"Change, growth, and new learning" - there's a cultural shift in America, says Sara lawrence-lightfoot. This Friday, Bill Moyers speaks with one of America's leading educators and author of The Third Chapter: Passion, Risk, and Adventure in the 25 Years After 50. Sara lawrence-lightfoot is the first African American woman in the history of Harvard to have an endowed professorship named in her honor. She's been on the faculty for 37 years, and her career as a scholar has won her the prestigious M
21W.749 Documentary Photography and Photojournalism: Still Images of a World in Motion (MIT)
This course is an introduction to the great tradition of documentary photography. Students learn to see the world around them in a new way and produce a documentary project. The course requires reading and writing about photography, as well as doing it on a regular basis. The class emphasis is on thinking about why people photograph, what photographs do and do not mean to us, and on doing documentary work, on telling stories with photographs. This is not a technical class, and it should not be c
The Busy World of Richard Scarry-Play it Safe - Telephone
In this video, Sister Cat learns the importance of telephone safety. Say hello and find out who caller wants to talk to. Be polite. Don't tell anyone that someone is not at home. This is a good teaching resource for the early childhood classroom and/or special education students when learning about safety (1:06).
How Emotional Intelligence Helps the Bottom Line
In this third and final segment of the interview with Chade-Meng Tan, best selling author of Search Inside Yourself, Knowledge@Wharton explores the relationship between emotional intelligence and financial performance. According to Meng, companies as diverse as GE, Patagonia, Zappos, Genentech, American Express and MetLife have seen positive business results through practices based on emotional intelligence. Mindfulness can also help laid off job seekers find work faster. Author(s):