Technology in the hands of great educators can be a life-changer for students. It enables educators to grow beyond linear, textbook-based learning and engage students meaningfully. Educators can prepare meticulous lesson plans through a plethora of online resources and educational websites - to enhance virtual learning experiences. It also gives educators a breather from routine administrative tasks that add little value to the quality of classroom instruction. Any tool that saves time and effort of educators ultimately propels the education quality further. AI tools can support educators by enabling automation of admission, learning, tutoring, assessments and feedback sharing. MOOCs can extend the reach of learning materials to all and have been enabled by cloud computing. School leadership must realise the need to be open to embracing new innovations. … [Read more...] about Can New Education Policy boost tech adoption?
Giving your child up for adoption
We don’t know which is sweeter: Andrew and Joc’s love of @KelloggsUS PopTarts, or the bond these two share! We are thrilled that Andrew has found his forever family with his best friend and new brother, Joc, and the Gill family. Thx @WSMV for sharing! https://t.co/OystsoBfwd pic.twitter.com/1w0uqDLtcc … [Read more...] about WATCH – Boy’s Dream to Be Adopted Comes True: ‘He’s a Part of Us’
Schools will welcome back students who have previously been shielding unless they are in a local lockdown area with specific shielding restrictions or have been specifically advised to self-isolate because they, their family or a close contact has Covid-19. … [Read more...] about Can a child go to school with a cold or cough? Coronavirus rules explained
The letters you will be reading today, concludes the first batch of contributions from our readers. As I stated yesterday, we cannot afford to go to sleep even for a moment on this issue. We must articulate our position and argument and continue to give it the publicity it deserves until our demands are met. So, if you have sent in a contribution and are yet to read it here, just relax, your’s might be in the next batch to be published soon. And if you have not and are wondering if you can still send one in, please note that there is no time frame for which contributions must be sent in. Our address remains: [email protected] we look forward to reading from you. Thank you! … [Read more...] about Re: Much ado about child marriage (2)
Dubón has connected with some in the Honduran community in the U.S., and the Schornick family is grateful he has been so compassionate with their son. Josiah has pictures of Dubón in his room and, of course, the bat, and did a school project on how to make baleadas. … [Read more...] about Giants’ Mauricio Dubón makes wishes come true for Honduran child