Category: A.C.E. at URI

Dear A.C.E. Teachers – A Special Thanks on National Teacher Day

Dear A.C.E. Teachers, For the hours you spend teaching us in class. For the hours you spend planning each lesson and grading our work. For the hours you spend up at night thinking of how you can help us understand…

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“Stop 4 a Chat”: Fostering Connections with A.C.E. at URI

Inspired by Thomas Knox’s “Date-while-you-wait”, A.C.E. students at the University of Rhode Island braved URI’s student union to see if they could attract American students to chat. The original Date-while-you-wait features a table set up once a week in New…

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A.C.E. Partner URI Explores Exchange with Cuba

Exciting educational partnership highlights potential of normalized relations with Cuba On July 20, 2015, the day the U.S. embassy in Havana opened, members of the URI Graduate School of Oceanography were in Cuba, meeting with officials at the University of Havana, the National Aquarium of…

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A.C.E. URI Students Learn Important Work-Life Skills

As second language educators, we are constantly questioning how to help make language learning memorable, meaningful, and “real.” With these aims in mind, one of the final projects for the Level 6 students at A.C.E. at URI is to answer…

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A.C.E. Students Work with URI Nursing Students to Build Cross Cultural Understanding

 By: Angela Potts, A.C.E. at URI Instructor, Special Correspondent to the A.C.E. Blog On April 1st, A.C.E. at URI collaborated with the URI first-year nursing students for their second annual Cultural Assessment Activity. The Cultural Assessment Activity is meant to help…

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