35 Burst results for "EDU"

Borrell: EU to hit Myanmar officials with sanctions

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Borrell: EU to hit Myanmar officials with sanctions

"The E. U. is hitting me on mall officials with sanctions following a seizure of power the bloc's foreign policy chief Joseph Burrell says the EDU is penalizing the officials accused of being involved in a military coup on to the fun and cracked down on protests is that followed we're going to take sanctions against eleven persons involved in the cool and under pressure many of the demonstrators the minute treatment to help prevent it Myanmar's parliament convening on Feb we won and claimed the last November's elections won by the pro democracy party in a landslide with tainted by fraud in the face of persistent strikes and protests the junta has responded with an increasingly violent crackdown and efforts to limit the information reaching the outside world I'm Charles the last month

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge is a new 16-bit beat-'em-up

Game Scoop!

06:52 min | 7 months ago

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge is a new 16-bit beat-'em-up

"Needs to Turtles shredders revenge. Who thought this one coming nobody. I drink turtle's brawler stuff. Still right and that's like the one type. Eternal game that gets made besides japanese. Yeah i action games not good once. Yeah i mean yeah. We hope it's good. It has good pedigree behind it. Trivia games The guy did the one. I enjoyed last year. Very much panzer paladin. What like. I was not that interested in this because only because so many of these throwbacks end up being disappointing. Right like you're so jazz and exciting. It comes out and it's fine. You know and then and then and then it's over but this one every single portion of the announcement. I'm mike okay. Okay developer like good like they're hitting all the right notes. I could not be more jazzed. I think this is going to be the one that like actually delivers on the promise of like what. Sort of a modern throwback can be. Well yeah except that it's it's being Published by dot edu. Who last year brought a street bridge. Four which is also another great modern classic broader exactly johm. It looks so cool. it's reg. I'm not a journalist guy. So i'll i'll connect to this on the brawler level. It streets ridge four had anything that was like kind of like a meta gain. That kind of like did something. Brawlers didn't like an rpg system like mercy ransom or like castle crashers or anything like that. It had an interesting scoring mechanism. Where the longer you went. Without taking damage higher your score would go which is kinda cool and a stressful to me. I liked it. It also had a really really great animation. Of course herbals game is going for classic. Look like it is a sequel to the original turtles. Arcadian nearly nineties Our producer is writing me. That turtles in time is so much fun now. I played all the early turtles brawlers. they're fine. I played them like crazy. When i was a kid. But you guys know how i feel about brawlers need something extra or just too boring other. Otherwise it's good for you know ten dollars worth of quarters in the arcade galway's grant them that but i don't want that in my home and even with four people i'm gonna play through once maybe and it was to see all the cool pixel art and stuff so that'd be nice in this and i'm sure it'll be interesting but back in the day brawlers were cutting edge graphics. There's nothing that looked as good as them. And that was the reason for me to play them like run racers were first coming out not gonna play daytona usa ever again but i was pretty excited about daytona usa. When it was at a bank of machines in the arcade. I'll close up ten dollars in quarters into this machine. But i won't buy it for ten dollars. I wouldn't do that. It's the arcade experience in your with your friends and you're like how long can this quarter get mean this round. How much have improved since my last order experience. Exactly yeah maybe something will modify a cabinet and we can all play together to extreme or something in the future. that'd be cool way to experience. What if the game free but every time you wanted to play again at cost you asked about that. And nobody's really done. The twenty five cent per game system microsoft tried doing that with xbox live arcade border per play. It was something like that. We had to pay each play of these classic arcade games. Oh yeah one of the castle. Vania games like that. One of the xp la's spinoffs. Maybe joe was the castle vania. Excellent spin off that was like that zoom in and zoom out one which is was the cooperative one. That was really cool. I don't remember the pace anyway. You are right sam. I beat dragon and the arcade back in the day. But only because my grandpa just kept giving me quarters eventually my sister and i just four star way to our way to the end of the game where you bany or jimmy. I'm a lifelong me. There are only jimmy on the eighty. S yeah i think it's corrected or it was originally correct in their arcade The i have like a little kid. I had don't really fun. Time at the arcade playing with a friend through the simpsons. Game those my best brawler Experience we had happened to come in to a ten dollars in quarters or something. We got last boston. Did not beat the las boss. Still never finished the simpsons but it was so exhilarating and so illuminating to go through the first couple levels which costs you a buck fifty. Probably in the next couple levels which cost you probably four dollars and then the last boss which cost you four dollars by itself adds up in the set of funny way. It's it's you know it's those. Were designed to your quarters. At a point where people stopping go competitive with quarters and getting high scoring with pacman staff and of course the next era of arcades we all know with street fighter two competitive stuff that wet bridge of high tech brawlers like you know as corner starting with call it by the way. Yeah i actually have. I have a lot of affinity for brawlers. Who doesn't everybody loves him. But like you're you're completely right that. Although i do have an affinity for them like they're kind of garbage in like you know the bosses have invincibility frames and Just lockable moves. And just you know total screen wipes and like clearly like a super high level of skill. That stuff isn't a problem but for like everyday people like they just become impossible to the point. Where like you said. They're designed to you. Know to continue. Yeah so but that's why seeing them come. Home is so exciting. Because then they don't have that limitation that requirement on the commercial side on the on the capitalist side like they can just design a really really cool fudd brawling fighting combat system without the need for a bunch of bullshit bosses that That i can afford another quarter. That's casper crashers. I think they did a good job with it. Yup tina this announcement anything for you In the sense that i played like the early nineties. Konami think version the arcade version back in the day. So i had the same fondness that anybody else would just Having an opportunity to to play multiplayer game when that's a reality in the future at some point when you can sit down on a couch next to a friend and actually play the stuff. I'm also not a huge brawler fan. There's a level of consistency in sameness to them. After a while when you play them back to back. But i loved. River city ransom. Um so. there's definitely some affection in my heart for the genre overall.

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How to Become a Google Certified Educator

The Teachers Impact

02:58 min | 9 months ago

How to Become a Google Certified Educator

"If you're a teacher that's been using google classroom for the past year or previous years and you have not been certified. Then you need to do this for the purpose of this podcast. I'll be talking about google certified educator level one. The first thing you need to do is to set up an account with google you can go to. Edu dot google dot com. What should their teachers center to set up an account. Once you have your account you can register for test. However i highly recommend that you complete the fundamentals training on their website. It will take some time. It took me about three to four weeks to fully complete the training. Then if you have a google account you can practice the skilled in the fundamentals training in your account to help you prepare for the test. There are tons of other paid. Google trainings out there. But if you really take your time and work at the fundamentals training it should be enough. Technology is completely brand new to you. Then an additional chorus may be needed based on your technology level. You could also try the practice questions to test your knowledge to see if you're ready for the exam all right so you've gone through the fundamental straining and you feel prepared. What i want you to do is to register for the exam. It is only ten dollars and that is a bargain compared to other certifications when he registered for the register for the as you complete the training so that you don't forget what you have learned and again if you don't practice what you have learned and the fundamentals training. The test might be difficult. You will have to demonstrate what you have learned and able to do with their knowledge of google applications. You may need. All three hours allotted to take the test based on your skill level. So make sure that you practiced testing. You've registered you've practiced and it tests. They is here. I want you do the test at a time of day. When you're most focused for me that is early in the morning. The less distraction do have the better the other thing i want you to do. Check your work to make sure you complete it all of the steps of the task especially if you have a lot of time left. This is one mistake i made. It only took me a couple of days to get results. But once you finish intimate the exam google will notify you when you can expect your results

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Episode 51: When Did You Think You Were Right Only To Find Out You Were Wrong? - Steve Leads Off

F That Noise

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Episode 51: When Did You Think You Were Right Only To Find Out You Were Wrong? - Steve Leads Off

"Yeah this is easiest this easiest one for me. Man go ahead numb my first marriage. That is without a doubt. That's i was thousand percent on that and fuck is wrong and now that was proven wrong. Really fast yeah also was that he was young off. The wedding was the reception. Was great vinny on jamie running around the dance floor with the video camera in people's faces fucking jet dot. Edu ever getting mad at me though you get mad at me that night. Ask because probably told me matter. Well

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Me media. We know this time of michael has really strained parents. Strain our families has strain our own patients even the most educated people trying to their own children at home and and i just educated people that are able to work freely at home or from home matters having to go to a job and then having to come home and be a teacher in two. We know our time have been strained. Family lives have been strange but we are dedicated to building a model that not just changes. Are you'll village round the insulate children in the community so that they can be successful with lifelong learners. And yeah we need you. We need to be a part that we need you to come out here your voice we have parent meetings coming up and so we need. We want to be involved with one collegiate to make that dream and then be clear. We'll go live. One collegian is not down raid public school system. Because i know we know that those teachers are no schoo- the nose parents aren't doing the very best and they came amid no doubt about that. There's a lot of progress being made a very challenging situation for teachers are working hard and those who been in those schools. Teachers parents are working. They're doing their bit. Administrators are to leisure what we're going to jet offering. Parents a turned public school education. And so the school place for your key. Then try and give us a chance. Good information. I have some cousins in amazon community. I think they'll be happy. They'll be welcomed to to see just a new organization in there for education. I think they'll like to be that we've been hearing my community and they've been excited about our mission and how we plan to carry it out differently on farm to market. Where are their family dollar. We're not gonna somebody store. We're talking to parents and everybody that we talked to is really been excited to see the things that we want to bring to the community and the ad we we're excited to share more. We even appear meeting coming up on monday with virtual because of because of kobe. Wanna keep your faith while we have a virtual meeting coming up on monday when we get to go through pieces of our schools design and feedback from the community. And say what do you think about this. Is this something that you want to see. And and how can we make this better happily partner. Better hacker weepy up better organization that support everybody and to meals this point. We are part of a partnership it takes a whole lot more than one will be a part of movement. You got family down. And now you have no reason not to come down and do some cash from my. I got so. That is done. By as i like to say how. Come on monday bali events. So where can i guess. Fine you at dr mcgowan. We can be found at one collegiate dot or are we also on facebook one collegiate. Houston my email me. Christine mcgowan one. Two weeks ago or we can put that information happened. Well i had both of you. I have the opportunity to work to dynamic young people who are truly unchanged the court the education data take very proud of all the work the board it commitment dedication that you have to the you. I got you down. Thank you both. And i enjoy working with both of united. I've been great things in your future. So y'all keep up the good work normally be about the time. Why close off the show but let me just go ahead and stay active minutes. They're not only. Do i offer you say my life. When i was in that school district. I didn't think that. I was opposed to and i think it was because of your mentor. I really appreciate for me. And that's what import came. Subscribe to our flipboard. Edu podcast magazine with so much kirk and weasel around out there. There's only one storytelling platform. That helps you keep calling and stay informed and inspired slipping cure as the world's story so you can be smarter than your work life and choose from thousands of topics to personalized board and the best stories from best publishers at experts deliver to you. Twenty four seven get started now and flipboard dot com libor fan. Thanks sticking with me on his episode. i want to give a special thanks to christie. Mcgowan dr michael milstein. Talk with this about starting charter school. Also limb give a huge shot out to a landlord and crystal vanderbilt for the editorials on a flip leading. Educators blog member to subscribe draft flipboard magazine flipboard dot com also would like to wish everybody a merry christmas and a happy new. You please subscribe to our podcast educator. Par castle globally everywhere. Missing the podcast till next time family..

Cryptocurrency and Domains: Real Estate in Cyber Space

Bitcoin Radio

04:54 min | 11 months ago

Cryptocurrency and Domains: Real Estate in Cyber Space

"Was listening. Talk about domain. That how you view them as as real estate in cyberspace almost as well as a fixed asset like you find correlations. They're not to get to deviated from cutting your story but like when you look at bitcoin you see any parallels domains or about digital scarcity only one person can own the word voice on the dot com network so the dot com is like the main chain dot. Edu a secondary chain dot io or or dot org. These are all secondary change but the dot com was the primary domain chain. Only one person own voice. One person can own strategy or wisdom or mike or michael and early on. I was very obvious to me that if you owned domain that people understood that they could spell that they could type. That was a much better idea than having the company which is hard to spell and hard to type like imagine. Misspelling a word today as the name of your company it used to be marketing. Guys would say misspell the word. So it's unique but if you try to type a misspelled word into your browser. The spell checker corrects it. So you gotta like a won't correct voice won't correct mike and it won't correct strategy but it will correct strategy with two is and so you can't name. Your company's strategy with two is a why because you can't type it into the browser. It was very obvious to me back. Then that only one person could own the word wisdom on the dot com work. I and they were dirt cheap so i thought i mean not. I couldn't buy from nineteen bucks. But i could buy it for one hundred thousand dollars and if you had one hundred thousand dollars lying around you could buy the word wisdom well. How many people know demeans couple of billion how many people have been taught for eighteen years to the meaning of wisdom and how to spell with them. So you're talking about there must be two three four billion people on the planet that actually know how to find you. If you're sitting on the wisdom domain so so that was the idea behind domain scarcity relates to bitcoin because bitcoin is about digital scarcity all crypto so bitcoin is the main chain dominant chain. I mean there's a theory and then there's car donna and there's llosa and everything else that falls off it's not unlike dot com is the dot. Edu is dot io is the dot. Tv walk clearly. You want to be on the main chain if you can and you want to own scarcity and so i got excited about it back then. Here's what i thought like. If you have the word voice for the next thousand years voices going to mean voice in the english language and if there's ten billion human beings to learn how to speak english even if they spread all the way across the stars voice is going to be voice. And what's what's great about a brand well if you name your company or your product that thing and if a billion people can hear it in one second remember it spell it type it find it valuable. I mean that's worth a billion dollars to own tone a fundamental word on the main chain. So that's why. I bought them and held them. And eventually i sold voice for thirty million dollars last year. I didn't want to but it's the highest quality ears right. Yeah i did. It's the highest price. Anybody ever paid for naked domain. And i kind of wanted just to create a comp and the market so people would realize these things are valuable so the next one goes for one hundred million and the next one goes for five hundred million and the next goes for a billion. But you're talking about owning the english language. What's that worth just like. Bitcoin is about owning one. Twenty one millionth of everything. There's ever going to be like what's that worth right. If more than twenty one million millionaires. Everyone can own a bitcoin right. The only issue is is is dot com the main chain and is bitcoin. The main blockchain right. And what makes it the main one. Well at the fact that everybody uses it. What makes it the main one. And so of a billion people go there first and if they end their conditioned goes to google dot com amazon dot com apple dot com facebookcom numbers going to facebook dot tv so so once you get hundreds of billions or trillions of interactions on a main chain it becomes dominant and that becomes a dominant network. And so i got into that.

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Gratitude to Improve Your Mental Health

The Daily Meditation Podcast

04:12 min | 1 year ago

Gratitude to Improve Your Mental Health

"Many studies on gratitude have shown that it's one of the best ways to feel happier and more joyful. Most of these studies have been done on people who are already. Pretty happy. Pretty peaceful people. But I came across some research that shows that people who struggle in particular with depression. Sadness. And anxiety. Can improve their mental health significantly by focusing on one factor. Gratitude. This is from an article by Greater Good Dot Berkeley Dot Edu. And it's called out gratitude challenges, you and your brain. New Research is starting to explore how gratitude works to improve our mental health by Joshua Brown and Joel Wong. So this study was conducted on a group of students again, three hundred of them. who were at a university who are seeking mental health counseling at the university. And they recruited these participants just before they began their first session of counselling. They found that. The majority of people who were seeking counseling at this university struggled with issues of depression and anxiety. So they randomly assign them to three groups. All three groups. Received Counseling Services. The first group was also instructed to write one letter of gratitude to another person each week for three weeks. The second group was instructed to write about their deepest thoughts and feelings about negative experiences. The third group? was required to do any writing activity. What they found was that the students who? wrote letters of gratitude reported significantly better mental health four weeks twelve weeks after their writing exercise ended. So this study, the authors claim suggests that gratitude writing can be beneficial not just for healthy, well adjusted individuals but also for those who struggle with mental health concerns. In fact, it seems according to the article that practicing gratitude on top of receiving psychological counseling carries greater benefits and counseling alone. Even when that gratitude practice is brief. So, this week, you're going to explore how to unleash gratitude to improve your mental health. Now in each weeks series. You are issued a challenge. This is a challenge I encourage you to do every day. And your challenge this week. is to. Reach out to someone and let them know you're grateful. This could be done by text by phone call by email. or by writing a letter to the person. To Express. How grateful you are. For being in your life or for whatever it is, you truly feel grateful for in regard to this person.

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Whatever that is that low-level energy. They'll be able to overcome that a lot faster than we do. But anyway in the book, they still wakes up and sees Ross knock it out. We couldn't anyway in the book Baylor wakes up one morning and she's having some worrisome thought because she started I'm in school. So she wanders whether or not kids will like her how she she sit with Avalanche all the things that we worry about those were dead. We have one starting something new but once it gets the school or teacher introduces her to the hand Hub. And the handheld is something I used to do with my boss preschoolers and kindergarten students when I was a teacher and if they were upset about something that would have been put their little hands inside of mine and I would look them in the eyes and I would say so you feel bad and maybe go in the book. That's a that's the hand Hub. But I extend on that hand hug and the teacher says to Baylor when she when she Embraces the hand hug. She says would like to take a hand hug home with you and Baylor's is thinking how can I take my teacher's hands home? But there's the future takes out a notebook and Baylor will Trace her hand off. And so that day the teacher talented her to look for everything that brings her Joy everything that makes her happy and write it inside her hand hug. So by the end of the day Baylor's told her hand hug is completely full in her will worry bubbles have faded away because now she's not so focused on the negative things what she could perceive as negative, but now her Focus has been shifted to all the good things that's going on around her. And so it's really a story about gratitude kindness and sharing that kindness with others because at the end of the book Baylor gets on the bus and now she is she sees another student who has the same worrisome thoughts that she had the day before and she introduced herself and then she holds out her hand just like an art teacher did and she introduces that little girl to the hand-held. So the idea is that the handheld is being passed around as we see kids that are having a difficult time. We're teaching them the power of gratitude and how those things can just transform. Day, man, that's a that's an amazing story. I would still but I'm pretty sure is copyrighted. I'm thinking about it for it. Don't I'm sitting here thinking about what is going on right now. We have lost the power of touch. So many of us are just so agitated and just so on edge and it's the power of gratitude. It's the power of Summer Mentor person coming in and and just reminding you of what your purpose exactly I'll send you a copy of both the books. How about that? Hey appreciate y'all got assigned to me y'all autograph that so I can put in my collection. I appreciate hey, so where where you can share that with your students for sure most definitely I will sit down and read Psalm. You know what you know, what's powerful. I'm in high school and so reading a story to a student is powerful that's powerful off. Most definitely I will definitely use that most definitely so where can I guess find you read my website is Nikki. And I'm also on Twitter and Facebook Nikki fear. What's next for you? Miss. As we wind down our podcast? What's the next thing for you? Who knows? I'm just being Guided by what God gift to me off. But definitely more speaking engagements. I've been doing a lot of speaking virtually like everybody else but no matter where I am going to bring the energy. So I would love to do more speaking engagements. I'm not writing any more books. As a matter of fact. I have another children's book coming out probably near Christmas and that one is titled kindness is contagious to handle a virus. So I'm gonna be writing and speaking and I'm going to continue to transform mindset which will transform lives and and that's what it's all about. You know what I know you walk Because like I told you from the jump. You're not going to let me live that damn. No, I'm not no not but hey, I want to thank you for coming on the show. Thank you for letting us do the show and we really appreciate you. Can you send me your address and I'll put you a couple of books in the mail. How about that? Okay, that's even better. All right. Thanks. With so much content wheezing around out there. There's only one storytelling platform that helps you keep calm and stay informed and inspired skip forward clipboard curates the world story said you can be smarter in your work life and plays choose from thousands of topics to personalize Flipboard and get the best stories from best Publishers and experts delivered to you 24/7. It started now at flipboard.com Sabor fam, thanks for sticking with us on this episode. I want to thank Nikki Spears for talking with us about the beauty underneath the struggle. Once again, I want to give a huge shout-out to Aileen lahlor and Crystal vanderboom for the editorials on the flip edu Educators blog also a special shout-out to patients Edwards for spreading the word about our podcast. Remember to subscribe to our Flipboard edu magazine or flipboard.com. Also, please subscribe and share our podcast with an educated Choice colleague are podcasts is available globally and everywhere you listen to podcast next week. 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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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How can we safely reopen international borders?

Coronacast

05:02 min | 1 year ago

How can we safely reopen international borders?

"So there's been a lot of talk in the last couple of days about the international border and particularly from the Prime Minister says that international rivals from safe corona virus countries could avoid Herta quarantine and instead of going into Mandatory Hotel quarantaine people from those countries could go and do it in their own home. There's been quite a few questions about this coming through it. ABC. Dot Net dot edu slash corona cast including one from Kathy who says, what does Norman think of the PM suggestion about that Safe Countries Avoiding Hotel Quarantine? So this is an a nuanced, not easy problem to deal with. So there are some countries which do have very low prevalence of the virus. There's not many of them by the way, but there are some in which case you have people quarantining at home. You probably have large numbers quarantining. Technology rights even from paces with slightly higher prevalence. You only one person to get out by the way and spread the virus and you've got a major outbreak on your hands. So there is a risk they are, but you could have ankle bracelets which people could pay for, and that would be cheaper than hotel quarantine for two weeks you could have geo location on your phone you could. Have fines for giving you a phone to somebody else. But you've got to be able to know that the police whoever's going to administer canister this at huge scale, but it's possible to do that with modern technology. So it's not a bad idea and it could loosen top and it could listen up for international students particularly if you add rapid testing to the equation, but we don't ask that. Level of imposition from the government on ankle bracelets for people who are infected domestically and I selecting at Harmon we've we've spoken about this on chronic hospital four but also kathy also makes the point that one of the countries named was Japan which had more than four hundred cases on September twenty eighth alone, and she says as a Melbourne Ian in lockdown she's furious because as as you've noted, Norman that it only. Takes one case to to start another wife Yes. So you've just got to be very, very careful and this is not something you could turn on tomorrow. This is something that's got to have an infrastructure in place to make it manageable and to be as fail safe as it possibly can be. The Abbey's reported a couple of experts saying that it actually could work one was Robert and the other was paid calling. So. Do you think it's worthwhile though like if wages taking only a few countries admittedly with low A. numbers that it would help or is it just sort of opening up this slow step towards making it back to trying to get life back to normal? One way that you could do this is open it up to lure countries, get the system, right get a working with ankle bracelets or however you're going to do it get the systems in place and do it with relatively few travelers from Lewis places while Hotel Corentin is going on in parallel you could actually compare the two and see what the rate. Of positivity is you could combine it with rapid testing before you leave when you arrive and the middle of the of the quarantine periods, you could do this at scale with international students from Laura places like China one assumes that China at the moment Israel Risco that you can't be sure. So there are ways of dealing with this, which is not. That all of a sudden on the fifteenth of October hypothetically just starting to do this you might just ease your way into it learn how to do it in a safe way, and then you could scale up quite rapidly. Having said that you got to experts saying this is a good idea not not really a problem and you go professor Rhino, McIntyre Who's been pretty accurate predictions right through this Pandemic University of new, south Wales saying well, numbers would soon overwhelm you and you be able to cope. It does seem a bit strange talking about international arrivals to Australia win still many state borders are getting better but they're still closed. I mean you couldn't come down and visit me in Tasmania at the moment. But I'd have to quarantine. You'd have to come visit me through the window. You're right. But INTERNAL BORAS WE'LL start opening up your already. See a bit of relaxation in. Western. Australia with Corentin. NEW APP which they think is going to work in terms of how are monitoring people. Technology is the answer here, which would include I think rapid testing. So moving to Victoria, the numbers have been falling in recent days the average fourteen day data graph, which we all love looking at every single day continues to fall, but it does seem like healthcare workers are still getting infected. Yes and just today the updated healthcare worker numbers, and so the last week there have been twenty four H. Care Workers Nurses one doctor one, paramedic one allied health professional infected. So they're still comprising a fairly significant percentage of the. Total cases in Victoria and shows that there are still problems there and the thing is that there are catching up with numbers. So the numbers coming through very orgy complex cases you've got healthcare workers suddenly increasing you don't win there were infected the numbers from Victoria I'm sure they are trending down, but they are not as said this again and again they're not as transparent as they luke. Okay.

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Former Blackboard CEO Aims to Bring New Features to Zoom Classrooms

Equity

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Former Blackboard CEO Aims to Bring New Features to Zoom Classrooms

"The former CO founder of blackboard, which is a learning system that I don't know if you guys used in college I, used it to check grades and syllabi. You don't like it. Alex terrorizes putting thumbs down on the. Echo version of software ratings I mean is blackboard was notoriously bad. Even ten years ago I can't imagine it's gotten better well, well, thankfully, the CO founder has you know he went to actually precision Hawk which is a drone startup left dot in January is now onto his new company class EDU and their first product is not. So casually called class resume for everyone listening I. Suggest reading my story because the demo does a really good job and I won't be able to do as Greg Griffeth job but the features are basically creating zoom if it was genuinely belt for teachers to lead a class beyond kind of a one on one discussion, which is kind of how Zuma's right now. So some of the features all run to them really quickly as. A teacher can kind of launch live sinement quizzes and tests. Then it can see students complete them. We'll also seeing their desktop few you've to give permission, but we can debate on if that's too much power or not. It can also kind to class or music class, which is good for early learners. Its structure kind of puts the teacher on the left and let's students toggle between different views of the. Friends assignments they're talking about, and then finally it lets students reach out and ask a teacher a question and of do a one on one zoom with them on the side in case there shy and don't want to talk in front of the whole class. So it was a little the big features

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Clean Up Your Dog Poop

Phone Taps

04:59 min | 1 year ago

Clean Up Your Dog Poop

"Nursing get started today at e CPI Dot. Edu. took. Elvis durant phone tap right. Let's just hop into the phone tap today the phone tap starring Danielle Manera. All right. What's it all about Christine emails and says, my mom walks her dog and never picks up the poop. Please call her and tell her that the people and they are upset about this. She loves her dog and she will not be very happy you love doing. Hoop phone taps poop. POOP is your friend. Hero Daniel doing the phone tap let's listen. Shall We? Looking for Leslie please breaking. My name is Cheryl. And I'm calling from the neighborhood. And people will have been really upset with you about your Chihuahuas. Won't. Yeah because you're letting them poop on everyone's lawn and you're not cleaning up after the not to know it is true that true yeah and you know there's a lot of people who are actually putting a petition together to have you get rid of the dogs. Got To be kidding me kidding you. They're like little tiny rats in the first place and you're letting them just poop anywhere. They want in the neighborhood. I'M GONNA make sure from now on that I can pick up every little single. That is there. A little too late to pick up the POOP. That's there because we have pictures of just leaving the poop and walking away listen you know what do you want me to do? Now I'm work I don't have time for this. So I cannot talk to you. I'm working on getting the poop out the neighborhood. All right. Well, I will make sure that from now on. Think picked up what about the pictures I have right now hello. That's my hope is now a better time I look I don't have time for this right now. Okay. Like I, said, I'm make sure that from now on every single poop is picked up and nothing is going to be left around and but also make sure that you on everybody else's dogs to make sure that there's no big dogs pooped all over the place because I found plenty especially even in my own front lawn. That the dogs around the neighborhood don't Poop as much as your dog. Okay Goodbye. There's little poops everywhere. Listen enough is enough I do not have time for this I don't care what you have time for. You know what I have time for I. Don't have time for stepping on Poop and getting it on my brand new. Manila. Blahnik. That's what I don't got time for all really listen first of all if you own a pair Manolas, you wouldn't believe in the neighborhood. Okay I spend all my money on right goodbye don't know right me goodbye don't hang up on me again. Hello. Dr Profit may help you. Yes. You can help me. You can stop picking all come on now in Belleville enough please. Give me answers that I'm looking for that. I WanNa know why you would let your Chihuahuas poop all over the neighborhood. How many times do I have to tell you? I do not do that and like I said from on I will strictly make sure that if in case I have left anything behind that, it will be picked up. Okay and guess what I also know you don't have a license for those two months and you know what I have. Them pick up like that. Okay. Then you know what you do, whatever you need to do and just leave me alone. Why are they so important to their dogs what do you care I do care I'm concerned citizen of the neighborhood. Okay good. So then you should be watching for other things and shootings and things that are going on in the neighborhood instead of constantly watching my dog okay you but you know what? That's already been there in the pig. Anymore, anywhere it has been we've got pictures of you walking away. Fine okay. Limit admitted say you're right I am not going to omit any I walked away from poop just say I walked from like I said if you do what you need to do and stop calling me at my job. Okay. Say I Anything. Say I walked away from poop no I'm not gonNA say that because that is not so but it is. So I have picked. Do whatever you need to do with your pictures. From, Pope don't you have anything better to do I'm not going to admit to that because I did not. All you have to do is say I walked away from poop. It's very simple. Listen please enough. Let me alone. Okay. This is a doctor's office. I don't have time for your. Enough. Is Enough. Yeah. This is exactly what you've been leaving around the neighborhood. I'M NOT GONNA say a walk away from poop. You're. I. Believe. That I am not going to say it. said. You want to

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"One person can assist and curate magazine. An example of that is how we use awfully board EDU. Park. has magazine I have three curator's or to other curator's that helped me with the magazine, which would be a good friend, stacy boodry and Janette spire they also add. Educational articles to artfully aboard magazine, and this is a good magazine simply because we all curated at I think it's a really good example of how people who are interested in education could put articles in most of the articles that op flip in i. read later also I'll see something on the news or something on channel and I will flip into the football magazine and read it are bring it out to teachers shared all my all social media accounts simply because it's really good information. I love getting my news from Flip Board simply book another reason simply because it is just all they're like is all the major channels are there and is so diverse will organize within the magazine. Liz Great. So when I shared the magazine people, can you know access the information they can tap on it, get more information and also join a worldwide discussion kind of similar to what I talked about and the last point that are brought up with the creativity situation. And last but not least, there is the communication portion of LIBOR, which is amazing simply because you can communicate with flip board in several different ways by communicating with audio by communicating with video by communicating having students to create videos. A really cool idea is that you can have students to go to flip grid dot com and create individual flip grade videos. Take those flip videos have the students download demented their google drive or their one drive, and they ensure that link and then send those videos to the class and have a class discussion. So if you're on a zoom or if you're on a teams meeting and that's an activity, the students were going to go research something at present it and then. Put them in groups, and then allow them to present their information through video, and then as everybody is presenting certain topics, have the students peer review each other's work. Oh my God that is a huge Jesse a huge tactic that really works really well in education. As you can see I, love the board I, love using it. To help teachers think about ways to incorporate the foresees if you're not using it instruction, I'm telling you once you go on with it, it's GonNa be really cool also on a school level as a principal is a really cool way to tell your story I know I'll put my podcast in here but why not create your own podcast and put inside of Your Own floorboard magazine? And ensure that your community and highlight some of the great things is happening in your school especially with some of the negativity that is facing around us going to school how parents are a little apprehensive and students are apprehensive and teach their apprehensive. They need a really calm cool collected voice a share, your story inside of your own flip were magazine and I know people were really enjoyed. Well I want to thank you for listening to me because I can go on and on about flew aboard but that is the end of our show on. Thank you for listening. Hey, and if you have any creative ways that you use Laborde, go ahead and share with us. Now, there is a flip were chat that is on Wednesdays at two, pm, with the flip. Board Edu chat, and we also have our Flip Board magazine Flip Board Edu podcast magazine go ahead and share join us and we can communicate there you guys have a great day. So much. Weasel around out there there's only one storytelling platform that helps you keep calm and staying farming inspired slipped. Bit Boy curates the world's story so you can be smart in your work life and. Choose from thousands of topics to personalized. Against the best stories from best publishers at experts deliver to you. Twenty, four seven get started now and flip board DOT COM..

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"I. WanNa. Talk to you about the magic bullet of instruction. So what is more important to a school than teaching and learning. You know there's so many things that teachers have to do Bush duty lunch duty lesson plans, call parents, talk to students I P's specially. There's so many things that a teacher has to do but the most important thing sometimes, it not necessarily focused. A holding all schools, the most important thing. Behind Safety. Is Teaching and learning in a school as a matter of fact, seems like sometimes that can be put on a burner. Now, you may not agree with me that teaching and learning is put on the backburner your school however, I'm GonNa say in some places that I was is that the last thing we actually talked about was, how can we improve our teaching and how can we improve what our students are learning? I think that when that conversation becomes on the forefront, then some of the other problems that we are actually dealing with Dan specifically are taking care of it seems like a lot of times some people and clued in myself. Now, nominee administrator can get to the point to where you can't see the forest for the trees and have to stop and remind myself what is the most important thing that our students are GonNa need the GonNa have to be able to regulate their own learning and then our most important asset in our school. What is going to keep teachers in the field of teaching it is enhancing their teaching. The more effective teacher is the more fulfilled they will be. The more fulfilled. The teacher is then the more fulfil de Learner ease so I like to look at the magic bullet sword I like to call if there is a magic bullet or something that will lease cut the lawn specifically for teaching and learning is incorporating the foresees of education. So the I see that I like to talk about is critical thinking and can I use critical thinking when I'm determining and floorboard soggy a practical way to use a critical thinking assignment using a flip ward magazine I you WanNa create a Liberal magazine Laissez topic. I'm going to use a science topic of formations as something that we're going to critically think about I am going to put in this magazine a series of pictures probably before and after. K. Before and after just different rock formations and. Engage. My students to think critically by asking students questions about these pictures that I've posted in his magazine. I want you to describe for me what you see in this picture. Now the reason why you're doing that is because you want the students to analyze the picture and pull out the evidence and then have them type what they see in the compensation, all the Flit Board magazine, and what that does is it bills a comet so their students can see what other students are writing. And therefore formulates a class discussion simply just by using the APP. Now, here's something that you may not know as a teacher is that you can share a private magazine students or you can share a public magazine. So my first thought is that if I were you, I would share a private magazine. I would ask an application based question Look at this picture give them a Senate stem so that they can start their writing and that they can focus their writing of just analytical wings of rock formations and talk about how what? Do you see how does one pitcher relate to the other and in a magazine? Not think that that right there is a very engaging way to use critical thinking and of flew aboard magazine. The next magazine that I was share is a creativity magazine. The couple of ways you can do this creativity by using floorboard You can't show students works being creative and share with parents. You can also have a magazine that you would make public so that anybody who has the Co can see it. You can share on. Social. Media? You can share on on any flip board share on Google plus You can share it on twitter you share on. FACEBOOK surreally cool way to do it of students being creative in the classroom just random creativity acts and let students use Google docs to take a picture of something that they did. That was that they felt that there was very creative and let them write a seven sentence description of what they felt was creative. So what you're doing near twofold because not only are you asking students to be creative before you're asking him also to write and analyze the my first example about critical thinking to ride and analyze how and why they were creative put that in a magazine and they share with the community. You also can generate a qr code from the link from the clipboard magazine and just post at around the school in different areas and go on a gallery walk take students on a gallery walk, and then have the students use the devices where they were scandal Qr Code, and they can look at other students creativity as as an inspirational who or as a gallery walk around out to get students up and moving especially if you're going to be in the classroom and. You need to take a mass break students are GonNa be going to school would mask and what better way to get students binds focused on education especially during a mass break or rest areas to have them bring their device have them scan qr codes that maybe are around a way that students are GonNa be resting and relaxing it's really cool or and then also to if you are in order setting, let's do comment on other creative ideas or something that students felt were creative. I think a very powerful tool about flip board, which is which add to the discussion of of any class is allowing students to peer review each other's work and to talk about it and just a not necessarily all off talk topic. But slightly off topic of conversations where students can be report with each other, it doesn't always have to be about science doesn't always have to be about math. It could be slightly off topic however, just something that will come rotary in the classroom. On the next thing I like to talk about is collaboration. How can dunes collaborate do floorboard which is really cool. Flip Board has a tool that allows you to share your magazine with other students. So on the flip war main page where you're online or are you on the APP, you can click the share button. When you click the share button, then it allows you to share a link for. people to view the curation league. But right next to that, there is an invite a contributor and in by inviting a contributor more than.

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"To showcase to work cure rate meaningful discussions and use it as a tool to target instruction. Also highlight practical uses clipboard that increase student's ability to communicate collaborate the critically and be created. So without further ado, let's collaborate, communicate and educate with the best educators in the world right here on Flip Board Edu podcast. Ladies and Gentlemen Welcome to the show today I'm GonNa, talk to you about how I got started with Flip Board. I got started with Flip Board through an amazing teacher I actually stolen. This is really how I got started I'm going to tell you the story apostolate it was a great story so I was. Getting Ready to go to a Science Department Meden I just got a job in for being is D- to coach basketball and to teach aquatic CISE was a great job for me because I got a chance to work with Hall of fame coach Righty Courtney, and I was very excited I was going to have a new talent pool. Come from Houston Independent School district. I was really looking forward to a just a another avenue in my career and I was put on an amazing science teen the students that I were used to. Come from different socio economic backgrounds. So the students that and for being could basically afforded device. Mrs Win devices were new and They were trying to figure out what works best and. So. I was always on a look off new things specifically and the back of my mind. One thing that I really was always on the lookout for was a tool that can showcase what I was doing in the classroom. While my students are learning wanted a big problems at that particular time was when administrative came and did a walk through in my classroom, they really couldn't see what the students were learning. There was really no visual way for me to show that the students were engaged in what I was doing a lot of times when they did walk into. The classroom which is really look like the kids weren't paying attention I wasn't teaching the students were just owner devices, and if a an administrator had not been you know schooled on how to evaluate on my like that you can end up with a poor evaluation. So I was did without leading the back of my mind I'd always had an idea something that I actually wanted anyway. So Kim back to my story Lisa feuer was teaching chemistry. She was my lunch partner. We would all eat lunch together sometimes at Lisa was getting ready to go. she would be there the next day and she was like, well, what I'm GonNa do is I'm going to put some chemistry articles that I want our students to read and I was like, wow, that's an amazing thing. You know how you're going to get the students to read because that was one of the initiatives that the school was trying to focus on it. She was like I'm GonNA use board. Now's like flip board never heard of football. She's like Oh. Yes. A really cool tool that you can put articles in. Can just flip through and just read articles. So. I saw the way she used her classroom and not stolen. I use it with my aquatic science. Students quickly became one of the most useful tools that I have ever used in the classroom number one simply because it's a beautiful APP in his fouled on android and IOS devices which Mason. Amazing. At that particular time I don't think it was on the web year, but it was something. That was filed on both devices solves great as device agnostic I can use it for any student. Another thing that I liked about flew board at that particular time was I could generate a qr code and when people come came into my room now, I could point the administrator to the Qr code and I could say, Hey, here is the Qr Code Floor magazine and that administrator would be. Able to pull up the resources that we would have that for students. So that was a really cool thing for me to show that dish shortly after that flew aboard allowed, you start start to be able to make magazines and security. So what I would do is I would have my students to write a newsletter per se of the action or activity that we were doing in class. and. Then, I would have those articles flipped into the floorboard south specifically, I use google docs and Google docs gives you a you are L. linked to share and I would have students to write their articles in Google Docs at using the article typically then I would share their stories to the floor magazine and share no stores to the flip were magazine I. Would they ensure that out to the? teachers and excuse me I share those out to the parents of those students and to the administrators via Qr Code on the door when they walked in so they can see you know exactly what we're doing what was the newsletter? So that was my product. And I'd never ever ever would have been able to use floorboard if it wasn't for Lisa foil I don't think. Lisa. Gets the proper amount of credit. For me still in her idea actually teach there's really no such thing as still is just really borrowed So I definitely want to always give Lisa feuer the chemistry teacher at George, Bush, high school credit for turning me onto flew board and having great ideas and from there it. Just took off because it's so many things that I could do with my students. From example here's one that you can do with yours and the COVID era students are. GonNa be looking for ways to just unwind and a really good cool way to do. It is to share a magazine full of music and was really cool as I like the station on Youtube called Chill Hoppe and as good study music Nice Mellow Music Kinda beat. No, words Nice Melodic melodies as so what you could do is curate a couple of those chill hop songs and put those in a Flip Board magazine and call a study music shared that music with your students from the floorboards magazine and tell them that when they're studying, they can listen to this music now that works well for secondary. Students. As well. However, if you're an elementary teacher, maybe there are some elementary songs that you could find on youtube that would be nice to play in your classroom. Especially, if you teach in the pre K. or early childhood era sharing those songs that teach number facts, fluency Sharon. Diese, want that teach alphabet phonetic sounds. I know phonics is not what you're teaching in elementary but just different techniques that you can share parents it can work as a resource and that and that manner. So. Boss Story Baffler board ends with given Lisa full the credit for giving me turned onto it and how you can enhance your classroom just by sharing music especially in his covert airtime with your students so that it can you know just lower the effect filter and allow them to enjoy being in.

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"The views, thoughts and opinions expressed during this or any broadcasts belong solely to our guests for our hosts. Speech broadcasts do not represent reflect the views of their employer's sponsors or affiliated organizations. Welcome to the flip bore Edu podcast with your host William Geoffrey where we collaborate, communicate and educate with the greatest educators in the world on clipboard. Let's start the show. Welcome back. This is your favorite coast coach Jeffrey, the incomparable Stacey. And Hall of Famer Dr Michael Milstein couldn't be here on this episode. Shot out to those two as they prepare for more in back to. School. Student engagement will be at the forefront of all educators minds. This fall am I experienced nothing engages dunes, more the music and especially hip hop music as well as the culture so whether you're a fan of the genre or not students have now been engaging with the five elements of hip hop culture break dancing dj in receding, emceeing, and be boxing for the last forty seven years. and. This episode we speak with renowned hip hop educator Ike Rommel's the director of district partnerships at near part. Mr Romo's a former middle school principal and Cote has capitalized on his avid love for hip hop by making it in his career. Remember rap duke the Harder Har I. Bet he never thought that hip hop would make it this far. So let's collaborate communicate and educate right here on flip board eighty you podcast Welcome back.

EU set to publish border list, US likely to miss out for now

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

EU set to publish border list, US likely to miss out for now

"The European Union is set to make public a list of countries whose citizens will be allowed to enter thirty one European countries but most Americans are unlikely to make the fate American states refused entry for lease another two weeks due to soaring coronavirus infections in the U. S. more than fifty million Americans are estimated to travel to Europe annually and and you know they would be a further blow to virus ravaged economies and tourism sectors on both sides of the Atlantic around ten million Europeans thought to go to the U. S. vacations and business each year Tuesday's EDU decree however will not apply to travel to Britain which left the block in January Britain that requires all incoming travelers well a few exceptions to come to go into a self imposed fourteen day quarantine although the measure could be soon Charles Taylor that's not London

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EU set to publish border list, US likely to miss out for now

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

EU set to publish border list, US likely to miss out for now

"The European Union is set to make public a list of countries whose citizens will be allowed to enter thirty one European countries but most Americans are unlikely to make the fate American states refused entry for lease another two weeks due to soaring coronavirus infections in the U. S. more than fifty million Americans are estimated to travel to Europe annually and and you know they would be a further blow to virus ravaged economies and tourism sectors on both sides of the Atlantic around ten million Europeans thought to go to the U. S. vacations and business each year Tuesday's EDU decree however will not apply to travel to Britain which left the block in January Britain that requires all incoming travelers well a few exceptions to come to go into a self imposed fourteen day quarantine although the measure could be soon Charles Taylor that's not London

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EU set to publish border list, US likely to miss out for now

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

EU set to publish border list, US likely to miss out for now

"The European Union is set to make public a list of countries whose citizens will be allowed to enter thirty one European countries but most Americans are unlikely to make the fate American states refused entry for lease another two weeks due to soaring coronavirus infections in the U. S. more than fifty million Americans are estimated to travel to Europe annually and and you know they would be a further blow to virus ravaged economies and tourism sectors on both sides of the Atlantic around ten million Europeans thought to go to the U. S. vacations and business each year Tuesday's EDU decree however will not apply to travel to Britain which left the block in January Britain that requires all incoming travelers well a few exceptions to come to go into a self imposed fourteen day quarantine although the measure could be soon Charles Taylor that's not London

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Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

"The the the Internal nation's European Revenue top Union Service virus is will set experts not to make extend are public criticizing the a tax list American of countries filing airlines deadline whose for citizens it means its announcement will federal be allowed taxes to enter it's are thirty starting due one to in book European about two weeks every countries seat it but will most not Americans be on extended its flights beyond are unlikely July instead fifteenth of to social make IRS the fate distancing commissioner Charles American senator Reddick told states Bernie the Senate refused Sanders finance entry committee raise tax for lease the payers another issue have two options weeks of American a due variety to soaring and other of coronavirus airlines payment planning related infections to options fill in every the U. that S. folks seat more can than look fifty he's to calling million Americans for we federal also temporarily are estimated intervention adjusted to travel our does to process Europe that sound annually is to a little help people bit and silly and you and know they businesses in a little would bit be during in a violation further these uncertain blow times of everything to virus the ranking you guys ravaged Democrat have been talking economies about on the committee and Ron that tourism Wyden people sectors sitting asked on about next both lost to sides each other revenue of the for Atlantic five from wealthier or around six Americans ten million Europeans who do hours not thought file Dr income to Anthony go to taxes the Fauci U. S. or vacations pay I'm not their taxes sure exactly and business together what each went into year that these decision wealthy Tuesday's EDU and taxpayers CDC decree however director Dr will owed not apply Robert to nearly travel Redfield to Britain says forty it which sends left six the block the in wrong January billion message Britain dollars that requires there was the treasury substantial all inspector incoming disappointment general travelers says with the American IRS well Airlines a failed few exceptions to issue some number nine the to come hundred airline to thousand said go decided into audits a self to keep at imposed the Donahue middle seat fourteen Washington the CEOs day quarantine of American although and the United measure could Airlines be soon say even Charles if they Taylor kept that's not seats London open it's still not six feet so they're relying on masks deep cleaning and air filtration systems Jackie Quinn Washington

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Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Fauci, CDC chief raise concerns about full airline flights

"The the the Internal nation's European Revenue top Union Service virus is will set experts not to make extend are public criticizing the a tax list American of countries filing airlines deadline whose for citizens it means its announcement will federal be allowed taxes to enter it's are thirty starting due one to in book European about two weeks every countries seat it but will most not Americans be on extended its flights beyond are unlikely July instead fifteenth of to social make IRS the fate distancing commissioner Charles American senator Reddick told states Bernie the Senate refused Sanders finance entry committee raise tax for lease the payers another issue have two options weeks of American a due variety to soaring and other of coronavirus airlines payment planning related infections to options fill in every the U. that S. folks seat more can than look fifty he's to calling million Americans for we federal also temporarily are estimated intervention adjusted to travel our does to process Europe that sound annually is to a little help people bit and silly and you and know they businesses in a little would bit be during in a violation further these uncertain blow times of everything to virus the ranking you guys ravaged Democrat have been talking economies about on the committee and Ron that tourism Wyden people sectors sitting asked on about next both lost to sides each other revenue of the for Atlantic five from wealthier or around six Americans ten million Europeans who do hours not thought file Dr income to Anthony go to taxes the Fauci U. S. or vacations pay I'm not their taxes sure exactly and business together what each went into year that these decision wealthy Tuesday's EDU and taxpayers CDC decree however director Dr will owed not apply Robert to nearly travel Redfield to Britain says forty it which sends left six the block the in wrong January billion message Britain dollars that requires there was the treasury substantial all inspector incoming disappointment general travelers says with the American IRS well Airlines a failed few exceptions to issue some number nine the to come hundred airline to thousand said go decided into audits a self to keep at imposed the Donahue middle seat fourteen Washington the CEOs day quarantine of American although and the United measure could Airlines be soon say even Charles if they Taylor kept that's not seats London open it's still not six feet so they're relying on masks deep cleaning and air filtration systems Jackie Quinn Washington

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Tax filing will not extend past July 15

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Tax filing will not extend past July 15

"The the Internal European Revenue Union Service is will set not to make extend public the a tax list of countries filing deadline whose citizens it means will federal be allowed taxes to enter are thirty due one in European about two weeks countries it but will most not Americans be extended beyond are unlikely July fifteenth to make IRS the fate commissioner Charles American Reddick told states the Senate refused finance entry committee tax for lease payers another have two options weeks a due variety to soaring of coronavirus payment related infections options in the U. that S. folks more can than look fifty to million Americans we also temporarily are estimated adjusted to travel our to process Europe annually is to help people and and you and know they businesses would be during a further these uncertain blow times to virus the ranking ravaged Democrat economies on the committee and Ron tourism Wyden sectors asked on about both lost sides revenue of the Atlantic from wealthier around Americans ten million Europeans who do not thought file income to go to taxes the U. S. or vacations pay their taxes and business together each year these wealthy Tuesday's EDU taxpayers decree however will owed not apply to nearly travel to Britain forty which left six the block in January billion Britain dollars that requires the treasury all inspector incoming general travelers says the IRS well a failed few exceptions to issue some nine to come hundred to thousand go into audits a self at imposed Donahue fourteen Washington day quarantine although the measure could be soon Charles Taylor that's not London

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Tax filing will not extend past July 15

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Tax filing will not extend past July 15

"The the Internal European Revenue Union Service is will set not to make extend public the a tax list of countries filing deadline whose citizens it means will federal be allowed taxes to enter are thirty due one in European about two weeks countries it but will most not Americans be extended beyond are unlikely July fifteenth to make IRS the fate commissioner Charles American Reddick told states the Senate refused finance entry committee tax for lease payers another have two options weeks a due variety to soaring of coronavirus payment related infections options in the U. that S. folks more can than look fifty to million Americans we also temporarily are estimated adjusted to travel our to process Europe annually is to help people and and you and know they businesses would be during a further these uncertain blow times to virus the ranking ravaged Democrat economies on the committee and Ron tourism Wyden sectors asked on about both lost sides revenue of the Atlantic from wealthier around Americans ten million Europeans who do not thought file income to go to taxes the U. S. or vacations pay their taxes and business together each year these wealthy Tuesday's EDU taxpayers decree however will owed not apply to nearly travel to Britain forty which left six the block in January billion Britain dollars that requires the treasury all inspector incoming general travelers says the IRS well a failed few exceptions to issue some nine to come hundred to thousand go into audits a self at imposed Donahue fourteen Washington day quarantine although the measure could be soon Charles Taylor that's not London

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EU set to publish border list, US likely to miss out for now

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

EU set to publish border list, US likely to miss out for now

"The European Union is set to make public a list of countries whose citizens will be allowed to enter thirty one European countries but most Americans are unlikely to make the fate American states refused entry for lease another two weeks due to soaring coronavirus infections in the U. S. more than fifty million Americans are estimated to travel to Europe annually and and you know they would be a further blow to virus ravaged economies and tourism sectors on both sides of the Atlantic around ten million Europeans thought to go to the U. S. vacations and business each year Tuesday's EDU decree however will not apply to travel to Britain which left the block in January Britain that requires all incoming travelers well a few exceptions to come to go into a self imposed fourteen day quarantine although the measure could be soon Charles Taylor that's not London

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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Flipboard EDU Podcast

21:34 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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Flipboard EDU Podcast

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Podcast your host William Geoffrey where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest educators in the world on clipboard. Let's start the show was up playboy fan. This is your favorite coach coach. Jeffrey and I have the ant comparable Stacey boodry and hall of Famer. Dr Michael Meals stayed here with me and this week's episode. We continue our conversation with the good buddy car hooker. We contained a detail. How collaboration tools support instruction? And how will they work with Flip Board? Carl discusses his Goto APPS. And he tells us about Trillo. Trello is a free platform that allows students to collaborate on assignments with purpose. Trello also works amazingly. We flew aboard. I even flipped an example of the scientific method or a little bored into our flip board. Edu podcast magazine and it looks great. So without further do let's collaborate communicate and educate with the best educators in the world. Right here on Flip Board. Edu podcast. Hey everybody welcome back for the break. Stacy take it away Carl. How do we increase that collaboration? It's an important skill that students need to have into career and college ready and I would say that probably you know when it comes to the foresees. We talked about creativity and communication a little bit earlier. I think that when it comes to collaboration that's one of the hardest things to do right now with online learning only because I feel like most of the community most of what we're doing one way communication or kind of an email blast or blasts out to our students and they respond back in terms of collaboration. The good news is there's a lot of great tools out there that teachers are probably already using their toolkit and you just have to think about using a different way for example. Google dot though you could put three or four kids on Google. Docs have them all kind of go through it together kind of check and see how many of them are actually doing the supposed to be doing because it does keep record of all that which is great one tool that. I've started using quite a bit as a professional but I've also used a student. There's one called Trello. Trello is really just like kind of Project Manager Board where you can have different students. Go you basically assign them? Different task had them kind of work with each other and collaborate on which projects they WANNA get through together when it comes to group projects since a lot of this is going to have to be done remotely. I mean using some sort of tool like a trello sort of project management kind of a light web based software which again is easy to use drag and drop. You can use it on a phone. And it's free which we like something like that to help them collaborate and work toward a common goal. I think is important. I think what you'd start that with an online online learning. But you start with a simple project where you say you three students. Assigning you guys figure out the information you have this amount of time to do it keep it. Kinda light in terms of the content just to make sure they can kind of get through that collaborative and then slowly start to ramp that up awesome. That's a great idea and finally part of the four CS last one critical thinking this one's difficult but probably the most difficult for students and teachers requires a requires students think through a process versus picking the ABC choice like test. I think this was a this was the hardest one in a regular classroom to. I walk into math classroom sometimes and see things like what I call kind of. I would call it kind of monkey. See Monkey do terms like okay? I'm going to do this now. You do what I do and what I'm seeing now is especially now that they don t students don't have that crutch in terms of like being able to instantly reach the teacher. It's actually helping a little bit at least in our household and I've seen it with some of my ears again other parents in the community in terms of like the students are GonNa have to kind of get through that creative struggle. I will be honest. I mean for a parent out there dealing with this. It's not always a great thing because you're also carrying the frustration with your students so again with teachers. I would say for this just like collaboration. Start light start with something. That's like. Okay I'm GonNa have you kind of figure out this. Maybe it's research on something. Maybe it's like going through. Especially now our they need to really discern what is really good information because there's so much information being thrown at us and even keep it current with with if it's age appropriate talk about Kobe. Nineteen talk about current events talk about some strategies in had them kind of argue the point because right now we're in the midst of a moment where states are starting to open up in summer staying closed. I mean this'll be a great discussion. Have maybe even on a padlock redesign. Okay I want you to argue. What are the pros of opening things up right now? What are the cons of opening those things up? Haven't really think for themselves about what that's like. I'll be honest. You know this too. There's probably a lot of adults that are struggling with that as we as we speak. So what a great opportunity right now to kind of present that to your students took longer clipboard in there. Yeah for sure I was just going to kind of piggyback off. That question you know car you mentioned starting light. I know a lot of our listening audience. We have maybe a lot of teachers and administrators also with our at risk populations. Would you recommend that same concept for them? Also when it comes down to require kids to think critically and I think it was It might have been Dean rescue. Who share this a few weeks ago on twitter and I loved the idea? And that's the the whole idea and this goes with all students but especially with that risk. You WanNA start with You want to start with maslow's before you go with balloons right. You WanNa make sure that the kids are you know that you're supporting their needs. First all in terms of making sure they're okay and they're supportive is gonna be awfully hard for them to learn if their environment isn't total chaos and that just that goes us being for any person rhythm of your kid or an adult so start there and then when we were just talking about yes scale up those little bits of critical thinking elements to start with something light. Start with I want you to go out and try to find this on your own. I'm not GONNA give you even. Give them something it's like. I'm not GonNa give you the instructions on how to do. I'm going to say my goal for us. You need to produce something that I was talking about. My daughter earlier with her first created project of a life cycle of butterfly. You know you're going to have to create something I'm not gonNa tell you steph wants to three you just need to figure out a way to represent that and at first is a little bit of a struggle but if you kind of slowly build those up. I think that helps. And it gets them feeling a little bit more autonomy and independence which actually increases our confidence which is a good thing though specifically would you just put your daughter into the of application and I think the twenty first century learner is going to be one of the first learners to apply specifically what they learn almost in a nanosecond. Because it's going to be a lot of it's GonNa be a lot of past feels and our students are going to have to be comfortable with failing and as long as they have the ability to be creative and and communicate and they find somebody who is going through the same situation and find ways that they can work together. Roddy critically think I think. That's where the twenty first century learner is going to surpass the rest of the generation. That's been here because scientists is in the fourth grade and I think the statistic that I saw was forty five percent of the job. That second graders are going for having even been Advani yet or is going to be a lot of learning as we go so I thought you as far as administrator for your daughter net situation I think it's a it was a was a world forum that met back in January before all this kind of blew up and it was they just come out with their top top. Ten job skills for the future workforce knowing that in thirty years you know. I think it's a professor out of rice. Who said that? In thirty years fifty percent of jobs will be automated which some people see and get scared and I go. What are we going to do? And whether it also can be new opportunities and new jobs like you were saying. They're going to have to be able to react quickly to those things communicate collaborate on a on a on a dime and then being able to pivot quickly when something like a pandemic is thrown their way. How do you address to that I really do see a lot. More grit being built up with our kids right now which I think was much needed. I don't know about you guys. I've seen it in a lot of the counties. They're learning that grit now and I and I and I tried to see silver lines and everything. I think that's something that we're going to get out of this experience and we need more. You know looking at Taj Mahal. You know where I said it. It's great it. It works both ways because now we have to pull along teachers who have seen the most change their whole career if you started teaching in Nineteen Ninety five and you've seen you've seen the typewriter you seem pen and paper. Use seeing the start of the computer age and now we're not even a computer age anymore digital age and so we're augmented reality. Virtual reality will bring those people also you know even from where we sit in administration. There is growth that can happen for administrators as well and realize also. I've seen just kind.

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"Podcast your host William Geoffrey where we collaborate communicate and educate with the greatest educators in the world on clipboard. Let's start the show was up playboy fan. This is your favorite coach coach. Jeffrey and I have the ant comparable Stacey boodry and hall of Famer. Dr Michael Meals stayed here with me and this week's episode. We continue our conversation with the good buddy car hooker. We contained detail how collaboration tools support instruction. And how will they work with Flip Board? Carl discusses his Goto APPS. And he tells us about Trillo. Trello is a free platform that allows students to collaborate on assignments with purpose. Trello also works amazingly. We flew aboard. I even flipped an example of the scientific method or a little bored into our flip board. Edu podcast magazine and it looks great. So without further do let's collaborate communicate and educate with the best educators in the world. Right here on Flip Board. Edu podcast. Hey everybody welcome back for the break. Stacy take it away Carl. How do we increase that collaboration? It's an important skill that students need to have into career and college ready and I would say that probably you know when it comes to the foresees. We talked about creativity and communication a little bit earlier. I think that when it comes to collaboration that's one of the hardest things to do right now with online learning only because I feel like most of the community what we're doing one way communication or kind of an email blast or blasts out to our students and they respond back in terms of collaboration. The good news is there's a lot of great tools out there that teachers are probably already using their toolkit and you just have to think about using a different way for example. Google dot though you could put three or four kids on Google. Docs have them all kind of go through it together kind of check and see how many of them are actually doing the supposed to be doing because it does keep record of all that which is great one tool that. I've started using quite a bit as a professional but I've also used a student. There's one called Trello. Trello is really just like kind of Project Manager Board where you can have different students. Go you basically assign them? Different task had them kind of work with each other and collaborate on which projects they WANNA get through together when it comes to group project since a lot of this is going to have to be done remotely. I mean using some sort of tool like a trello sort of project management kind of a light web based software which again is easy to use drag and drop. You can use it on a phone. And it's free which we like something like that to help them collaborate and work toward a common goal. I think is important. I think what you'd start that with an online online learning. But you start with a simple project where you say you three students. Assigning you guys figure out the information you have this amount of time to do it keep it. Kinda light in terms of the content just to make sure they can kind of get through that collaborative and then slowly start to ramp that up awesome. That's a great idea and finally part of the four CS last one critical thinking this one's difficult but probably the most difficult for students and teachers requires a requires students think through a process versus picking the ABC choice like test. I think this was a this was the hardest one in a regular classroom to. I walk into math classroom sometimes and see things like what I call kind of. I would call it kind of monkey. See Monkey do terms like okay? I'm going to do this now. You do what I do and what I'm seeing now is especially now that they don t students don't have that crutch in terms of like being able to instantly reach the teacher. It's actually helping a little bit at least in our household and I've seen it with some of my ears again other parents in the community in terms of like the students are GonNa have to kind of get through that creative struggle. I will be honest. I mean for a parent out there dealing with this. It's not always a great thing because you're also carrying the frustration with your students so again with teachers. I would say for this just like collaboration. Start light start with something. That's like. Okay I'm GonNa have you kind of figure out this. Maybe it's research on something. Maybe it's like going through. Especially now our they need to really discern what is really good information because there's so much information being thrown at us and even keep it current with with if it's age appropriate talk about Kobe. Nineteen talk about current events talk about some strategies in had them kind of argue the point because right now we're in the midst of a moment where states are starting to open up in summer staying closed. I mean this'll be a great discussion. Have maybe even on a padlock redesign. Okay I want you to argue. What are the pros of opening things up right now? What are the cons of opening those things up? Haven't really think for themselves about what that's like. I'll be honest. You know this to. There's probably a lot of adults that are struggling with that as we as we speak. So what a great opportunity right now to kind of present that to your students took a longer clipboard in there. Yeah for sure I was just going to kind of piggyback off. That question you know car you mentioned starting light. I know a lot of our listening audience. We have maybe a lot of teachers and administrators also with our at risk populations. Would you recommend that same concept for them? Also when it comes down to require kids to think critically and I think it was It might have been Dean rescue. Who share this a few weeks ago on twitter and I loved the idea? And that's the the whole idea and this goes with all students but especially with that risk. You WanNA start with You want to start with maslow's before you go with balloons right. You WanNa make sure that the kids are you know that you're supporting their needs. First all in terms of making sure they're okay and they're supportive is gonna be awfully hard for them to learn if their environment isn't total chaos and that just that goes us being for any person rhythm of your kid or an adult so start there and then when we were just talking about yes scale up those little bits of critical thinking elements to start with something light. Start with I want you to go out and try to find this on your own. I'm not GONNA give you even. Give them something it's like. I'm not GonNa give you the instructions on how to do. I'm going to say my goal for us. You need to produce something that I was talking about. My daughter earlier with her first created project of a life cycle of butterfly. You're going to have to create something I'm not gonNa tell you steph wants to three you just need to figure out a way to represent that and at first is a little bit of a struggle but if you kind of slowly build those up. I think that helps. And it gets them feeling a little bit more autonomy and independence which actually increases our confidence which is a good thing though specifically. Would you just put your daughter into the of application? And I think the twenty first century learner is going to be one of the first learners to apply specifically what they learn almost in a nanosecond. Because it's going to be a lot of it's GonNa be a lot of past feels and our students are going to have to be comfortable with failing and as long as they have the ability to be creative and and communicate and they find somebody who is going through the same situation and find ways that they can work together. Roddy critically think I think. That's where the twenty first century learner is going to surpass the rest of the generation. That's been here because scientists is in the fourth grade and I think the statistic that I saw was forty five percent of the job. That second graders are going for having even been Advani yet or is going to be a lot of learning as we go so Fought you as far as administrator for your daughter net situation. I think it's a it was a was a world forum that met back in January before all this kind of blew up and it was they just come out with their top top. Ten job skills for the future workforce knowing that in thirty years you know. I think it's a professor out of rice. Who said that? In thirty years fifty percent of jobs will be automated which some people see and get scared and I go. What are we going to do? And whether it also can be new opportunities and new jobs like you were saying. They're going to have to be able to react quickly to those things communicate collaborate on a on a on a dime and then being able to pivot quickly when something like a pandemic is thrown their way. How do you address to that I really do see a lot. More grit being built up with our kids right now which I think was much needed. I don't know about you guys but I've seen it in a lot of the counties. They're learning that grit now and I and I and I tried to see silver lines and everything. I think that's something that we're going to get out of this experience and we need more. You know looking at Taj Mahal where I said it. It's great it. It works both ways because now we have to pull along teachers who have seen the most change their whole career if you started teaching in Nineteen Ninety five and you've seen you've seen the typewriter you seem pen and paper. Use seeing the start of the computer age and now we're not even a computer age anymore digital age and so we're augmented reality. Virtual reality will bring those people also you know even from where we sit in administration. There is growth that can happen for administrators as well and realize also. I've seen just kind of the opposite.

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"And the author of the bestselling book series immobile. Mobile mindset good buddy call cooker is a welcome guest of our show so let's collaborate communicate educate with the best educators in the world on flip board. Edu podcast Heller by like welcome to Flip Ward E. Fridays. We have a special guest. Mr Carl Hooper. Call is an amazing person. He has been a teacher in off. Nuys D graduated from University of Texas. He is ready for cases Topa of compose resented. If the has several books that are just bestsellers. Mobile learning mindset also has websites that are curated for innovation and education. So I would like to take this opportunity to welcome to the show. Welcome Carl well. Thank you Sir William and I met It would've been I WANNA say. Tc A few years ago correctly and Yeah we we've it's been great to connect with you. Thank so much for having me on the show. I appreciate it a man. I really appreciate it. You have been instrumental in my career as digital learning specialists in the as an assistant principal. Always look back at your teams when you guys were at. Ames is the Gaza leading the nation with the pattern initiative and all the amazing things to do with Dale. Not so much. We always looked up to your team. Well it's funny. You know looking at all that work. I mean it was. I think we started in two thousand nine with our one to one probably really kicking off full full fledged in two thousand eleven. It's a decade ago and it's amazing to see now kind of it took that long to really get the teachers kind of embedded in it. I would say five to seven years but Man It is. It's been great now because they could be able to turn key it when all this of course with the pandemic happening now it'll be able to turnkey that and Here thirty more but I do hear a lot of good stories coming out of there so I'm glad that that all of that work in that Ground Lane that we did finally come into fruition remote learning tool kit. You also have the learning at least broadcaster busy. So hey you doing something then try and I try. My Passion is public speaking. And I don't know if you've heard but there ain't much public speaking going on right now so I found different ways to keep myself occupied just a just for the sanity. My wife and my kids. I need to be able to do so socio. Creating lots of different things trying to get stuff out there for people for educators for parents to help them as we're all kind of scrambling through this right now. Yes yes sir so. I'm going to turn over documents active. go ahead and take away first of all. I just want to welcome you to flip board. Edu It is certainly a pleasure to have you call in in. Did you mentioned earlier that you also do public speaking? In addition to being a dynamic speaker you also conduct much professional development. I'm just wondering during this period of covert nineteen where you know. The traditional teaching and learning has taken a temporary back seat to online instruction. Do you feel that this is an appropriate time to engage educators in PD training? I'll say yes and no just to be a little bit a little bigger and I'll say the yes part. Is I think right now? You can do small bite size things for teachers and that means like one little step tutorial a one minute. Quick little hit. I mean podcast like this help a lot too because teachers can kinda have those going on as they're going through their day little things that they can pick up tidbits on. I think any type of what you and I might consider full-fledged. Pd where they're sitting for a six hour day inside a training room or even virtually for six hours. I think right now that would I don't think they're at capacity. I feel like what we're doing and I know this from all my teachers. I've been talking to in school districts I work with across the country is what I call educational triage right now. We're just trying to kind of get through and make sure that the kids are getting some learning done and we're kind of learning as we go so I think right now is probably not the time for what I would call full-fledged but I think it is the right time for that kind of just in time bite-size PD that a lot of districts can offer that thank you. Think you're correct right on point with that and I noticed that you have several youtube videos out. That can address that point. You have won. It's called beginners. Who Kit for teaching remotely. There's another one parents guide to all learning. They're the best tools for communicating to remote learners little brief snippets of Pd's have on on you to sure. So you know putting kind of my practice where my mouth is in this case? I tell people. Don't have these super long recordings or videos or anything like that so what I did is I kind of made some quick hitting little five minute. Youtube videos called remote hacks and the idea is a again as a teacher as a parent as administrator to watch one of those and it's just jam pack little tidbits of information. Hopefully something in there can grab you know. It's a lot of. It's a fire hose. Don't get me wrong it's like I'm gonNA give you a ton of nation five minutes but my hope is where you can pick one or two things. Just help you with your practice and so for me. I'm trying this out with Youtube which I've been using on an offer years but I've never actually used it with kind of kind of steady hand at. I'm trying to do with it now. Usually I go to my blog for that so I'm trying to convert all that to feel like teachers don't even have time to read a blog so I'm like if I can give them a hundred on the blog content but given the youtube channel like a wash that for for five minutes. I feel like that's getting a pretty good response right okay. Great that's fantastic. We're going to go ahead on and pass the ball over to our good friend. Stacy Stacy do you have anything that you need to ask Bell? Yes thinking about with him talking about what he has gone on with his Doing the five minute videos. I think that's a great way to keep them engaged in a kind of made me think about back not a presentation that I went to to watch. Just watch but I attended a presentation by Jessica Winston on Flip Grid and I'm always thinking about. How do I get the teachers involved in wanting to learn more in keeping it short with such a good point to me that I couldn't help but think about the the presentation would flip grid in how I liked flip grade but I struggle with teachers to use it because of the video part for students in that tends to make new digital teachers that are trying to go digital? It makes them a little bit more nervous. So help me see flip grin different and more creative way and if you talked about several types of tools that you can use at the as at home learner. Finding out that she showed me in a different way is not just teach students providing videos but now teachers can provide the videos in just a creative way and I was thinking. What tools do you like to use an would have you seen? That was very creative and used differently than what you've seen before for. We go into too many new tools for right now especially as as duck mill said we were talking about. I want to introduce too much innovative things at this moment. Of course but having a toolkit like to flip grade was when I was thinking of originally when you were talking about it you know even for the teacher that is. Let's say hesitant to put their face on camera. What I love about that tool as you can author of a whiteboard up there you can have it actually drawing annotating while you're speaking over it. Which is something. They didn't have nothing until the last year or so. I like to use. Those are great goto tools. Anything that you can get to. I would say that has the lousy a fairly quickly that early what I called device agnostic. Meaning you can get to it on any device. We don't know what's happening at home with a lot of our learners. They could have access to a computer but maybe they don't. Maybe it's just mom smartphone. Or maybe they're sharing a tablet or something so I'd say any tools that teachers are using to make sure that they're fairly device agnostic. Get him on the browser flip grids great for that because you could just go straight to a code of course when it comes to like content delivery. I try to avoid the big clunky. Lms types you. Don't I mean Google classroom? We're just keeping it clean with email. Even as what a lot of our teachers done just in terms of setting those Those instructions out so trying to keep it fairly light on that and I will tell you as a parent on the back end with three kids getting three different sets of instructions from three different platforms. Even all in the same. Elementary school can be a little unnerving sometimes and luckily tech person but I can only imagine what a household that just like. How how do we get to all of this stuff right so I would say again going back to your tools even even creative tools? I would say just make sure that whatever using that is fairly simple. The kids can get on it fairly quickly and with great as we. Now have a lot of these available to us so. I think they're gonNA pass. This might have trouble but even something like flip grid or like explain everything. I Love Book Creator. Which is another great one for just kind of keeping kids having a a personal journal reflection of this experience. I have my kids right in everyday in that. Were they just kind of post a little audio note and take a picture and write a little bit. I'm just having them journal. Book Creator and it's a link so teacher can see all of it on our virtual bookshelf. So I love that tool as well. That's a good point was saying three kids and having no different platforms because somebody was thinking next year. Our district goes one to one thinking about. Oh maybe this level will do seesaw with this level do flipped. Greg really reality is is probably better to just try to keep it as consistent all throughout the whole all the grades to help with at home learning and in class learning and then the older siblings might be able to help those younger siblings. Ideally we In my previous district we went k. Four with the see-saw platform and then we went five to twelve with Google classroom. Thinking having those outgoing elementary kids get ready for what they're going to use the middle school and high school and that worked out fairly well it's still two platforms. But they're pretty pretty light. I would say in terms of log in. Yeah so anything. Anytime you can. Shore THAT UP. That was my one of my big things with the with the toolkit was talking about that first step a consistent communication and that is really making sure that your scheduling your stuff. You're sending out at a consistent time. This goes well before this pandemic too by the way I mean this would be doing anyway but and then also making sure that you're all being consistent on your told you said you're not saying all right today you got to remind and see what the message messages in tomorrow. You GotTa go blooms tomorrow you know and the next day somewhere else so just in those things help keep him simple. App and creativity that communication just falls right into place. There doesn't it I often hear adults talking about how students don't know how to communicate face to face so they're either texting or playing online games and they they communicate well that way but you put him in front of each other. They struggle with that to hug him. These tool a foster communication in a physical world while maintaining that virtual piece of the classroom. And I think you. So you've got two different strategies here when it comes to communication on that front you can do. The as synchronous model is which is where you're kind of recording things. The kids are recording again. Flip grits a great tool for that. Because you can actually see their face. Teacher can post something. Seesaw also worked for that teacher composed video. Kids can reply for most for the most part what I see. A lot of schools doing is also a combination. What I call synchronous learning to so you have a virtual classroom setup. You're going on a zoom or Google. Hangout her some sort of Just in time actual learning where kids are learning how to interact with the tool that even honestly a lot of adult still struggle with. I don't know if he has heard about all. The Zoom bombing was happening by a couple of weeks ago. Though I'm watching my first second my first second fifth grader use it. It's funny because they have to learn. Now what the etiquette is run meeting your microphone contact with the screen and the camera. I'm so it's a new set of tools that they're gonNA need any way in the future but now we're definitely we definitely see that need a today in honor of teacher Appreciation Week. Janet spire has done it again. She has created twenty three second video on how to integrate content from twitter board and just under ten steps. Your twitter feed. We'll be flipped tastic. Shout out to Janice barfoot grading. How To's they help? Teach a flip. That's right has tech. Help teach flip is a legit thing and twenty twenty. Thanks Jennifer all you. Do you know what time it is. It's time for flip to today's flip. Tips are brought to you by the homegirl. Terry Porter. Foot Board. Hashtag are they a match made in heaven? Well if you Affleck for curator you'll be searching for content on flip board for your magazines. Don't just stop at regular services you need to search has tags on clipboard to this blog posts can be found on medium dot com and in our flip board. Edu podcast magazine written by none other than Terry Porter. At thanks.

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

"It is now town for magazine. Shout out WANNA send a shout out to these flip board. Edu magazine Curator's. I we like to honor. Morgan Warner or magazine is called teacher. So next we have learned by seeing and Santa Spill to see why n n last but not least we have teaching matters according to a Toronto teacher. Back nut follow these magazines because they are chucked with great content. Curator's keep up the great work. Oh thank you football fan. Have you seen Danny spires? Youtube channel called Learning Flip Board for Your Business School. Tennis videos are short and quick to the point you can find them. Flip into a podcast. Edu Magazine we suggest you check them out. It's a great resource for teaching people. How to cure rate and use flip board. Also our good friend. Karl Hooker will be the next guest on episode three. We will talk about Hashtag Flip War Fridays. Speaking of Carl he will be hosted an amazing virtual trivia night on Cinco de Mayo fostered by ID and tr. There are exciting to bring a special opportunity celebrate teacher appreciation week. Let's support the good buddy call. Hooker Virtual Trivia night presented by. Da Anti are. You can find the link for that event in our flip board. Edu Park has magazine. So let's sign up and have some fun. Think they can have up to a thousand participants so claim your spot. I WanNa thank you all for your precious time and as my good friend. Hall of fame coach. Why coordinate always say together we can flint more. Edu podcast is a great resource for teachers students and administrators..

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

Flipboard EDU Podcast

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"edu" Discussed on Flipboard EDU Podcast

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Facebook map shows you where people are reporting coronavirus symptoms

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Facebook map shows you where people are reporting coronavirus symptoms

"Let's talk a little bit more about another couple of other efforts actually multiple efforts to track. Where infections might go next by having people self report systems symptoms rather facebook partnered with Carnegie Mellon University's Delfi Research Center on a survey asking users to report their symptoms both Carnegie Mellon and Facebook have now published websites with their initial. Findings can see a little heat map Go TO COVA CAST. Cmu DOT EDU. And you'll be able to see these heat maps later this week and eventually provide forecasts based on the data to help. Local health officials anticipate where hospital capacity needs might spike next facebook's own site provides a symptom map of the US at the county level showing what percentage of the population has reported systems county by county facebook's also partnering with the University of Maryland to take that survey global and Carnegie Mellon is building an API so let researchers access the data.

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