Are you curious about why American music sounds the way it does? Join Jake Dickson to learn about the importance of the music of the common American and how it is used to communicate important attitudes and experiences.
We have already baked two pies and we made it to the last but not least one. What is a Thanksgiving table without an apple pie?! Join us on Tuesday and learn how to surprise your beloved ones with a traditional apple pie for Thanksgiving.
Born and raised in California (mostly), Thomas studied American literature and nonprofit management in San Francisco and Santa Cruz. Over the past 18 years, Thomas has worked in much of the former Soviet Union, in the Middle East, and the US. Almost all of his career has focused on supporting IDPs and refugees.
American Food Stories are back and this time we prepared something very special - Thanksgiving pies. Mariia Sorokina and Robin Gray of the Foreign Agricultural Service at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv are preparing a traditional salmon pie. Enjoy!
In our program for teachers we're discussing how and why to use music in the language classroom. After we analyze several activities that can be a part of a great lesson plan using music, we'll have a raffle for free CDs!
Book Presentation: Disability and Mobile Citizenship in Post-Soviet Ukraine: A Cultural History of the Ukrainian Disability Rights Movement
Sarah Phillips will highlight key trends and challenges in the struggle for equal rights for people with disabilities in Ukraine today. She will also discuss the process of researching and writing the book using ethnographic methods.
Experience a heart-stopping, inspirational year with Darien EMS-Post 53, the only ambulance service for the 20,000 residents of Darien, Connecticut, as it covers one of the deadliest stretches of Interstate-95, responds to over 1,500 emergency calls, and is run by high school teenagers.
Bailey Craft, Associate Director of Recruitment from City University of Seattle, will discuss the application process and opportunities for international students pursing MS in Computer Science degrees.
One of the more important topics in education will be covered this week, Teaching Critical Thinking. In this week's series with teachers we will explore and practice various approaches and activities for teaching Critical thinking.
Okay guys it’s time to get our freaky Halloween reading on with Shirley Jackson’s perfectly horrifying masterpiece ‘The Lottery’. We will also plunge a bit further into darkness and despair with the bonus poem, ‘Halloween in a Suburb,’ by the horror legend H.P. Lovecraft.
Are you just beginning to learn English? Did you study English when you were young, but haven't practiced in many years? Do you sometimes feel lost when everyone around you is using English? If so, then this course is designed just for you.
Have you ever had to give a pitch? Was it for school or work? Have you ever met anyone who you needed to impress with your quick and professional words? This week we'll be going over how to prepare and deliver the perfect pitch.