Month: May 2020

Ajmer Smart City is instrumental in fight against Covid-19

Ajmer Municipal Corporation (AMC), started taking proactive measure as early from 2nd March 2020, and further issued strict measures from 11th March, the day World Health Organization (WHO), declared the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a global pandemic. AMC sets up Covid-19 War room at Nagar Nigam and is headed by […]

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MISSION SAGAR – INS KESARI AT PORT LOUIS, MAURITIUS

As part of Mission Sagar, Indian Naval Ship Kesari entered Port Louis Mauritius on 23 May 2020. The Government of India is providing assistance to friendly foreign countries in dealing with the COVID-19 Pandemic, and towards this Indian Naval Ship Kesari is carrying COVID related essential medicines and a special […]

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We used to home school

After twenty-five years of service, the Salvageable Family Home School has closed its doors. That’s not bad news—we celebrate the high school graduation of our youngest child and the successful educational paths they all have chosen. All have been accepted into colleges. All who are not currently enrolled have completed […]

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3 Advantages of My Nursing School

Finding the right nursing school to make my nursing career possible wasn’t an easy task. Here are three advantages that helped me choose my nursing school. Nursing is one of the most rewarding and challenging careers and it brings joy to my heart. We take care of people who are […]

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bronwynhegarty doctorate meanderings

bronwynhegarty doctorate meanderings I have been reading this work by Hope Hartman: Hartman, H.J. (2001). Developing students’ metacognitive knowledge and skills. In H.J. Hartman (ed.), Metacognition in learning and instruction. Kluwer, 33-68. Academic Publishers: the Netherlands. I like the models she proposes:Executive management metacognition – plan, monitor and evaluate progress.Strategic metacognitive […]

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9 Skills Employers Are Looking For

Here are some of the top hard and soft skills employers are looking for in today’s job market. In an increasingly digital economy, many organizations are seeking employees with technology-focused skill sets. However, HR and talent executives, as well as other people managers, agree that “soft” skills, such as critical […]

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5 Daily Habits to Help You Boost Your GPA

By implementing better habits both in and out of the classroom, you can set yourself up for success all year. Here are five daily habits to boost your GPA. As a college student, one of your top priorities is to maintain a good grade point average (GPA), but when you […]

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Peer editing in digital and mobile environments

For years now I have been happily using EtherPad based services like http://primarypad.com/ and http://sync.in/ to get participants on the training courses I deliver to work collaboratively to create and peer edit texts. Increasingly though I’ve been having problems with the reliability of the free services these companies provide and the lack of reliable […]

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bronwynhegarty doctorate meanderings

bronwynhegarty doctorate meanderings I have been reading this work by Hope Hartman: Hartman, H.J. (2001). Developing students’ metacognitive knowledge and skills. In H.J. Hartman (ed.), Metacognition in learning and instruction. Kluwer, 33-68. Academic Publishers: the Netherlands. I like the models she proposes:Executive management metacognition – plan, monitor and evaluate progress.Strategic metacognitive […]

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