Transcript: What would it take for you to go? Perhaps we simply have missed that we were created to advance the name of God throughout the whole earth, and God redeemed us to fulfill that purpose through us. Perhaps we have forgotten that Jesus told His disciples to wait until the Spirit comes before they start the mission, and the Spirit came and the disciples went. We have the same Spirit in us today, and we have the same mission. Obedience is knowing God encarnationally. We need embasadors who will go and share the teachings of Jesus's kingdom by being an example: Integrity, transparency, solidarity, evangelism, respect for one another, loving others. The Holy Spirit is who drives his mission All physical things are lead by the spiritual choices we make. Smells, time perseption, perspective, values, sensitivity, etc....a few things to adjust. Having a DO NOT JUDGE attitude is the key Learning to be a Learner of Culture God is at work in this Culture privious to our arrival To be Christ to them is to be encarnational Mission is one of God's attributes He is the only one with Authority Knowing his will is transfromation Sin of Omission Proclamation starts with small steps "Here I am. Send me" (Isaiah 6:8) Where? - Culture Matters From the Why and the What then we must work our way to the where and how....get ready. Write in your journal, blog, or pictures what you are feeling, thinking, and wanting for God to bring in this trip. DO NOT forget to Pray, Fast, pray again, and pray one more time... Encarnation... In him we live and move and have our being... (Acts 17:28) THIS CAN BE YOU!!!!! Keep Records In Acts 13 the church responded to the sending nature of God himself, specifically the Spirit of God: "As they were ministering to the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, 'Set apart for Me Barnabas and Saul for the work that I have called them to'" (v. 2). So the church in Antioch sent them out. They had fasted, they had prayed, they had laid their hands on them, then they sent them out. The church was and is an agent of God's sending. As a part of the church, we must fully embrace God's strategy for His mission as the church sends us on mission. Building his Mission needs you Perhaps... You are an Embasador. Building Blocks I'm just sayin' Who are you? What? - Knowing God. It is fun to be Jesus to Others We do not live in a vacum, the church belongs to one another: * Prayer * Local Sending Church * Parents & Relatives * Journal or Blogging * Rest & Prepare Why? Healing & Community The Word became a man and lived among us. John 1:14 YES!!! You.
Transcript: In writing you can express your creativivity, as the pencill flows onto the paper. * Always be prepared . * Respect books and materials. * Use context clues to figure out the meaning of the word. Some reading strategies that we've learned are Author's Purpose, Problem and Solution, summarizing ,annotating ,and compare and contrast. Reading as a class is a good way to learn. * Work together as a team in certain situations. * Work quietly during independent working * Always be prepared and ready to work. * Have your supplies ready when needed . * Always show your work in either writing ,numbers ,or pictures. In writing workshop always be creative as possible. Have a pencill ready to write. *Quick writes Be respectful and quiet when other people are trying to concentrate. Reading Workshop Expectations Writing Workshop Expectations *Small groups *Mini lesson * Taking AR test *Reading with a partner * Mini lesson * teachers model writing. * on task students * writing in your journal What is Writing Workshop ? Always do your best and have fun! Building Blocks: The Workshop Model Math Workshop Expectations What is Reading Workshop * Mini lessons * Group solving * Check your problems * Study if needed. * Work individually * Always use scratch paper to work out equations. What is Math Workshop ? Some reading genres are non -fiction, fiction, historical , and poetry
Transcript: Examples: Two specific examples of Proteins are, Actin and Myosin Digestive Issues : You may experience constipation if you follow a high protein diet for longer than a suggested 2 months. Although this isn't the cause of digestive problems, it leaves out any space for some other foods that are much better for your health. Building Blocks What is it made of? Proteins are made of amino acids, joined together in chains. There are 20 different amino acids. What are the elements? The elements are hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and carbon. Proteins are known for making muscle tissue, but they also serve many other functions. What's the monomer? The monomer that makes up protein is amino acid. Impact on Health How does too much protein effect us? Digestive Issues Disease Risk Weight Gain Examples and Function Functioning as a pair they form microfilaments which give mechanical support to the cells and hardwire the cytoplasm. Supply Where can we get it from? We get protein from various foods like meat, fish, chicken , milk products, soy bean, eggs, salads etc. How do we get it? Proteins are ingested is most typically after exercising. Dietary protein ingestion immediately after exercise increases muscle protein synthesis rates during the acute stages of post-exercise recovery. Where is it made? Proteins are made by the endoplasmic reticulum by the rough endoplasmic reticula. Actin - is a protein that functions in the contractile system of skeletal muscle, where it is found in the thin filaments. Actin is present in all eukaryotes and has a highly conserved protein sequence. Myosin - comprise a family of ATP-dependent motor proteins and are best known for their role in muscle contraction and their involvement in a wide range of other eukaryotic motility processes.
Transcript: 2. THe Truman Doctrine Threat persuaded Congress to approve $400 million for aid. "A long-term, patient but firm, and vigilant containment of Russian expansionist tendencies." -Kennan 3. The Marshall Plan 'Long Telegram' 7. The Nuclear Bomb 4. The Division of Germany and Berlin 6. NSC-68 1. Containment Starting point to help Truman had established a national consensus that fighting communism was the purpose of the policy of containment BUILDING BLOCKS 5. The Creation of NATO
Transcript: Have all the wooden blocks and beams already arranged and organized in their own bin. Allow children to create ramps throughout the classroom in all sorts of unusual ways. Have them roll the ball down the ramps. Ask engaging questions, "Which direction do you think the ball will roll? Which block is heavier? If I add one more block to this tower, will it fall down?" "Does this block take up more space than the others?" Activity- "Big City Building" Activity- "Let's Build a Zoo" Game Die Many blocks (can be any size & shape) Children will roll a game die, Next they will determine that amount and count out that many wooden cubes to stack into a tower. The die is rolled again until everyone has taken a turn. Blocks Plastic Animals Poster Markers Prekindergarten children sort and classify objects using one or more attributes. They begin to use attributes of objects to duplicate and create patterns. Since blocks come in many different shapes, sizes and colors, they are the perfect manipulative to use when teaching basic math concepts. Compare and contrast the attributes of each piece. Encourage preschoolers to learn math skills through block play, http://myiearlychildhoodreflections.blogspot.com/2012/01/what-about-balls-and-ramps.html http://everydaylife.globalpost.com/importance-block-play-preschool-children-10183.html Science! Building Blocks Some scientific lessons to introduce to preschoolers through the use of blocks are cause and effect, experimentation, and hypothesis. Investigate their answers thoroughly while experimenting trial and error. This helps them become familiar with balance, weight, spatial awareness and gravity through hands-on play. Purpose Materials Needed: Math! Wooden blocks Ball Long beams Activity-"Block Builders" After the book is read, the students will build their own zoo using the blocks and plastic animals. The poster will be used as the "ground" where they can draw a zoo-like environment. Activities The Importance of Pre School Block Play Materials Needed: Materials Needed: Children learn best through hands-on experiences, and block play is a valuable part of cognitive development in preschoolers. Children piece together shapes to create a bigger picture, whether pure imagination or a representation of something they have seen. Exploring with blocks also nurtures an understanding for math, science, and language. Whether the shapes are colored, paper boxes, snap-together or wooden, they enhance children's learning activities! At the preschool age, children are learning to develop their use of language. New experiences with blocks and towers encourage stringing sentences together using larger vocabulary and in-depth thought processes. Encourage children to use adjectives such as "humongous" and "sturdy" as opposed to simpler words like "big" and strong. Asking open-minded questions about their design inspires new ideas, while nurturing confidence in creativity. Literacy! Science! Resources:
Transcript: Listen Listen- Who did we listen to? Full employee engagement Listening is the human process of sensing, interpreting, evaluating, storing and responding to messages. How? doodles Listen Job San Francisco …We developed a strategy …We designed a plan …And then…..we listened Lead LDP What can I do? Bronwyn Hoffmann, Tim Flanagan, and Dr. Richard (Rick) K. Bommelje) Ourselves 5 Leaders from DD Americas Representing Finance, AP&L, PS, HR & Sales Support Tenure ranging from 2 – 8+ years Our collective experiences and ideas from our time with Dimension Data Mentor Melissa Carlson Learn Stockholm Lead-What did we do to lead? Building blocks is a program dedicated to personal accountability & professional growth through the process of listening, learning, and leading Voice (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Sabrina McCullough Brumitt – Accounts Payable Manager *Charlotte Kerrie Corrigan – National Operations Manager * Hauppauge Myriam de la Cruz – HR Director *Mexico City Pam Kramer - TMS Services Manager *Raleigh Dan Ayars – Supplier Manager * Charlotte Learning is more than just taking a course We learned …from ourselves, by giving feedback and feed-forward ….from the on-line survey, what are the employees are saying …from those around us, they are the society we set forth to enhance And then we lead. Developed a curriculum that is focused on listening, learning, and leading Designed curriculum to align with Dimension Data Strategy, Vision, and tools Structured the curriculum to be Digestible and Attractive to employees Utilized different learning styles as part of the design Committed to working towards implementation and future development of the program 17 April 2012 Introduction to the team Leaders are committed to continual improvement “To know and not to do is not knowing at all” Always learning always teaching Taking Personal accountability in living HPC Values Accountability, innovation, alignment, integrity, respect for the individual, client at the center, “The Strategy behind the Blocks” lead Lead Decreased voluntary attrition by creating a program focused on employee engagement Increased employee alignment of DD strategies, structure, and service offerings Increased alignment with HPC Increased awareness of tools available inside and outside the company to advance their personal and career growth Develop broader personal relationships across company structure To develop and retain the right people in the right roles Learn Delivery and proposed timeline Survey Dan Ayars, Sabrina Brumitt, Kerrie Corrigan, Myriam de la Cruz, Pam Kramer photo frame Learn Building blocks curriculum (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Assets Organization Learn Employees who are new or coasting Important Details Lead We lead …by developing the foundation for a curriculum ….by aligning ourselves with DD’s strategy, vision and tools …by being committed to the Building Blocks program and what it stands for And now we tell you why… Listen- Who did we listen to? Listen “The Mission” Listening is more than just hearing Learn- Who did we learn from? 92% would participate in a program that is focused on personal growth, learning and innovation at DD 85% think that having a formal curriculum for the work they do would be helpful 65% would be more likely to use DDU if it was organized into pre-set curriculums 69% have taken 3 or less DDU courses in the last 12 months 46% are not clear about what learning activities they should be taking Approx. 50% of new employees have been thru Starting Blocks since inception (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr We took action on what we learned to pay it forward in Dimension Data Delivery Pilot groups will be formed by a mix of employees, no greater than 20 All presentations can be done remotely 30, 60, 90 day plan around curriculum Time requirements will not exceed 2-1/2 hours per week There will be a mix of tasks, workshops, and presentations Timeline Review and agree curriculum framework-June, 2012 Implement pilot program- June 2012 Review initial output and feedback from Pilot-September 2012 Success Values, Goals, Strategy notes Budapest What’s the benefit? Learning is acquiring or modifying existing, knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, or preferences. Time to listen and Learn Lead Leading is more than just doing your job Exit Interviews Leadership is guiding yourself and others to positive results for the enhancement of all individuals, originations, and society. Connect Notes Listen building blocks Why?- The X Model (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Double click to crop it if necessary We have the next 10 minutes for you to learn more about the program and for the team to listen to your feedback Questions??.....Feedback?? Individual We were chosen to be a part of a great learning experience Employees who are burnt out or quit & stay Employees Surveyed 52 Employees from the US, Mexico, Brazil and Chile 60% of which have been here more than two years 85% of which have been here more
Transcript: Text that is printed at the bottom of a page. Individual programs within Word that allow you to add information in a document, such as a header or footer. Text that is printed at top of a page. Content Controls Fields Footer Building Blocks Built-in reusable content such as text, graphics, an objects that can be easily managed and inserted in a document for a quick format. Document Theme LESSON 7 Built-in text that displays lightly behind the document's main text conveying the sensitivity of the document., such as confidential, draft, or urgent. Header A placeholder where Word inserts content in a document. Word automatically uses fields when specific commands are activated, such as those for inserting dates, page numbers, and a table of contents. A set of predefined formatting options that includes theme colors, fonts, and effects. Watermarks
Transcript: Healthy brain development depends on quality early learning Early education levels the playing field for at-risk kids Early education programs continue to improve quality, creating higher community ROI is important too is important Build The Case is important Building Blocks of Early Childhood
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