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World Rotaract Week countdown

It’s funny but engaging and energetic to call your tribe to get online and register in this modern world full of technology.

Rotaractors, you are among over 200,000 leaders who are changing the world. 108 more words

Global Education

Model United Nations conferences

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We will try to talk about the world of modeling and simulating united nations committees and the benefits and challenges are they bringing to the… 76 more words

Youth Strategy

That Moment When You Realize You Are a Part of Something Bigger Than Yourself

Yesterday was a special day here in “SENAville.” The CEO and President of the organization came to do a press conference and talk to us. 200 more words

Global Education

International collaborations: when Chinese brushpainting and teaching on Baroque workshops collide

There is something wonderfully serendipitous sometimes about how teaching plays out. Take, for example, a first year module on Caravaggio and his contemporaries in seventeenth-century Rome, and a raft of activities leading up to… 650 more words

Student Experience

Managing Strategies for Engagement

This post is an excerpt from the book Authentic Conversations by James Showkeir and Maren Shokeir. This book is included inĀ BKpedia, a new digital subscription service from Berrett-Koehler Publishers. 400 more words


Language Immersion in the Capital

The DC Language Immersion Project (DC Immersion) is a not-for-profit dedicated to improved achievement through systemic implementation of Dual Language Immersion programs throughout Washington DC. Executive director Vanessa Bertelli and Jimell Sanders, outreach co-leader, joined the Education Town Hall to discuss their organization and the importance of languages to brain development and opportunity. 114 more words

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Reading You Like A Book

Lesson #21 in The Disciplined Leader (2015) by John M. Manning is about how as leaders it is important for us to understand what kind of nonverbal communication cues we are sending. 585 more words