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Community Technology, Missions and International Development Resources

TechMission has compiled the following training materials and links for international community technology organizations.

 

 

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Creating an After-School Program Yearbook in Photoshop (Miriam Sanchez 06-07)

Member Name: Miriam Sanchez

Service Site: Pico Union SAY Yes @ 1st E.V. Free Church

Location: Los Angeles

Project Description:

In this presentation, Miriam Sanchez shows how she instructed the students at the Pico Union SAY Yes program in the process of creating a yearbook in Photoshop. She also presents some excellent examples of finished work.

Defining Program Outcomes (Jennifer Hicks 05-06)

Member Name: Jennifer Hicks

Service Site: Central City Community Outreach

Project Description:

In this project, Jennifer Hicks not only describes how the SAY Yes program at Central City Community Outreach developed a plan of action to achieve its goals, she also offers guidance on how to set appropriate and measurable goals (or outcomes) for after-school programs in general.

Technology-Based Spanish Curriculum (Shanica Charles 05-06)

Member Name: Shanica Charles

Service Site: Greenwood Shalom After-School Program @ Greenwood United Methodist Church

Project Description:

For her 2005-06 replicable project, Shanica Charles developed a curriculum for teaching basic Spanish to elementary and middle-school students using primarily Web-based resources. This presentation describes her methodology and lists the main sites which she found helpful.

Sudan Project (John Manyiel 05-06)

Member Name: John Manyiel

Project Description:

This presentation describes how John Manyiel organized distribution of computer hardware and software to computer centers within the Sudan, in an effort to improve levels of education within the country.

The Basic Computer Handbook (Ed Smith 05-06)

Member Name: Ed Smith

Project Description:

For his 2005-06 replicable project, Ed Smith revised a computer course handbook he had created. The handbook provides an introduction to MS Word, Excel, WordPad, Notepad, and Paint, as well as email, the Internet & general tuning up of the computer. This presentation describes the principles that guided him during the revision process.

Mentoring Troubled Children (Denise Cromwell 05-06)

Member Name: Denise Cromwell

Project Description:

In this presentation, Denise Cromwell describes the principles which guided her as she started a mentoring ministry to troubled children at her service site.

Poetry Mini-Lesson (Shanica Charles 04-05)

Member Name: Shanica Charles

Service Site: Greenwood Shalom After-School Program @ Greenwood United Methodist Church

Location: Dorchester, MA

Lesson Description:

This lesson plan from Shanica Charles' 2004-05 replicable project illustrates how to use computers and the Internet in a lesson on poetry. It is adaptable to both early primary and late primary/middle school students.

The Road Map: Guiding Teens into their Destiny (Robert Badgett 04-05)

Member Name: Robert Badgett

Service Site: Brockton HERC

Location: Brockton, MA

Project Description:

In this document, Robert Badgett outlines the curriculum which he used in mentoring teens at the Brockton HERC. He demonstrates ways in which Biblical principles can applied to teaching youth about their identity, their values, and their goals.

Improving Literacy Skills in the Early Primary Grades (Jennifer Hicks 04-05)

Member Name: Jennifer Hicks

Service Site: Central City Community Outreach

Location: Los Angeles, CA

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