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Many people are eager to see who will win an Oscar this Sunday. But Emily Dillard’s eyes are on an award she is nominated for at the Television Academy Foundation’s prestigious College Television Awards on Saturday. Fairfax High grad Emily Dillard in Palermo, Italy. The 41st annual event recognizes and rewards excellence in student-produced programs […]

Broad Street Books awards prizes to essa...

Broad Street Books, in cooperation with Selma City Schools, recently announced the winners of their writing contest, “How I Would Make Selma Better”. The first place winner, Reagan S., received $100. “I think of my ancestors who crossed the bridge and what they went through so that we could have equal rights,” she said. “It […]

Kenya: Nairobi Ghetto Art Goes Global

A unique art exhibition took place in the posh suburb of Lavington in Nairobi. The exhibition was specially curated by Wajukuu Arts Collective. In the posh suburb of Lavington, Nairobi, a unique art exhibition is underway. It started on March 16 and will end on April 2, 2022. It was specially organized by Wajukuu Arts […]

Obituary of Bonnie Granius – Green Bay P

Bonnie Granius Allot – A sparkling light that burned brightly – Bonnie Katherine Granius had been a central figure in her immediate and extended family, the schools and organizations in which she worked, as well as her neighborhood and large community of friends. Bonnie, 78, died peacefully at St. Vincent’s Hospital on March 16, 2022 […]

Free Articles Limit Reached – The Waterw

Thank you for visiting the Waterways Journal website. We hope you enjoyed your three free articles this week. As you may already know, we now charge for unlimited access to our content. You can come back next week and access three more free articles or choose unlimited access with a digital subscription and continue to […]

Mykhailo Golod of Ukraine to the players

Mykhailo Golod became a 15-year-old again on Monday. The tall, thin teenager who last week had desperately fled the war in Ukraine with his mother found himself at TPC Sawgrass and was introduced to a hearty chorus of cheers as an honorary observer at THE PLAYERS Championship. Mykhailo Golod, statements “It’s a moment I will […]

Boca Helping Hands Offers Free Health an...

Boca Raton, Florida – March is National Nutrition Month and Boca Helping hand (BHH) continues to promote good nutrition by offering free health and wellness classes and expanding its pantry bag program. “Nutrition is a year-round priority at Boca Helping Hands,” said BHH Executive Director Greg Hazle. “Our ultimate goal is to help our customers […]

Jesuit University professors sign letter...

Sixty-four faculty members from St. Louis University, a Jesuit school in Missouri, have signed a letter to the state House of Representatives opposing legislation to ban teachings about race, gender gender, class and sexuality in public schools. The letter opposes bills like HB 1474 and H.B. 1995which would respectively ban the teaching of Critical Race […]

CTE for me: helping the next generation ...

January 09, 2022 During the Christmas season, many people become nostalgic, remembering Christmases past, especially happy Christmases spent with family and friends or an unusual Christmas. This is especially true for those of us who are in our later years. Since our energy levels are lower, we spend more time sitting, remembering those happy times […]

Harry Turner: Putin went too far; Biden...

Vladimir Putin went too far in his bombardment of a children’s hospital in Ukraine. I studied Russian language for two years at UW-Madison and I have two words (spelled phonetically) for Putin: “Touee Vosh”, which my Russian instructor told me is a worse insult than d to call someone a SOB. It is my hope […]

Students staying after school with an ey...

March 12 – Students at Emmet Belknap Middle School are preparing for the state math and English language (ELA) tests and this year school administrators decided the experience would be a little different. One of the ideas put forward by parents at a recent “raising awareness” meeting was that children who do everything right and […]

Taking a Language Learning Course Can Pr...

Growing up, children often enjoy sleeping and watching cartoons as part of their weekend morning routine. It was not a reality for me. Instead, my mother dragged me to Chinese school. When I was five years old, I was enrolled at the Institute of Chinese Language and Culture in Los Angeles, California. My course, section […]

A new waltz teacher in Burgdorf

Lindsey Rebecca Tellers loves to dance. Growing up in Minnesota, she took every standard dance class for little girls. However, after college she found a new interest, the ballroom. Ballroom dancing encompasses styles ranging from waltz to foxtrot to cha-cha. “It’s a style of dance that we can do as adults, and I didn’t know […]

Immerse raises $9 million to accelerate ...

Immerse recently announced that it has raised $9 million in funding. These are the details. Immerse – a leading virtual reality language teaching and learning platform in the metaverse – announced that it has raised $9 million in Series B funding. The funding round was co-led by the existing investor Eagle Venture Fund and new […]

First Nation ‘devastated’ after elder di

Every morning when the school doors opened to the Ochapowace Nation, Albert Isaac was there in his wheelchair with his smudging bowl, greeting people. The 65-year-old went from class to class to pray and smudge with students at Kakiswiew School, said Nicole Bear, director of education for Ochapowace, a Cree Nation about 155 kilometers east […]

Sentai Reveals Food Wars Season 5 First ...

Sentai Filmworks releases an exclusive English dub clip for the fifth and final season of Food Wars! with a list of voices in English. Sentai Filmworks has released a brand new clip from the upcoming English dub of Food wars! The Fifth Plate. The new footage gives fans an exclusive look at the English dub […]

5 SAP S/4HANA Certification and Training...

As SAP S/4HANA adoption has slowed during the COVID-19 pandemic, enterprises are again undertaking implementation and migration projects to meet the 2030 support deadline for SAP ERP Central Component ( ECC), according to a report by Information Services Group, a research and consulting firm. As more organizations adopt S/4HANA as their ERP system of […]

GETTING STARTED: HeyCray is a social sel...

HiCray HeyCray is an app to help users discover, book and share outdoor adventures and local travel experiences. Founded in June 2021, HeyCray pays a commission to video creators when a booking is made through their content. What’s your 30-second pitch to investors? HeyCray is a video-centric online travel company for Gen Z, enabling creators […]

The Cantonese Language Program at SF Cit...

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – The Asian grandmother in the waiting room at Mission Bernal Hospital in San Francisco had a large purple lump around her eye. Confused, hurt and unable to speak English, she flagged down Alan Wong, an administrator at City College of San Francisco, who was in the hospital as a visitor. The […]

SDSU pulls teacher from 2 classes for us...

SAN DIEGO — For the second time in less than a year, San Diego State University has reassigned a teacher for using racist language in class. The new incident involves J. Angelo Corletta tenured philosophy professor who was relieved last week of his duties teaching two classes, one on critical thinking, the other on race […]

Accelerating children to success | Moun...

January 09, 2022 During the Christmas season, many people become nostalgic, remembering Christmases past, especially happy Christmases spent with family and friends or an unusual Christmas. This is especially true for those of us who are in our later years. Since our energy levels are lower, we spend more time sitting, remembering those happy times […]

How Deer Hollow helped a police officer ...

At first glance, Jared Nesary appears to be an actual GI Joe action figure. He’s tall, muscular, and has a defined jawline and the stereotypical tattoos of a warrior. Jared’s resume continues to paint the picture of a true American hero: United States Marine Corps veteran, 22-year law enforcement officer, SWAT operator, K-9 handler, master […]

FFS under Samson Karebo: Building the bl...

BY ADAGHER TERSOO The recent news of the appointment of DCG Karebo Samson as the new Acting Comptroller General of the Federal Fire Service by President Muhammadu Buhari came as no surprise to many given his record of patriotic and dedicated service to his homeland. . Karebo succeeds former FFS Comptroller General Liman Ibrahim. And […]

Monte Vista Newspaper | Letter to the e...

Editor, I am writing to express my concern over the potential banning of Angie Thomas’ book “The Hate U Give” as well as concerns about censorship of books in general. As a language teacher at Del Norte High School, I see the banning of books anywhere as a threat to equality in education everywhere. I […]

Fay Jones School faculty and staff colla...

Photo submitted A group of faculty and staff from the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design recently released their book, “The Making of Things: Modeling Processes & Effects in Architecture.” A group of faculty and staff at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design wanted to help students become better […]

The college could take place in the meta...

Higher education in the United States is in trouble. Skyrocketing tuition fees and one student debt crisis threaten to make college unaffordable for all but the wealthy. In order to reduce expenses and control rising tuition fees, American universities are increasingly using temporary professors who underpaid, teach a heavy course load, and often lack job […]

Monessen STEM Instructor Wins Scholarshi...

Matthew Strine students at Monessen Middle/High School explored business and technology using 3D printers to create and sell custom keychains and cube-shaped fidget toys. It’s part of the district’s Maker Space program that the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) teacher worked to launch — an effort that won him a $1,000 grant from the […]

A chef co-authored a book on typical Sou...

OXFORD, Miss. (AP) – Chef Kevin Mitchell hasn’t felt that kind of excitement since defending his master’s thesis at the University of Mississippi. After months of research, writing, and editing — much of it during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — Mitchell finally got to see a finished copy of “Taste the State: South Carolina’s Signature […]

Demetrios Liappas, director of the Caloy...

LOS ANGELES – The Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies at Loyola Marymount University has announced the death of Demetrios Liappas, director of the Center from its founding in 1980 until his retirement. The full statement follows: It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Demetrios Liappas on Sunday, February […]

School Board Considers Superintendent Sh...

SIBLEY—Addressing staffing options, including the top job, was the top concern of the Sibley-Ocheyedan ​​Education Board on Monday February 14. Superintendent James Craig sought advice from the board after receiving a request to consider sharing a superintendent position with the Harris-Lake Park School District. The administrator there has accepted another position, and the district would […]

Basma did not know how to drive when she...

“At the traffic lights, go straight ahead. Please don’t rush,” she said. “It’s school time now, so you need to slow down. So drive 35 kilometers an hour, please.” Basma, 40, says that after about 10 lessons, her student is ready to take the next step. “I teach her all about driving and she gets […]

Arts Center Announces March Classes | L...

The Orange Arts Center offers a wide range of fine art classes, camps and workshops for all skill levels including: drawing, painting, ceramics (hand building and wheel throwing), camps summer art for kids and more. Water painting and watercolor reflection workshop Join Peg Sheridan in this full-day workshop on painting landscapes that include water. Peg […]

Wood County principals and teachers disc...

PARKERSBURG — High school principals and teachers spoke to the Wood County Schools Board of Education on Monday, outlining their curriculum and what they offer students at their schools. The principals of Parkersburg and Parkersburg South High Schools, and Williamstown Middle/High School gave presentations, with some teachers, including several from Parkersburg South, discussing […]

Interview with Trina Nicole, champion of...

You might recognize Trina Nicole from her recent standout Nike campaign, where her dynamic image danced across a Piccadilly Circus billboard. Perhaps you have seen and felt seen. Maybe it sparked joy. Or maybe it challenged you. “Seeing diversity in sport and fitness is really, really important,” the body inclusiveness champion tells me. “From the […]

Metrocem to construct Shaheed Minar for ...

Metrocem Group has proposed to construct a permanent Shaheed Minar in the premises of the Nidarabad Government Primary School which has been in demand for over four decades. The foundation stone was laid on the auspicious day of International Mother Language Day, February 21, a press release said. On this occasion, Metrocem organized a discussion […]

Trauma-informed care is spreading beyond...

Today, professionals and service providers of all kinds outside the mental health field are adopting a trauma-informed mindset. Lawyers, yoga teachers, photographers, career coaches, and tattoo artists are learning about the effects of trauma, approaching their work with this new knowledge in mind, and calling their businesses “trauma-informed.” Although mental health professionals take courses and […]

Joy-Anna Duggar reveals Son Gideon’s lea

Progress is the key. Old 19 children and counting Star Joy Anna Forsyth (née Duggar) has revealed her son, Gideon Forsyth, was “a little behind” with his learning abilities and took him to a professional to test his skills. “We went ahead and scheduled a test for Gideon,” Joy, 24, said in a video, which […]

Valentine’s Day School Board Meeting – A

Submitted by John Arbeeny. Two prominent and important actions were taken at the Clover Park School Board meeting last Valentine’s Day. The issue of district discipline (Policy 3241 “Student Discipline”) had been raised at a previous Board meeting (January 10, 2022) by Director David Anderson based on some shocking numbers received in a District FOIA […]

Ukraine’s ‘false flag’: Biden says Putin

Such accusations marked the beginning of a trend. From Chechnya to Ukraine, from terrorist attacks to cyberattacks, Putin’s Russia has repeatedly been accused of covertly committing acts it blames on others. The larger goal, according to some experts and former US officials, is to confuse dueling accounts. The story continues under the ad “Russia can […]

Russian speakers in Ukraine fear being ‘

Debates over language in Ukraine intensified after a 2014 pro-EU revolution knocked Kiev out of Moscow’s orbit – Copyright AFP Javed TANVEER Dmitri ZAKS Kiev driving instructor Andriy Atamanyuk does not want to be saved by Vladimir Putin despite the Kremlin chief’s pledge to fight “discrimination” against Russian speakers in Ukraine. “Never,” said the 48-year-old […]

John Cuppet | Obituaries | The Democra...

Jean J. Cuppett June 21, 1950 – February 16, 2022 CUPPETT– Jean, “Jeanne” (Jerz), Richland, 71, was cradled in the lap of her Savior, Jesus Christ, on February 17, 2022 after a battle with cancer. Born June 21, 1950, only daughter of Walter and Jean (Hamonko) Jerz. Predeceased by his parents, his little brother Andrew, […]

What is an Apple Certified Support Profe...

An IT or cybersecurity professional who needs or wants to support Mac users can qualify for the Apple Certified Support Professional certification. The certification – ACSP for short – verifies your knowledge of the functions of the Macintosh operating system. It also certifies that you can support multiple Mac users, configure key services, and perform […]

Pennridge plans to add personal finance ...

EAST ROCKHILL — Starting with next year’s ninth graders, who will be in the class of 2026, Pennridge High School graduates are all expected to take and pass a personal finance course under a proposal discussed at the the Pennridge School Board Curriculum Committee meeting on February 7. “That’s one of the district’s goals in […]

Canada’s protests baffle a nation of rul

Traditionally, Canadian politics is a fight for the center, not for the fringes of the ideological spectrum. Political analysts point out that the far-right People’s Party of Canada, whose leader Maxime Bernier is a champion trucker protester, failed to win a single seat in last year’s legislative election . But populism is not totally foreign […]

Does the language we speak influence how...

“To have a second language is to have another soul.” – Charlemagne, Holy Roman Emperor —— I remember exactly how I felt the day I was asked to take a test that would determine the grade level I would be enrolled in. I walked into an apartment with children laughing and playing as they waited […]

Walsh University Teacher of the Month: E...

NAME – Elisabeth “Biz” Balizet THE SCHOOL – Saint Barbara and Regina Coeli RESIDENCE – Massillon ALMA MATER HIGH SCHOOL – Massillon Washington High School UNIVERSITY – University of North Carolina at Greensboro FAMILY – Husband of 22 years, Keith, and sons Luke, 20, and Beau, 18. WHAT SUBJECT DO YOU TEACH – I teach […]

‘Pure tenacity’: Taiwanese skier falls d

TAIPEI, Taiwan — When 19-year-old Maggie Lee fell on her first run and missed one of the first gates, it felt like the abrupt end to her first Olympics. The Taiwanese teenager, who competes under her Chinese name, Lee Wen-Yi, was already an unlikely candidate for the Winter Olympics. Taiwan is a subtropical island that […]

Exercise interventions benefit asthma pa...

Although it is known that promoting physical activity can improve asthma symptoms and quality of life – and is even recommended in asthma guidelines – such behavior change is often difficult in due to lack of funding or reimbursement for pulmonary rehabilitation or for other reasons. A recent review sought to understand the effectiveness of […]

City of Oakland | Hiring in Progress: O...

Date posted: February 11, 2022 at 12:01Last update: February 11, 2022 at 12:04 Oakland, California – The Oakland Department of Parks, Recreation and Youth Development (OPRYD) is now hiring for all part-time summer jobs, including Recreation Manager I/II, Recreation Attendant I/II , Recreation Specialist I/II, Sports Official, Lifeguard, Water Safety Instructor and Pool Manager. More […]

‘Thirty Talks Weird Love’ – The Prospect

UTEP professor and author Alessandra Narváez Varela published her very first book last year titled “Thirty Strange Love Talks.” Narváez Varela explains that she created this reverse novel to open the eyes of many and start conversations. Narváez Varela wrote her very first poem in high school titled “Dearly Beloved”, she explains that this poem […]

Michigan Guy Goes Viral When Waiter Brin...

Guess he should be glad he didn’t order a screwdriver off the rocks. This lunch could have been dangerous. Before laughing till we cried watching the viral TikTok below. Let’s not be too hard on the server Buffalo Wild Wings. We’ve all had those times when we screw up. Sometimes we are very wrong. Earlier […]

Start your coding journey with this 3-co...

You can learn how to become a developer and start a new career in the technology industry. This affordable package is a great start. Image: Shutterstock/Africa Studio If you read TechRepublic, you clearly have an interest in technology. But if you have just studied the habits of successful programmers and you haven’t taken the leap […]

Aliʻi who refused to speak English honor

Princess Ruth Keanolani Kanāhoahoa Keʻelikōlani In honor of Mahina ʻŌlelo Hawaii (Hawaiian Language Month), Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani Hawaiian Language College at University of Hawaii in Hilo will host a webinar to share knowledge about the college namesake, Princess Ruth Keanolani Kanāhoahoa Keʻelikōlani. Established in 1997, Ka Haka ʻUla O Keʻelikōlani was named in […]

Confusions, Amalgams and Riddles — Unive

Let’s make sure that these mediated formats are really aimed at facilitating student learning and the construction of procedural knowledge. In his thought-provoking article in The Conversation, “The problem with online learning? It doesn’t teach people to think“Robert Danisch argues that online learning focuses on ‘knowing that’ at the expense of ‘knowing how’, and that […]

UCLA Dental Course Addresses Barriers De...

LOS ANGELES – Going to the dentist can be a stressful experience for anyone, but even more daunting when there’s communication barriers. Due to cultural and language barriers, people who are deaf or hard of hearing often do not have access to effective communication within the healthcare system. Those disparities can lead to misdiagnosis, mistreatment, […]

UCF’s First-Ever EuroScholar Prepares fo

Students usually graduate from high school before they have earned their first college degree, but this was not the case for Faith Sauber. At age 14, Sauber began taking classes at Valencia College through his online high school’s dual enrollment program. Sauber earned her associate’s degree in Valencia when she was 16, and a week […]

Education Reforms Must Not Leave Out Ala...

Through Tiffany Zulkosky, Bryce Edgmon, Neal Foster, Josiah Patkotak, Chalyee Eesh Richard Peterson, La quen naay Liz Medicine Crow and Waahlaal Giidaak Barbara Blake Update: 23 hours ago Published: 1 a day ago iStock/Getty Images Teaching and learning is a deeply personal experience—based in large part on the unique cultures, life experiences, and languages ​​of […]

Sheridan College Announces 2021 Achievem...

SHERIDAN – Sheridan College will recognize its 2021 Achievement Award recipients. Each year, five individuals who have made exemplary efforts in support of the college’s goals and overall mission are recognized as recipients. Individuals are selected on the basis of nominations by their peers. Criminal Justice faculty member Jonni Joyce is the 2021 faculty of […]

Shortage of instructors affecting adult ...

Each year, Sandhills Community College helps more than 400 people return to school after years, if not decades, out of the classroom. But Sandhills’ College and Career Readiness Department now faces a shortage of non-traditional instructors to support these non-traditional learners. The department is not unlike other schools and colleges across the country currently struggling […]

IU Theater To Show Metaphysical Drama “S

The Spanish play “Sueño” will be performed at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. February 10-12 at the Ruth N. Halls Theater. “Sueño” is directed by Daniel Sappington, grad candidate in directing and associate professor of theater at IU. The drama is a modern take on Obie Award-winning playwright José Rivera’s translation and adaptation of the […]

UO’s linguistics department celebrates 5

The Ohio University Linguistics Department is celebrating 50 years of language teaching this school year. In a festive spirit, the the department welcomes 10 virtual lectures this semester that students and faculty can attend. Colloquia feature current professors, program graduates, and former professors giving a lecture on a research topic related to language studies. The […]

When Children Smell Danger – Daily Advoc

By Vivian Blevins Collaborating columnist Although we are aware that the harm caused to our children and grandchildren sometimes comes from people they know, we want to be informed of our responsibilities as caregivers to do what we can to thwart the dangers to which our children could be confronted. The first is to recognize […]

Sorenson Communications is the industry ...

SALT LAKE CITY, 01 Feb. 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Sorenson Communications continues to be the industry leader in training American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters by providing top-notch education specifically designed to improve communication between deaf and hearing people. ASL interpreters help create connection and understanding between communities and supporting their professional development is essential. Last […]

This VR doc shows how dynamic virtual li...

There’s something wrong with Meta’s ads for Horizon Worlds, the social virtual reality app the company hopes will one day be a big part of its current vaporware — I mean In progress — “metaverse”. It’s not that the ads are lame, exactly – although plenty of people spent a day in the field soaking […]

36,000 new teachers receive appointment ...

The government has recruited 36,000 new teachers in public private educational institutions across the country. Education Minister Dr Dipu Moni today handed over the appointment letters to the newly appointed teachers, taking part virtually in a press conference at the International Mother Language Institute in the city this afternoon. The minister handed over letters of […]

Journalist Bette Dam’s epic search for T

In July 2015, Afghan authorities (and others) announced that Mullah Omar was dead. He would have died two years earlier in a hospital in Karachi where he was being treated for tuberculosis, the Afghan secret service said. The announcement initially caused confusion as there had been regular reports of Mullah Omar’s death since 2001, which […]

Stark State College Teen of the Month: G...

NAME – Gabrielle Harris RESIDENCE – plain township THE SCHOOL – GlenOak High School MPC- 4.575 COLLEGE CHOICE – Ohio State University or Purdue University PARENT – Douglas and Janeen Harris DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN THREE WORDS – Attention to detail, attentive, resourceful. SCHOOL ACTIVITIES – Editor-in-Chief of The Eagle (online and print newspaper) and The […]

Exuberant Denver Broncos HC Nathaniel Ha...

When the Denver Broncos fired Vic Fangio a few weeks ago, one thing was made abundantly clear by general manager George Paton: a culture change was needed. Top-down leadership was going to be the focus of the search for the team’s 18th head coach. After having had five different head coaches over the past nine […]

Going from a creature of habit to an eve...

Many years ago I had an experience at the Museum of Modern Art that shook me to my core. At a Willem de Kooning retrospective, there was a timeline of his career that detailed his stylistic changes. He works among other things as a house painter, muralist, abstract expressionist, sculptor, then in figurative landscapes before […]

St. Paul College’s huge cookbook collect

The cookbooks are a window into the heart of America’s history. While textbooks and biographies shape our country’s more scholarly history, cookbooks capture a different perspective, often talking about women’s work, from cooking and eating the family to entertainment. And St. Paul’s College, the only local college with a culinary program, has a collection of […]

PSU comics illustrate the reality of stu...

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Collaborative storytelling project from Portland State University aims to bring about change regarding the narrative surrounding homelessness through ethnographic cartoons based on PSU students’ lived experience of housing insecurity. In partnership with PSU’s Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative (HRAC), Street Roots, and Independent Publishing Resource Center, the project used research conducted […]

Library news for the week of January 26,...

West Fargo Public Library Winter Reading ChallengeFrom January 1 to February 28, join other avid readers in a challenge to read six books and complete activities to explore new genres and authors, learn more about library resources, and discover new hobbies and interests. Sign up today at westfargolibrary.org/beanstack. Wednesday January 2610:30 a.m. Early Literacy Story […]

We met in virtual reality

2022 SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL REVIEW! Seriously, doesn’t it look like we’re about to take that first step in The Matrix? As the world went into isolation during the lockdown, the same world found connections in VRCHAT instead. This digital phenomenon prompted director Joe Hunting to grab his virtual camera and give us an in-depth tour […]

ISIS’s West Africa Province prepares the

Video showing the indoctrination and training of young Africans by ISIS On January 18, 2022, ISIS’s West Africa Province Information Office released a video titled “The Empowerment Generation” (jil al-tamkine).[1] The 27-minute video depicts the indoctrination and training of young Africans at an ISIS training camp called “The Caliphate Cub Institute” (Telegram, January 18, 2022). […]

Community Collaboration Brings Adult Eng...

COUNTY NEWS RELEASE The Mesa Public Library, in conjunction with Family Strengths Network and the UNM Los Alamos Adult Learning Center (UNM-LA), will be hosting a series of free Conversational English as a Second Language (ESL) classes for the public. Textbooks and all course materials will also be provided free of charge. Classes will be […]

St. Vrain Valley School District’s parti

Zachary Schultz was a student at Altona Middle School when his computer science teacher first sparked Schultz’s interest in cybersecurity through a contest called CyberPatriot. “She just said to our seventh grade class, ‘Hey, that’s really cool stuff; it’s basically teaching you how to protect a computer,” Schultz said. “You can go to the nationals. […]

Unlimited Lifetime Learning Subscription...

Learning opportunities should never be wasted and you should never take them for granted. Wccftech will help you get your hands on such opportunities, and we are offering a limited time discount offer on Unlimited Lifetime Learning Subscription Pack with Rosetta Stone. The offer on these subscriptions will expire in just one day, so get […]

A Closer Look at UNF Shakespeare’s Hamle

For the past week, UNF Shakespeare has been performing Hamlet to audiences at MOCA Jacksonville and UNF’s Lazarra Theater, respectively. Their production is unique in that the students were an integral part of every element of the design process, as well as the performance itself. As an example of the creative freedom afforded to students, […]

DVIDS – News – Why I serve: “It’s the be

CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait – Master Sgt. Omar Gonzalez Mena is passionate about helping people. The petroleum supply specialist, deployed here with the 3rd Expeditionary Sustainment Command, has spent much of his adult life teaching; first as an educator on his native island of Puerto Rico, and today as a non-commissioned officer in the army. “If […]

Career advice and encouragement for coll...

Source: Creativa Images/Shutterstock I have taught at a small liberal arts college for over 40 years. I get to know my students well as a counselor and instructor in several classes, and I spend a lot of time discussing similar career choices and important life decisions with them. Many alumni have become lifelong friends, and […]

Pay Only $29.99 For This Web Development...

Today’s highlighted offer goes through our Online course part of the Shop Neowin Deals, where you can save 98% on Web Development Starter Pack 2022. 30 hours of content on CSS, C++, Angular 8, C#, and more! Master the basics of coding, the programming languages ​​and the most used WebDev platforms. This contract includes the […]

Last Tango in Strasbourg…

I may have mentioned this before, but… quite clearly, I must have missed my true calling in life. I should have been a dance teacher, damn it! I should have made good practical use of all those decades of (if I say it myself: BADASS) experience on the dance floor… That way, I might have […]

Heaven is on this campus in Berkshire Co...

During the month of January, we will feature a quartet of popular college campuses who are here in the beautiful Berkshires. This time we are heading to the north of the country because this school has been an integral part of our community since 1793. Williams College is located just off Route 7 in Williamstown, […]

dyslexia center mourns the loss of its d...

Because of Melissa Merritt, some people reading this article might not have been able to do it any other way. Merritt spent 16 years as a director and instructor at the Children’s Dyslexia Center of Western Pennsylvania. For the past 7 ½ years, she has faithfully discharged these responsibilities while simultaneously battling breast cancer. Merritt […]

How America’s Green Berets are forming p

US special operations troops have for decades been deployed overseas to train partners. Such training makes these partners better fighters and helps build long-term relationships. Foreign home defense, as it is called, is one of the most important special operations missions, said a US Green Beret. Loading Something is loading. In October, news reports highlighted […]

Should the knowledge tests before the Ch...

In December, Harvard joined many other universities to eliminate ACT and SAT requirements – the standardized tests that these institutions have recognized will not tell the full story of applicants. Is it time for the aviation industry to follow? The trend of colleges moving away from SAT admissions protocols — albeit primarily for social reasons […]

Coach of the Month: Charlie Rosado

Chess.com’s Manager of the Month for January is Charlie Rosado, better known online as JapaneseTutor! Charlie is well known chess banner, and one of the key characters in the Tournament Arc series. What some people might not know is that JapaneseTutor is a great coach that accepts new students. A dedicated trainer with nothing but […]

Teesside University Academic Land Minist...

An academic from the University of Teesside has been awarded the prestigious Commander’s Medal of the prestigious School of Infantry (SCHINF) by the Ministry of Defense (MoD) after mentoring Gurkha recruits into the British Army. Barry Saccone, Senior Student Success Tutor (Numeracy), worked with Darlington College and the MoD in the Learning and Development Wing […]

‘We’re doing our best’ – Tough two weeks

“There have been times here or there where we’ve had people leave and we haven’t had subs, but it’s never been this long,” said a primary school teacher who wished to remain anonymous. “It’s worse now.” The teacher told her school that reading and math facilitators – who work with students who are behind – […]

New Illinois Football Offensive Coordina...

Photo courtesy of Jimmy Jones/TNS Coach Barry Lunney Jr. talks with Missouri coach Barry Odom during the Battle Line Rivalry game on November 29, 2019. Lunney will take over as the Illini’s new offensive coordinator. With the absence of offensive coordinator Tony Petersen, Illinois head coach Bret Bielema has found a new offensive coordinator: Barry […]

High school students prepare for a caree...

MEXICO – by Jon Longley students train as if their lives depended on it. One day, it could very well be the difference between life and death. Twice a week, a dozen high school students from Oxford County study fire science at the Region 9 School of Applied Technology. In the morning, they pull out […]

Learning Opportunity for Senior Citizens...

The addition of the SAIL program to the Farmersville Collin College campus presents a new specialized learning and sharing opportunity for local and regional seniors. SAILING, is an acronym for SENIORS ACTIVE IN LEARNING. The program, aimed at students aged 55 and over, celebrates its 25andanniversary this year, and its first year at the new […]

Greek Women’s University Club Names 2021

CHICAGO — The Greek Women’s University Club (GWUC) celebrated the organization’s 90th anniversary and the launch of the 200th anniversary of the Hellenic Revolution with the presentation of scholarships to three female students Dec. 29 at Jameson’s Charhouse. Fittingly, the scholarship recipients received prizes of $1,821 each. “In 2021, as GWUC celebrated the 200th anniversary […]

Student excels with Adult Education Prog...

Wiregrass’ adult education program and ESL classes break down the barriers for a student from Venezuela. To free: After moving to the United States from Venezuela, Wiregrass student Adriana Weffer struggled to learn a new language and get the help she needed. “I worked in factories in the mobile home industry and I had a […]

Understanding our culture of DIY fame

Let us now praise the famous men, and our fathers who begot us… (Ecclesiasticus 44:1) “Are you a distinguished person? I ask my friend in a text. “Very,” he replies, quicker than usual. “How did you become distinguished?” I ask, without abandoning my research. “I made a request,” he said. My question for him was […]

Bob Ross’s Guide to Connecting with an A

You may remember Bob Ross, the iconic art instructor and PBS TV host The joy of painting. It’s been over 25 years since his death, but I bet fans can still hear his brush rustle across the canvas. It wasn’t just the artwork that kept Americans coming back for more. Bob’s network noted that approximately […]

Educational and fun possibilities on the...

Instead of staying locked in this winter, here are a few opportunities throughout the weekend for kids to burn off some energy and learn something along the way, whether it’s from books, building robots, or while exploring the great outdoors. At the library Looking for hands-on art and reading opportunities? The Missouri River Regional Library, […]

Greyhound graduate student named New Mex...

Lorynn Guerrero, who will graduate from Eastern New Mexico University in May with a Masters in Educational Administration, has been named New Mexico Teacher of the Year 2022 by the New Mexico Department of Public Education. Mexico for his role as an English teacher at the New America School. in Las Cruces, New Mexico. The […]

Music was the life of Clive Zanda | Loc...

A serious musical innovator and a passionate big brother. This is how steel pan arranger Carlton “Zanda” Alexander remembers his late brother, piano virtuoso Clive “Zanda” Alexander. “My brother was a serious innovator in the field of music. He came back (to Trinidad and Tobago after studying abroad) and he had the awareness to take […]

This web development training package is...

StackCommerce Effective web development involves much more than graphic design. Knowing the code base behind popular websites and apps can help keep a site up and running even under the worst of circumstances. The 2022 Beginner’s Web Development Pack shows you how to do it, one language at a time. Taught by professional engineers, such […]

Andrew Garfield gives an Oscar-worthy pe...

The year 2021 has reminded everyone of the emotional impact that Andrew Garfield is capable of inflicting on any project in which he is involved. Shortly before his surprise return to Spider-Man: No Path Home, Garfield demonstrated a different set of skills in the Netflix production, Tic, Tic … Boom!, which has been performed in […]

Trainer who worked in logistics company ...

An instructor partly employed for his language skills won a racial discrimination complaint after being disparaged for speaking in Polish. Team leader Slawomir Rowinski has been accused by supervisor Neil Wailes of breaking a strict company policy of only conversing in English. The Polish-born instructor told a labor court that one of the reasons he […]

Hawaii Schools Scramble To Cope With Tea...

In Jodi Kunimitsu’s math class at Maui High, student absences have steadily increased over the past week. On Tuesday, the first day back to school for Hawaii public school students after a two-week winter break, a third of the 26 students in a single period did not come to school. As of Wednesday, 46% of […]

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tick Tick Boom 2021

The craze for musical drama films is increasing day by day and here I am with an American biography musical drama film starring Jonathan Larson (Andrew Garfield), a man approaching his 30th birthday, who is doing his best to fulfill his dream of becoming a stage musician. In his quest, he meets many challenges and […]

Brickner: Armor for 2022: Hope – InForum

“It’s easy to harpoon, / More difficult to hope” – Amanda Gorman, of “& So” I find myself drawn into poetry. Mostly verses about hope. “Hope is the thing with the feathers,” said Emily Dickinson. Amanda Gorman’s recent book includes “Another Nautical”, with these lines: Hope is the sweet bird We send across the sea […]

Why Chicago Med’s Crockett Looks So Fami

In the years leading up to his role in “Chicago Med”, Rains appeared in numerous independent feature films: the family fantasy film “AXL” in 2018, “Marjoun and the Flying Scarf” of 2019, “The Romance of 2019” Draupadi Unleashed “and Amazon Prime original” Takes From the Loop “, where he recorded three appearances as Lucas. Rains […]

Millennial mummy discovered by archaeolo...

Peruvian archaeologists have reportedly found a perfectly preserved corpse in an abandoned mausoleum. The mummy was tied with a rope and in a cradle pose, her palms concealing her face. The corpse was discovered around 1,000 years ago in the Peruvian town of Cajamarquilla. With him were the bones of an Andean mammal and what […]

Two events scheduled with new featured a...

Stoughton Parks & Recreation Department’s new star artist Rhiannon Gurley is expected to host two events this weekend. Mom’s Night Out: Inner Diva Collage 7 to 9 p.m., Friday, January 7 Held at the Mershon Cider House, 124 W. Main St. Join other moms who need a break for a relaxing evening without the kids. […]

Young Hispanic / Latinx Patients Face Ba...

06 January 2022 3 minutes to read Source / Disclosures Published by: Source: Hall AG, et al. Abstract 339. Presented at: ASH Annual Meeting and Exposition; December 11-14, 2021; Atlanta. Disclosures: Hall does not report any relevant financial disclosures. Please see the summary for all relevant financial information from other researchers. ADD A SUBJECT TO […]

Findings could pave the way for earlier ...

A new study from UCSF that mapped neural connections in newborns with two different types of brain damage found that the maps looked very different and were linked to significantly different developmental outcomes years later. The study, published today in PLOS ONE and led by researchers in pediatrics, neurology and radiology at UCSF, used diffusion […]

Instructor-Led Language Training Market ...

New Jersey, United States, – The latest report published by Verified Market Reports shows that the Instructor-Led Language Training Market should experience a sustained pace in the years to come. Analysts looked at market drivers, restrictions, risks and openings in the global market. The Instructor-Led Language Training report shows the likely direction of the market […]

Winter’s Tale: Divina Galica | GB team

Forget the Olympics: The ultimate test of determination, Divina Galica discovered last summer, might just be to drive a Hyundai Sonata RV through the narrow barriers of American highway toll lanes. The deceptively difficult maneuver is enough to infuriate any road trip, but the Briton behind the wheel was not your average driver – she […]

SBS language | At 19, Zhila was told sh...

She was 19 and studying for a bachelor’s degree in economics in Shiraz when she was diagnosed. While growing up with a visual impairment, Dr Hasanloo told SBS Persian that she always tried to hide her disability. But by the third year of her university degree, her eyesight had deteriorated to the point that she […]

Fall 2021 graduates make the most of the...

Eunice Brevil was hired as a full-time teacher even before she graduated in education. Photo submitted. When it comes to student success, it is not easy to paint a representative picture of the talent of a particular promotion. Out of more than 1,000 degree applicants in December 2021, a few have risen to the top […]

The ones we lost in 2021

Here are some of the notable people who have died in the past year, in alphabetical order. The Rafu Shimpo expresses its sincere condolences to all who suffered losses in 2021. Our hearts are with you. Jacqueline Before, 81, on December 1. A philanthropist known for her support of art and the Japanese community in […]

Health Notes: Vaccination Site Opening H...

The DOH-Citrus changes the schedules of the vaccination site For January 2022, the Citrus County Florida Department of Health (DOH-Citrus) COVID-19 vaccination site will be changing the hours of operation. Moderna, Pfizer and Janssen (J&J) vaccines are offered by appointment or walk-in from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday through January 14 […]

Once upon a time … bedtime stories were

Around 10 p.m., Lindsay Colford settles into bed with the drawling, soft voice of Matthew McConaughey, who is about to take her on an audio journey through the cosmos until she falls asleep. Some nights the sound of Harry Styles delicately reciting a bedtime poem echoes off the walls. And other evenings, Régé-Jean Page calmly […]

Master American Sign Language for just $...

The Hill may be compensated and / or receive an affiliate commission if you purchase through our links. Is learning a new language on your 2022 resolution list? There are endless benefits of understanding a new language. American Sign Language opens many doors and helps you converse with a brand new audience. And thanks to […]

China extracts data from social media fo...

China maintains a nationwide network of data monitoring services, according to the report. (Representative) Washington: China is harnessing Western social media to provide its military and police with information about foreign targets, according to a new report from the Washington Post. This revelation was made following the review of hundreds of Chinese tender documents, contracts […]