Raquel Neris’s Profile

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Raquel Neris
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About Me
I am a service designer and a learning experience designer. I have worked in different industries designing digital products and facilitating workshops to help organizations master design tools for innovation. I am also the co-founder of Educar 3.0, a start-up that develops games about financial literacy for students in Brazilian schools. Today, I work for the Borough of Manhattan Community College as the OpenLab Student Engagement Coordinator. I am responsible for engaging students and faculty to explore OpenLab platform to learn, work, play, share ideas, and build community. If you are curious about all the things you can do using this platform, send me an email or schedule a meeting here: https://calendly.com/openlabforstudents/60min
Academic Interests
I have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Communication, a Graduate degree in Interaction Design, and a Master’s degree in Communication and Education. Today, I am a Masters student in Digital Humanities at the Graduate Center. In discovering Digital Humanities as a promising pathway to exploring crucial issues in humanities using digital technology, I became curious to know how to use its theories and practices to explore the last mile of technology in cognition and learning.
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Courses

Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers Fall 2022

Mathematics for Elementary School Teachers Fall 2022

Mathematical Ideas for Elementary School Educators provides resources, lessons and collaborative math tasks for students at the Borough of Manhattan Community College. This site was created with support from BMCC’s Open Pedagogy workshop. Photo Credit: Photo by Trnava University on Unsplash

ENG 333: The Short Story — Prof. Goodison

ENG 333: The Short Story — Prof. Goodison

This course acquaints students with the wide range and varied forms of the short story as it developed in America, Europe, and other continents. Readings will include works by male and female authors of different periods and nationalities, and some attention may be paid to the historical development of the short story as a genre, as well as the cultural contexts in which the assigned stories were written.

Eng 201, Comp II, Fall 2022, Clark, J

Eng 201, Comp II, Fall 2022, Clark, J

CUNY First DescriCourse description: This is a course that builds upon skills introduced in English 101. In this course, literature is the field for the development of critical reading, critical thinking, independent research, and writing skills. Students are introduced to literary criticisms and acquire basic knowledge necessary for the analysis of texts (including literary terms and some literary theory); they gain proficiency in library and internet research; and they hone their skills as readers and writers. Assignments move from close readings of literary texts in a variety of genres to analyses that introduce literary terms and broader contexts, culminating in an independent, documented, thesis-driven research paper. By the conclusion of English 201, students will be prepared for the analytical and research-based writing required in upper-level courses across the curriculum; they will also be prepared for advanced courses in literature. I expect serious work from my students, but I think it can be enjoyable as well. This class begins the process of extrapolating universal themes from the material we read and applying them to the conundrum of human experience, in a literary framework, so as to understand our lives as part of a greater pattern of “the condition of mankind.” Works are thematic, not set up by genre. This is a thematic course. it is not set up by Genre (Plays, Fiction, poetry) it is instead set up according to ideas (themes.). Throughout the semester, poems will be introduced as they compare or contract to the themes of the larger works being studied. By the end of this course, you will be familiar with multiple forms of poetry, including Iambic pentameter, Blank Verse, and lyrical, Requirements for Zoom Classesption

BASIC STAGECRAFT

BASIC STAGECRAFT

Basic stagecraft — all areas

FNB 100-0500 | Introduction to Finance | Loren Cohen | Fall 2022

FNB 100-0500 | Introduction to Finance | Loren Cohen | Fall 2022

This course focuses on three general areas of: 1. money and financial institutions 2. business financial management 3. investments These areas are surveyed by covering such topics as value and creation of money, the Federal Reserve System, commercial banks, short and medium-term financing and the behavior of securities markets in relation to financing the business enterprises. For an introductory level finance course, considerably greater amount of attention will be given to quantitative methodology.

Communities

BMCC Faculty Advisors

BMCC Faculty Advisors

Coming soon – a community for faculty advisors

Connections (CENS)

Connections (CENS)

Welcome students – this is your space to help you get connected and to prepare for your fall 22 semester. “Click on Visit Community Site” to get started

Teaching on the OpenLab | Summer 2022

Teaching on the OpenLab | Summer 2022

A virtual learning community for faculty who applied and were accepted to participate in the June 2022 Teaching on the OpenLab. (image credit: “OPEN” by Tom Magliery is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

BMCC Reads

BMCC Reads

BMCC Reads – The space for sharing books, reviews, clubs, films and ideas

MEA Faculty and Staff

MEA Faculty and Staff

This project is for planning and administration of the Media Arts and Technology Department. It is an internal project and has information and resources for the faculty and staff. Please ask to join if you teach in or work with the department. If you are a student or looking for the externally facing department site visit the Media Arts and Technology Department project.

Projects

BMCC Blackstone Launchpad

BMCC Blackstone Launchpad

The Blackstone BMCC LaunchPad network makes entrepreneurial skills and mindset accessible and relevant for all college students and alumni to help them build thriving careers and companies. • Get Inspired • Grow Strategic Insights for Whatever Path You’re On • Receive Mentoring from Career Professionals or Entrepreneurs • Win Prizes • Find Funding • Grow Visibility for Your Venture • Gain skills to Amplify Your Resume for Success • Build Confidence & Community • Gain Easy Access to Our Local & Nationwide Opportunity Ecosystem Our BMCC LaunchPad network propels your success by helping you go further, faster. Connect to a local and national network of mentors, events, funding, talent, job opportunities, and more for the mindset and skill sets you’ll use to build your next-gen career or company.

Citizen Entrepreneur Explorer Program

Citizen Entrepreneur Explorer Program

Program for teaching entrepreneurship as an engagement with the local community.

Business Portfolio Template

Business Portfolio Template

This is a portfolio template for students in Business majors.

Broken English

Broken English

Broken English presents an audio collection of stories of international English students living in NYC.

Multi-Media Template Portfolio

Multi-Media Template Portfolio

This is a Multi-Media Template Portfolio