Tag: culture

Geography Now! MADAGASCAR

Geography Now! MADAGASCAR

By Micah Moen 100 Comments December 11, 2019

Hey Everybody, so you know today… (Punch) That’s for the terrible puns from last episode (Luxembourg)! Take THAT! It’s for BOB SAGET!! BOB SAGET!!!! BOB SAGET!!!!!! (Hard punch) ANYWAY!! It’s time to learn Geography NOW! Everyone, I’m your host Barby. Most people only know one thing about Madagascar: Lemurs! But if you dig deep, you […]

Ocean Two Resort & Residences Barbados

Ocean Two Resort & Residences Barbados

By Micah Moen 1 Comment December 5, 2019

A visit to the south of the island has brought us to Ocean Two a contemporary resort with fantastic views of the ocean and Oistins Bay with St. Lawrence Gap just a 5 minute walk away this is a lively setting if you’re here as a couple or with the family choose a 1 or […]

Teaching Tips from AE – Teaching Cross-Cultural Communication

Teaching Tips from AE – Teaching Cross-Cultural Communication

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 5, 2019

American English Teach and learn American English In this Teaching Tip topic, Melissa will examine what identity is, the connection between identity and culture, and some activities for teaching identity and culture in the English language classroom. Welcome, Melissa! Welcome to “Teaching Cross-Cultural Communication: Culture and Identity.” I’m Melissa and I’m happy to be here […]

Building a Collaborative Classroom Culture

Building a Collaborative Classroom Culture

By Micah Moen 1 Comment December 4, 2019

Hi, my name’s Lupe. In my classroom, I teach students how to help each other because it improves their critical thinking, empathy, and communication skills. More importantly, it builds trust in our class as students work together to become independent learners. We talk about how to give appropriate help: giving tips and hints instead of […]

Building Classroom Culture Using Classkick

Building Classroom Culture Using Classkick

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 4, 2019

Hi, my name is Emily and I am a teacher in Chicago. Today I am going to share with you a lesson that you can do on Classkick when building classroom culture using social emotional skills. Let’s explore how this can work. Students brainstorm different describing words about how a classroom should feel. As a […]

The People’s Forest – Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019

The People’s Forest – Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 2, 2019

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Global Seminar: Conservation Biology & Practice in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest

Global Seminar: Conservation Biology & Practice in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest

By Micah Moen 1 Comment November 17, 2019

Well I guess there really isn’t a typical day. Some days start of with guest lectures talking about certain conservation projects in Brazil. Other days we’ll be out in the field, we’ll actually be visiting a site where they’re doing conservation work. For example a reforestation project would be one of those. We spend the […]

Amazing Urban Permaculture Food Forest Garden with Edible Exploding Impatiens

Amazing Urban Permaculture Food Forest Garden with Edible Exploding Impatiens

By Micah Moen 100 Comments November 12, 2019

This is John Kohler from GrowingYourGreens.com. Today I have a very special treat for you. We’re outside Portland, Oregon, at a viewer’s and also a friend’s house, and they have—guess I’m gonna get hit by a car if I don’t get out of the street real soon. This is about a three acre plot and […]

Viking Oceans: Majestic Fjords & Vibrant Cities Itinerary

Viking Oceans: Majestic Fjords & Vibrant Cities Itinerary

By Micah Moen 0 Comment November 10, 2019

– [Narrator] Explore some of the world’s most stunning scenery in the historic centers of Northern Europe on this enriching 12 day voyage to nine ports in four countries. From Norway to Sweden, Germany, and Denmark, immerse yourself in their lively heritage and astonishing beauty with local insight from resident guides. Your journey begins in […]

Storytime: Bishes in the Forest

Storytime: Bishes in the Forest

By Micah Moen 72 Comments November 9, 2019

– Once upon a time, sometime, last September, I spent two weeks with the Ford Foundation, learning about indigenous people, land rights, and climate change. Wow, that sounds so intellectual and important. So this right here, this little black girl, along with another black girl, Hallease, ended up on the Yurok Reservation in northern California, […]