A showcase on experiential education will be held next month and the organizers are looking for Brock faculty, instructors, staff and community partners to help make it a success.The event from 9 a.m. to noon Thursday, April 27 at Brock is part of the Spring Perspectives in Teaching and Learning: Spotlight on Experiential Education and will highlight the spectrum of innovative experiential projects, course assignments and learning activities taking place at the University.The Brock community is invited to share their experiences, products or processes in the event. Proposals to include a poster, digital poster, or experiential snapshot in this event are now being accepted by the Experiential Education Advisory Committee.Those interested are asked to send an email by Friday, March 31 to [email protected] with a title and abstract of what you would like to feature (100 words or less), along with any technical requirements for showcasing your work. Participants will have approximately 45 minutes to informally discuss and share work with colleagues as they circulate through the various presentations. Please also identify what category of experiential education your work most closely aligns to according to Brock’s definitions of EE.For more information, contact [email protected]
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related A 21-year-old clerk, Farzul Junior Bacchus, is Guyana’s latest road fatality after the motorcycle he was riding attempted to overtake a motor car but collided with a parked tractor plough on the Aberdeen Public Road, Essequibo Coast, Region Two.Bacchus was reportedly heading to work on Friday with his motor cycle and wearing a helmet when tragedy struck.Dead: Farzul Junior BacchusHis body was reportedly flung into the air and landed on the blades of the plough. As a result, his left foot was completely severed, while his body sustained several chop wounds.Rushed to the Suddie Public Hospital, he succumbed to his injuries while receiving medical attention.An eyewitness detailed that the young man had landed in a nearby trench and was bleeding profusely when pulled therefrom. Several persons opined that had his body not been so extensively mutilated by the plough, he might have survived the accident.The motorcycle Bacchus was ridingThe now dead man was the last of five children for his parents, and had only recently got married.His sister Faeeda Bacchus recalled that he had been a very humble individual and a true believer in Islam. She also said he was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident. His body is presently at the Suddie Hospital mortuary.Only last week, Akeem James of Golden Fleece, Essequibo Coast tragically lost his life after crashing his motorcycle into a parked lorry.At a recent Regional Democratic Council statutory meeting, Government Councillor Hardat Narine had called for collaboration between the RDC and the Police Traffic Department in having all structures and equipment encroaching the roadway removed. This, he claims, is a hindrance to motorists plying the roadway on a daily basis.