– [Facilitator] Alright, good afternoon everybody. Thank you for joining us for this CTD webinar. Our webinar today is Transition Tech Tools to Empower your Students. We appreciate you joining us and I’m gonna pass it off to Sean now. – [Sean] Well good afternoon, everybody. Thanks so much for that introduction. As mentioned, my
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[MUSIC PLAYING] LILY PENG: Hi everybody. My name is Lily Peng. I’m a physician by training and I work on the Google medical– well, Google AI health-care team. I am a product manager. And today we’re going to talk to you about a couple of projects that we have been working on in our group.
A few months ago I brought Learning Catalytics into my classroom and while it is a personal response system. It’s considerably more than that it really is more like a classroom intelligence system. For Learning Catalytics I use my cell phone and I also use my Nook. I personally use a computer for Learning Catalytics.
Translator: Tiki Li Reviewer: Queenie Lee How many of you can speak two languages? Most of you can. We are in Europe after all. Now, let me ask you this: How many of you would say that you are completely fluent in two languages so that you could take a job or dream in either
The Middle East is one of the most complex regions in the world: Currently there are 4 failing states and 3 wars, with major powers increasingly taking opposite sides. Countless armed militias and terrorist groups are spreading violence across borders. The region has seen conflict after conflict going back well into the 20th century. But
[music playing]>>DEAN THOMAS STEGMAN, S.J.: Thank you, Jane, and welcome to everyone. This past December, Boston College scholars released a document entitled “To Serve the People of God: Renewing the Conversation on Priesthood and Ministry”, which was published in Origins. The study was the fruit of a two-year study on the renewal of the priesthood
This episode was pre-recorded as part of a live continuing education webinar. On demand CEUs are still available for this presentation through ALLCEUs. Register at ALLCEUs.com/CounselorToolbox. Hi everyone welcome to happiness isn’t brain surgery: understanding the multiple dimensions of motivation. Over the next little bit we’re going to define motivation and review the concepts about
(gentle music) – My name is Maya Weisinger, and I work at the Walker Art Center as the Community and Public Partnerships Coordinator. And my role is a community engagement role, really focusing on how to build our audiences through impact and through bringing more accessible arts programming. My background is not in youth work,
– [Janine] It is now my pleasure to turn the webcast over to Dr. Peter Hirst, Associate Dean, MIT Sloan Executive Education. Dr. Hirst, the floor is yours. – [Peter] Thank you very much, Janine. Hello everybody, welcome to the latest in the Innovation and Work Webinar Series from MIT Sloan School of Management’s Office