A Page for Volunteer Contributors of Adaptive Instruction
This page is to honor contributors of Adaptive Instruction website who engaged through articles, poems, interviews, artwork, snippets, participation in company publications group activities, ‘Be the Change’ initiatives or book reviews. It is an open section to share about their upcoming book releases, courses, programs and events. The same is published on Sundays in the company website and the publications WhatsApp group.
Process for Open Sunday Section
- Contributing author / interviewee (who contributed to AI earlier) to send the information to me first.
- I review it and post it in the company webpage and WhatsApp group (on Sundays only).
- Any subsequent discussions based on the post can be carried out by members with the contributor (in cases where he/she is also part of the group).
Sections Available for Volunteer Contributors
Events of Volunteer Contributors
Update: 4th June
Founder, CEO, Amerikids Productions. 2 Time Emmy Award Winner, USA
Bird Woman, Sacajawea will be broadcast on 4th June through June 18th in KUNM.org Radio Theatre
Do you know the real Sacajawea? Did she die as a young woman of 22 or live to be a 94-year-old tribal elder? In “Bird Woman, Sacajawea” she returns to ask you to make up your own mind about her mighty powers. “Bird Woman, Sacajawea” is a modern heroine’s journey, overcoming tremendous obstacles to become an American legend.
From Amerikids Productions.
“Our motion picture, “Bird Woman Sacajawea” is a 21C innovative vision of, “Bird Woman,” the 19thC shapeshifting Sacajawea who guides the Lewis & Clark Expedition said Lynn Rogoff, CEO of Amerikids Productions. We are now announcing our partnership with the extraordinary D-ID.com AI technology firm to create our animated AI characters”
“Bird Woman Sacajawea” won the Best Heritage & Historical Impact Award at the Latino & Native American Film Festival representing the USA.
Have a look: https://bit.ly/AmerikidsDidtrailer
Sacajawea’s shape-shifting journey with Lewis and Clark is one of the most important stories in American history, and we believe that this film will be a powerful and moving tribute to her and her contributions to our country and peaceful relations between nations.
“We are excited to bring this important indigenous story to life using the latest in AI technology to an International audience.” Lynn Rogoff
Lynn’s Engagement with Adaptive Instruction
Lynn Rogoff has been in the forefront of the confluence of media with groundbreaking film, television, multimedia content, games and theatre. Her work has been influential in introducing American history, social causes and culture in a number of mediums. Rogoff works as a media writer, director, producer and professor. She has her MFA in Theatre Directing, from New York University Tisch School of the Arts.
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Courses/Programs of Volunteer Contributors
Update: 4th June
Founder of O.R.B.I.T.S. Development Code, Global Educational Consultant, Saudi Arabia
Manal Zeineddine has just added two new courses to her collection of training material.
The two courses, “A Shaky Retention Alert” and “O.R.B.I.T.S. Leadership Blueprint” address issues related to the increasing turbulence we currently see in many institutions around the world.
While there are numerous factors that we cannot control, such as economic and social challenges, many others can be controlled. Having the intention to see the invisible with a research-informed, unbiased mind and a wisely-compassionate heart can always lead to scalable solutions and better outcomes.
Using more than 35 tools and methods in each of the courses, school owners, potential education investors, principals, directors, Heads of Departments, subject coordinators, HR and finance managers learn to build up on principles, that help create a robust infrastructure and a thriving school reputation. Both courses embed hard and soft skills, metacognition, systems thinking, and O.R.B.I.T.S. approach so they do not aim at just imparting knowledge. Each course is 25 to 30 hours and each ends with self-designed theme and sub-themes resource at the end. The same courses can be modified for other types of institutions, accordingly.
Manal’s Engagement with Adaptive Instruction
Manal Zeineddine has been working in education for twenty-two years, thirteen years of which in leadership. She is currently a global educational consultant, a school inspector, and a potential development specialist, supporting holistic learning/teaching/leadership, quality monitoring, systems thinking, sustainability, STEM/STEAM, and nature education. She is the founder of O.R.B.I.T.S. Development Code.
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