We are North Carolina Community Colleges

If your grandmother was with us today she would be just so proud of you. And I believe in you. Something wonderful is going to happen. Hey! Brett! How’s it going man? Good. It’s good to see you. Have a seat. It’s been a while. It’s been a long while. So what have you been […]

Inclusive culture in schools transforms communities | Heidi Heissenbuttel | TEDxMileHigh

Translator: Kirstie Neo Reviewer: Ilze Garda Imagine. Imagine that schools recruit children who have the most different thoughts and behaviors. Imagine that children who learn differently are considered children with special rights. Imagine that educators have all the tools and strategies they need to meet all the needs of the learners in their classroom. Imagine […]

1,226 Leprosy Colonies Visited and Cared for in 2018

In 2018, GFA supported workers were able to minister to over 1,200 leprosy colonies in Asia. I was really impacted by a story that I’ve heard about one of our GFA workers in the leprosy colony. Her name is Sakshi, she actually was diagnosed with leprosy when she was just a teenager. When people are […]

What was Bismarck’s Opinion about German Colonies? | NYK

Otto von Bismarck’s opinion regarding German colonies changed more than once during his time as chancellor. Prior to the unification of Germany, Prussia was several times in the position to gain control of land outside Europe. One reason as to why that never happened was Bismarck’s dislike for colonial conquest. In a letter, he explained […]

Place-Based Learning: Connecting Kids to Their Community

>>Michael: Is there more than one way to figure out how big an acre is?>>Students: Yes.>>Michael: Could it be two feet wide?>>Student: Uh-huh.>>Michael: Right, it’s going to be really long, right.>>Brent: What works for student learning is engaging kids with their environment. It could be about the local culture. It could be about the local […]

Learning Partners: Co-Teaching With Community Experts

>>Brittany German: You would be surprised at the amazing things that fifth graders can learn that you would never think was possible. They will meet expectations beyond your wildest dreams.>>Dr. Dave Miller: So what do you think? Questions? Lots of them, right?>>Student: Yeah.>>Dr. Dave Miller: So the dimensions from one point to the next has […]

Enabling Community Contributions ft. Tom Scott

Community contributions Hey what’s up my name is Ali, I’m a Creative Strategist here at YouTube. We wanted to make an episode about community contributions so I spoke to Tom Scott who has been using this tool for quite a while. Community contributions is a tool that allows your audience to transcribe or translate your […]

Teach students difficult histories for more engaged citizens | Susannah Remillard | TEDxProvincetown

Translator: Ian Edwards Reviewer: Tanya Cushman It’s November. Your third grade teacher has assigned an art project in preparation for the holidays. Hold up your non-dominant hand. Go ahead! Do it! I’m a teacher. I can wait. (Laughter) Plunk it down on your construction paper and trace its outline with your chunky pencil. How many […]

History’s Most Doomed Expeditions [Full Episode]

– [Announcer] Hey kids, remember, everything you’re about to learn is real! ♪ Look at all the wonders that a single class can find ♪ ♪ When they decide to shut their mouths ♪ ♪ And open up their minds ♪ ♪ Sex and (beep) and crime and pain ♪ ♪ All this crap will […]