How to Dress Like You’re in Lady Gaga’s “Chromatica” World

Three alien-chic looks inspired by Gaga's futuristic new era.
Tags: Music, College, Inspiration, Ariana Grande, Lady Gaga, Pop Music, Outfit Ideas

How medical education fails minority students

“You have to work twice as hard to get half as far.” As a black woman, this sentiment has haunted me for my entire life. Minority individuals are consistently forced to go above and beyond to prove themselves, regardless of the setting. Unfortunately, medical education is no different. Black and Hispanic students, often referred to […] Find jobs at Careers by Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, Medical School, PA NP, Public Health & Policy, CRNA

The system in South Africa has its knee on the neck of the youth

The youth of today can learn from the youth of 1976, who rose up and rejected the Bantu education system The post The system in South Africa has its knee on the neck of the youth appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Opinion, South Africa, Rhodes Must Fall, Bantu, Steve Biko, Top Six, South Africa (country, Black Consciousness, South African youth, Fees Must Fall, George Floyd, June 16

The school curriculum has stopped breathing. Let’s bring it back to life.

The role of curriculum planners is to ensure that what students are being taught doesn't become stale and rigid. "The minute curriculum stops breathing, it gets really boring fast," says Heidi Hayes Jacobs, president of Curriculum Designers Inc.Jacobs says there are three necessary questions that designers have to ask while moving forward during and after COVID-19: What should be cut that isn't working, what essential components should be kept, and maybe most importantly, what will be created? S...
Tags: Learning, Education, Children, Youth, Future, Teaching, Innovation, Global Issues, Future Of Learning, Coronavirus, Heidi Hayes Jacobs, Curriculum Designers Inc Jacobs

Engaging online learners 5

Photo from Pixabay This series is about how teachers can improve engagement for online learners (see links below for previous posts in the series). All forms of education require learners to engage, but when teachers and their students are separated by geographical distance, the challenges increase.This post is about improving student engagement in asynchronous modes - which can be forgotten in the rush to connect with video. And yet asynchronous modes of online learning can be as equally...
Tags: Video, Technology, Learning, Education, Writing, Teaching, Practice, eLearning, Don, Collaborative, Maria von Trapp, Distance, Steve Wheeler, Plymouth England, Reflective, Hypermedia

Top public school accused of 'toxic culture of racism' among pupils

Letter from Westminster alumni demands changes to teaching of black cultureMore than 250 former pupils at Westminster School have signed a letter demanding that it combat the “toxic culture of racism within the student body”, promote the teaching of black culture and confront its links with the slave trade.It is one of the first indications that Britain’s public school system is now coming under pressure to follow the example of many universities and examine how it tackles racial and colonial is...
Tags: Education, History, Culture, Britain, Private Schools, Black Lives Matter Movement, Westminster School

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