Posts Tagged ‘Education’

Education of Heart


Books on Compassion @ Library

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Fremont Library has planned a series of six Parenting workshops conducted in Mandarin Chinese in 2014These free workshops are held on Saturdays at 3 pm.  Topics includes:

  • January 18 – Telling Your Child About SEX – When & How
  • April 5 – Positive Discipline
  • June 21 – Communication
  • July 5 – Relationship Boundary
  • Sept 27 – Anger Management
  • Dec 6 – Achieve True success

The first one is scheduled this coming Saturday on Sex Education.

Lectures will be offered by speakers who are licensed teachers from Herald Family Rebuilding Center located at the Fremont Family Resource Center followed by a Q and A session.  No registration is required.  Please call (510) 745-1421 for more information.

Fremont圖書館將於2014年舉辦一系列的親子教育中文講座.  講座時間為週六下午三點至四點半, 此講座由持有加州教師執照, 現任角聲護家中心主任的周紅女士主講, 周紅有多年教授情緒管理以及親子關係的經驗, 她並將帶來護家親子講師團隊與大家一起研討親子教育的各種議題 講座結束後並有問題解答及分享時間.



  • 1/18/14 – 如何與孩子談性
  • 4/5/14 – 正面的管教方法
  • 6/21/14 – 有效的溝通
  • 7/5/14 – 關係界限
  • 9/27/14 – 憤怒管理
  • 12/6/14 – 品格培養

講座無需報名,免費參加,詳情請電(510) 745-1414 鄒小姐 或電郵 jtsou@aclibrary.org 查詢

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Come, enjoy chamber music this Saturday and meet faculty members of the Anna Poklewski Academy of Music, including

Loren Tayerle

Loren Tayerle

Loren Tayerle (horn, viola and conductor), Natachia Li (cello) and Jennifer Ridout (flute). Mr. Tayerle is director of Orchestral Studies at De Anza College where he conducts the De Anza Chamber Orchestra and teaches music history. Arrangements of works by Corelli, Mozart, Bach and Tchaikovsky will showcase violins, violas, cellos, a harpsichord and bass.

 The Anna Poklewski Academy of Music (39660 Mission Blvd. in Fremont) is an alternative music school that inspires and inculcates a love of music in every student. The Academy uses a systematic approach combining technical training, artistry and musicianship, while fostering an understanding

Natachia Li

Natachia Li

of music as a language in communicating emotions and experiences. A chamber music class for student musicians is being offered for the first time at the school.

The concert starts at 3 p.m. this Saturday in the Fukaya Room.

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Jenny Ridout

Jenny Ridout

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untitledIf your child goes to school in the Fremont Unified School District, and if you owned one of the Apple i-products, you might want to down load this free app from the App store.

iFUSD is the official iOS Application for the Fremont Unified School District.  It has really awesome features such as Push Notifications about important updates for the schools that you choose, emergency status updates,  grades and attendance data access for Junior and high schools, access to District news and calendar, information on the community/Board of Education, schools locations/maps, and function like 1-click calling to your children’s schools.

This app was made in coordination with the FUSD Technology department, an involved parent, a high school student developer, and many other high school students from Mission San Jose High school.

For more information about the app, please click here.

So, just check it out!!  iFUSD will help you stay safe and up to date!

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Where: Ohlone College, Epler Gymnasium, Fremont Campus, 43600 Mission Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539

When: Wednesday, September 28. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Who: Anyone and their parents who are interested in applying to colleges in the near future.

What: Over 90 colleges will be represented, including UC’s, CSU’s, private/independent, and out-of-state colleges. Talk with admissions officers and pick up brochures on your choice of colleges. A panel of admission advisors from the University of California, California State Universities and Community Colleges will be holding an informational session during the evening. There will also be a financial aid presentation. 

Event parking is free.

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Stanford’s acclaimed Summer Science Lecture Series will be on the lawn next to Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center on some Thursday evenings this summer. You are invited to go early and wander through the Cantor, have dinner at the Art Center’s Cool Café, or bring your own picnic. You can then settle on the lawn outside of Cantor to hear fascinating and informal lectures about leading research from some Stanford’s most esteemed professors. 

All of the talks will be delivered in terms understandable to the lay public.  So bring your family (high school age and up) and enjoy!  The Outdoor Science Series is sponsored by the Stanford Office of Science Outreach and Stanford Continuing Studies.  All lectures begin at 7pm and are free.

Thursday, June 30
Using Fiberoptics and Genes from Algae to Solve Problems in Psychiatry

Karl Deisseroth
Associate Professor of Bioengineering and Psychiatry 
Thursday, July 14
Shark and Awe: The Extreme Life of the Sea

Stephen Palumbi
Jane and Marshall Steel Jr. Professor in Marine Sciences
Thursday, July 28
Infinite Reality: Avatars, Eternal Life, New Worlds, and the Dawn of the Virtual Revolution

Jeremy Bailenson
Associate Professor of Communication

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