Tag: Teaching

Why Socratic Dialogue should become our business card | Sira Abenoza | TEDxESADE

Why Socratic Dialogue should become our business card | Sira Abenoza | TEDxESADE

Translator: Robert Tucker Reviewer: Denise RQ Don’t worry, I did not go blank, it was planned, because today I want to talk to you about dialogue. Although it’s a bit ironic to be talking about dialogue while doing…

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International Data Panel: Sources, Research Opportunities, and Challenges

International Data Panel: Sources, Research Opportunities, and Challenges

[Back ground conversation before presentation starts] [Linda] Good morning. Alright, I’ll try again. Good morning! Alright! So this is going to seem late because tomorrow starts at 8:30 so hopefully you got some sleep this morning. Thank you…

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ICPSR Data Fair 2018: Join us!

ICPSR Data Fair 2018: Join us!

[music playing] The ICPSR Data Fair for 2018 is all about Data: Powered by You. We’ll be telling you about the new data resources that ICPSR has available for you and your researchers, your students, your community. We’ll…

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ICPSR 101: Why Should I Cite Data?

ICPSR 101: Why Should I Cite Data?

[Music] Did you ever wonder … Why should I cite data? THE SHORT ANSWER Citing data helps others:>Find the data>Replicate your results>Give credit to those who created the data THE LONG ANSWER THINK ABOUT A RESEARCH PAPER ……

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Music Lesson Business : Advertising for Music Lessons

Music Lesson Business : Advertising for Music Lessons

In this clip on how to be your own music teacher and create your own music teaching business, I’m going to talk about how to advertise when you’ve made the decision to really break out on your own…

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Coastal Now – Teaching Fellows in New York

Coastal Now – Teaching Fellows in New York

During each year of the program, Teaching Fellows at Coastal Carolina University focus on something different. The Junior Experience is a way for students to learn more about cultural experiences. This session was part of that experience. It’s…

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Learn from teachers like Debra Grace with our Bachelor of Business

Learn from teachers like Debra Grace with our Bachelor of Business

All you have to do is look outside – this is a wonderful place to be, it’s a wonderful place to study. I think it helps students to study because they come here, they’re happy, they’re making wonderful…

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How I learned to read — and trade stocks — in prison | Curtis “Wall Street” Carroll

How I learned to read — and trade stocks — in prison | Curtis “Wall Street” Carroll

I was 14 years old inside of a bowling alley, burglarizing an arcade game, and upon exiting the building a security guard grabbed my arm, so I ran. I ran down the street, and I jumped on top…

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English Language Fellows Program

English Language Fellows Program

My name is Caralyn Bushey and I was an English Language Fellow in 2006, and I served in Moscow. This opportunity just was perfect because I was able to not only teach in a classroom at university level,…

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State of the Consortium: An Update on ICPSR

State of the Consortium: An Update on ICPSR

[Maggie] Thank You Linda and thank you all for joining us today for ICPSR State of the Consortium. Thank you for participating in the Data Fair. This is a really exciting time for us, it’s a really “all…

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