College Advice from Harvard & UC Berkeley Grads! 🎓

Question & Answer Yay! I’m sorry. (speaking Korean) Hey, don’t cry. No, I’m always… I’m crying internally, always. – Okay. – (Korean) Okay. Hi, everyone! Welcome back to my channel. Today, I have a special guest. Claudine. This is your first time on my main channel. – Yeah. – But she’s been… in “Joanday” so…

Berkeley College | Caucus NJ: Getting The Best Return on Your College Investment

hi I’m Barry Ostrowski at Barnabas health we believe citizens need to be informed about the important healthcare issues affecting their lives that’s why we’re proud to support healthcare programming produced by the caucus educational Corporation and their partners on public television getting the best return on your college investment next on caucus New Jersey…

Elementary School Rules in Japan (Subtitles Available)

Hello World. Where I’m from in Japan, this is what school rules are like. – Good morning! – Good morning! – Good morning! – Good morning! In the morning everyone needs to greet the teacher. In the morning, you need to greet the teacher. Special helper please. From now the morning meeting starts. Stand up….

Teaching scholars learn from the masters

Today we are at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester. We have 35 IOP Teacher Training Scholars as well as mentees. The masterclass is designed to help our trainees, to equip them on teaching two subjects today: energy and electricity and magnetism. The attendees will find many things very useful, they will appreciate…

Instructor Success – Atlantic Cape Community College

I’m Professor Barbara Heard and I teach Biology at Atlantic Cape Community College. I am Cheryl Knowles-Harrigan. I’m a professor of Art here at Atlantic Cape Community College. I also teach Interpersonal Communication online and also Visual Communication and Art Appreciation online and I teach both Art majors and many many non majors. Hello, my…

Tackling Consent Decree – Atlantic Cape Community College

It was very daunting but it was something that, in looking at it, it was kind of a blueprint into making the college, the ideal to making the college completely accessible. I realized that 100 percent accessibility is really difficult and probably not attainable. We had a blueprint in front of us that sort of…