First Year Teacher Experiences Classroom Supply Shortage

First Year Teacher Experiences Classroom Supply Shortage

First year teacher learns just how much money educators have to spend on classroom materials. If teachers like this didn’t bring supplies to the classroom, many students would have to go without. You can help out new teachers like this by making a donation to the first year teacher fund on our webpage at: http://app.adoptaclassroom.org/firstyearteacher/?_ga=1.250472390.1702100082.1450906044

Help us raise funds & school supplies for children with special needs at the Special Education Center, San Francisco Central School Camotes, Cebu.

The students, inspite of physical & mental dissabilities aswell as financial hardships are very keen in going to school to finish primary education. Some years back, our volunteer group have made them the full beneficiary of the proceeds from a christmas concert.

We are excited to visit the kids this year and everyone is welcome to join. Those who cant go, but has something to share, our kindred volunteer group would be more than happy to hand over your donations for you.

June 10 – Benefit concert featuring Cuarenta, collection of donations
June 11 – school visit, handing over of all collected donations

Some Ideas on what to give:

– Bags/backpacks
– shoes/slippers
– raincoats/umbrella’s
– notebooks
– writing pads
– crayons, pens, pencils, erasers, sharpeners, rulers etc
– art papers & other art materials
– childrens books & other educational materials
– Other forms of donations such as cash, childrens multi vitamins please contact us for details

More info can be found on: www.facebook.com/Dkindproject
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The Connection Between Race, Class, Environment and Health

The Connection Between Race, Class, Environment and Health

In the South Bronx, environmental degradation has led to high rates of asthma, diabetes and learning disabilities, Carter says.

Topic: The Connection Between Race, Class, Environment and Health
Majora Carter: The biggest problem that we’re having in many urban areas is asthma. In the South Bronx, we see about 60,000 diesel truck trips going through our community each and every week. That definitely adds to asthma, upper respiratory problems. But if you have a community where people are afraid to go outside because there’s so many trucks running around, or if the air smells because of sewage treatment plants or other kind of issues like that.
People also aren’t getting the kind of physical activity that they need, as well. Which leads to diabetes and, of course, to obesity, as well.
And then there’s also the not so well reported issue that there’s actually more than conclusive evidence to show that proximity to fossil fuel emissions causes learning disabilities in young kids.
And we now know that poor kids that don’t do well in school, actually, have a much better chance of ending up in jail, rather than going onto higher education. So, for us, the development of environmental services in our community, like the creation of Urban Forestry, Green Roof Installation, actually, even doing solar panels. So we’re reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. So that provides a benefit to our communities by, number one, cleaning up the air, because there’s actually green things that are cleaning the air. Two, providing jobs for people, because they have to do it. Which, of course, we know now that poverty is also a key component in folks going to jail.
So creating opportunities for people to do environmental services, which have a net benefit to the environment. And also, all of our infrastructure creates jobs. They get reinvested in our communities. It creates healthier communities.
Recorded on: April 28, 2008

Topic: The Connection Between Race, Class, Environment and Health
Majora Carter: The biggest problem that we’re having in many urban areas is asthma. In the South Bronx, we see about 60,000 diesel truck trips going through our community each and every week. That definitely adds to asthma, upper respiratory problems. But if you have a community where people are afraid to go outside because there’s so many trucks running around, or if the air smells because of sewage treatment plants or other kind of issues like that.
People also aren’t getting the kind of physical activity that they need, as well. Which leads to diabetes and, of course, to obesity, as well.
And then there’s also the not so well reported issue that there’s actually more than conclusive evidence to show that proximity to fossil fuel emissions causes learning disabilities in young kids.
And we now know that poor kids that don’t do well in school, actually, have a much better chance of ending up in jail, rather than going onto higher education. So, for us, the development of environmental services in our community, like the creation of Urban Forestry, Green Roof Installation, actually, even doing solar panels. So we’re reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. So that provides a benefit to our communities by, number one, cleaning up the air, because there’s actually green things that are cleaning the air. Two, providing jobs for people, because they have to do it. Which, of course, we know now that poverty is also a key component in folks going to jail.
So creating opportunities for people to do environmental services, which have a net benefit to the environment. And also, all of our infrastructure creates jobs. They get reinvested in our communities. It creates healthier communities.
Recorded on: April 28, 2008
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Can Wildlife Adapt to Climate Change? – Erin Eastwood

Can Wildlife Adapt to Climate Change? – Erin Eastwood

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/can-wildlife-adapt-to-climate-change-erin-eastwood

With rising temperatures and seas, massive droughts, and changing landscapes, successfully adapting to climate change is increasingly important. For humans, this can mean using technology to find solutions. But for some plants and animals, adapting to these changes involves the most ancient solution of all: evolution. Erin Eastwood explains how animals are adapting to climate change.

Lesson by Erin Eastwood, animation by TOTEM Studio.

TAKE a STAND – A Motivational Speech for Students

TAKE a STAND – A Motivational Speech for Students

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This is a motivational video for depressed students by Sandeep Maheshwari. Every students have to must watch this