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Creating Hexagonal Polymers—10th grader's science internship at SIT

I was extremely excited to find out that I was accepted along with other students from international schools in Tokyo and from abroad for a science internship at the Shibaura Institute of Technology (SIT). 790 more words

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A New Perspective for Social Change

A blog post from SOLES Ambassador and MA in Nonprofit Leadership and Management, Lauro Cons:

It’s hard for me to believe that 2014 is almost over. 352 more words

Student Perspective

Conquering the Fear of Public Speaking in UGBA 191C

Many of you have probably heard the statement that public speaking is the most common fear among adults, even greater then the fear of death. The National Institute of Mental Health shows that 74% of Americans suffer from speech anxiety. 609 more words

10 Things Your Students Need From You


One of Teachthought’s latest post serves as a good reminder of student perspective on their needs for success.

“As educators, we have a huge responsibility towards each child entrusted to us. 78 more words

Teaching Strategies

Nana Yoshimura reflects on her internship at SIT

High school sophomore Nana Yoshimura tells us about her summer internship at Shibaura Institute of Technology.

Instead of spending my summer at the beach this year, I decided to challenge myself by pursuing my interests in the sciences and stepping out of my comfort zone. 570 more words

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Reflections of the Fine Arts Student Leaders- 1st Rotation

Hello, my name is Hayne Bae’15, and I am the first rotation Fine Arts Chair at Culver Academies. As I updated and re-organized the Fine Arts blog, I realized that none of us have really formally introduced ourselves on the blog! 977 more words