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Windows and Mirrors

Sydney J. Harris once said, “The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows.”

Think about each and every opportunity you have provided for your students to “shine”. 43 more words

Teaching

Raising mental health awareness

More than 150 students, faculty and staff participated in Honolulu Community College’s first ever College Mental Health Conference coordinated by the campus Wellness Center and Mental Health America of Hawaiʻi on April 5. 285 more words

Honolulu Community College

New Experiences in Grad School: Study Abroad

Graduate study is all about experiencing new things, be they in the classroom or outside of it. As a graduate student at SUNY Plattsburgh, you are welcome to study abroad — provided you have time in your schedule to do it! 320 more words

Blog

The 39th Annual Kyogen Performance

Machi Nakamura (middle school Japanese) and students reflect on the March 15 Kyogen performance. The annual kyogen performance at ASIJ celebrated its 39th show this year. 718 more words

High School

Creative Expression and Knowledge

Albert Einstein once said, “It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.”

Think about the opportunities you provide for students to demonstrate their creative expression and/or knowledge. 32 more words

Teaching

The Truth About Studying Abroad

By Magdalena Knapp, Contributing Writer

Each year, 3.7 million students study abroad throughout the world. I am one of these 3.7 million students, and my journey began eight months ago at the airport of Milan, Italy. 1,053 more words

Articles

Student Perspective: The Heart of Curated Collections

Being approached with the opportunity to process a collection was exciting. It was a task completely shiny and new, far from the procedural digitization and organization from before. 906 more words

Columbia College