Did you enjoy last weekend?
I traveled to St.Louis during the Memorial Day weekend, there is a huge arch. It's big enough to give me amazement.
Last week, I made some illustrations to help people understand easier.
I will also continue to illustrate or made animation in reference to Daniel's articles.
Added by Sam Lee on May 31, 2011 at 1:49pm — No Comments
I made animation to facilitate the understanding.
Added by Minsub Lee on May 31, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments
I made some newsletters based on T/MC and Cabrini Connection web site.
I will work on those things on this week, too.
And I just made a newsletter of this week.
I think from now on, I have to do some graphic works with Sam.
These I-Open process maps provided by Betsey Merkel are very good. I'd like to hear from any members of this forum who are finding ways to integrate them in their efforts to build and sustain high quality tutor/mentor programs in one, or more locations.
Here is the process of ...culture building,…Continue
Added by Daniel Bassill on May 26, 2011 at 10:14am — No Comments
My second task is to illustrate 'iceberg' picture at this page.
I will add some lacking information by…Continue
This file is to add animations.
Is it OK?
Added by Sam Lee on May 24, 2011 at 11:27am — No Comments
I was completed my task which transforms this page to PPT file.
How about that?
Could you tell me what I need to do more or revise?
Added by Sam Lee on May 24, 2011 at 10:07am — No Comments
I remade 'four_part_strategy' picture.
This page is original.
How about this?
Added by Sam Lee on May 23, 2011 at 2:30pm — No Comments
I'm Sam Lee and have worked at Tutor/Mentor Connection for 6 weeks.
I made the file intro.pdf which introduce myself briefly, so update right now.
I'm so glad that I work with you :)
Hi, my name is Minsub Lee. I am working at Cabrini Connection as a intern until the end of July. Through the intern, I want to learn about lots of things such as social skills, English and working experience. Thanks.
The other night I came across a link to this article from the Opinion Page of the New York Times. In the article, Dave Eggers compares the way policies address the educational system and the way in which we address the military, with the teachers being equated to the soldiers on the front line. He writes that if a military operation is not going as efficiently as hoped, that the soldiers are never blamed,…Continue