Posts In: Ghana

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Leveling Up with Global Doctors DNA

By Wendy Cheng

…By the third day, our kids knew that what made us feel in the moment were videos that utilized more of three things: eye contact, speaking at length, and personalizing – by saying a partner’s name, and by really responding to what they had said. This became our focus going forward. We talked about how effective communication was something they had the power to model, as well as reflect back.

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Empowering Students in Ghana through STEM Courses, Leadership Training & Peer Tutoring

Guest post by Taylor Chustz, Exponential Education

If someone had told my 16 year-old self that I would be sitting in the old post office of a village in Antoa, Ghana, with no power, typing a blog post, I think my 16 year-old self would just laugh and say, “Sounds about right!”