releases/2015/02/robert-seal-named-2015-acrl-academic-research-librarian-year>.
Veronica M. Brooks, Motivational Speaker, Wealth Coach & Author has a new book "WEALTHY LIFE SKILLS". If you want to change your life for the better, this book is what you’ll need together with pure determination and perseverance. The Wealthy Life Skills book contains proven tips and strategies to achieve the life that you have always dreamed of.
No matter what you want to achieve, YOU CAN REACH IT. No matter how chaotic your situation is right now, YOU CAN BE FREE OF IT.
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