Learn how to teach through the University of Reddit (ureddit)
This is just something I do every other day or so to keep myself flexible and healthy. My stretch routine consists of three stages (lower body stretch, core strengthening, and upper body stretch) that flow really nicely together. I will be breaking down how to do each move and then creating a video of the whole routine uninterrupted.
The class would cover a particular model for change called Intentional Change Theory which is rooted in positive psychology. The theory is build by Richard Boyatzis and describes a frame work for creating change at an individual level all the way up to a global level. We'll cover all levels with focus around teams and organizations.
UofReddit class on wetshaving. Here you'll learn how to take shaving from a boring, annoying chore that leaves your face covered in painful bumps, to a lovely ritual that leaves you Baby's Butt Smooth.
Each month we will select a book to read, break down it down into two sections, and have two discussion about it on the UReddit subreddit. At the final week of discussions you all will get to suggest and vote for the next month’s book. The only requirement is that the book must be available in a digital version to make it easily accessible.
Short, hopefully interactive, video class on how to make your handwriting look not rubbish.
Learn how to take great notes.
Differentiate from silly fluff and actual information.
Learn shorthand and tricks to make the note-taking less strenuous.
As a senior in a major American university, I find it shocking that educated people (AA, AS, BA, BS, and higher) do NOT have basic research and essay skills. Granted, there is a much looser format in the working world, but it is those that know the basic rules that advance to higher posts! It is here that I intend to help you gain the basic skills that you may have learned in college and forgot or need to do well in your core ENG courses.
This will be a beginner course that guides through the creation of the United States, and further. Beginning with history starting around 1600, and going through the 1850's.
You will learn about the early English settlements, life in the colonies, the Virginia Companies, the actions of moving toward independence, the early years, the Articles of Confederation, creating a second government, the first presidents, the War of 1812, The Louisiana Purchase, The Monroe Doctrine, King Andrew,
The USCIS Naturalization Test: Civics (History and Government) Test Prep course is designed to prepare permanent residents/Green Card holders in the United States for the Civics portion of the federally-mandated test required to become a naturalized citizen of the country.
Review and understand interview procedures of USCIS
Provide better preparation for the Civics portion of the USCIC Naturalization test
Encourage independent review the material provided before your test date
Compile the listed answers for all 100 of the questions that you may be asked