[MUSIC PLAYING] Currently, I work for [INAUDIBLE] County special ed co-operative. It’s a cooperative that supports six school systems in Elkhart County. I am an autism consultant. I help [INAUDIBLE] teacher’s, special ed teachers, principals, parents help children with autism have access to the least restrictive environment, which is the general education classroom. And I
Most of the time, figuring out whether your subjects and verbs agree is easy. You just need to ask, “is there just one person or thing in the subject, or are there more?” Simple, no? Not always. Sometimes, the answer to “how many” isn’t clear, and your chance of writing a subject and verb that
Ezmeralda: Uh well my family is orginally from Mexico and we arrived here in 1994 I was about 8 years old and I had some siblings 2 brothers, they were both younger so, in my family, I’m the first one to go to college It was hard just because nobody in my family really spoke
[MUSIC PLAYING] The first day of graduate school I was excited. I was nervous, certainly. After being in school several years already, the task of going for another degree was a bit daunting. But I was more excited than anything because public affairs is really– it’s a passion. It’s a topic that comes naturally to
[MUSIC PLAYING] [PEOPLE TALKING] ID. Nice try, buddy. Go. [SIREN] Excuse me, sir. Can I have a look at that ID? He tried to use his fake ID to get into a bar. Now he’ll have to show his real ID to police. Some undergrad students just make ill-advised decisions. Hello, when are you going
# Oh, say can you see…? # Get him on the ground. HE GROANS Get him on the ground. Sir! It is the number one public health challenge of our time. Sir! Pulse. MAN CONTINUES TO GROAN It’s not a poor people thing any more, it’s not a inner-city ghetto drug any more, it’s everywhere.
My book, “Impact Learning: Librarians at the Forefront of Change in Higher Education,” lays out this pedagogic model, “informed learning,” which really is, focuses on, or highlights, the ways in which we we use information as we learn, and as a pedagogic model, so what teachers and what librarians can work with teachers to do