Added by Willow Yang Liuqing on July 16, 2010 at 4:27pm — No Comments
2010 Jimmy Biggs Memorial Golf Benefit was held successfully at the Highland Park Country Club yesterday (July 15). Around 100 golfers came to support for this Golf Benifit. We all enjoyed eating, drinking, and socializing. Willow's and my job was taking pictures and communicate with people to help them better understand T/MC. I'm really happy to see people enjoyed their time and willing to give a hand to assist us in providing the…Continue
Added by Willow Yang Liuqing on July 14, 2010 at 1:34pm — No Comments
It's Cabrini's 12th annual Edgewood College Experience, fortunately I can take a part in it, a three day mini-camp. Youth from our program work with graduate students in Education from Edgewood College. We have fun activities, brain games, trip in the city, ect.
Compared with thoese cold-calling from local businesses, I see there are some people are really working hard to help youth to grow. I see patience and love.
And I made friend with Kristin, a graduate…Continue
Participation in sport is an internationally recognized human right and is important for people of all ages to lead healthy and fulfilling lives. For young people, sport, play and exercise are vital for optimal growth and
learning, stimulating physical, cognitive, emotional and social development.
But the benefits of sport extend far beyond the individual. Through sport, we
can lay the groundwork for positive, lasting…
This graphic is one of many that I've created to try to illustrate ideas. In this case, I represent the Tutor/Mentor Connection (T/MC) which is the host of this forum. We're a small, thinly funded non profit in Chicago, so we do a lot of what we do with the help of volunteers and interns. Throughout this Ning site you'll see examples of how interns have converted graphics like this into animations, or how they are doing…Continue
Added by Daniel Bassill on July 6, 2010 at 4:28pm — No Comments
This graphic is one of many that I've posted on Ning, and on the Tutor/Mentor Institute site, and in my blog. It was developed as the result of many years of leading a tutor/mentor program, and of spending solitary hours thinking of ways to make what I do more effective.
I found an article today titled "…Continue
Added by Daniel Bassill on July 1, 2010 at 12:12pm — No Comments