Posts By: agroccia

Threaded Lesson- Linear Regression

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Hello, Here is a threaded lesson that I created for my mathematics class. Step 1)  I will have my students check out this infographic before class and be ready to discuss at the beginning of class. Step 2)  I will show this youtube about the relationship between wealth and health. Step 3)  After watching the […]

Got a meeting, take a walk TED Talk

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Here is a great video found by good friend, Kevin Rushing.  This video talks about a great idea.  The great idea is taking a walk when you have a meeting.  She explains that people want to move and not just sit.  Your ideas will flow when you take a walk.  Check out this great video. […]

Video for Getting the Job

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Here is video found by my good friend, Kevin Rushing, on how body language gets you the job.  This is a great video because it features and interview with Christine Jahnke who is the author of the book, “The Well Spoken Woman.”  

Career Blog Post

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Here is a great resource from my good friend, Kevin Rushing, for those who may be searching for a new career or want to improve their job interview skills.  The website is called, Career Builder.   There is a great article on the Do’s and Don’ts about Body Language.   There is another great article […]

Yoga Blog Post (Buffy Pilloud)

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I have the pleasure of sharing a blog site that my good friend, Buffy Pilloud, found.  The blog is called, “Daily Cup of Yoga.”  This blog site is filled with wonderful articles, resources, apps, videos, and more.  I have tried yoga a few times before, but I never realized all of the resources that are […]

YouTube or You Missing Out

Posted by & filed under Circles, Destinations, Education, Faculty Development, How to, Ideas, Information Technology, Technology, Training, Uncategorized.

I had the pleasure of presenting on YouTube at the Destinations 2014 Circles of Innovation Track at Valencia College.  I was able to share some wonderful features and ways YouTube can be used in the classroom for engagement and connection. Here are some resources from the presentation: 1)  YouTube Instructional Videos 2)  YouTube or You […]