CCV has signed three new memorandums of understanding with colleges and organizations around the state, opening up multiple opportunities for Vermonters to get college degrees. Check out this infographic to get the details on how Boys & Girls Club members and students from seven other colleges benefit from these agreements.
Roughly a hundred hungry students, staff, faculty and members of the general public made their way over to CCV Winooski on April 9th for the annual event that regularly draws repeat visitors: the International Food Festival. Attendees dined on fare from around the globe, including dishes from Japan, India, Ethiopia, Burundi, and Somalia to name but a few.
Trish Weill is pretty tethered to her students.
That’s because students in the design-related classes she teaches are using technologies such as Pinterest, Tumblr, or WordPress, to work and connect with her both in and out of the classroom. Her familiarity with using technology in the classroom was the subject of her breakout session at the Southern Vermont Educators annual symposium last month. And it was a topic the owner of DelishDesign and CCV instructor of six years was thrilled to talk about with K-12 educators.
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If there’s one thing faculty member Shawn Kerivan has artfully mastered, it’s the power of living creatively.
“The way I teach my classes and lead my life is from the point of view of a creative writer,” says the Stowe-based author. “I try to find the creative approach to everything first and find the energy there.”
Kerivan teaches at CCV in Morrisville. He started in the Learning Center’s writing lab eight years ago and moved quickly to teaching foundational courses, then English Composition, and after a couple years it morphed into “basically every writing course available.”