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GIVING BACK THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Posted by on Jun 8, 2012 in Project Training | 0 comments

GIVING BACK THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

From Jackie Clarkson Is photography your passion? Photography can be a great way to do community service. Want some good examples? Check out http://help-portrait.com/blog/ Here is another great list:  –          Adoption photos to promote adoption (Celebrating Adoption) –          Pictures of children who are severely ill to share their story and inspire others (Inspiration through Art) –          One day of photo sessions donated to breast cancer research (Images for a...

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The Value of Heroes

Posted by on May 27, 2012 in Project Training | 0 comments

The Value of Heroes

If you ever ask a child who a hero is, we usually get an answer like Spiderman, Superman, and Batman. The truth is, both children and adults need a heroes to look up to, to aspire to be like, and to keep them honest and accountable. Even adults need heroes. The problem is, there’s not enough thought provoking and inspiring dialogue with Spiderman, Superman, and Batman. They’re just not real. So who are some living heroes that you can spend time with? Who will challenge you? Who will help you be better in all areas of your life? Who will...

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The Fear of Leadership

Posted by on May 27, 2012 in Project Training | 5 comments

The Fear of Leadership

The Fear of Leadership And How To Use PBLT To Overcome That Fear Chances are, when it comes to becoming a leader, the biggest obstacle in our way is quite simply, fear. We are not afraid of learning leadership or studying leadership, but when it comes down to you (or your students) becoming a leader and leading a group to success, it becomes one of the most difficult (and also the most rewarding) tasks imaginable. “Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate,  it’s that we’re powerful beyond measure”        ...

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White House Starts Conversation of Service Learning

Posted by on Mar 5, 2012 in Project Training | 1 comment

White House Starts Conversation of Service Learning

U.S. Department Of Education Calls For Action To Develop 21st Century Citizens, Strengthen Democracy News Report released at White House event stresses importance of preparing students for informed, engaged citizenship January 10, 2012 U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan along with several Obama Administration and education officials launched a national conversation today about the importance of educating students for informed, engaged citizenship with the release of the Department’s report, “Advancing Civic Learning...

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PROOF – Connection Between Service and Grades

Posted by on Mar 5, 2012 in Project Training | 0 comments

PROOF – Connection Between Service and Grades

The Relationship Between Volunteer Work and Academic Performance A dearth of literature on the relationship between volunteering and academic achievement exists; nevertheless, it is becoming more popular in academic settings as a way of improving academics, as well as society. Many schools now require their students to complete a mandatory number of hours of volunteer work per year or semester. Schools have implemented “service learning,” which incorporates community service and volunteer work into the curriculum, because it has been...

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PBLT

Posted by on Jan 30, 2012 in Project Training | 0 comments

PBLT

Project Based Leadership Training Project Based Leadership Training (PBLT) is what it sounds like; it is teaching martial arts students “leadership,” experientially, by having them conceive, plan, and execute projects. The rule, one of the few set requirements for the concept of PBLT, is that each project must help something or someone in a student’s community.   “Our goal,” say PBLT’s designer, martial arts teacher Tom Callos, “is to teach our young students how to take the self-discipline, focus, concentration, and...

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4 Questions To Spread Your Message To Anyone

Posted by on Jul 8, 2011 in Project Training | 0 comments

4 Questions To Spread Your Message To Anyone

This idea is based on David Kolb’s work. It has to do with experience based learning and LSI (Learning Style Inventory) Basically… get this right… and you’ll be able to LEAD MORE EFFECTIVELY by being able to share you message clearly and make an impact. First – HOW WE LEARN 1. You have a CONCRETE Experience 2. You Observe and Reflect on that experience 3. You form abstract concepts based on your thinking about the experience (create pictures) 4. You test those new concepts you formed Different Personality...

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