Imagining the World of the Global Child: Visual Literacy and Creating Better Society

  How can those who work with children better select images that paint a more realistic vision of the world and other people? It is said that an image speaks 1000 words. The pictures and visual elements that children are exposed to in an educational setting matter as they paint the images and understandings of …

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Women’s History Month: The Queen of Sheba

  Did You Know?  March is Women’s History Month.  A month commemorating and encouraging the study, observance, and celebration of the vital role of women in the world.  It was started as Women’s History Week in Northern California. In Santa Rosa, California,  the schools in the area designated a “Women’s History Week” celebration in 1978. …

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Sharing Your Expertise: Why It Matters and Where It Can Be Done

In the digital age, so much information is shared that we, as global citizens, fail to sit back and reflect. Who has time, right? But consider this: taking the time to reflect on our work, on our personal expertise, experience, and talents, is an incredible way to grow in your professional career. Why Thought Leadership …

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