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Macqueripe Bay, Trinidad and Tobago © Terrence Narinesingh Photography
 
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Macqueripe is situated at the end of the Tucker Valley Road, a small pocket beach just 117 meters long and 16 meters wide nestled in a bay. The mainland of Venezuela can be seen in the distance. Macqueripe Bay is a destination for tourists and locals who enjoy sunbathing, snorkeling and scuba diving.
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California, USA
 
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The Golden Gate Bridge is located in San Francisco, California, USA and is a one-mile-wide strait connecting San Francisco Bay and the Pacific Ocean.
EDU 687 Emerging Technologies and Educational Leadership Online Class   June 7, 2016
 
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Terrence Narinesingh, Ed.S. Adjunct Professor of Educational Leadership Barry University Adrian Dominican School of Education Department of Educational Leadership PROGRAM MISSION: The programs offered by the Educational Leadership Department reflect the latest issues and knowledge in education and are responsive to the needs of a diverse student population. Faculty members draw upon students’ life experiences to facilitate mutual professional and personal growth and to promote meaningful change. Students completing the program are prepared to assume leadership positions in various organizations in their communities. The program integrates the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to become highly accomplished professionals and outstanding leaders of public and non-public educational institutions. These include: The ability to be proactive and decisive with a moral and ethical commitment to the organization’s mission; The cognitive and communication skills necessary to facilitate meaningful change; Flexibility in using decision-making and motivational strategies for effective stewardship of time, resources, and personnel. CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: EDU 687 is designed to prepare educational leaders with the skills needed to understand the changing nature of educational technology, and apply these technologies to improve communication, increase student engagement, promote educational opportunities, enhance operational procedures, and build strategic partnerships. Course Rationale: New advances in technology are being introduced daily. School leaders are expected to make informed, data driven decisions related to the integration of all forms of emerging technologies that best suit the needs of faculty, staff, students and parents. CONGRUENCE TO UNIVERSITY MISSION: This course provides an opportunity for the educational leadership student to gain Knowledge and Truth through engaging in activities designed to focus on school improvement through the implementation of technology-based strategies. Through the examination of national, state, and district technology standards and their application in a variety of diverse settings, the educational leadership student will be engaged in the pursuit of Social Justice through the establishment of programs designed to promote educational opportunity and equity at the school site. RELATIONSHIP TO COMMON CORE (FLORIDA STANDARDS): National and State initiatives to integrate standards into teaching, learning, and leadership in education will impact curriculum design and re-design, curriculum development, implementation, and assessment, as well as the unique nature of the role of the leader in this change movement. In an effort to provide aspiring leaders with real-world opportunities to acquire and implement knowledge and skills related to the Florida Standards, the educational leadership courses will be updated to integrate the Florida Standards as appropriate. Modification in the course syllabi will reflect the inclusion of appropriate Florida Standards in program and course goals, course outcomes and activities. LEARNER Outcome(s): Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: Develop effective strategies for integrating existing and emerging technologies relevant to the school and community. Formulate strategies designed to promote internal and external school/community cooperation and partnerships. Design, communicate, implement, and evaluate a strategic plan for the integration of technology. Evaluate existing and future funding sources to design a long-term plan for the acquisition of future technology resources. Apply the use of emerging technologies to improve teacher effectiveness and innovative practice focused on collaboration and the needs of the digital-age learner.
Art Basel Miami 2017 (Video 2 of 2)
 
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Art Basel Miami 2017 presented art from artists from all over the world. Miami and Hong Kong are the cities of the world that display a wide array of contemporary art.
Art Basel Miami 2017 (Video 1 of 2)
 
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Art Basel Miami 2017 presented art from artists from all over the world. Miami and Hong Kong are the cities of the world that display a wide array of contemporary art.
Palm Beach Cavallino Classic
 
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The Palm Beach Cavallino Classic, one of the world's best Ferrari events, is hosted by Cavallino Magazine, the journal of Ferrari history since 1978. It displays scores of Ferraris,
The Florida Highwaymen Art Show
 
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The Highwaymen, also called the Florida Highwaymen, are a group of 26 African-American landscape artists in Florida predominantly from the Fort Pierce area. They were self-taught and produced a body of work of over 200,000 paintings, and overcame many racial and cultural barriers.
Starmont Winery & Vineyards: Classic Napa Valley Wines, California, USA
 
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Sitting at the crossroads of Carneros and Napa Valley, Starmont occupies a portion of the historic Stanly Ranch. Established as a wine growing region over 150 years ago, Carneros is world renowned for its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
EDU 687 Emerging Technologies and Educational Leadership Online Class -  June 21, 2016
 
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Terrence Narinesingh, Ed.S. Adjunct Professor of Educational Leadership Barry University Adrian Dominican School of Education Department of Educational Leadership PROGRAM MISSION: The programs offered by the Educational Leadership Department reflect the latest issues and knowledge in education and are responsive to the needs of a diverse student population. Faculty members draw upon students’ life experiences to facilitate mutual professional and personal growth and to promote meaningful change. Students completing the program are prepared to assume leadership positions in various organizations in their communities. The program integrates the knowledge, skills, and competencies necessary to become highly accomplished professionals and outstanding leaders of public and non-public educational institutions. These include: The ability to be proactive and decisive with a moral and ethical commitment to the organization’s mission; The cognitive and communication skills necessary to facilitate meaningful change; Flexibility in using decision-making and motivational strategies for effective stewardship of time, resources, and personnel. CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION: EDU 687 is designed to prepare educational leaders with the skills needed to understand the changing nature of educational technology, and apply these technologies to improve communication, increase student engagement, promote educational opportunities, enhance operational procedures, and build strategic partnerships. Course Rationale: New advances in technology are being introduced daily. School leaders are expected to make informed, data driven decisions related to the integration of all forms of emerging technologies that best suit the needs of faculty, staff, students and parents. CONGRUENCE TO UNIVERSITY MISSION: This course provides an opportunity for the educational leadership student to gain Knowledge and Truth through engaging in activities designed to focus on school improvement through the implementation of technology-based strategies. Through the examination of national, state, and district technology standards and their application in a variety of diverse settings, the educational leadership student will be engaged in the pursuit of Social Justice through the establishment of programs designed to promote educational opportunity and equity at the school site. RELATIONSHIP TO COMMON CORE (FLORIDA STANDARDS): National and State initiatives to integrate standards into teaching, learning, and leadership in education will impact curriculum design and re-design, curriculum development, implementation, and assessment, as well as the unique nature of the role of the leader in this change movement. In an effort to provide aspiring leaders with real-world opportunities to acquire and implement knowledge and skills related to the Florida Standards, the educational leadership courses will be updated to integrate the Florida Standards as appropriate. Modification in the course syllabi will reflect the inclusion of appropriate Florida Standards in program and course goals, course outcomes and activities. LEARNER Outcome(s): Upon completion of this course, students will be able to: Develop effective strategies for integrating existing and emerging technologies relevant to the school and community. Formulate strategies designed to promote internal and external school/community cooperation and partnerships. Design, communicate, implement, and evaluate a strategic plan for the integration of technology. Evaluate existing and future funding sources to design a long-term plan for the acquisition of future technology resources. Apply the use of emerging technologies to improve teacher effectiveness and innovative practice focused on collaboration and the needs of the digital-age learner.
Macqueripe Bay, Trinidad and Tobago © Terrence Narinesingh Photography
 
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Macqueripe is situated at the end of the Tucker Valley Road, a small pocket beach just 117 metres long and 16 meters wide nestled in a bay. The mainland of Venezuela can be seen in the distance. Macqueripe Bay is a destination for tourists and locals who enjoy sunbathing, snorkeling and scuba diving.