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March 27, 2020

Dialogues 20-10 Oberlin College Maximizes Online Learning

Educating during the Coronavirus Pandemic


How does educating students continue during the closing of schools and institutions during the crisis?  The President of Oberlin College, Carmen Twillie Ambar, offers insights into how the College is able to continue its classes and instructions.  As a mother of 11-year old triplets, she also offers some suggestions to parents about effectively assisting students who are confined to working at home.  She also explains the distance learning methodology, ZOOM, which Oberlin and other institutions are utilizing to keep the educational process active during this time of worldwide crisis.

March 3, 2020

Dialogues 20-09 Outreach Programs for High Schoolers at LCCC

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On this Dialogues program, Cindy Kushner, the Director of Marketing & Outreach Initiatives at Lorain County Community College, describes several educational programs at the school that are proving to be very successful as high school students advance their academic or technical educations. The programs have progressed to the extent that 43% of Lorain County high school students are now graduating with LCCC credits through College Credit Plus – saving families $6.5 million. Another impressive statistic is that 61% of Lorain County high school graduates begin their college experience with LCCC.   Click above to hear more details.

Dialogues 20-07 Student Activity Limitation Legislation

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Is limiting a student-athlete to participating in only one high school sport a good thing?  Amherst State Representative Joe Miller doesn’t think so, and he has introduced a bill in the Ohio legislature which would stop coaches from implementing  what has been termed “the one sport rule.”  In this Dialogues interview, you’ll hear Representative Miller’s argument that limiting a student to participation in only one sport, or one extra-curricular activity (which may include art, music or any number of other possibilities), may not be healthy for any student.   Is it perhaps a benefit only to the coach that implements it?

Dialogues 20-06 Mental Health Issues for Teens

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Teenagers are facing mental health challenges like never before.  Our social media culture often makes it difficult for even the healthiest teen to excel in and out of the classroom.  Cyberbullying, drug addiction, even suicide, has become prevalent in school districts across Lorain County.   On this Dialogues program, Interim Executive Director of the Mental health and Recovery Services Board of Lorain County, Elaine Georgus, offers insights to parents and students alike, and the means for assistance if mental health challenges are suspected.

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