Sundays | 9:30 – 10:45 am | Room 310
Check out this great Adult Education discussion group meeting on Sunday mornings at 9:30 am in Room 310!
Some weeks the group watches TED Talks together; other weeks presenters bring in interesting and inspiring ideas. And, regardless of the inspiration, we then set aside time every week to discuss the issues presented.
Topics cover a wide range of issues and ideas — which open us up to the encouraging work of people who address problems, as well as our own power and possibilities to participate in change.
Watch our website and Facebook page for the presentations and conversations coming up each week to help you find Spirit in every facet of your life!
Contact: Charme Robarts | firstname.lastname@example.org | 817-339-5069
THIS WEEK, on Sunday, October 13, we’ll watch Andria Flores’ presentation, We Need to Rethink the Way We Teach our Students about Poverty by Nick Esposito
Having just completed the edit of Nick Esposito’s book, “The Elephant in the Classroom,” Andria is excited to share his TEDx Talk. Nick Esposito has 10+ years of experience in the service-learning space, including time in both public and private schools. He is an award-winning teacher for bringing best practices of service-learning into the classroom. Nick has traveled around the world serving with different organizations and for different cultures and peoples. Through these experiences, he has developed the belief that students are at their most impactful when they leverage their greatest passions and skills.