Month: February 2020

Small Business Management (SBM) Program

If you are an established small business looking to experience increased efficiency, profitability, and support through interactive learning sessions and monthly one-on-one business coaching tailored to your individual needs, the Small Business Management (SBM) program could be right for you. SBM is ideal for small business owners (1-50 employees) who have been […]

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5 Habits You Need for Launching a Successful Start-Up

Young professionals are starting businesses at younger ages than their counterparts in previous generations, according to the 2016 BNP Paribas Global Entrepreneur Report. While Baby Boomers tended to launch their first business around 35 years of age, Millennials are doing so around age 27. If you take a look around Burlington, […]

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5 Soft Skills You Need to Land Your Next Job

Employers are increasingly looking for new hires who can communicate effectively and problem solve in the workplace. To land a job, it’s no longer enough to possess a specific set of hard skills, such as computer programming, machinery, or accounting. These days, companies want employees to come to the table […]

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A Look Inside the Company that Produces the Largest Source of Brewers’ Yeast

By Lynn McIlweeBrewingWork.com In a recent visit to White Labs, a San Diego-based yeast-production company, BrewingWork.com had the pleasure of touring the non-confidential areas and finding out more about the company’s Yeast Vault. If you have the opportunity to visit White Labs—the largest source of brewers’ yeast—their tasting room pours multiple styles […]

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UVM Is: Beverly Colston Helping Students Succeed

The best part of Beverly Colston’s job is helping students experience personal growth and thrive in the community. As director of the UVM Mosaic Center for Students of Color (formerly the ALANA Student Center) for 15 years, Colston’s goal is to create a diverse and rich community of empowered, engaged, and enthusiastic […]

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Today I am going to discuss the Properties of Language in Pedagogy class for I year B.Ed. students.

Definition of the following features of language:Vocal-auditory channel: Human language is produced orally and is received through the ear.Reciprocity: Human beings communicate by sending and receiving signals.Specialization: Linguistic signals have only one purpose—of communication.Non-directionality: Linguistic signals can be picked up by anyone within the range of the signals.How does human language differ from […]

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