“Providing Support for the Well Being of the Community”
Angel of God Resource Center, Inc.
10824 S. Halsted Chicago, IL 60628 (773) 941-4691
Angel of God Resource Center, Inc. will be expanding its services to
10810 S. Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60628.
E-Learning Center, an educational concept will be the next exciting teaching method coming to the community in 2021.
E-Learning: A learning system based on formalized teaching but with the help of electronic resources is known as E-learning. While teaching can be based in or out of the classrooms, the use of computers and the Internet forms the major component of E-learning. E- learning can also be termed as a network enabled transfer of skills and knowledge, and the delivery of education is made to a large number of recipients at the same or different times. Earlier, it was not accepted wholeheartedly as it was assumed that this system lacked the human element required in learning.
According to “The Economic Times”, E-learning has proved to be the best means in the corporate sector, especially when training programs are conducted by multinational corporations for professionals across the globe and employees are able to acquire important skills while sitting in a board room, or by having seminars, which are conducted for employees of the same or the different organizations under one roof. The schools which use E-learning technologies are a step ahead of those which still have the traditional approach towards learning.
STEAM - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics
Angel of God Resource Center, Inc. will be introducing the STEAM framework bringing the five disciplines together to create an inclusive learning environment that encourages all students to participate and contribute. This holistic approach encourages students to exercise both the left and right sides of their brains simultaneously.
“Incorporating the A in STEAM—art—brings in personal expression, empathy, meaning-making and the purpose of what you’re learning,” explains Dr. Kristin Cook, associate dean of Bellarmine’s Annsley Frazier Thornton School of Education and longtime science educator. “It’s the humanizing piece of transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary instruction.”
Dr. Cook notes that all five elements of STEAM come together in a very human experience—an experience that includes not only the planet and the life on it, but also the humanity that fosters its
preservation. “STEAM involves personal problem solving for society and the human experience,” she says, adding, “and the non-human experience as well—the plants, animals, environment.”
We are currently in the process of expanding to a new facility at 10810 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL 60628. This facility will allow the Agency to increase services through the Project NOW (Need of Work); Illinois Youth Investment Program (IYIP), Training Observation Practice (TOP) – automotive training program, Trauma Informed Training (TIR), Science Technology Education, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) Programs to increase our youth knowledge of robotics, technology and arts. This facility will also allow us to fill sixty (75) additional jobs (65 for our youth between the ages of 16-24 and the remaining 10 would be filled by adults). We project to serve an additional 45 through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Job Placement grant request. 250 under the SNAP Community Builders and CURES program and 40 under the DHS Teen REACH YEEP Program component.
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