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SNHU Teams Up with the LA Galaxy to Build Homes for Habitat for Humanity Los Angeles

SNHU Teams Up with the LA Galaxy to Build Homes for Habitat for Humanity Los Angeles

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We’re in a community that is thriving and to just think that families are going to be in here just in a couple of months is a really exciting time. We are here with alumni and current students, the LA Galaxy Foundation, Mission Continues and Habitat for Humanity working on these six houses for the […]

Exploring new Graduate Schools of Education (nGSEs)

Exploring new Graduate Schools of Education (nGSEs)

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People think it’s important to think about how the nation’s teachers are educated, but they don’t agree on how teachers should be recruited, how they should be prepared, and how they should be socialized into the field of teaching. Our study is about nGSEs or new graduate schools of education: Teacher preparation programs that have […]

Sadhguru Answers 10 Questions Every College Student Has

Sadhguru Answers 10 Questions Every College Student Has

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Sir, how do you know that the person you are with is the right person for you? How to overcome laziness and stop procrastinating? Despite being surrounded by so many people, we still lack that feeling of belonging to somebody… How do you recommend today’s youth to be focusing on building true passion… Superscript: Sadhguru […]

Online tool finds best textbook prices

Online tool finds best textbook prices

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>>Narrator Emilie Howlett, UH Manoa student: The University of Hawaii Bookstores, with a location at each of UH’s ten campuses, is not just talking the talk when it comes to providing the best prices possible for textbooks. It’s walking the walk by providing a value comparison tool that shows UH Bookstores prices alongside the prices […]

Gender stereotypes and education

Gender stereotypes and education

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As children there is no limit to what we believe we can become but as girls and boys, we are steered in different directions growing up. This is because of what we call “gender stereotypes”: traditional ideas about what boys and girls can or should do. They are not always obvious but stereotypes are everywhere. […]

Why You Should Take a Summer Course at Waubonsee | Waubonsee Community College

Why You Should Take a Summer Course at Waubonsee | Waubonsee Community College

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I chose to go to Waubonsee cuz it offers quality education at a good price.>>The campus is really nice and all the teachers are really friendly.>>Well, there is a great sense of community here and no matter who you are, you’ll be able to find somewhere to fit in.>>The teachers, professors are really nice, they […]

Online Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership – Colorado State University

Online Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership – Colorado State University

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I think it’s important to have a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership because our campuses are shifting and changing. Some of the issues that our college campuses are facing are different than what I faced when I was an undergraduate, and I think it’s important to understand what kind of changes we can make to […]

COMMUNICATION for HEALTH EDUCATION

COMMUNICATION for HEALTH EDUCATION

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Hi…………welcome to abmbbs………today’s topic is “Health Education & Communication”…..This video is based on the “ COMMUNICATION for HEALTH EDUCATION” chapter from the PARK textbook of Community Medicine…….. so…..what is communication??….Communication is a 2 way process of exchanging ideas between 2 people…….this… is the communication process….the sender…..sends the message….via the channel …to the receiver……the receiver can […]

Using Twitter effectively in education – with Alec Couros

Using Twitter effectively in education – with Alec Couros

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Using Twitter Effectively in Education- with Alec Couros Alec Couros discusses Using Twitter Effectively in Education So Twitter has actually been one of the really interesting ah, tools in…. in the classroom, and I’ve seen ah, through a number of years I’ve been on Twitter since about 2007, and since then I’ve seen this huge […]

Improving education: Kenya

Improving education: Kenya

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The news is all over town now that a new education curriculum begins in Kenya this year. The ministry of education applauds the efforts by Oxford University Press in supporting these initiatives through the development of the ‘Teacher’s Companion’. This is a book with what is needed in the new curriculum. It’s like a bible […]