Education


 

"The Journey Towards Inclusive Bilingual Sign Language Schools - Case Study of Meisei Gakuen"

Posted by Visual Anthropology of Japan on Thursday, February 11, 2021 Source: https://www.facebook.com/Wfdeaf.org [Author: [email protected] (Unknown)]
Tags: Education, Anthropology, Deaf, JSL, Meisei Gakuen, Visual Anthropology of Japan


Hautelinks: New Shows to Watch This Week, February Designer Drops, Topshop x ASOS, & More

Here's what we're reading on the internet right now.
Tags: Topshop, News, College, Asos


LAUSD explains why it declined to have some employees vaccinated early

A day after revelations surfaced that a hospital recently offered to vaccinate employees at various schools and daycare centers in the San Fernando Valley during a time when vaccine doses are hard to come by, officials in Los Angeles Unified — the state’s largest school district — explained on Thursday, Feb. 11, why it passed on the opportunity. LAUSD was offered 100 vaccination “slots” through a program with Dignity Health-Northridge Hospital Medical Center but declined after conferring with th...
Tags: News, Education, California, Sport, Soccer, Lausd, Valley, Rainforest Cafe, Ferrer, LA County, San Fernando Valley, Kellogg, Los Angeles Unified, North Hollywood, Barbara Ferrer, Los Angeles County Department of Public Health


Education gets little attention in Sona, despite being badly affected by Covid

Ramaphosa says regaining learning time lost to the coronavirus pandemic will be a priority this year, but does not specify how The post Education gets little attention in Sona, despite being badly affected by Covid appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Teachers, Higher Education, Schools, Learners, Openaccess, Blade Nzimande, Cyril Ramaphosa, Ramaphosa, Sona, State Of The Nation, State Of The Nation Address, COVID-19, COVID, TVET colleges, Sa Connect


Watch Prince Perform “Purple Rain” in the Rain in His Transcendent Super Bowl Half-Time Show (2007)

Prince is having an afterlife the opposite of most rock stars. Where the years after death seems to bring our gods down to human size, the more stories I hear about Prince, the more I am convinced he was either beyond human or one of the very few constantly working at maximum potential. But not only that, he also helped others realize their own potential, especially members of his touring band. I hope that’s your takeaway after having watched not just this mini-doc of his 2007 Super Bowl...
Tags: Google, Music, Florida, Hollywood, Fcc, College, NFL, Paul Mccartney, Miami, Prince, Justin Timberlake, Maya, Janet Jackson, Chicago Tribune, Facebook Twitter, Boomer


Sona 2021: Ramaphosa offers a hope that his own party seeks to destroy

The president focuses on the economy and Covid-19 in his 2021 Sona, but his pledge of SA’s rebirth is undermined by corruption and factionalism The post Sona 2021: Ramaphosa offers a hope that his own party seeks to destroy appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Energy, Politics, Jobs, Education, Environment, Economy, Infrastructure, Economic recovery, National, ANC, Cyril Ramaphosa, Ramaphosa, Sona, South Africa (country, State Of The Nation Address, South African Economy


A med student shares 10 ways schools can better attract diverse students to study primary care

Medical schools can do more to encourage students to be PCPs (Author not pictured). FatCamera/Getty Images Darian Dozier is an osteopathic medical student and creator of the medical school admissions blog Melanated and Meducated. She says medical schools can do more to attract diverse students interested in practicing primary care. Recruiting students from rural areas and offering loan repayment options can help lower the barrier to entry.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more st...
Tags: Education, Trends, Healthcare, Nordic, Recruit, Host, Medical School, National Health Service Corps, Medical Students, Dei, Healthcare Workers, BI-freelancer, Contributor 2019, Darian Dozier, PCPs, Darian Dozier Darian Dozier


How to Get Great Teacher Recommendation Letters in the Weird World of Covid

A good letter of recommendation for college is predicated on having a good relationship with your teachers. Pre-pandemic, you develop this relationship relatively organically because you see your teachers daily in school and can engage them in conversation. And they see you in class, working hard, interacting with other students, and responding to the curriculum in the classroom. ...
Tags: College, Educational Consulting, Application Tips, College Recommendation Letter, Teacher Recommendation, Teacher Recommendation For College, college admissions and COVID-19, Be Polite First


What medicine can learn from a poem

On Inaugural Day, January 20th, 2021, Amanda Gorman eloquently recited her poem “The Hill We Climb.”. Instantaneously, she electrified a nation that resonated deeply with her words. For many, she became the highlight of the Inauguration as she revived an appreciation for poetry and the meaning it can create. Through the nuanced phrases and occasional […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, Education, Medical School, PA NP, Amanda Gorman, CRNA


Amazon Favorites 2021: The 16 Fashion, Beauty, & Lifestyle Items I Can’t Live Without

From the best leggings ever to a game-changer for chapped lips, here are all of my Amazon must-haves.
Tags: Amazon, Shopping, College, Sunglasses, Sweaters, Coats, Blazers, T-shirts, Leggings, Mascara


Goldman Sachs and Sesame Workshop pour money into this edtech firm’s newest fund

Shauntel Garvey and Jennifer Carolan liked edtech before the sector was cool, so the duo co-founded Reach Capital in 2015 with a $53 million debut fund. The San Francisco-based venture firm has since put checks into education startups including Newsela, Sketchy, ClassDojo and Outschool, landing six exits so far. Now, after seeing its portfolio accelerate in the wake of the coronavirus, Reach is announcing its third fund aimed at backing edtech startups. Reach Capital III is a $165 million fund, ...
Tags: TC, Education, Sesame Street, San Francisco, Tech, Chicago, Venture Capital, Fund, Goldman Sachs, Edtech, Early Stage, Reach Capital, Owl Ventures, Quizlet, Carolan, Outschool


A Tour of U.S. Accents: Bostonian, Philadelphese, Gullah Creole & Other Intriguing Dialects

You don’t have an accent — or rather, everyone has an accent, but we don’t notice our own, especially if we associate mostly with people of similar cultural backgrounds. For however we might like to describe ourselves, the way we speak reveals who we are: as dialect coach Erik Singer puts it in the Wired video above, “Accent is identity.” Among the forces shaping that identity he names not just geography but socioeconomic background, generation, ethnicity and race, and other “individual ...
Tags: Google, College, Boston, New York City, Pennsylvania, Language, North America, Seoul, Rhode Island, Pittsburgh, English Language, Philly, Facebook Twitter, Ocracoke North Carolina, Blanche DuBois, Scarlett O'Hara


Behold All 42 Maps from Jules Verne’s Extraordinary Voyages, the Author’s 54-Volume Collection of “Geographical Fictions”

Jules Verne’s tales of adventure take his characters around the world, through the deepest seas, even into the center of the Earth—on journeys, that is, difficult or impossible in the 19th century. Verne himself, however, spent most his life in France, writing of places he had not seen. In one apocryphal story, the young Jules Verne is caught trying to sneak aboard a ship bound for the Indies and promises his father he will henceforth travel “only in his imagination.” Whether or not he made suc...
Tags: Google, Maps, College, France, Earth, Paris, Literature, Robert Louis Stevenson, Tolkien, Alexandre Dumas, Facebook Twitter, Jules Verne, Josh Jones, William Faulkner, Dupuy, Durham NC Follow


Radio vs. Podcasting: A Discussion with Jason Bentley (KCRW, The Backstory) on Pretty Much Pop: A Culture Podcast #81

https://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/secure/partiallyexaminedlife/PMP_81_1-30-21.mp3 Jason was music director at KRCW, the LA NPR station, is also a DJ with a lot of experienced interviewing musicians, and now hosts a new podcast, The Backstory. He joins Mark and Erica to discuss the creative and business possibilities of podcasting in comparison to radio, what their futures may hold, and his own journey between the two media. Follow Jason @thejasonbentley. Listen to his ...
Tags: Google, Podcasts, College, Radio, Kristen Bell, Jason, Mark, Facebook Twitter, Erica, Jason Bentley, Bill Rosenblatt, Buzzsprout, Pretty Much Pop, LA NPR, Jason @thejasonbentley Listen, Katherine Luck Hear



Filters
show more filters
June - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
282930    
July - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
   1234
567891011
12131415161718
19202122232425
262728293031 
August - 2021
MoTuWeThFrSaSu
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031