Author Archives: Ramona Martin

Ecobank gives 20-year educational grant to child artist

Nike Popoola. Ecobank Nigeria has said it has adopted a child artist, Waris Kareem, by signing an agreement with his parents for educational …

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Educational Research Competencies For Analysis And Applications Student Value Edition 10th …

Educational Research Competencies For Analysis And Applications Student Value Edition 10th Edition by Gay, Lorrie R., Mills, Geof Textbook .PDF Download archived file. Download link: ow.ly/a8kC309oaBX#58b424c3eaf09 Tags: Educational Research Competencies For Analysis And Applications Student Value Edition 10th Edition by Gay, Lorrie R., Mills, Geof Textbook .PDF Download Popular file formats: ePub (.epub); eReader (.pdb); […]

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4 Interesting New Updates in Google Apps (G Suite)

January 20, 2017Over the last few weeks, G Suite (formerly Google Apps) has released a number of interesting new updates covering some of its major apps especially Google Sheets and Google Calendar. if you have missed these new updates, below is a quick over of what has been released so far. 1- Insert and delete […]

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A Collection of Some of The Best Web Tools and Mobile Apps for Creating Educational Timelines

January 9, 2017Below is our 2016 collection featuring some of the best web tools and mobile apps teachers can use to create educational timelines. ‘The great thing about timelines is that they can be incorporated in the teaching of almost any subject. Students can use them to conceptualize events and visualize processes. They can also […]

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Educational interventions to empower nursing home residents: a systematic literature review

Daniela Schoberer,1 Helena Leino-Kilpi,2 Helga E Breimaier,1 Ruud JG Halfens,3 Christa Lohrmann1 1Institute of Nursing Science, Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria; 2Turku University Hospital, University of Turku, Turku, Finland; 3Department of Health Services Research, School for Public Health and Primary Care (CAPHRI), Maastricht University, Maastricht, the Netherlands Purpose of the study: Health education is […]

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Editorial: Ohio should pay for results

In a conventional brick-and-mortar school, you can walk inside and see how many students are sitting at their desks and receiving instruction. In an online charter school, you can’t. And that is the crux of the battle being waged between the state’s largest online charter school, the Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow, and the Ohio Department […]

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Term-time holidays may mean an educational price to pay

LET’S hope that all those local parents who decided to take their children out of school during term-time adopt a realistic approach to their offsprings’ education. There has been a sharp rise in these figures with a record number of parents being fined. Whatever your view of fining parents for this, it’s still classed as […]

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Here Is An Excellent Interactive Tool to Use in Reading and Writing Activities

March , 2016Readwritethink is an excellent provider of free educational interactives to use with your students  in class. We have already reviewed a number of these interactives in previous posts and today we are adding another interesting tool called Graphic Map. This is a great web-based tool to help students in their writing and reading […]

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Humane Educational Society's Second Chance Thrift Store Extends it Hours

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (WDEF) – The Humane Educational Society’s Second Chance Thrift store announced it will extend its hours to better serve its customers and to raise more funds for animals in need. The new operating hours take effect Tuesday, April 12th. The new store hours are Monday-Thursday 10 a.m. through 6 p.m., Friday-Saturday 10 a.m. […]

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8 Excellent iPad Story Books to Enhance Your Kids Reading Skills

March  7, 2016Here is a set of excellent storybook apps to help you improve your kids’ reading skills. These story books are specifically designed for young learners and are full of beautiful visual illustrations, animations, and pictures. Kids will get to immerse themselves in reading engaging stories narrated in professional ways that will hold their […]

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MOU to increase educational opportunities for Navajo

Navajo Times | Krista AllenRita H. Cheng, president of Northern Arizona University, and Martín M. Ahumada, interim president of Diné College, sit before attendees Monday afternoon to sign an inter-institutional memorandum of understanding between the two institutions. FLAGSTAFF Diné College on Feb. 29 signed an inter-institutional memorandum of understanding with Northern Arizona University aiming to […]

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Teaching abroad: 'Volunteers had little educational benefit to the kids'

<!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–><!–[if IE 9]><![endif]–> Sarah Pycroft, who set up an intensive training course for volunteer teachers, plays tug-of-war with school children in Cambodia. Photograph: Sarah Pycroft I was a qualified teacher in the UK and I decided that I wanted to travel. I’d heard about how you could make a real difference by volunteering […]

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Report From the Student Privacy Frontlines: 2015 in Review

This year the fight to protect student privacy hit a boiling point with our Spying on Students campaign, an effort to help students, parents, teachers, and school administrators learn more about the privacy issues surrounding school-issued devices and cloud services. We’re also working to push vendors like Google to put students and their parents back […]

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Educational Director

Sheltering Arms (formerly Episcopal Social Services) strengthens the education, wellbeing, and development of high-need children, adults, and families across the New York metro area. We serve nearly 20,000 people a year from the South Bronx to Far Rockaway. Through compassion, innovation, and partnership, we respond to our community’s greatest needs and enable individuals to reach […]

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