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How did you pick a cause? Research and a specific set of criteria

How did you pick a cause? Research and a specific set of criteria
A bit of background

My son started running evenings when at first year university in British Columbia. 437 more words


8-A-1: Web Applications

My work days consist of teaching, tutoring, meetings, grading, answering emails and phone calls.  My days can fill up very quickly.  On any given school day, I have students contacting me to see when a good time would be to meet with them in the virtual classroom for tutoring.  401 more words

The Continuous Impact of Words

Hi Everyone,

As some of you may know, it was such a blessing and joy to have been a volunteer ESL teacher for immigrants and refugees. 576 more words


Stressed and Distracted

Last week’s research post inspired me to look more into how private tutoring is affecting the educational systems around the globe.  According to Forbes Magazine, it is a booming business.   227 more words


It's important to get the gears moving ....

Recently, a colleague approached me about social media tutoring.  He had gained feedback from his professional and athletic sponsor that he needs to be online with a following.   425 more words

Volunteer Opportunity: The Seattle Public Library Seeks Homework Help Volunteers (Applications Due: 07/25/14)

The Seattle Public Library is seeking volunteers to assist K-12 students with homework assignments and developing literacy and mathematics skills throughout the upcoming school year. 295 more words