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Chichu Art Museum: ‘A site to rethink the relationship between nature and people’

A visit to Japanese art island Chichu is both a meditation and an education The post Chichu Art Museum: ‘A site to rethink the relationship between nature and people’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Art, Japan, Education, Meditation, Nature, Spirituality, Buddhism, Friday, Art Galleries, Openaccess, Seto Inland Sea, Claude Monet, James Turrell, Tadao Ando, Naoshima, Walter De Maria


Group Of Sac City Unified Parents Threaten To Sue School Board For Immediate Full-Time Return

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Tags: News, Education, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, SEIU, Meyers, Byrd, Sacramento City Unified School District, Learning Curve, John Meyers, Sacramento City Unified, Sacramento City Teachers Association, Gwynnae Byrd, Tara Gallegos


LAUSD teachers oppose adding 10 days to school year, union says

LAUSD Superintendent Austin Beutner, right, and State Senator Henry Stern observe teacher Bruce Newborn at Hale Charter Academy, Friday, April, 30, 2021. Middle and high school students in the Los Angeles Unified School District returned to the classroom for the first time in more than a year this week. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Students check in before entering Hale Charter Academy, Friday, April, 30, 2021. Middle and high school students in the Los Angeles Unifi...
Tags: Health, News, Education, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Community, Lausd, Woodland Hills, Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles Daily News, Scott Schmerelson, United Teachers Los Angeles, Austin Beutner, Beutner


Why Anger Makes a Wrongly Accused Person Look Guilty

Too often, people rely on biases and hunches to judge complex situations. Research by Leslie John shows how easy it is to make the wrong call. [Author: by Michael Blanding]
Tags: College, Michael Blanding, by Michael Blanding, Leslie John


LA County’s indoor arcades, playgrounds can open as more coronavirus restrictions are lifted

Los Angeles County again eased its COVID-19 health restrictions on Friday, April 30, allowing indoor playgrounds and arcades to reopen at limited capacity, while lifting restrictions on operating hours for bars, breweries and wineries. Indoor arcades and playgrounds — such as laser tag businesses, ball pits or “bounce” centers — will be restricted to 25% capacity, along with other mandated safety modifications. Bars, which are currently allowed to operate outdoors only, had been restricted to op...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, Government, India, US, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Community, Disneyland, Pasadena, Los Angeles County, U S Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Ferrer


Harrison Ford Gets Delightfully Dumbfounded by David Blaine’s Card Trick

Originally recorded back in 2014, this clip of David Blaine performing a card trick for Harrison Ford went viral this week. (Can we still use this expression in the age of COVID?) Hang with it until the end. It’s worth the 1:50 of your time. Would you like to support the mission of Open Culture? Please consider making a donation to our site. It’s hard to rely 100% on ads, and your contributions will help us continue providing the best free cultural and educational materials to learners ...
Tags: Facebook, College, Willie Nelson, Harrison Ford, Random, David Blaine, Clarisse Loughrey, Magic Trick Orson Welles, Magic Trick Harrison Ford


Great Art Explained: Watch 15 Minute Introductions to Great Works by Warhol, Rothko, Kahlo, Picasso & More

Can great art be explained? Isn’t it a little like explaining a joke? Yet this can be worthwhile when the joke is in a foreign language or an unfamiliar idiom, a long-forgotten dialect or an alien idiolect. Consider, for example, the most common response to Mark Rothko’s monochromatic rectangles: “I don’t get it.” Will perplexed viewers better understand Rothko’s Seagram murals when they learn that “he was found in a pool of blood six by eight feet wide, roughly the size of one of his pa...
Tags: Art, Facebook, Hollywood, London, College, Marilyn Monroe, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Tate Modern, Monet, Andy, Forbes, Mozart, Payne, Josh Jones, Mark Rothko


3 great stress-reduction tips I learned from Jon Kabat-Zinn's mindfulness and meditation MasterClass

Master class; Alyssa Powell/Insider If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Jon Kabat-Zinn, Ph.D., a famed meditation instructor, teaches a MasterClass on mindfulness. The online course covers meditation and mindfulness tips to alleviate stress, pain, and insomnia. It also helped me learn specific breathing exercises and yoga techniques to relieve anxiety. Mindfulness, a key component of Eastern scripture for centuries, came to the West in the l...
Tags: Reviews, Education, Trends, West, Margaret Atwood, Annie Leibovitz, E-learning, Masterclass, Massimo Bottura, Jon Kabat Zinn, Kabat Zinn, MBSR, Product Card, IP Reviews, Education & Personal Development (Reviews, Alyssa Powell


Amazon has a discounted Prime membership for students that packs in all the regular benefits of Prime at half the cost - here's how to sign up

If you buy through our links, we may earn money from affiliate partners. Learn more. Alyssa Powell/Business Insider An Amazon Prime Student membership includes six months free and then a discounted monthly fee. Prime Student comes with many of the perks of an Amazon Prime membership plus college-exclusive benefits. It lasts four years or until your listed graduation date, whichever comes first. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky Prime Student (medium) Students are eligible for a wide...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Deals, College, Trends, Amazon Prime, Back To School, Showtime, Student, Student Discounts, Jpmorgan, Amazon Gift Card, Amazon Lightning Deals, Amazon Prime Student, IP Graphics, Deals (Reviews


New resources on the gender gap in computer science

When it comes to computer science, we still have a lot of work to do to address gaps in education. That’s evident in our latest report with Gallup, Current Perspectives and Continuing Challenges in Computer Science Education in US K-12 Schools. This report is our most recent in a multiple-year series of Diversity in K12 CS education reports with Gallup in an effort to share new research with advocates, administrators, nonprofit partners and the tech industry to continue addressing gaps in comput...
Tags: Google, London, Education, US, Gallup, Computer Science Education, CS First Google, Code with Google, Carina Box, Sahara Jones


‘I am ashamed to say I teach at Klipspruit-West school’

The Eldorado Park school that chased Lesufi away four years ago is still in limbo without a permanent principal and infrastructure is deteriorating The post ‘I am ashamed to say I teach at Klipspruit-West school’ appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Schools, Soweto, Gauteng, Department Of Education, Democratic Alliance, Top Six, Panyaza Lesufi, Eldorado Park, Klipspruit West, Lesufi, South Africa (country, Klipspruit West Interaction Centre, Klipspruit West Secondary School


The Senate minority leader pens a letter to the Education secretary demanding removal of the 1619 Project from federal programs

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is wading into the culture wars Friday morning.
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McConnell sends letter to Education secretary demanding removal of the 1619 Project from federal grant programs

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is wading into the culture wars Friday morning.
Tags: Education, Senate, Cnn, Mitch McConnell, McConnell


Invisible People: Watch Poignant Mini-Documentaries Where Homeless People Tell Their Stories

Over the past year, the story of evictions during COVID has often risen above the muck. It’s made headlines in major newspapers and TIME magazine, and received serious attention from the government, with stop-gap eviction moratoriums put in effect and renewed several times, and likely due to be renewed again. Stopping evictions is not enough. “For many landlords,” notes the United Way, “the order created a financial burden of housing renters with no payments,” and without income, they ha...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, UK, Youtube, College, Life, Los Angeles, Current Affairs, New York Public Library, United Way, Josh Jones, Horvath, Durham NC Follow, Josephine Baker, Mark Horvath, Canada Peru


Dodger Stadium coronavirus vaccine site to close by end of May

Much smaller numbers of people getting vaccinated at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 11, 2021. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Dodger Stadium reopened on Tuesday, March 2, 2021 for distribution of the second dose of the Modern vaccine. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) FILE – In this Nov. 17, 2020, file photo, drivers wait in long lines at a COVID-19 testing site in a parking lot at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The number of ...
Tags: Health, Business, News, Education, Government, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Philippines, Community, Lausd, Pasadena, Times, Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles Times, Usc


Favorable Conditions Never Come

In a sermon delivered at the height of World War Two, a period awash in distraction and despair, C.S. Lewis delivered a powerful claim about the cultivation of a deep life: “We are always falling in love or quarreling, looking for jobs or fearing to lose them, getting ill and recovering, following public affairs. If we let ourselves, we shall always be waiting for some distraction or other to end before we can really get down to our work. The only people who achieve much are those who want know...
Tags: College, Uncategorized, Tolstoy, Lewis, Roosevelt, Teddy Roosevelt, Anna Karenina, Elkhorn, Little Missouri River, Bill Seward, Wilmot Dow Roosevelt


Weekend Sales: 70% off & Other Stories, 60% off Nasty Gal, & More

Here's where to save on beauty and fashion this weekend.
Tags: Deals, Shopping, College


Nerves of Steel!: Watch People Climb Tall Buildings During the 1920s.

Thrillseekers! Are you girding your loins to rejoin the amusement park crowds this summer? No worries if you don’t feel quite ready to brave the socially distanced rollercoaster lines. Indulge in some low-risk vertigo, thanks to British Pathé‘s vintage newsreels of steeplejacks, steelworkers, and window cleaners doing their thing. While these tradespeople were called in whenever an industrial chimney required repair or a steel beam was in need of welding, many of the newsreel...
Tags: Facebook, Gender, College, Life, New York City, Architecture, Vatican, St Peter, Lethbridge Herald, Woolworth Building, Pope Pius XI, Workers Building New York, Trogir Bell Tower


Head of Florida school district home to Parkland shooting resigns

Robert Runcie stands down amid corruption inquiry as some claim he is a victim of political foes who blame him for 2018 massacreThe head of the Florida school district that saw the nation’s deadliest high school shooting is standing down amid a secretive corruption inquiry and competing claims that his downfall was orchestrated by political foes who blame him for the loss of 17 lives.Robert Runcie, superintendent of the Broward school district for nine years, confirmed his resignation on Thursda...
Tags: Florida, Education, US news, Parkland, Robert Runcie, Marjory Stoneman Douglas, Florida School Shooting, Broward School


A Short Animation Explores the Nature of Creativity & Invention, with Characters That Look Like Andrei Tarkovsky & Sergei Eisenstein

A gentleman goes to the movies, only to find a marquee full of retreads, reboots, sequels, and prequels. He demands to know why no one makes original films anymore, a reasonable question people often ask. But it seems he has run directly into a graduate student in critical theory behind the glass. The ticket-seller rattles off a theory of unoriginality that is difficult to refute but also, it turns out, only a word-for-word recitation of the Wikipedia page on “Plagiarism.” This is one of...
Tags: Facebook, Writing, Film, College, Wikipedia, Neil Gaiman, Language, Philosophy, Mark Twain, Quentin Tarantino, Christie, Roland Barthes, Barthes, Helen Keller, Twain, Josh Jones


Florida legislature passed a bill making it illegal for schools to require COVID-19 vaccines - but a long list of shots are already required to attend school in the state

Requiring proof of a coronavirus vaccination is becoming increasingly common as states and countries move to loosen restrictions and open up travel. Jon Cherry / Stringer / Getty Images The Florida legislature passed a bill banning schools from requiring COVID-19 vaccinations. The state of Florida requires a long list of vaccines for public school students. Gov. Ron DeSantis already passed an executive order banning businesses from requiring "vaccine passports." See more stories on Insider...
Tags: Politics, Science, Florida, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Vaccines, COVID-19 vaccine, Vaccine Passport, School, Education



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