The last outreach program mentioned is the Science Workshop at Edison Middle School. Lastly, the museum offers outreach programs to parents and families. Para Los Niños is a program offered to Spanish-speaking parent’s resources and tool that will improve their involvement with their children. Parent Star is a program that brings learning workshops to local school campuses for the parents and children. The museum also provides a Family Adventures Night.
The clubs provide many opportunities including meeting new students, learn from others, and exploring things. I become a better communicator through presentations, speeches, and conversations in these experiences. The clubs help me to learn how to manage my time and to be connected to students and even the world. In addition, during my senior year, the International Club elected me as their President. As President, I became more adept at thinking, helping, and working which helped grow my leadership skills.
Is the child’s mother an active participant in the classroom? • Zion’s mother is involved in his learning process. She attends events regularly and supports us teachers and the administrators in efforts to help him grow. PARENT INTERVIEW 1. Is premature birth common in your family?
By applying this study to the use of Google, teachers, parents, and other adults can improve their child’s ability to truly learn by using a wide array of sources on the internet. Parents and teachers who apply these studies teach a child from a young age to appreciate and properly utilize the resources available to them. This combats Carr’s concerns of a loss of critical thinking skills because it supplements one’s critical thinking skills rather than completely overtake them. One can learn to apply everyday experiences to the information they learn on Google. Critical thinking skills are used in finding the application, lesson, and use of information
The values I was taught during my up-bring, helped shape my personality, these values; devotion in relationships and giving back, are what I will be able to bring to the Delta Sigma Pi community as a member. One of the first things I recall my parents teaching me was the importance of relationships. I was taught and now I believe, that it is highly important to be devoted in all relationships I have. My believe to consider relationships more than a transactional process, and my ability to develop personal connections will enable me to contribute to the brotherhood of Delta Sigma Pi. Another value that I hold on to is giving back.
The group I observed today is Independent Living Service (IL). IL is a growth and educational group that seeks to train individuals to maximize their growth and development. The meeting was held in Together Lives Change (TLC) and the purpose of the group is to equip adolescents with valuable tools to build healthy relationships, set goals, and become fully prepared for adult living. The group’s goals for today is to budget and plan a food menu, prepare a healthy meal and snack, practice soft skills, learn conflict resolution and develop core communication skills. Today I focused on observing the teens and how they interacted with one another in a group setting, and I was impressed with their willingness to step up and accomplish the group’s
Three key Community Resource for Partnerships for LJH are MCFD, Beacon Community Services and Panorama (CRD). Each is important to our school community for differing reasons. Beacon Community Services presently is an integral partner because of the many services they offer to the school’s families and children who are in need. The partnership is working because of a consistent and continuing commitment to keep up and create new opportunities for collaboration. This includes yearly strategic planning meetings with the Director or Children’s Programs and Counselling Services to use the present partnership programs in place and plan for new initiatives.
I am interested in pursuing my education in obtaining my Master’s in Social Work because I have a strong passion for helping people and I can give back to my community. I have a passion to help others and committed to helping people function the best they can in their surroundings, meaning that I can provide direct services to people in their homes or place of work, helping people through social service organizations, and working towards change to improve social conditions. Like any helping profession, i.e. Doctors, Teachers, etc. Social Work seeks to help people overcome some of life’s most difficult challenges.
As a professional it is my personal responsibility to help cultivate the community in which they grow because they are our future. My belief is that interventions can be put in place along with social programs giving them the best opportunity to flourish. Another population that holds a special place in my heart is the geriatric population. I believe that it my duty to help the population that has once cultivate our society to adjust to and cope with problems they may experience. In addition to working with children and geriatrics I have also worked with people who were diagnosed with Post traumatic stress disorder, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, traumatic brain injury and Alzheimer 's disease to name a few.
Art’s beneficial impact on communities is evident through effective health treatment, adaptive education, and economic gain. A communities purpose is to promote and support one another while creating this sense of belonging. Communities advocate for developments and connections among others. Art’s purpose is to encourage ideas and communications all while exploring the plethora of human emotions through creativity. By combining art and community, humans are capable of reaping immense benefits such as “Means to public dialogue, contribute to the development of a community’s creative learning, create healthy communities capable of action, provide a powerful tool for community mobilization and activism, and help build community capacity and leadership,” (Dimond-Gibson).