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What South Korea Teaches the World About Fighting COVID

South Korea initially had the largest number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 outside of China, but new cases have decreased sharply since then. What is the country doing right? asks Doug J. Chung. [Author: by Doug J. Chung]
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Cute Loungewear Looks Inspired by Your Favorite Board Games

Fun and comfortable outfits inspired by your favorite board games!
Tags: College, Loungewear, Fashion Tips, Comfortable outfits


Masks, social distancing, smaller classes could be on tap for California’s 2020-21 school year

The novel coronavirus pandemic will shape what the 2020-21 California public school year looks like, when it begins in a little more than two months. “We’ve learned from the experience of (the 1918 flu) pandemic,” State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond said during an online press event Wednesday morning, May 27. “We know that we can flatten the curve by doing a few simple things,” like social distancing, hand washing and using face coverings. “California is rising to meet that ...
Tags: Health, Education, California, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Jack Dorsey, Local News, Orange County, Southern California, California Department of Education, Thurmond, Oakland Unified, Tony Thurmond, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


Masks, social distancing, smaller classes on tap for California’s 2020-21 school year

The novel coronavirus pandemic will shape what the 2020-21 California public school year looks like, when it begins in a little more than two months. “We’ve learned from the experience of (the 1918 flu) pandemic,” State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurmond said during an online press event Wednesday morning, May 27. “We know that we can flatten the curve by doing a few simple things,” like social distancing, hand washing and using face coverings. “California is rising to meet that ...
Tags: Health, Education, California, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Jack Dorsey, Local News, Los Angeles County, LA County, California Department of Education, Thurmond, Oakland Unified, Tony Thurmond, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


How grit in the face of hopelessness brings out the best of the medical profession

The only drawback to reading The Plague by Albert Camus for the first time while experiencing the COVID-19 pandemic is that I will never get the experience of reading it from a less personal perspective. As the plague in the novel begins to unfold slowly through rat deaths and lockdowns, I recognized my own incredulity […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, Infectious Disease, Albert Camus, PA NP, CRNA, COVID-19 Coronavirus


One-way hallways, staggered restroom breaks: L.A. County releases school opening guidelines

A framework for reopening schools released Wednesday, May 27 by the Los Angeles County Department of Education reveals potentially stark changes to the traditional school day for some 2 million students and their families. The 2020-21 school year redesigned for the pandemic could include: Classroom limits of 16 students Staggered restroom and playground use One-way hallways Cloth face coverings mandatory for all Isolation rooms and emergency plans if students or staff members become ill These ...
Tags: News, Education, California, Sport, Soccer, Disneyland, Gavin Newsom, Ernie Ball, Garcetti, Coachella Valley, Austin Beutner, LA Archdiocese, Runyon Canyon Park, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories Breeze


The Expansive Vocal Range of Joni Mitchell: From the Early to Later Years

It’s quite a testament to Joni Mitchell’s musicianship that her “voice is arguably the most underrated aspect of her music.” So writes a contributor to The Range Place, an online project that analyzes the vocal ranges of popular singers. This is not to say that Mitchell’s voice is underrated—far from it—but her adventurous, deeply personal lyricism and experimental songwriting are how she is most often distinguished from the cohort of 60s singer-songwriters who emerged from the folk scen...
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LIVE AT 2 PM ET | Lead your team toward collaborative problem solving

Add event to calendar In this Big Think Live session with Keith Ferrazzi, moderated by Bob Kulhan, Ferrazzi will dive into management and leadership methods, explaining what it means to "lead without authority." How can we rethink the organizational structures that keep us in unproductive silos and learn to build true teams instead? How can we be more emotionally intelligent in meetings? And, as an exclusive for Edge subscribers, Ferrazzi will teach a lesson on collaborative problem solvin...
Tags: Work, Business, Leadership, Learning, Education, Success, Teamwork, CMO, New York Times, Innovation, Collaboration, Problem Solving, Starwood, Deloitte, Personal Growth, Keith Ferrazzi


Starting medical school in the midst of COVID-19

When I made the choice to pursue a medical school education three years ago, I never imagined preparing to matriculate during a pandemic. After accepting a position at the Icahn School of Medicine in March, processing what came next became muddled in between figuring out how to transition to living and working out of a […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, Infectious Disease, Icahn School of Medicine, Medical School, PA NP, CRNA, COVID-19 Coronavirus


Lead your team toward collaborative problem solving

In this Big Think Live session with Keith Ferrazzi, moderated by Bob Kulhan, Ferrazzi will dive into management and leadership methods, explaining what it means to "lead without authority." How can we rethink the organizational structures that keep us in unproductive silos and learn to build true teams instead? How can we be more emotionally intelligent in meetings? And, as an exclusive for Edge subscribers, Ferrazzi will teach a lesson on collaborative problem solving. Keith Ferrazzi is the f...
Tags: Work, Business, Leadership, Learning, Education, Success, Teamwork, CMO, New York Times, Innovation, Collaboration, Problem Solving, Starwood, Deloitte, Personal Growth, Keith Ferrazzi


Pastel Fashion: How to Wear the Pastel Trend Right Now

Add some color to your wardrobe with these easy and stylish pastel outfits.
Tags: College, Trends, Dresses, 1980s, Loungewear, Pastels, Spring 2020


J.K. Rowling Is Publishing Her New Children’s Novel Free Online, One Chapter Per Day

Image via Wikimedia Commons J.K. Rowling may be the queen of children's literature, but how many of her fans have noticed she hasn't published a book for children in nearly thirteen years? Today's twentysomethings will recall fondly the summer of 2007, when they descended upon bookstores for their copy, or copies, of the concluding volume of the Harry Potter series. Thereafter Rowling, no doubt eager to write for an audience closer to her own age, put out the bleak social comedy The Casual Vaca...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Books, College, Harry Potter, Seoul, Rowling, Potter, J K Rowling, Facebook Twitter, Fred, Wikimedia Commons, Galbraith, Colin Marshall, 21st Century Los Angeles, Robert Galbraith Rowling


This Is What an 1869 MIT Entrance Exam Looks Like: Could You Have Passed the Test?

The late 19th Century was the time of Charles Darwin and James Clerk Maxwell, of Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell. It was a golden age of science and technology. So you might wonder how hard it was to get into one of the top technical universities in that era. The answer, according to this video? Not very hard. At least that was the case in 1869 at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or MIT,  as the young Australian science and math teacher Toby Hendy explains on her excel...
Tags: Google, Math, Education, Youtube, College, Boston, Mit, Cambridge, Charles Darwin, Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Facebook Twitter, James Clerk Maxwell, Alexander Graham Bell, Jacques Derrida



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