For a while I have been interested in how to teach students before they reach high school the skills they will need to be successful in their social and work lives. This article by Heather Wolpert-Gawron who teaches middle school language arts and coaches speech and debate in California’s San Gabriel Unified School District, caught […]
By Kathleen Baines, Columnist on November 1, 2010 Our generation has lost most forms of etiquette — it’s a bold claim, albeit a true one. I have my own theories as to why this decline happened — the substitution of old-fashioned methods of child-rearing with the “I’m your buddy, not your parent” model, the refusal […]
Recently, President Obama spoke about the plight of education in the United States and how spending more money will improve it. I agree that there are many schools which are underfunded and additional capital will improve the facilities and number of available resources for the children. However, it is my opinion, that schools will not […]
I found this article by Deborah Walker, CCMC which is a wonderful outline in very simple terms about how to ace your next job interview and get the job for which you are applying. Win Your Next Job With Three Essential Interview Skills – Hcareers.
Professor: Students need more Chinese etiquette education from www.chinaview.cn 2008-12-04 BEIJING, Dec. 4 (Xinhua) — A professor from Tsinghua University’s Department of History in Beijing on Thursday called on educationalists to teach students traditional Chinese etiquette. Peng Lin, whose courses “Ancient Chinese Etiquettes” and “Classic Cultural Relics and Chinese Culture” have been listed as “National […]