This is a meeting place for anyone who wants to help inner city youth connect with extra adult tutors and mentors. Members need approval.
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In 1991, four researchers from the Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago presented to the city, faced with rising poverty and violence, particularly among young people, an alternative vision of reforming the social services system, with a focus on social services to support youth and families. With funding from an intermediary, the Chicago Community Trust, worth $30 million - $65 million in current values - this proposal was initially tested in 7 low-income…Continue
Posted by Daniel Galvão Rosa Delmanto on October 4, 2021 at 10:24am
Em 1991, quatro pesquisadores de um centro para crianças chamado Chapin Hall Center for Children, na Universidade de Chicago, apresentaram à cidade confrontada pelo aumento da pobreza e da violência, principalmente entre jovens, uma visão alternativa de reforma do sistema de serviços sociais, tendo como foco os serviços sociais de apoio às juventudes e às famílias. Com o financiamento de uma intermediária, a Chicago Community Trust, no valor de $ 30 milhões – $ 65 milhões em valores atuais…Continue
In the early 1990s I became aware of something called Group Systems, which was a meeting facilitation aid, where everyone used computers to brainstorm ideas, then to organize and vote on them. In this Feb 2020 blog article I include a quote from a 2000 article about group systems.
Much has changed since the 1990s. Today I participated in a webinar…Continue
Posted by Daniel Bassill on July 8, 2021 at 2:45pm
I post messages daily intended to draw visitors to my blogs and use hashtags like #tutor #mentor #learning to narrow the focus.
This week I learned about Wakelet which is a platform to archive and share collections of Tweets, based on specific #hashtags.
This graphic shows five collections on my page that I created in just a few minutes.
Posted by Daniel Bassill on February 7, 2018 at 5:41pm
However, I still use it to archive work done in the past and to maintain connections for those who did join.
I created this graphic recently to show how an idea…
Posted by Daniel Bassill on September 22, 2017 at 1:36pm