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Food Security in Buffalo

Recently, I blogged about resilience. All communities should have a resilience plan in place. They should also be educating their students about resilience. But what about food…

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Posted on May 17, 2010 at 5:22pm

Choice: How can We Educate Buffalo Students on Resilience?

This week, I did a post on Resilience Education. I did some further digging about Buffalo’s resilience plan. It turns out there isn’t one, at least not one that is on the Web. Being one of the snow capitals of the

world, one would think we would have a system in place to educate others on

resilience. The closest I got was the Buffalo Emergency Management site, which

resilience should be a part of. (…

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Posted on April 22, 2010 at 10:22pm — 2 Comments

Choice: Resilience Education

Inner city students and families make up a large portion of the 80% urban population. That percentage is staggering now, but continues to raise, yearly. While city dwellers seem to use less energy than their suburban neighbors, they influence tipping points because of their large numbers and real estate. This is where resilience education comes in. With 80% of our current students becoming city dwellers, we have to start the discussion, now.…

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Posted on April 20, 2010 at 4:00am

Life in 2020

It’s hard to imagine where I’ll be in 2020. Unfortunately, my whereabouts are determined by my husband’s job placement. I can really get a job anywhere in education, and have always been able to. However, I can dream for now, can’t I?


I would love to work with youth by creating a project that unites youth with local businesses and experts, through after-school projects. Students will have a say in the types of offerings. Perhaps I live in the city during the…
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Posted on April 16, 2010 at 10:02pm

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At 6:06am on April 20, 2010, Jaslyn Hughes said…
Thanks for your comments Leah, I find some of Lewis Carroll's novels and theories interesting as well, though I can't say I know him as well as you might ;) it must have been a fascinating paper to write!

Cheers
Jaslyn
At 3:42pm on April 11, 2010, mafia369 said…
how a u doin?I am a fully member on urgent evoke check my profile first,then you may add other comments u wish to add.Have a good day.
At 4:33pm on April 8, 2010, Reema said…
Welcome to EVOKE :D
 
 
 

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