Diane Sparks and Becky Brinks recently presented at Trends 2011. Here are their slides on “Online and Hybrid Classes in Early Childhood Education.”
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At 7:30 p.m. thursday, November 10, GRCC’s Music Department will present 2011-2010 GFA Winner, Johannes Möller as part of its annual International Guitar Series.
The Swedish guitarist and composer Johannes Möller has captivated audiences throughout the world with charismatic and soulful performances. After playing his first public concerts at the age of 13, his performances now total over 500 and span Europe, Asia, South and North America. In 2010 he was awarded first prize in the GFA Concert Artist Competition, considered by many to be the most prestigious guitar competition in the world, resulting in a 50-concert tour and a recording with the Naxos label.
As a performer, Johannes’s artistry has reached well beyond the usual guitar circles. This was confirmed in 2008 when he won the Dutch Vriendenkrans Concours where he was competing against performers in all instrumental categories. As a part of this award his name has been engraved on a metal plate that can be seen in the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. Critics have also noted his special qualities, writing of his playing “Guitarist Johannes Möller achieved miracles with his lucid, spacious playing” (London Evening Standard).
The above concert will be held in Room 200 of the Grand Rapids Community College Music Center at the corner of Ransom and Lyon. Admission is $10 General and $7 for students and seniors. Parking is available in the GRCC student parking ramp with $1.00 guest parking voucher sold at the door. Call 234-3940 for further information or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Going Local with Restaurant Week
J. BENNETT RYLAH | THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2011 | Rapid Growth
Restaurant Week was regarded as a success following its inauguration in Fall of 2010. Nov. 3-13 will mark Grand Rapids’ second installment of culinary exploration. […] With Grand Rapids Community College’s Secchia Institute for Culinary Education located right downtown, there’s no reason why Grand Rapids shouldn’t be full of innovative, talented chefs producing an array of interesting menus. (More)
Juan Olivarez shares faith, love of higher education in inaugural address as Aquinas College president
Published: Wednesday, October 26, 2011, 4:37 PM | Grand Rapids Press
GRAND RAPIDS – Juan Olivarez returned home to continue a legacy, he said today in his inaugural address as Aquinas College’s seventh president. “I believe I’m here because of an important calling,” he said, referring to his love for higher education, his faith in God and his desire to share that faith with students. (More)
If you go to the “Early Alert” tab in Blackboard and click on “Starfish Home”, you’ll see a new “Record Attendance” link. Here’s a video on how to take attendance inside Blackboard:
You can find a tipsheet on this new feature, as well as other Blackboard tools at: www.grcc.edu/bbtipsheets
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