1. InFocus Christian news - 19.06.15


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    Eighty-eight Christians kidnapped by Islamic State in Libya | Two thousand Christian teachers in Kenya afraid to go to work | The child preachers of Brazil | Viewer feedback: Email letters@infocus.org.au — Facebook Record.Mag — Twitter @RecordInFocus

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    • Visual Valet introduction


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      This visual organizer can be used in at least 3 ways to help Christian thinkers and teachers connect God's world and God's word--and help their students to do the same. To find more resources for Christ-centered education, visit www.transformingteachers.org.

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      • Road to Graduation: Brittany Auvil


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        A series of setbacks in early childhood and high school could have left Brittany discouraged about the future. Instead, she worked hard and looks forward to starting at University of Kentucky in the fall. Produced by: Alicia Coyle, Teresa Estrada and Katie Hack SRL Adviser: Mary Dunn These stories are produced by Student Reporting Labs as part of the “American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen” initiative funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Station partners include Arkansas Educational Television, Connecticut Public Broadcasting, Eight, Arizona PBS, Houston Public Media, Kentucky Educational Television, KLRU, NJTV, South Carolina ETV, Utah Education Network and WNET.

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        • NHCRWA Mobile Teaching Lab - setup instruction for teachers


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          North Harris County Regional Water Authority - For more than a decade, the North Harris County Regional Water Authority has sponsored water conservation education programs for area students that are aligned with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills guidelines (TEKS). The programs are offered at no charge to the schools in grades 2, 4 and 7, and address multiple disciplines – science, social studies, language arts, and math.

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          • South African Graduate Testimonials


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            South African graduate students of Concordia University - Portland's Master of Education program discuss how receiving a scholarship to earn their M.Ed. is already changing their lives.

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            • Rios Hidden DW2 2015


              from Kimberly Rios Added 3 1 0

              This is a story about a woman's journey to release the past and find her inner voice through music.

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              • 5th Grade Promotion Ceremony


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                Group of students including my granddaughter Alyssa Nichole Butler from Bryn Mawr Elementary School, singing in their 6th grade promotion ceremony on Thursday, June 11th, 2015.

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                • MMU School Board Mtg. 6-11-15


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                  Coverage of the final MMU School Board as it transitions into bi-monthly MMMUSD Board Meetings.

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                  • The Kitchen Community | Learning Garden Application FULL VIDEO (Part 1 & Part 2) | Chicago


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                    What an amazing experience it was to work with Non-profit organization, The Kicthen Community, and the teachers and student of the participating Chicago Public Schools, to produce these application videos for a Learning Garden. The vibe best described meeting and talking with everyone is: passionate. When you really care about something, you do what ever it takes to follow through and make it happen; everyone was on the same page. It was inspiring and a pleasure working with everyone, and I hope the schools were able to reach their funding goals and recieve their well deserved garden. https://thekitchencommunity.org/

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                    • Students train for careers in auto mechanics


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                      Aloha High School's automotive tech program prepares students for careers in mechanics with hands-on learning. From engine reconstruction to electrical wiring, students learn the technical aspects of car repair and real work skills, making them sought after by dealership and auto shop owners. Student Reporting Labs reporters from Health and Science School in Beaverton, Oregon talk to a student about the course. Produced by: Nitzny Barragan, Holly De La Cruz, Esther Cordero, Donya Daniel and Lorena Regino, students at Health and Science School in Beaverton, Oregon. SRL Advisor: Jared Agard Mentor support provided by Cat Wise and Oregon Public Broadcasting.

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