35 Burst results for "Primary School"

Influential Educators: Nursery School Pioneer Margaret McMillan

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Influential Educators: Nursery School Pioneer Margaret McMillan

"Margaret and rachel contributed to the christian socialist magazine and margaret began giving free lessons to working class girls in london. These the beginning years of their lives in service. At the poor and disenfranchised for the next few years the sisters helped workers and strikes and traveled to different industrial regions of england giving talks and visiting the poor to better understand the needs of communities their engagement also led to involvement in several socialist societies and groups in nineteen. Oh two when margaret was forty two years old. The sisters joined the recently formed labor party. The labor party remains the major political parties in england to this day at that time working class children were expected to work long hours in terrible conditions as their parents did. Factory owners cared more about profit than safety and children often got injured. And we're not paid well. This exploitation deeply concerned the sisters and they became champions for the wellbeing of all children. They canvassed for a bill that established a nurse all primary schools. They established community health and dental clinics in a needy area of london. They used their connections to establish night clinics in deptford where children could get a nutritious hot meal a bath and clean clothes and bedding and they became involved in a campaign to provide meals in schools. Arguing that hungry children could not learn and contributing to legislation. That made it law in. Nineteen eleven margaret wrote the child and the state in it. She criticized the tendency of some schools to focus solely on preparing children for unskilled on monotonous labor. She believed schools should offer a humane and interesting education that spurred the growth of the next

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Influential Educators: Dame Marie Clay

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Influential Educators: Dame Marie Clay

"To come. Let's talk about mari clay. Mari was born in nineteen. Twenty six in wellington new zealand. When she was five years old. Her parents divorced. Mari lift primarily with her mother but bounced between both parents houses. As a result. Mari ended up pretending four different primary schools. Something that would later influence her career trajectory in one thousand nine. Forty-five mari earned her primary school teaching credentials at wellington college of education following her time at wellington mara went onto earn both her bachelor's and master's degree her master's thesis focused on finding solutions for teaching special. Needs students. how to read and write in the nineteen fifties. Mari was awarded a fulbright scholarship. The award allowed her to continue her research at the university of minnesota and developmental child psychology and childhood literacy during her studies. Mari came to disagree with the prevailing literature about the ability of low achieving students to learn to read instead. Mari developed her own viewpoints. That would shape her research for decades to come. After finishing her fulbright mar moved back to wanganui new zealand where she taught elementary school and worked as a school psychologist. Then in nineteen sixty. She moved to auckland and joined the university of auckland's faculty. She taught educational psychology while pursuing her doctoral degree she was interested in understanding how children learn to read and how teachers could better support. The children who are falling behind. Her research was unique because it focused on closely observing a child's development over time

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How to Find a Mentor and Be a Successful Manager

CodeNewbie

01:44 min | 5 months ago

How to Find a Mentor and Be a Successful Manager

"So tell us about how you got interested in code when i was in about grade. Three very slow which is about eight years old. I'll primary school got a set of computers and straighter the lab though at about four to six computers in the that was Squad got and they asked parents of the school if they were interested in enrolling children for often compete lessons and for some reason which i don't know my parents decided to enroll me fafsa mischievous at home and i started attending those computer classes and we didn't do anything complicated. Did like i remember. One particular program was like typing to program. We yet to that. Try type in like a sentence in the faucets diamond. You'd have the record and everything. But as a result of being exposed to competing debt early on as the school got more computers than computing became more combine. it goes across. Zimbabwe studied my primary school in high school and I was always good at it. And data than most other students within exposed later on in my high school korea i started doing actual computer science coating. I think what it's supposed to. Coding stuttered incomplete assigns. End as it was odd. I gained because i've been supposed to computing machines odia. I was good at the computer. Science side of it that really got some good interest in it And that. Lynn obviously took me to studying at university and everything but the roots reading comeback to that small computer lab which not everyone dope which you need to go through to that and my parents decided it would be useful for me to studying computer. That early on

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Brits Drinking in France With Mandy Manners

Goodbye to Alcohol

02:07 min | 5 months ago

Brits Drinking in France With Mandy Manners

"Let's talk about drinking. shall we let some. i think you like minneapolis. He started drinking as a teenager. I mean how old were you when you. How do i drink. Ooh this is nice. Well interestingly. I didn't like it when i fast drank I started young probably like fourteen. I think tried it Probably end of primary schools. Eleven twelve know very much. A kind of mischievous kid you from the fourteen kind of regularly binge drinking the weekends in the park Making weed as well and you know quickly progress of kind of recreational drugs as well as a young person and it was at that time. I said i didn't like it because i didn't like being out of control. So lay like yeah. I didn't like how it changed. People used to make me quite angry at that time. Even at that point. I so self identified like i stopped drinking white wine when i was probably like fifteen until i was like twenty because it made me really angry so i think i had a kind of conscious awareness of this thing but i you know so desperately wanted to be liked and to belong. The you know any kind of reasoning. That it probably wasn't a good idea of family per on the back burner. But yeah i mean i didn't really it. Drinking didn't really become a problem for me until after i had my kids Before that you know it was kind of. I mean it was matic like i was binge drinking you know. I mean we used do horrible things like you know. Make us sick so we could drink more just and that was very much. Just kinda normalized nine hundred british culture just like gang apps like you know those kind of. Let's get wasted. Let let's get bothered. Let the language around it was just like let's get out of our heads. Let's get completely you know gone

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"primary school" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"primary school" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen

"Didn't But yes sorry yes. Of course yeah. I've i've always had like a used to keep journals. Many many years ago went very good. Like i would very much like i would've took about like how my day when i talk about how. I wish it went writes. That didn't happen. Basic eighty and what we now call fron fiction. I used to write a lot of. Scooby doo obsessed who do. Ub be fun things. And i just kind of assigned real people that i knew as characters from ski. Bj's i was shaggy confounded that fred. Best the green. Yeah yes on irish. i'm. I'd assigned one of my favorite. Primary school teaches as freddie. 'cause my party school schoolteacher could ride a motorcycle and freddie drive and these things are the same in my head. How old were you. I would have fit. This is a while i would. I stopped like when i started From like maybe six or seven to about twelve okay i was like solidly committed. I was finishing episodes of of scooby doo than writing my own episodes of any opportunity for like a free writing in school would always be scooby. Doo seat yeah. I was listening about scooby doo. What what's the appeal. I think does something about like the tentativeness of it like they're going to find out. Dumbest crime is done. This bad bad thing like event or what have There was also the hall of friendship really loving friendship that like no man gets left behind the always came back. If one of the members were missing And also just adventure no adventurous ever the same light. Some of them episodes. Now i think about this adult huge holes didn't make any sense logically not sound as a child i was hey for. I've never heard this could be due. I've heard about every other. I know this tetris. Fan fiction wa. I was like oh the long thing meets square meets the that we'd success. I thought that was. Why did you so when you said that you wrote things didn't happen. Did you also have daydreams vividly. Yes vivid day dreams to the point. Way did become a problem in secondary school because My books would just be empty. Should caveat the iras huge bullied in secondary school like disgustingly so. I don't know how i stay up a school. Like that still baffles me And i remember once a minimum on trying to find another school to go to but it just didn't work out there too far away. My mom was a single mom. Trying to drive me that i can get to work. It would have just been yeah. It would have been really really difficult. I'm so i ended up staying but So i so like. I guess i age in order to get away from all the bullying. Just not feeling like a fin. I would daydream vividly. Where i just like so i felt like something i could control and due to while away time but then sometimes i'd walk into a classroom. Sit down daydream..

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More Than Writing Code With Dr.Neeta Trivedi

Software People Stories

02:00 min | 8 months ago

More Than Writing Code With Dr.Neeta Trivedi

"If we can start with your origin story how did you get into though you hi. I'm really excited to be part of this and allows me to also to fresh lots upward memories and so i was disciplined by the back end reflecting. I come from a very very modest background. Lower middle class family and the video all down. Even the dreams are modest because nineteen eighty-four The was not so much there was no internet not division netflix's nor discovery channels in salon. So they didn't know too much outside world end Across a small town. So maybe you just one thing has shown that i wanted to do something like it should be different. Should be big. What is that big. That clarity was not bad so we talked about maybe we can become college professors or maybe not engineering college professors. That was largely a dreams. One thing for sure bet. You should study a lot of maths and physics because that's when you'll be essential that's on. I knew and we grew up. Got very good teachers. From primary school onwards they were passionate about building human resources not not just teaching and making many. Thanks the very fortunate in rhode small incidents that when my parents started the would not afford the fee and they wanted to would mean a government. School leaders came to my house. And saying you can pay the fee later. Don't take her out. I mean that's unheard of in general so grew up in that environment really nine thousand people in ninety nine hundred seven whenever completing busy in physics chemistry math because we didn't have engineering college in the town and i don't think my parents would have sent me outside at that age then even financially. Maybe they could not so of. I was finishing my own. That fame be heard about this diario program

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Lucy's Story, the Chimp, the Poet

Science Friction

01:54 min | 8 months ago

Lucy's Story, the Chimp, the Poet

"Today. It's lucy story though. Lucy isn't here. And if she was she would have spoken to you. In screeches squeaks and grunts and pant hoots. Now if you don't know what a parenthood is let me just say it goes a little bit like you all get one thought. I bled shimon radio. Look lucy the deed. Learn to use rudiments of american sign language. Isil as you'll hear she might have gestured to you. In simple single words or occasionally she put them into pairs and triplets like like luck kind of poetry and writing poetry. Since i was a kid. I think i write when we first poems in e three and had a primary school teacher who told me that it was okay and i thought oh the lead to write poetry. So i did. What was the pace of poetry about in grade three. It's not it was about walking through the bush and listening to kookaburras. And i rhymed the word bush with short i said walking through the bush listening to the store and i thought it was very profound. Doesn't hold up today. That you gotta start somewhere. Benjamin dodds powered by not primary schoolteacher by day and science. Fan boy big time. His latest book of verse is called airplane back banana blanket and it's inspired by one of the most curious social experiments of the twentieth century. On the tesha mitchell. And this is the story of a team called lucy. It's one from our archive one. That listeners really loved and warning. There are some sexual references in this program with starting in non sixty four when little. Lucy is just two days old cradling in her mob

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The Ariel School Alien Sighting

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

02:05 min | 9 months ago

The Ariel School Alien Sighting

"Today's story is so bizarre and so hard to rationalize the only way to make sense of it is to go through it piece by piece from the very beginning it centers around the aerial school a private primary school in the small farming community of rua about twenty miles outside of zimbabwe's capital of harare. The students range from as young as five the way up to age twelve. I don't know what the school is like. Nowadays but back in nineteen ninety four. The kids would run around the playground every morning for their recess break. Friday september sixteenth was no exception. It's almost the weekend. The kids are excited as they're running around the playground. Meanwhile inside the building teachers convene for a staff meeting while they're gone. It's basically understood that the older children will keep an eye on the younger ones and not far from the playground is a ticshop which is basically like this little deli or canteen that serves students mothers rotate through managing. And the momma duty. This morning is allison kirkman. Now allison's minding the shop when shortly after ten a m. A student named luke runs in. And he's looking like he has seen an actual ghost. He has this sort of wide eyed stunned expression on his face. Ben luke tells. Allison he's just seen a literal alien outside now. Alison here's this and brushes it off. I mean she basically tells loop scherf very funny. Quit pulling my leg. But luke keeps insisting that he saw quote a little man in a one piece suit with a band around his head end quote ultimately alison isn't convinced enough to leave the tuck shop investigate even though her own daughter. Fi fi is out on the playground to in fact fi fi and her friends or just as stunned as lucas. Apparently the students were out running around when they noticed this thing hovering in the distance beyond the edge of the playground.

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More European Countries Begin Easing Coronavirus Restrictions

BBC Newsday

00:49 sec | 9 months ago

More European Countries Begin Easing Coronavirus Restrictions

"European countries are easing coronavirus restrictions as their vaccination programs gain impetus. Italy will allow restaurants and bars to serve customers outside in France, Children are returning to nurse reason. Primary schools. In Belgium had dresses are reopening while pubs are again taking orders outdoors in Scotland. Nick Beak report The loosening of restrictions reflected dip in new covert cases across the EU on what's hoped will be the beginning of the end of a third wave of infections. After a stuttering start. The speed of vaccinations has increased in recent weeks, with more jobs being produced and distributed across the continent. The European Commission says it's vaccine program is now on course to inoculate 70% of the EU's adult population. By the middle of July,

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France extends testing to schoolchildren amid virus spike

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 11 months ago

France extends testing to schoolchildren amid virus spike

"Fraunces extending a corona virus tests the young school tuition with a less intrusive method generally use the tissues saliva samples rather than on a watering nasal swabs health officials hope they will help prevent school closures as the country's fresh epidemic steadily worsens visiting a primary school in eastern France the was deploying the new tests from his education minister said keeping schools open is a fundamental goal for the government health authorities expect the saliva test will help prevent infections spreading in schools by identifying pupils who already have the virus I'm Charles last month

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David S. Reynolds on Abraham Lincoln

This American President

06:47 min | 1 year ago

David S. Reynolds on Abraham Lincoln

"Our guest. Today is dr david. S reynolds historian who has written extensively on the civil war era. He's won numerous awards including the bancroft prize. And the ambassador book award just to name a few. And he is the author of the book. Abe abraham lincoln in his times professor reynolds. Thank you for being on our show. Great to be here richard. Thank you great. So much is made about president. Lincoln's lack of experience and his many supposed- professional failures prior to winning the presidency. But you seem to push back against this narrative. So what's the real story here. yeah One of the best books on him david. Donald to lincoln one of the better known books actually says very frankly that no president has ever entered the highest office being the least prepare less prepared than than lincoln that is the least prepared ball and on the surface kind of looks that way because he had less than one year of education just primary school education and Thou that was it and He didn't go through any formal formal of self education. Either but what i found is that he had something far more important. A insatiably curious. If he were on the law circuit around illinois he would go to a farmer and say. How does that machine work. And what brand of cow is that and and the pig over there. What can you describe that to me. Very very curious about the world around him And also he loved to read poetry in particular newspaper small so poetry and poetry kind of organized his thoughts and he memorized shakespeare by the page. She didn't do it to impress people but Suddenly suddenly would come out with a shakespearean soliloquy though is on his hard disk his brain and Or burns poem or something like that. So he was a really exposed to different levels of culture so much so that his contemporary emerson said There's one hero who stands out from the rest as somebody who bridges the entire range of experience from the very highest shakespeare of the opera. And all of that to the lowest. He like body humor and grotesque Frontier humor and emerson said he went down as far so the the very dogs believed in him so In a way who's very very open to experience and is that lincoln that i'm really interested in the songs he loved the poems he loved and what really made him a what what was going on inside of him right and you talk about. Lincoln's ran as an era of sensationalism. Violence susannah humor surreal the surreal in the bizarre which i think for anyone that follows politics now is a bit comforting to know that it's it's been like this for a while. So can you expand on just what you meant by that. Well i think there's been interesting sensationalism for a long time in many cultures but the difference was that because of changes in print printing techniques and also distribution techniques. Suddenly this was available to the masses and so the newspapers they used to be used to six hundred suddenly were once the penny papers and they were filled with sensational stories about murders and suicides and oh adultery and all all all this stuff and so yeah. I mean Linking grew up in this kind of culture. Also in popular humor lincoln said it was characterized by grotesque nece and it was a very violent kind of humor of gouging and and scrapping and scraping and a often feature these kind of frontier types. That were just wild men and people get a lotta thrills out of these kind of very very wild escapades in the crockett manuscripts the davy crockett manuscripts almond accents. Helper and p.t barnum. Who was a sensation. He was founded show business and wasn't in the circus business back then but he was in the museum business and he put on sensational displays like a fiji mermaid. Who is this beautiful blonde. Half naked woman had presented that way in in the posters. But actually it was just a a monkey's torso tied to a salmon's tail assistant in some water. And anyway the biggest. The smallest the fattest put things on display so in a way Lincoln had to serve accommodate culture as well because he was sold as as abe. That's book is called the kind of rough frontiers men with his sleeves rolled up and he's wielding an axe in these splitting the rails and by the time that It was advertised that way. It had been many years since. He's splitting rails because he was a respectable lawyer by the time war. Good suits and all of that and it was making a good income but he allowed himself to be sold as a even though he hated the name but he said without names like old. Abe uncle abe Honesty i wouldn't have been elected. I would not have been elected. So he was sort of put on display almost in a barnum barnum like way in eighteen sixty.

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Can we build 15-minute cities where we live?

The Big Story

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Can we build 15-minute cities where we live?

"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Alex zekovic is a staff columnist and the architecture critic at the global mail. Hello alex hey jordan. Why don't we start. I was gonna say with a simple definition. But but maybe it's not that simple. But what is the fifteen minutes city. Where does the concept come from. And what does it describe. So the idea is actually an old idea It goes back at least fifty years in the world of city planning and really it hearkens back to previous models of cities built before the car and the basic idea. Is that everything you need for. Daily living is within walking distance of your home so the idea is not a new one. The rhetoric or the phrase of fifteen minutes city was popularized by the mayor of paris. Over the last few years. I need. I'll go Because she is interested in pursuing the fifteen minutes city returning peres into as much as possible. A fifteen minute city so. This is kind of a familiar idea. That has fresh relevance today. How do you define it for analysis purposes. When you're looking to see whether a certain city or neighborhood would qualify so there are a bunch of different definitions of the term and the one that paris uses actually includes workplaces or generally tries to include workplaces with other things. If you include workplaces this becomes a little bit trickier because trying to find to link up. Everyone's home and everyone's workplace in a large city is very complex. The more familiar and lord sort of less controversial definition is that you have the necessities of daily living within walking distance of home for the article. I did for the global mail with some colleagues a little while ago. We used a measurement called amenity density developed by statistics canada and see 'em each see and that defines it as having a grocery store a pharmacy and a public transit stop within one kilometer and having a daycare a primary school and a library within one and a half kilometers. And then there's a larger circle for health facility and larger circle for places of employment. So you know the least the most straightforward way is to say you know. Pick up a prescription go shopping. Be able to catch a bus or train. You should be able to do all of this things within roughly a ten minute walk of where you are. Why is that set up so desirable. I'm sorry if that sounds like an obvious question but just you know what does it impact. Well yeah i mean it is. It sounds really straightforward. Because when we think of our cultural ideas of what a city is or how people should live. I mean you. Think of sesame street It seems easy but the fact is that most people in north america don't have that at all. I mean the large majority of people in canada as is also true in the united states live in what planners will call car oriented suburbs or car-oriented places. If you have that then you know you. Effectively are limited to being able to survive comfortably to having a car. If you don't have a car to available to do those basic things you know your life becomes much more complex you effectively become a second class citizen and this is obviously -cations for youth and teenagers. It has obvious implications for anyone with disabilities And and there's a strong overlap of course between people with disabilities and seniors but You know this is a very large in growing issue for many canadians. Many north americans. Who are egypt in places where they need to have cars and may not always be able to

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Radiation used to treat benign conditions up to the 1960s has led to illness and death

The Science Show

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Radiation used to treat benign conditions up to the 1960s has led to illness and death

"Element because it does not have as it should. This is a sideshow today. We have news about space weather. That may make the prospect of life in some of those earth like planets unlikely tale about trees. And how we couldn't wait to get rid of them and boy in iraq who amid the bombing and terror was inspired by omni to become a doctor but he wants more is madame curie which for i find it easier to observe talking. I measure uranium and i discover less radiations than i do in. It's all the always more powerful than the element exactly the same test six times. I get identical results. My instinct is that there is another element that skewing the results. You think you've found an undiscovered element. If you're laughing at me then i'm not laughing at you as exciting pinprick of radium gathered from four tons of pitchman. The most beautiful thing you've ever seen smash beautiful thing. I've ever see from the film radioactive now showing marie curie who won lasting fame and an early death her dedication and here doctor says he is not from the university of technology. Sydney reflects on some personal implications of that story as a young teenager going through a pile of old family photos with my mother. I came across a photo of myself as a small child. Cute murad the photo showed me wearing a close fitting skullcap buttoned under the chin. An old fashioned bathing cup. When i ask my mother about it. She told me she'd made matching cups for all my clothes because lost some here after some medical treatment will actually she conceded when pressed are gone bold and stayed bald for a long time. Wash nothing to worry about. I was assured. So i didn't not thin anyway. Mom was off hand about it. I'd had skin problems. She said moore richardson. I suspect to talk about the problem rather than the treatment itself. The skin problem was ringworm of the scalp. A common enough childhood complaint but it could be nasty and like headlights in primary schools. Today it was a sort of thing. Scrupulous parents weren't happy to own up to win the ring. Mom didn't clear up. The local doctor's advice was to travel from our country town to sydney for treatment in a special facility at a big city hospital. Mom was vague about the details of the treatment. What she recalled from the sessions. While is that they'd rub some kind of cream on my head and then they'd turn a ray on it for a while. This was done several times. She couldn't exactly remember how many but by the time the treatments were finished. My head was completely bald at the time. I didn't push for more. It couldn't have been a major matter if mama so inclined to dismiss it. And i hadn't really thought about it over the years or at least not until recently many decades later when i was diagnosed with stage three muscle invasive cancer of the bladder and in the ensuing panic we began to rummage around in the family. History for possible reasons. Why no history. Nothing obvious but then the image of my small bald self came to mind by a strange coincidence not long before i'd heard an interview on abc. We've pulitzer prize winner. Deborah balloon about her book. The poisonous handbook achieve lee shocking. Mix of science toxicology history and to crime the book tells her poisoning motors tended to be perfect crimes in the early twentieth century until detective work in chemistry and toxicology established forensic science as a tool in the arsenal of the crime. Stoppers of the day among the poisons detailed in bloom's book along with us nick cyanide mercury carbon monoxide and thallium. I was surprised to find a lengthy section about radium. Deborah blum's droll reference to the early enthusiasm for radium stuck in my mind and so did a story. My specialist told me during a pre surgery briefing about the british town of huddersfield. In industrial west yorkshire. Many hundreds of factory workers in the area had died of cancer of the bladder in the twentieth century as a direct result of long term exposure to various toxic chemicals and dyes. I learned later. That warnings had been ignored by both industry and government and research findings suppressed

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African Girls Access Avenue to achieve aspirations and rights: UN deputy chief

UN News

04:12 min | 1 year ago

African Girls Access Avenue to achieve aspirations and rights: UN deputy chief

"Empowering goals in africa can put them on the fast track to achieve their aspirations and basic rights to which they're entitled but too often denied that's according to the un secretary general muhammad. Who's on a two week. Solidirity visit to west africa and the suhel to underscore the united nations support for the region during the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic in a wide ranging interview with the un mission. Maneuvres radio network mikado fm. The deputy u n chief discussed the importance of education. As a foundation to advancing gender equality. Josefina began by asking what the best way forward was for empowering women and girls first of all we have to understand that what we actually doing is providing an avenue for them to achieve their aspirations and basic rights so sometimes when one talks about empowerment is trying to give something no. You're trying to ensure that you open up that space that they acquired rights and education is one of them It's a building block There'll be many of the things that will come to empower a woman But a girl needs to be in school. She needs the foundations She needs the basic elements of education whether their civic the language the math the science everything that helps such stop. churning her brain her aspirations her dreams and connecting them with this this possible that can communicate it so it's really important that that education happens because it opens up the mind to the possibilities. Is it a matter of coffee. Increases confidence it. it You you understand. Better your place in society you'll rights Even if someone else's translating them differently if they're harmful practices in your coaching you begin to understand if that's harmful and that it's not okay And so. I think it's a it's a place that you learn about society about your individual responsibility so for every right. There's an obligation. It's not just about taking it's also not giving And so there's a lot that goes into education about learning your history It's it's a. It's a life long experience education but those building blocks in the beginning of very important for nurturing the mind into region. How do you see d education. Where are the needs. You know for me. Every time someone asks me that question. I remember that. I was educated in the suhel On primary school was as it should be that we had all the basic amenities including a school feeding With nutritious food but it was a place of learning on. It is the skills that i took on and i built a secondary education. Is those skills that allow me to do the things that i do today which is to get a job but better than that. If i don't get a job. I couldn't look around me and i can create the opportunities and i can look for the skill set but i need to move further with it. What does that mean case like. Go to school. I come out to the degree. And i'm looking for a job and i can't find one but because i have the wherewithal i can decide that i will take a job at not train for I can decide that. Perhaps i'm going to set up a soap making factory but because i have an education i can look for the business plan because i can read. I can light. And i've been taught math and science. I can put all of that together and make my business. Education is not just the job. it's the tools it gives you to create To create the work around you More recently i was in a camp With the internally displaced people from from boko haram and we had a group of women Will and girls And i said to them. So what would you prefer an educational skill set and this. Both because with the education comes. Knowledge with the skill set comes in ability to create An and that was very interesting for me and the young girl said they wanted to western education. The older women said we wanted an islamic education but both wanted skills because that's to them was the connection with the light hood. It was a connection with an income. It was in connection with that economic empowerment. That for them so important. For their family

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"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"A brilliant project where she Collected data from six different countries in the world And what we look to add so she tested out three thousand primary school children and Primary school students and their teachers In china england new zealand south korea turkey in the us What we know about the equal sign is how much it plays. A vital role in children's learning of performing n equations solving and So far the focus has been primarily on arithmetic practice. That is being given to the children. So because it's only it's only been so far you know. A. plus b. equals something so the equal sign has been using an operational manner It kind of fosters this view wrong with you for the children. Only understand the equal sign is in they have an operational conception of it. The see do something Whereas what we want them is to refine their definitions of the equal. Sign and have more of a relational conception of the cosign which is that reflects the interchangeability of the sides rights So in emma's peach. St would publication still in the pipeline. Now it showing. How across the world. The best predictor of children's Equation solving was actually. The teacher's knowledge of the students. relational understand relational strategies. So it kind of highlighted. The big part that tilt teaches knowledge plays rather than just us focusing on on the textbooks on on under the individual. The child not the text. Don't play a role sorry it's not that you know but everything plays a role in teaches. Knowledge is big apart internationala. What did you mean i wrote. Did you say teaches knowledge. If it was it relational strategies did you say teaches. A knowledge of their students relational strategy. So when and how. They use relational strategies in there equation. Solving what's relational strategies again. Forgive my ignorance. oh That's a good question. So whether they really understand this relational conception rather compared to using the operational conception when they're solving equations. I see i see it again. Fascinates me listen. I this is something. I have not paid enough attention to just equal signing general. This is why. I just wanted to bring it up when when you mentioned it. It's the. I'm very casual with my yousef sign. I think for of my students. Equal sign is a signal that something needs to be solved be worked out and so on but the other thing i. I'm terrible outs. While i'm hoping i'm getting a bit. Better is is the distinction to equal sign in the equality. Sign so i i would the identity sign. Sorry so i would. If there was a a bracket for example to be expanded associate site to outside the brackets and the next plus three in the rocket. I would always put equals after that expecting students to know that that meant okay. We need to expand the practice. It's not equals. I won't into show me the thing that it's identical to so there's a real danger. Isn't that just casual with these signs. And it's it's kind of the classic curse of knowledge we. We know we know what we what we wanted to me but a less really careful with it can be confusing for students. Potentially what would that be fan. Yes absolutely yes. And that's exactly what this research showed that. This is an international problem. It's not just within the uk And we need to kind of raise awareness of of of expanding teachers understanding of the shooting strategies that they're using when they see the sign and promotes this relational conception of cosign obsolete fascinating. And what another thing. I just like to talk to you about. Tyrod felt so k. Would be an so when a calling foster sent me three some notes on each of each of the ten guests that are going to take part in this series. I'm always looking through the you'll notes and following phone. Some the links on came across some. You're interested in the executive function and in particular with regard to math. Now this is terrible. I then hudson. Google what executive function was right. Because i is one of those terms. I'm aware of. But i've certainly never used there so they'd have used it correctly and wanting trust me about this is that working memory. Seems to be an important part of this but it seems to be a bit above and beyond working memory now working on something we often discuss on this podcast weather talking about and cognitive load come to overload or whether the links to long term memory and so on but i'm always fascinated because and can we all also gas on who say no this this far to to thinking formal to learning than than working memory thus far too narrow a definition fall to our remodel. So i wonder. I'm could you just me a little bit about an executive fokin and in particular. You're interested in how it relates to to mathematics. Learn yes Well you you mentioned a lot of things. No sorry from surrey. So i've primarily focused on working memory to be fair working memories kind of apart of executive functions as from Children when they're young you. You don't really focus on executive functions yet because they're not all developed executive functions. The bigger umbrella. The kind of considered the separate components of attention inhibition updating etc. An all acc as you can imagine just me saying those terms you can imagine are all vital for mathematics and understanding how a particular executive functions play a role in particular when. You're doing a particular arithmetic task. Where mathematic task can reveal the cognitive processing that takes place when you're doing such a task for example In one of my studies we be talked before about the ns the approximate number system. And how things blew up since that came about so one of the tasks that we use that we're used to assess the s was the so called non symbolic approximate arithmetic task. and the ns assume to be an automatic innate system. Right so if you take that as a given then of course working memory should not play a role when you're performing such tasks so we we did a study where we looked at whether the causal mechanisms whether working memory indeed played a role. Join when you do announcing. Bollock approximate arithmetic task at the age of five and we found that indeed. You do need your working memory. So children were updating Their information the information in their working memory and therefore this particular specific task is not you know as automatic or it does need It necessitates no make domain general capacities. Yeah so. I'm not sure which. I will one thing. I'd love you to go deep from their ira. This is always fascinated. How on earth measure things like. How did he know that shoots using working memory verses that it's automatic so I love this question. So i'm going to try to explain now one of my favorite.

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"primary school" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Emma & Tom's PGCE Podcast

"So, you know what Kate had to say and just about the kind of the sense of promise and growth that these young people will have been through over the summer and obviously in the current climate thrown knocked down. It's really important that we create a forum for those voices to come through. Yes. We've got a curriculum to live to deliver but you know, the magic happens in the classroom that ephemeral stuff happens wage when we allow a bit of a tangent and we allow our people to kind of bring a bit of themselves to to whatever it is that we're learning about. Anyway, that was a big long tangent, but it's hard with him. So maybe you went with it or maybe went and grabbed another cutter the time for tangents, isn't it? I was just thinking about the mess and surfing I really don't miss being called it was cuz I thought Most of the time it was probably said less out of respect and more. I have not been able to be bothered to remember what my actual name was. I quite liked Miss. I quite liked it. I tell ya yeah, some people love it. Some people hate it don't know it's an interesting historical hangover actually isn't in the Miss Thing. I hadn't really fully thought about them until I I had a conversation with somebody about it that yeah you would you would not have carried on in teaching once you're a mrs. Would you back in the day? That's a very good point. Yeah, so you'd always been a mess. I would always have been a mess. It's funny actually how those those habits die hard because I've got several, you know among students who I'm still in touch with not just from a chi capacity from when I was back in secondary school. In fact one contacted me last Friday, which was my birthday. She contacted me back to me happy birthday and to let me know that she is now a teacher primary school teacher and and her opening was happy birthday Miss and then I'm seeing bracket in Brackets cheaper down..

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"primary school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Or call for 4389272924438927292 guys, Let's fix it for her. It's not president Election Third is around just close to Democrats hoping to vote Trump out Donald Every pundit Last election rhetoric reaches a fever pitch National primary school by mail. Goingto do that. Think this's place to talk about? Thank you for taking my call. Talk Radio six wcbm coming upon by the clock. It's a 53 right now. Traffic and weather on the threes on talk Radio six. Wcbm once again the North bound ramp from 7 95 on the 1 40 West found still closed. That was a right that happened early this morning took down some wires at the top of the hill. There not Kilgore's Mill Road. You cannot go west on 1 40 From that point through 30 through Reisterstown. Glinda lefthand. Turn it route 91 back over the 1 40 long way around. That's it least 25 minutes delay going up through that area. Baltimore City police said They were heading to an accident on Highland Avenue at Pulaski Highways and I want to keep an eye out for that beltway looks good right now. We're fun and J affection were clear. Both of tunnels and the key bridge. Some fog and some missed in and around the area. I'm sure Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes will talk Radio 6 80 double Do you see? Man pretty much clout. He's got showers for today, says the.

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Arizona's Wilson School District temporarily shuts down two schools due to COVID-19

Gaydos and Chad

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Arizona's Wilson School District temporarily shuts down two schools due to COVID-19

"Of an outbreak of Cove in 19. The Wilson School district reports. The outbreak is it Wilson Primary school, And since Wilson Elementary is so close, they've decided to return to all online instruction. Until November. 9th for students at Wilson Primary and elementary school outbreak means two or more people from different households have tested positive for cocaine 19 even with loosened guidelines, AARP's Dana Marie

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"primary school" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

Reds Ramblings

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Reds Ramblings

"Yeah, that's my reaction. Exactly. But so huge favorite from for most people that live here they just put into an ice cream flavor. I don't know what their thoughts. Yeah. I saw I did watch a video but I did see a a a picture of a guy. No, no, no. No. No, I don't like seafood. I like onions so I know for me I also like onions but that combination when something slithers down your one things that you guys are also famous for and might not be you off. But never the love of licorice apparently is a thing over there. Yes. I hated actually, but it's something that most people indeed love to do when I remember when I was in a Kinder no, Primary School Primerica. Yeah, we needed to do like a talk about one of your favorite subjects and presented to the class and the world that did her talk about her. She said everybody loves Liberation. I was like raising my finger. Yeah, it's also a tradition and it comes in both salty flavor. Yes labor, and then you can also add other stuff to it. And it's a real treat for most people that live here. Yeah. Well I'm with you saying with seafood same with licorice that is not paying for me. So so what are some uniquely Neverland foods that you do enjoy? Well, the thing that I really enjoy is called a stroke baffle. So that mean that you have a very thin biscuit to actually an in-between and there's a layer of dead. I know exactly what you're talking about. But is it no, go ahead. I think know who you're talking about its Lair of hard Insurance like maple syrup done not liquid anymore, but a little bit hardened and then it becomes like a cookie and that is just delicious. It's one of my absolute favorites in the Netherlands so long. It's a very very yes, very, can you spell it out for me real quick. It's a stroke. So s t r o p o p. Yes. Yes. We have some friends over has some bags of candy and all that kind of good stuff and open at one of them and it was a stroke stroke waffle. Is that correct? Okay. Yep. Like hob, I've never seen this it looked fancy. The packaging was definitely fancy-looking and I had it and was like, oh so good. Oh, man. So yes, I've only had that one but either my wife or the frame we had over said they sell them, you know at some other store down the road. So I definitely want I don't want to get addicted cuz those May woo. Yeah and here is another ones you can also get them warm. So then they are liquid and that's even better. You know, the gold ones are already fantastic but the warm ones who should be making me hungry man. We're going to get lunch. So I'm hungry. Yeah, like I said the other but she delivered overseas. Right? Right. I see my address not take a month or so. It won't be warm by a so so what what kind of like regular cuz that's technically like a deserve or snack thing. Correct? Yes. So we're more like a regular like dinner meal lunch meal dinner meal. I have two that I actually like I I used to love what we call. Vertical as a as child. So it's a war translate into farmer and it's it's the.

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"primary school" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"Mom On in front of him and a cop on a tax and I I just made this point where in my notes from just like well, this is courage because joe is visibly terrified, but he's still doing all this also means. Output. Like ten minutes of this episode turned into Ski Free For a minute. Yeah. WHO's really did? Too I was just about to say I wonder how many listeners a too. Young to remember ski for in Awe Stevie. One of the hosts too young to remember. No. Good. You both gifts but not everyone was a computer nerd at the age of four. Yeah. Sort of like. Well, I was very young when Ska- was was like three. Also think. Ninety six. Birth year. So I was eight and played a good bit of Ski. Free. With our. Winters. Push the button to go faster. Press. By respects. Five then all came up just before I started them I think came up before saw to promise school around the same Thomas South Primary School. See I. was I was still very young. I'm probably like the law like the youngest person who can who can actually remember very vaguely. Came Out ninety-eight, I would've been two years old. So it's unsurprising, I don't know about. Yeah. Like it was just at the start of May remembering things in very, very vaguely. So at the same time you picked up digital. Yeah, like a couple of years before we the the digital by came out here as like the anime was here. But everyone knew the individual pets and that was like I, WanNa say two, thousand, two, thousand, one because the old that we diversion tooth stock those in like year was a new one. So yet thousand two thousand probably. So yeah, around the ranch the same time way to make me feel old. You're only like two years older than me that. Threes three. If you would think, I'm currently twenty three I'm twenty, seven Oh. I'm sorry. Thanks. Twenty nine for. Well. Permanent thing..

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The Bung Siriboon Case

Casefile True Crime

05:52 min | 1 year ago

The Bung Siriboon Case

"In early June Two Thousand Eleven Ciragan Sarah Boone affectionately nine nicknamed bone was happy and brought thirteen-year-old halfway through her first year of high school. The previous few years had been full of change and adjustment. The Bung showed great resilience and face stage challenge head on. She was born in Thailand on December thirty, hundred, ninety seven and had an older sister Syrup own whose nickname Pang complimented her own. Deceased. His parents divorced when both goes was still young. In two, thousand, four, the mother Veneto travelled to Melbourne for a holiday and fell in love with a local named Fred Paterson. The past iding touch off the return time and two years. Later Fred Move Thailand The couple married and Fred became a loving father to Bung Pang. In two thousand tonight the family decided to move to Melbourne. said that Pang now seventeen and bomb edge ten could have the advantage of an Australian education. I purchased the home in the eastern suburb of Baranya and the go settled in. Pang completed the equivalent of a high school education while bunk took English classes and attended the local primary school. She seemed became best friends with a classmate ninety Yami Hilla who also lived in the area. The army was often bullied by students. The Bung always stood up for her. When it was time for the two friends to start school several years later, they both unrolled A. College. They met age morning to walk to school then ambled home together in the afternoon. The. Eight hundred and fifty made along route along residential Straits only took about ten minutes to Compla-? Here is wrong. Why has everyone put their furniture out on the street she asks Her Dad Fred explains about rubbish. It seems ridiculous when he says it out loud. Where and her family come from everything is reused every last scrap of paper every empty tin. Bong. It's fascinated. Can we go and look? They spend a moaning, wondering the paths of Barnea glimpsing into the lives of others wondering why such useful looking things have been discarded. They see sagging chairs and old TV as and dented bicycles. Plastic Children's toys. Fred feels a bit guilty to see it all. To realize how much we take for granted. But bungalows too young and innocent cynical thoughts. She is -tective anthropologist a treasure hunter. It's a peculiar family outing but for. Everything is an adventure. Plants Flowers in the front garden anew house with him Mom's sister and dad when they install a water fountain. Magpies wobble above them in the twisting white arms of gums and the House starts to feel like home. It was raining on the morning of Thursday June two thousand eleven bong eight egg gro soup for breakfast. Then set off the school. Let around half Pasta cooling out by mom see you later as she left. Yami was being driven that day due to the weather the bung was content to walk. She was wearing a school uniform address with blue and white stripes as well as black. Dunlop volley runners what socks a blue raincoat and blue baton backpack. A neighbor who lived three doors down on nosy straight. So her walking regular route shortly after eight thirty. But when her teacher to grow call minutes later. There was no sawn of bone. Nor did she attend any of her other classes throughout the day? Though bungs absence was unusual and immediately noticed by by friends and teachers. There was issue md that she was unwell and nobody followed up the matter with her family. Bank typically returned home from school by three forty pm but that afternoon, there was no sign of her. She had left him eyeball phone at home in accordance with school rules, and shortly after four o'clock just the Vineeta with starting to wonder where her daughter was. The phone rang. It was bunks best friend Diani cooling to remind Bong about a football game that was scheduled to play the following day. Diani told Fred Vineeta. The Bung hadn't been at school and Penny immediately said in. The couple drive directly to Baranya hearts call agent spoke with the school principal who confirmed the Bung had been absent and staff had assumed she was sick. Off too quickly searching the school grounds Fred, and Veneto drive to Knox police station to report door. Missing. Police took a statement from them but were unable to do anything further as bunk hadn't been missing alone. I advised the couple to rate you out to all of their family and friends to ensure bung wasn't with someone else. Fred and Vineeta cold and visited all of bungs France, but no one had seen her. The army informed them that her mother had driven her to school that morning because of the rain they had stopped briefly at the goals regular meeting spot hoping to offer Bunga lift but hadn't seen. Fred and Vineeta was so distraught that they couldn't eat or sleep that not. Only, the next morning they returned to the police station to officially report bunk missing detectives to drop the case.

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Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

Casefile True Crime

05:02 min | 1 year ago

Cindy & Mona Lisa Smith

"Cousins just center rose and Melissa Smith had been inseparable since childhood the two goals but just one year apart in age and grew up close to one another in the small town of book located in Central Northern New South Wales. Just Cinta who was the younger of the two was better known by her nickname of Cindy. Shea was born on October twenty, three, nineteen, seventy two and was the youngest of seven children with four brothers and two sisters. Cindy lived with her mother Yona don't Smith and her siblings in a house on the east side of town. She was often looked after her brother Loyd who was seven years her senior. Mona Lisa's family resided on an aboriginal reserve. Now, the L. Said Woods village, which was like I did about two and a half kilometers west of Burke. Known by locals as the reserve the yellow said Woods village consisted of twenty cottages which were run down and overcrowded. It was entirely populated by indigenous Australians from two families, the Edwards and the smiths. Siblings cousins, and other extended family members lived side by side and the close community provided a sense of safety and belonging to its residence. Nine. Lisa was born on November twenty, nine, Nineteen seventy-one to parents June Smith, and dougie shillings worth. On the nausea was born have father had walked to Burke Hospital to visit June and their newborn singing. Nat King. Cole's Song of Mine Ole saw the entire. This led the couple to name their baby goal after the famous song. They also had another daughter Fiona and four sons. Dougie held big dreams for all of these children hoping that they would have good jobs and delayed successful lives. The close knit family spent their evenings together, dancing and singing. But when Mona Lisa was just six years awed Dougy Center, a heart attack and Pasta way. Cindy and Moaner attended primary school together before enrolling at the same high. School. They were both happy go lucky popula conned and dwell locked. Cindy was the nurturing top taking on babysitting Judy's and caring for her younger cousins when needed. Minor roles. So babysat her cousins and was sporty playing regularly Internet Bolton. When Cindy was in her early teens she left high school and Moan followed suit at the end of nineteen ninety seven when she was sixteen years old. Cindy. who was now fifth Dane often travelled the short distance to the reserve to spend time with no nine her family. The two goals occasionally got up to mischief together, but they will well behaved and widely regarded as good kids. Because there wasn't a lot to do in Burke, which was a remote ap Bac town, they would spend their time hanging out with friends visiting pox and swimming and fishing at the nearby darling. River. On Saturday December five, nine, hundred, ninety, seven, Cindy. Dimona spent the day together and accompanied one of their aunties to a nearby park. By the time evening fell. The two of them had decided to go into town. Burke was a small town with a population of just three, thousand, four, hundred paypal. It was originally home to the Nimba people, but when Watt settlers arrived in the area during the mid eighteen hundreds as traditional landholders would dispossessed. Lock old indigenous people across. Australia. The Nimba paypal battled loss of land and culture were hit hod by European disease and experienced conflict with colonists. By the late nineteen, th century, their population had dwindled. While some continued to live a traditional lifestyle in the region surrounding book others found employment on nearby. CADDO stations.

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Motherhood in a Pandemic with Tanya Moodie

Scummy Mummies

04:37 min | 1 year ago

Motherhood in a Pandemic with Tanya Moodie

"Tennis about your family my mom and Dad. Both. In Ottawa in Canada, that's where I was boon. and my step dad as well. He's glorious. He's been my mom now for like thirty years. So he's very much a family and and then my brothers in Toronto he's an actress well, producer director and a creator and his what's in my brother's named Andrew and his wife's name is Tanna spelt the same way wow. So are they to ten meetings? There are two Chinese, and my partner's name is Andrew. Hang on. Boo. Hello. About two nieces over there in Toronto and then so my family here I've got a twelve year old girl named willow. And that's it. Excellent. Your twelve yard is just started year seven. Finishing. Because you've, you've got one on the way. Yes. I have just got a daughter in your six and we just had like the zoom. Deputy head. Of School and so we are just entering the kind of whole mine change. Our Periods come. Online David. It's really. Out of biggest the yeah I am too bracing myself because all the whole thing like she's been fairly hippie south London local primary school. Uniforms and all sorts of serious. Big. Thing. How's your first year being I mean it's been weird obviously and yes in a cupboard but. I have to say I'm one of the lucky parents in that. If she was a younger, I would have had to be dealing with homeschooling in an active way what I mean six actually the curriculum in your six is very hard for them. Obviously, it's straightforward because led up to it but if you're going to ask I mean I can't even do kind of long division. Wants me to help with something and I'm like. Well this is how I did today in nineteen. Seventy. Spending. Here's a calculator. By hand. And then it would have had to be way more hands on. Whereas the seven will I have found? It could just be a terrible ma'am. I do admit that. It could just be because I'm a very bad person but I basically done nothing. That sounds Dreamy I've done nothing. She's been in her room. Doing actual classes they have to sign in on zoom every morning at eight thirty, eight, forty, five. Yeah they do the full schedule of classes on say wow. And she has breaks they even do pe. She's got two room. She got my Yoga Mat. She's the whole Shebang but from home. And we still have the report cards and everything. So she's kept up. Wow and I just stood back and you can just like stop smoking the garden having been. Doing. I kissing by the garden shared. A room like she's. If you tips for the transition surviving the transition well I think I had to make sure I didn't get. Involved or helicopter around her social life because for me when I realized, it was that the most important thing is that socially she feels anchored. Yeah. All this concern about. This class that class her grades teaching did it, and actually at that stage is entirely secondary. It's about her making friends because that's the only thing for my daughter that she was concerned about. Her nerves came from. Will I make any friends because you didn't know anybody at hunters to to you know what I mean. And so I got on board with her to just focus on that and not be don't talk about. Other stuff. Parents would that we would get on the kiss in a twist about. The sleepless night. Yeah it's my business. So she'd be like, Oh, I want make Koshi. Will up he? Didn't. Give, confidence in the of the first day meeting and she went to school in the first week with a stinking cold. So she was a bit kind of glassy-eyed anyway she's patient zero. I think. It's nice. To know where we'd have. Yeah. So actually that was a bit of it ended up being a bit of an openness to meet some people could be sputtering away and go to are you? Okay she went no, I'm dying apparently made them laugh. You Bronte sisters.

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Boston - Diocese Of Fall River Catholic Schools Will Return Fully For In-Person Learning

WBZ Midday News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Boston - Diocese Of Fall River Catholic Schools Will Return Fully For In-Person Learning

"Students at Catholic primary schools in the fall River diocese will come back to school in person in the fall diocese announcing today a full re opening of all of its pre K through credit Great eight schools. The 22 schools will operate five days a week in the fall with all students students welcome back. As for the high schoolers, a decision on what their fall will look like we'll be coming down at a later

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"primary school" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nurseries and primary schools reopen across Denmark but people's will have to keep that distance children will have to sixteen metres apart desks will be to meet his pot a lot of lessons a lot of play will be outside

"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

12:27 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"This is difficult but we have been surprised at how well people should be able to use the. Ucla snap to Deacon abroad in the reins of learning experiences and so ensuring that they as well as that structure and seeing the teacher in having those sorts of lessons each day they have the opportunity to More independent and so if I can explain what's was available tatum. Being less or cautious in in doing than we would normally be when when we had the kids at school got it and you get a sense John F. How you students of finding the experience and in particular is there any difference between the age groups? You'll the first primary teacher? We've spoken to on this series. I'm particularly interested if you find like younger. Students are finding and any difference. You're older students yet so I think it's a really good question I think. Let's Confu really confusing. For trump younger primary students say the feedback that we've had some parents be ready really positive. They've been very grateful that we have provides the of these lessons because they told us that That structure and not routine is really important for the kids and that they were worried that they wouldn't have thought so with with children They can they can sort of sit them down that give them breakfast and then at nine o'clock do do some exercise together with Jerry. Wixom HUNTER THEM. And then say it's time to do your mass now The you sit down and watch your teachers video if you haven't finding a tricky on how coming in but that's your next hour now so and it just gives that day that same pattern embry teen. I think it's a bit confusing for the kids because Gemini when you're when you're five or six you're like when I'm at school. I'm doing work when it's play time. And so that's sort of like school seeping into the life. In that way. I think is probably like a bit more confusing for our. Our younger children are second older. Primary children have again. We've got so many great videos phase one things we've done for staff morale is we just have like a Google slides document whenever we get like a coup video or picture from a kid whether doing some working something funny at home we just put on there. You can just going to have kids at home doing great work. We've got four kids still insisting on year three children assisting wearing the school uniform every day this this day and so are older Jordan have adopted Really really well too. I think. Poor advice because it's their teacher on the screen and it's the book they were reading book. They were studying before they before they left. It was the same sort of math unit that they were doing before they laughed. And that they're pretty savvy with technology so said that hasn't been to ensure problem I think that year eleven has probably the most tricky in terms of like motivating year eleven to continue with its curriculum work. Like how how? Tough for them right. A toddler working towards she sees is somebody being whipped out from underneath them. Have no idea. So what starting next year in September. So getting them to solve like motivates the year eleven to log on every day and complete these sorts of tasks when they know that. There's no end goal and of course we can say into a blue in the face. This is great prep for your twelve. You'll behind if you don't do this. It's worth learning just for its own sake but when I think about myself so sixty listening to this but when I think about myself sixteen I think I would try to really hose told Jesus is consoled and my math teacher how we're GonNa continue completing the textbook because it's fun than I think I'd find really hard so motivate myself and the truth is we have very little leverage like this. There's not really anything that we can do if they if they just choose not to. Which means that we're having to focus on incentives and praise and motivating factors which I guess is another interesting another interesting difference for all of us as teachers. We can have big today around behavior and discipline and we as a school we saw like I think quite often get criticized by those who sort of like the no excuses. They people they say. Oh your woman. Fussy to will the relationship work yet. We have to come on site counseling For the kids all the time and we use first names and they think royalty warm and fuzzy and then there's the Believes Restorative Justice sale use? Took off? Not like your your too strict surveys. But this has been a useful exercise in well actually most of the most stick so elements of your of your behavior management strategies being removed. You've been you've been stripped the Strip to the stick. And and so. How do you motivate kids when they were It's quite difficult to offer a of like a consequence not doing at one not doing it to a standard and B. Not Tons of sort of like obvious a positive sort of like incentives the obsolete fascinating this. John and as I say this is for me. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA have to get you back onto today deeper into some of you you've routines and processes and stuff that you have in place in the school and but just bring this this compensation to an end just just three. Quit reflections from you again. Feel free to be as brief or his death. Eligible icon these people are taking these all different kinds of ways so my first question is is there anything at all about distance teaching or remote learning or whatever label on to put on it that you actually prefer to in the classroom teaching so yes. The short answer is yes. One thing is I feel like I've had a lot more time to think hard about curriculum to think hard about sort of like a reflecting on the peoples like going to be doing that extra time so I think I'm probably working about five hours a day. I think our teachers probably about about the same property waking about saying and we had a discussion as ness lt of like. So if that's what we think what we think about that and we basically decided like that that feels like the sweet spot. That feels about right. I guess we could say like you're contracted to to work this many hours. So let's fill those extra hours that you're not working for over. What would be the point in doing? I think generating that sort of work for work doesn't feel like it would be a positive step in my of goodwill and for me the extra time. It's just been really really helpful because I just I just feel like I'm going to think about what I'm doing. Much greater level of depth. I quite enjoyed that. I think the one thing I enjoy is that so much. Accountability is being taken away. The I feel like I can speak out about my subject a bit more. So designing of Lake Pre year twelve course was just tons of fun because I could without my book of like Philosophical four experiments. And say this. We've never time to talk about this lessons. Walkout me passionate about the subjects in the first place. It's the reason I went onto to university and now I can spend an hour talking about it because because discernible bet you often and in the sense of the accountability and say that area of having that level of flexibility. I have really enjoyed. And I feel like a hypocrite saying this because I've I've sort been quite very outspoken about how I think that having accountability measures like sensible and in growing up professional. And the satsify fine and we we should have sats. And it's it's okay just like have curricular scrutinized a and so I'm just GonNa I'm just GonNa often no defense myself. Being a hypocrite is lovely to be able to just shut it so yeah. I think that's that's the thing that I've enjoyed. The spontaneous thickened and kind of following on from that. Do you think this experience will change classroom teaching in any way John? I saw about the Fortunately I think I do. I am ready step curve of the idea that like this is going to the mentally change. Everything I think that the next twelve to eighteen months. You're going to be a bit shaken. A bit weird The we have this problem obviously of year. Eleven next year I studied A fraction of the TC quotient space to same with kids. Other than that. I don't I don't I thank the whistle. Negative start like flipping all classrooms. I think think that teaches sort of clashing. Practice is going to change massively I think that schools will settle back into a similar routine to think about six months ago. Schools will look pretty much like that in about six months. Maybe improve wrong. I think that it's really ready. Ready hard to shift like people's habits and coaches and stretches once especially once a sober accountability measures. That have now come back in. I think I think the classrooms Very very similar to what they've always looked like fascinated fascinated and final question. John AMAC and you've already drop loads of a good piece of advice and nuggets throughout this. I wonder if there's any way kind of to summarize or pick out one or two key pieces of advice or tips if the teacher listen who find themselves in this situation or what have you learned and say one thing one thing that happens. Is The community work during We we currently making four hundred meals. Each day for for our families run free school meals but we'll save for other members of the wider community on members. Committee outlive people. We have parents coming in that delivery service but parents come and pick those up on Mondays and Thursdays so they have all of the food variable and I think that speaks to like in terms of if there's a piece of advice now is now with the Times like the human just human beings I and be a teacher second Just be kind to people. be we saw every conversation with staff members parents people's with is there anything. I can do to help like walk me do support because this is a really difficult time. Same people And now is not the time to be a behind heavy handed time just to be a human being so the anti Oliver that that's my piece of advice. Speaking behind is a lovely way to to an about SEPA. Well this has been an absolute pleasure as I say. I've been looking forward to speaking to you on the podcast in some form for a long time now and this. This is kind of wet my appetite for more. So thank you for giving up your time and also have thank you to you and.

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"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

12:28 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Writing expanded known for is their kind of knife. Ready be obnoxious. Maybe like Atari project where it can be and so if if they going for that then great. They've already dry humor there but probably the it's inappropriate and you need to see this to say it's not appropriate to describe nauseous obnoxious welcome to trying to use an ebay vocabulary and you don't get that so that can be quite so say literacy is a bit more difficult Similarly with science obviously requires specialist equipment. So I was science lead For primary has just created a video of science experiments. That kids can do around the home And then so of like added onto that. That's the theory behind. Say That kids a get the Happy to the practical. They have a chance to do the experiment. And then they But what they sometimes it solve left Atlanta. It's fun last. Like is a fun activity because really learn anything. And we'll get is okay. So this is what's going on a molecular level that driving this often. Let's say there's a whole bunch of activities could stood there in terms of science and a little bit of theory. Well in truth like regard drops we had to. We had to make peace with the fact that is going to drop here and and the US. That's the situation and that's okay constantly trying to say where. Where can we continue to live in new content? On where we can. We should and make sure it's decent quality and mature. Expectations are still high. In terms of the word the kids are doing in terms of both qualitative quantitative but not so of IBM are a bit too much. Because we're not the same level of regularly do normally in in the classroom got it got it final question digging into the practicalities of this. I'm one thing that's come to light throughout this series of podcast on record in his is different technologies that are being used for for kids and teachers to communicate with each other and I really like idea of using videos on Youtube Casino log in. It's easy to access from any device and so on I'm interested in the kind of almost jewel usas picked up on it. John Between Google classrooms and an emails. So I'm writing saying that on this eleven till twelve time when teaches or online and kids can be sending emails but they can also be chatting through Google classroom and also what's the what's the logic and this isn't menton in a bad way at all between and what's the logic behind asking kids to e mailing photos of work. This is using something like Google classrooms. Because I'm just thinking of a teacher props getting thirty miles with photos. Different orientations figure out who the frontier. All this kind of stuff. Him and it does email avenue drawbacks in in that sense. One hundred percent. That's the biggest problem. That's the biggest problem. We've come up against that. Was like way more for seats than we than we. Well we anticipate it was going to be fussy but the thing is. We had the decision that we made was. We can either make this difficult for teachers. We can make it difficult for children. Let's teachers because a submitting stuff through Google classroom requires a level of technological. Understanding is beyond some of our younger children and families and say then. Let's say that like ten percent of all primary find. Find that difficult The having to contact sixty families to talk to them about To discuss with them about how to ablation through Google classroom which is is not is not like massively must be difficult but if you are not comfortable with technology and with computers then it's it's probably a left of complication that is beyond being able to explain. I ever a phone so say that's the reason. Now he said I if kids want to upload through Google classroom they they can come and say we're starting to sort of like a loser. Pretty relaxed generally like whatever works? Va That's the thing you do. That's Jimmy View. That is the thing whatever works you find these days what you should do but for families so if they won't Abadie across from that comes with nothing that's fine an audible children in secondary so all of our children in the face to face four. They complete work. They tell you they added that drive on that phone and they uploaded to Google classroom. Nice and easy for them to do Beco our had teacher for the secondary phases made a quick video social and how to do that and explain some before they left. So we're confident that like if you're alive nor twelve. You're able to do that like yourself you can. You can understand how to do that if you're seven. You're not necessarily able to to do that whereas your parents can is straightforward is just taking threes and manning it to your teachers. It takes the families that he seconds today in the evening and so moves of stress for them. The reason we want every day is like there is an accountability thing here of ARC is doing work. One of the things that we don't want to do is so this period to massively widen the lots of people are worried about that. So what can we do to ensure that all kids access to the same source level of Curriculum? This is one of the ways. And so we. We won't have a sense of which kids all aren't doing the work so that way I can on during the work we can find out why if we can remove that obstacle possible by makes perfect sense. Fantastic so to summarize. John What would you say is working well out of out of this this experience so I I think that there are a few things have come out with this so first of all how much we love being in school and seeing our kids and everybody's chomping at the bit to get back and get back into classrooms. I think the what's what what is we have saved for kids. We've seen some of our children who struggle with independent tasks at school. We seen them really flourish and complete amazing work. That really crowd opened with like embarrassed. 'cause we're looking at each other and be like Oh God. They've been home for three days and they've completed piece of Ryan's Benton anything ever seen itself. But I think that all of that is is the very takings at the rain pace. And that's really courses to reflective along those kids who confined lessons like programmatic and can often sought by. Aktau in in response to that. We're seeing just the fact that will when they pause the video they're gonNA pause it for fifteen minutes instead of eight minutes but that's okay. That's the time they need to complete the task and they haven't got teacher being like you go eight minutes on the Board. You need to create more than go and that pressure than creating implosion for that kid of. I'm not going to do eight minutes and I'm not gonna I might as well just like give up on this complete. The it seems that being able to take their own pace a bit more is really benefiting those Children more replace learners. I think the second thing is it's helped our teachers ready. Focus on exposition and explanation and all of that sort of good stuff in in terms of what we've learned Kokusai in terms of like breaking things down so they can stick trim pots ensuring of autism. Giving kids like appropriate scaffolds. Say the They they have something like look back in terms of taking it. Step by step giving Britney good-quality worked examples. Refer to like. This is the bread and butter of distance teaching. But it's also the number of just good quality teaching more generally and so he so it's been a chance of reflect back on that so they're they're obviously we we want. We want to be in school. Want to have our kids and all classrooms again but it has been a chance for us to be able to focus on a few of those things fantastic and I really like trump on the positives in la La Superbug John. What's not working quite so well say I mean one of the things that bothers me about this is the day we try to mitigate it does feel like those. Those families and children with the with the least material means Are the Mercer by by this by this particular period and finding it most difficult to access what's available and I think ultimately going to come back from this lockdown The behind the those that have have is the means to sort of give every kid in that class every. Sorry every kid with loggins for the best evening clot forms and things and that I think that that's that's hard and some of these problems I could mention. But the like just giving kids don't goes annoy straightforwardly. Sold as retail hype. So I think that's really tough something people what's ahead from? We think all parents are really really hard. And when I mentioned like the gap there and these parents with more material means in a sense those kids like they obviously having advantage and there's obviously a level of privilege there in terms of like NAM to worry about that sort of book the those parents even almost African parents will that stuff finding this radio and finding that keeping a kid even with a set routine entertained and occupied a hours a day when they went used to doing is really trust for. I'm really difficult and if you'll find it distressing really difficult when you have so old material means you need than that's going to be obviously hugely More difficult if you don't have those and say that I think is is obviously not working. Well just just gentlemen and won't be to get school as quickly as possible absolutely and yet again. That's one thing that's coming through this real fear of widening the gap. It's it's a really tough one. John you mentioned that one thing that you've changed since she started doing this was the notion of putting appliances as kids. Could self mark during the lesson? Is there anything else that you've changed in in the couple of weeks of this has been going with our with our older students? Storms a bit more sort of Independent. So one of the things I'm doing is Preaching cost gene hunting a year and of course with our year eleven secondary students. They have a maths and English everyday and then two more lessons. Say that. That's a much sure Curriculum than they used to. But how four lessons complete and for your eleven. They do bridging curriculum. Say That would just be them getting ready for the subject taking in yet twelve because I teach and are available. Religious studies have just put together a six week. Curriculum of like welcome to philosophy and ethics. Welcome to the G. Harrison. The big concept. We're going to be covering it for year thirteen. The kids I was I thought I was pairing. And Hey level which. They'll never get to do now. Just in a pre university course for them Against of ICA twelve sessions or say on his is what you can expect university. We've we've tried to really give those people more independence and trying to navigate..

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"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

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14:56 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"That seems like a smart decision What was it not trying to cover what we would have covered in school against some schools to try and do that? And that's laudable We we what we've done is we've said this is what we were planning on on doing. In terms of content in terms of the sorts of knowledge goes through hoping to to teach children. What is possible? And let's not make perfectly detonated a good here if it's just not possible to them. Just throw it out and walk me out to make sure that the lessons are already achievable one of the things that we're ranch keynote to do is put additional stress onto onto families Is was already a stressful situation. So we actually think that giving nothing tool would be would be stressful for companies. And that's one of the reasons that we're offering daily lessons with the expectation that that people's complete the work in those in terms of curriculum. I'll give you an example in our primary vases for literacy what we normally do 'em in primary as we have an hour of reading in the morning and hour of reading instruction our writing instruction and they'll often be based on the same book so children will be Yeah threes at the moment. Studying a book called journey to joke and so they'll spend an hour reading that in focusing on one skill maybe something like inference and they'll spend a bit of time What the teacher modeling making inferences. And then in the writing session they might focus on retelling the retelling of the story For what we're doing with our nine lessons we've decided the just one literally less than a day makes more sense and said we just flip flop. One day we'll be a reading day next. There will be a writing day with our maths lessons. We usually have seven Paul lesson because we follow the Mass Masri Scheme. Seven partners feels like it would be a bit overwhelming and so we stripped down and and have so a keyboard modeling and then chance to pause it until of apply in practice that another keep mortally chance to pause and store over a practice that and just ticketed as those cheap goods and so we stripped basically. I just could you give us an example of something you've cut out. The decided just wasn't feasible in these conditions. John Oh okay yeah so anything that requires precious equipment like I said before we we. We send kids even with exercise books Before we close to quite lucky that we we anticipate the coaches and say a bit of time to put some put some things in place like checking whether kids have devices and things But one of one of the assumptions that we make is the Kids will only have a pet so and the excise but gave them because for some of the children that will be true. I'm one of also guiding principles is to pitch things towards those people's the curriculum will give the same in the same sort of way that we get you for a knowledge curriculum because our belief is that some of the kids if they get capital that's rich knowledge in the classroom. They went to the old And so we'll focus our curriculum that kit because they're the ones that are least likely to go on to get the grades that give them choice and opportunity Similarly some kids weren't have nice things are so we will change. We've changed soon Which was particularly to do with space in and measure because it required quite a lot of it requires specialist equipment that the the school literacy tasks similarly will give we'll give writing tasks that don't require like lots of precise feedback so I think that Yeah threes stuffed decided to take out a yellow unit on dialogue because to teach his dialogue. They make Ariza's on the punctuation and is quite difficult to you need to be solved like whizzing around kids with a heart. You've missed it. You missed you missed that. You've misled. Calmer and kids can quite find it quite hard to solve self check that work. So we're just taking each been having luck ends of imagining that kit perhaps We we have parents. We know we have parents who are doing incredible work on the front line maybe working nights and sleeping in the day and they said they weren't necessarily where have their parents available to help them. They weren't necessarily have rates equipment available to them. And so we have that kid in our mind when we saw planning lessons. Will they be able to do this lesson? Even though they're seven and they've just got back available. God love makes a Lotta sense as well alight principle and what she balanced then John Between live teaching and assigning work is it and we're going to talk in detail about about your videos and they live teaching or is that kind of watch it any time. Yes so then not life teaching. We're doing very little live teaching Say The reason for that is because we think this important of families have flexibility to watch the videos when it suits them So we know that we have families that preferred to do this work in the late afternoon or evening because that works that fits him with working patterns for them And so that's absolutely fine. We wouldn't we wouldn't dream of saying that parents must be done at nine o'clock when the timetable says nine o'clock They're also families where we have three or four siblings and they're sharing devices and so the recorded gives those families flexibility. The one kid can walk semis video and they can start doing their equations while the other kids then looks on what she's having video and they just flip flop around so we record the videos and we popped up onto youtube or loom and the kids can access them at China sort of appropriate for them. that's pretty much. There's a little bit of life teen idea of life teaching for our sixth woman who are older children the jeopardy it's accordion and put up a just at at nine o'clock with days will then accept it up so it gets access so now. I'm obsessed with the practicalities of this John. I mean sums of record in videos themselves. What kind of Casal? What kind of technologies are all your stuff using them so again? We Really Lucky. We perhaps pessimistically We predicted the school closures. Quite earn about two or three weeks before they went out. We start. Put some of these plans in place and so we we scrapped this EP. Two weeks before you start to train train teachers how to record videos so we use zoom and you cheap and Liu so our dislike different in primary and secondary here and say I'll start with primary imprimis teaches will do is. They will the zoo which lot millea with now and tell you prep meeting but just with them so this this bar that we constantly. We're quite comfortable with the fact that none of this is particularly pretty is working for us at the moment. So they'll they'll open up their personal meeting room just open a video and that obviously gives them just them on the screen so they can then give that will zoom Record your screen record the meeting. So they'll hit record and then that was a good morning. If I've how're you doing so bright sunny day today? They normally get some shout outs because lovely for the children to hit that he just saying. Oh Gosh did lovely piece of writing yesterday when you email in. It made my day beating that. It's nice to see that and to help them see that works. Still being acknowledged. Bet what will then do is then use zoom function of sharing screen to share that presentation or to share that visualizes usually one of those two things so we sent. What about teachers? Hey with a home on them on their desks if they're doing somewhat lengthy usually maths lessons tend to tend to use presentation a and visualize and writing lessons are usually a bit more. Visualize a of focused or Whiteboard fakest surgeon when you say presentation what do you like a powerpoint. Kind of annotated overpower planters. Is something different? Yes exactly so. It's usually the this over the slides that are provided by mastery. The activists spiral sliced divided by mass mustard Presentation that the teachers have made for a writing so an example that with mass will be. The teacher starts that presentation. Say hello everybody and then That share that screen and I'll say Yesterday converting fractions decimals into percentages. I just want to recap that skill. Say I'M GONNA put up on the screen. I want you to pause pause the screen and just practiced doing those to make sure they'll be caught off fingertips and they they showed that presentation ten therefore them and then the teacher will say the record auto. So they'll just say to the children pause the video now incomplete not now wait a second great good to have you back Let's go to the answers and you can take them if you got them cracks and the Dow just right using the Using this annotation tool them on zoomed. They'll just right the answers in So that kids can then see if they've gotten correct. I see this. This is fascinating this John. This is this is almost like a third way in between. You've got the like teaching at one end of the spectrum. You've got the just setting work whether it's off. Something like in Secondary Light hegarty maths docked Fra so something like that. This is almost kind of in the middle of that for me. We'd see it's taking the best elements of the live teaching because it's as Scott up personal torch to it but also it's got that flexibility built in that. The students don't have to be sat at their desks between nine and nine forty five. Or whenever it is. Was that kind of very much in the forefront of your mind when you were devising this that you wanted kind of the best of both worlds. Yeah I think say so we. I think one of the things we try to do is be ready flexible and and and and not think too much And we've got quite an adaptable adoptable model. But one of the things. I think that has helped. We think this has been quite successful. We've got pretty pretty high take-up so pretty close to a hundred percent of kids accessing and emailing and work every day And I think one of the things is. We made the decision quite early on. Keep clowns simple and dirt. Change the plan. Because it's really really tempting to go on twitter and go oh my gosh. Somebody's doing this but doing this. This is available. This is available and bombard parents and kids with the emails. Being you can do this you can do this. You do that and also a little bit ad hoc in a little bit confusing And so you one of the things that we think that was. The really important was kissing that teacher everyday kits from the same structure every day. That's like real predictability of I know when I log on. I will have three youtube links. Math slink an English link and a humanities or science link. That's my day Throughout today do those three videos plus exercise so we wanted to keep it really simple and that sort of response and then as you went three we realized who to begin with. We're doing a lot sort of like here Answers see if you can self mark but then we realized that's actually quite easy fix so our what we were doing when kids emailed work and our support staff was off. Mark Network in sending sending it back and that didn't feel like a really efficient so of like us time given that what we could do is just put down to up in the lesson and that was then add subsidies instructional value of seeing kids. Seeing a bit muddled serve. They did get it wrong. They can see why they go wrong. I see this absolutely fascinating. Us and again a few technical questions here about the kids log on in the morning to see links to the three videos were the logging onto John so use Google classroom. We already used Google classroom for old primary from year. Two Up We use that for our homework anyway. So kids pretty use to logging on And and and completing tasks from Corey What we've done now is. We've we've made youtube channel because we realized these videos May well be useful to school. Was the position these sorts of days. And so we've just plunked. We've made it. Youtube Channel That youtube channel with the different playlists for each year in subject. Save if you are a parent and you got a kid in year one and you don't have any switch to that kid at the moment because your schools made the decision. That's not something they they they think. provide Than you could still contract videos and the kids could have a mass video every day So I'll go into a classroom and they three links posted there but families could just go on Youtube Channel And find the find the days. The teachers were Dan advance so on Monday. Recording the video Tuesday and they'll they'll that though you schedule that say that it goes online. He's the next morning I see a couple more issues in terms of the of the practicalities. I should say by the way I'll call. Put a link to Youtube channel in the show so listeners can can check out those videos and you mentioned that part of your as kind of phone in.

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"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

12:43 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"The podcast soap e and just to kick things off. We a little bit about yourself and you school please John. Yeah Hi Greg I'm John Hutchinson. I'm the assistant head teacher. In charge of curriculum and assessment rich. Cut Me Felton. All three school and we were one of the free school in the first free schools to setup So we set up in fell to in two thousand twelve and have children from two to eighteen. As if the last few years we've had children coming to our our whole school and I'm always in charge of the curriculum assessment third the the primary phases. We try not to use turbines primary and secondary we've tried to solve like delete them from our lexicon Because we think to get the value of all through school It's best to think about as one school I think is quite easy. Just have a primary secondly I happen to be located on the same on the same site but what we want to make sure that those children who are really well known by all of that teaches throughout the school and the curriculum was ready. Coherent rights right through the key stages and there wasn't sore the so of a cliff. I sometimes get from six to seven. So that's me. I don't think we have them all through schools up north are. I'm I might be missing missing things here and just in terms of the practicalities of John. Do I'll the other prime second-round separate sites separate buildings undo teaches teach cut across key stage two and three or would it very much be separate in terms of the actual teaching itself yet. Good question so I think that there's a range of approaches from All three schools that cates on different sites to School is that way to buildings but on on the same site with Witty lucky we had And building built for us and we said we have one big building that has all of our children one of the bats the Rebecca Kramer and at Vancouver. Who SAYS THE SCHOOL MADE? Was that smokes more yet. Groups for something was really important so we The founders went into the project with the idea that this was about serving community and especially about saving a community the FBI eaten letdown in lots of ways in the past and so we wanted to become a thought community and still feel like we are that community and so school year groups is really important and have sixty children in each year group and that's true from from reception by up to yes eighteen and a way we work is we have five floors which are five phases so reception wouldn't to a phase one three four five face to Yes six seven eight phase three so that sort of I guess wet traditionally secondary would start but we have all your six on that floor year. Nine eleven as the face for best fit frazzled. Yes yes twelve and thirteen a. They have the run of the top floor. And so that's that's That's one of our sixth formers. They're not talk door and with each with each phase. Go up things. Things are a little bit different. Kids get a few more responsibilities so so a few more privileges or should have a few more responsibility. Say they'll take they'll get blazer once they'd be both into into phase three for example and have a little bit more freedom but they have been more homework. Wow and Steve Irwin again. Forgive me this is stupid question but do the kids all stay in one room and the teachers move between classrooms and between floors or out of the the kids. Move Ed between classrooms. We so to begin with we tried to keep the kids in the same room for as much as possible Because we don't we don't really controversial speaking to you because we don't really believe in the setting streaming. I think that I think that. That's I. that's like say all equivocate here. Because I think that the compensation roster saying industry is never nuanced enough and I think the maths is a good example. Phonics is another good example. Where actually setting something? That's a good idea. Having said that we we have smaller groups and we believe that mixed ability teaching mixed attainment. Teaching is something that we won't have his powerball culture So so you. It means that we don't have to juggle classes around site much. I mean he said that we have recently moved teaches around a bit So teachers and children's twelve move around Sort of equal if kids beefing up six to assigned to science labs so you will try to keep in the same room but they will move about throughout the day. Got It now. There's a real danger hit. I've wanted to talk you on the show for ages and there's a danger that this could turn into one of my Mama Thelma. Pick three hour less what I'm GonNa do I'm GonNa. I'm GONNA be really a restrictive of myself and I'm not going to all the things I want to ask you about curriculum sequencing all that kind of thing that I've heard you talk about up and looking to see you reset chat and instead we're going to get you back on the show. You don't really get a choice about this kind of Well once you're on contracted info life. We'll get you on the show. Won't some schools returned back to to normal to talk more about that and what I want to focus on of course here is? Is this teaching from home. That we're all find ourselves in the position of trying to get our heads around the best way to do it and one of the main reasons I wanted you on was because obviously you've you've got this experience of a primary school and we were not a primary school teacher. I'm on this on this series. As of yet and with all the challenges that secondary schools secondary school students face I can only imagine. It's a whole new ballgame when it comes to the younger students so we live dive into all but just to start off with John. I'm interested in getting a sense of how you yourself a coping with this. I'm now recording us in the middle of the Easter holidays. So I want you to imagine that this is not in the holidays. It's kind of normal school day from teaching room. Home is normal and that can be. What does the structure of Your Day look like? When does it start? When does he finish Wendy? Do you kind of preparation. And how does it fit him with any family responsibilities? You might have So my day starts about I guess about I get about seven per seven which is just a huge treats into our off. I really loved my school on acne across across them than Satan is normally a couple of chips trained to to work. And so I'm I'm only about half US five setting off about Sex which has been schooled by after seven some getting into school at the same time but having an extra hour off that in the morning which delightful say so starts about Harper seven and we. We made the choice in phase one. I'M GONNA use. I'm going to use that term primary in primary. We made the decision to have a briefing every morning. Eight o'clock so what are the expectations is all teachers? Want to zoom briefing eight o'clock and so we all log in and we and we saw talk about some of the things that went very well yesterday What people have planned for today in any swap notices announcements and then we look off people. People go there. That's what jobs So to me that means is I've been put in charge of the online learning because my wife is pregnant at the moment so where will lock down. She's she's locked down to the long run. What's we when we saw closed then my senior teams or said? You're not gonNA come into school. You're just GonNa stay lockdown which means I'm running things remotely so from after the briefing will normally a is spend a bit of time Calling families who having some of problems with accessing. Mind stuff so it could be. The videos aren't working session. So of restriction or just having trouble so of a loading loading something so. I spend time. I'm calling facetime. These days families is sometimes but not all say the some sometimes but not always Most vulnerable families and say as well as sorting out some Geeky tech problems. It's just a good way to check in with those and have a little chart and start the day and hear about how that finding it so so I'll spend my sort of a morning doing so those sorts of problems about a them from about Mid Day or Matz won't be doing is watching. Some of our mazing videos are teachers of have in place. Say I will watch these videos and just drop messages to teaches offering them. How brilliant if there's anything which I think needs to be changed Than also just let them know that so that might sound a bit by doing. The doing lessons scrutiny by lessons but it could just be something like you've all these you set this task and it requires a director and we just calling us. Unit families have trapped. I give a different task for tomorrow. Can you make sure that? Can you just imagine that they were a piece of paper and Pencil and set tasks require those to fix? Just just to get the a bit of a niche for that and then I'll contact some teachers that we have contact tree so audubon teacher contacted every day and that's that's just chapman. That's just I like how you doing how you find a house being unlocked down. How's work going what you can participate or anything? We can do to help three thirty. We have what we call. Mindfulness meetings and this is optional teaches. But it's especially what attended by our parents so we'll go to a tweet thirty. We'll we'll get on. And that's a website like bookending the day and sources say how is today? What was what was really difficult. Has Anybody else found that sort of thing difficult? What people doing tonight? Good Series on Netflix. They're watching that. We can watch. Thanks so much for your word today. de off your laptops in danger inhales until tomorrow morning now and not just sort of like jokes transition from day to the routine is really important for children but routine is really important for to start as well So that's pretty much what my day looks like? And he's will fat spat. It's minute spare minutes. I'll spend writing curriculum booklets or Speaking to to the sorts of scores about we'll see if there's anything that will help folks we we believe in being this of Outward facing as possible. Think that same job here for the same Elkins get the best possible -education account men say as much as possible. We try to show today fascinating. John Obviously going to dive deep into into the videos on what they look like. I love the idea of the that. Mindfulness session at the end of the day. Which is which is optional. It's not something that the teachers are tied to. But a good way of bringing things together and shutting down for the day that seems seems super smart idea and structure. It is fascinating throughout this series structure and routine has been something. That's always been emphasized by everybody in particular in terms of the students and yeah that's something that I found where where the structure of my day is completely changed. Now I find that very hard and I have a routine so that that's spotlighting lots and I'm interested in the content that you covering as well John. I know obviously curriculum plays a huge part in in your philosophy in your school's philosophy. Have you add that to the order if you schemes at work in any way am with these? With these circumstances that kids are now at home and teach our home or are you applying through in the same order that you would have done if schools were open. So we take and we're taking what we wouldn't things idea is to show them in all six four Religious Studies and so to borrow a church of England phrase. We're taking what we're calling a middle way here where with when nor so abandoning abandoning curriculum completely And just doing consolidation retrieval which some schools are doing that..

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"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"primary school" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Now my aim in this series is that you will hear from a wide variety of teachers sharing a wide variety of experiences. We've already had a couple of technology. Focused episodes looking at the use of things like Microsoft teams. Zoom and Google classrooms to try and make remote teaching work. But we've also had episodes focused on the practicalities of simply setting students work. When for example he can't guarantee students will all help devices. All you've got family responsibilities of your own home. We've also heard from mass teaches but also known math teachers to seat this any difference there. But there's been one thing that we've been lacking and this episode I in tents. Put it right so this time around. I spoke to John Hutchinson now. One of the main aims at this series was to speak to teachers of different age groups. John is assistant had reach Academy Felton. Which is a through school which means that they have pupils from year to through to year. Thirteen now's we third in the series. The challenge of setting work remotely teaching older students is problematic enough. And how does it work for younger students? Well Janis team have an answer in the form of daily videos. They record that the students watch at a time of the day that suits them they then do work on paper on the parents. Take a photo an email through at the end of the day. We discussing this episode exactly. Why John and his team chose to do this. And how's it working and best of all there's a link in the show notes that takes you to all the videos that John and his team produced which may be useful if you're a teacher or if you're a parent of younger students now as a warning the sound quality is a little ropey at the start of the conversation but thankfully that soon source itself out. I really hope you enjoy this one. I know you well please stay sick. Okay so is great pleasure to welcome to.

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"primary school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"primary school" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Some scattered light sprinkles at this point it's cloudy and kind of warm sixty nine at Orlando's severe weather station six such security triple team traffic today today is going to be one of those days where the afternoon drive might be affected by the weather more so than the morning drive yeah we got a lot of rain moving in this afternoon so and like you said like specter good afternoon drive home right now so far so good I for up to speed in both directions even though we saw overnight construction I forget Spanish on your part right two right lanes blocked and I. four westbound I. colonial drive you got a right lane blocked state road forty six he spent large bowl of our right wing is blocked there this traffic report brought to you by a Ford when you need in demand talent on demand forecasts the world's largest network of independent professionals like designers developers data scientists you name it when you need in demand talent on demand for his house with traffic alerts every six minutes in the morning or helping you get to work on time I'm F. towards two ninety six point five W. DPO it's totally not not the time to be checking out your four oh one K. right now right hang on we will take a look at the markets straight ahead on Orlando's morning news a data what's coming up on your show all the data show will recap of the crazy slap fight the socialist slap fight debate for you ahead of the South Carolina primary school have all of the latest news from Washington DC plus we have a quick five we have Florida man in today is the day of the show today one to three PM on Orlando's news and talk news ninety six point five W. DBS I'm John Morgan of Morgan a Morgan when I was born I got lucky a gift if you will my early life was really hard for many reasons but at the time it really didn't seem all that hard I had.

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"primary school" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

10:41 min | 3 years ago

"primary school" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Moon. At ten pm. Diane went to check on her daughters and found that the ways was still awake. Noticing that the curtain and window were rope. Open above Louise's bed, Don, instructed, her older stored at a closed them before wishing her good nor and heading off to bed in the room next door. Donna, what could six o'clock the following morning of January five as she walked down the short hallway towards the front door. She peed into her daughter's bedroom and notice youngest Rachel was still sleeping, but Louise was noting her bed. She checked the lounge room kitchen, bathroom and back backyard. But there was no sawn of her oldest daughter anyway. Diane woke her husband colon who rushed into his daughter's bedroom where he made a horrifying discovery the curtain and a window above Louise's bed were open and the mesh floss green appeared to have been cut from the corner of the window frame and was flapping in the breeze. He raced outside checking the neighbors swimming pool before heading down the straight to the primary school desperately searching for any so on of his daughter. Failing to fall into the ways Cohen returned harm distress to fond. She hadn't shown up during his brief absence. He turned to his wife and said. Something is terribly wrong. Police arrived at the bills meadow white property to conduct a search for the ways and question of family about a possible whereabouts. Six year old right? You'll Bill who had been slaving Santoli in the bed next to her Sista. Hadn't heard the ways get out of bed at any tone throughout the Nado morning. Block was neither of her. Parents had heard a soon despite their bedrooms being separated only by very thin, wool and bows bedroom, doors remaining open all night. Notably the window leading into the ten year olds bedroom was in food view of the straight shoot it only by handful of sparsely established trays and shrubs. Other than the chair in the mesh floor screen covering the window. There were no source of forced entry or of struggle having taken place. The Ponant Nisha lean spec of the tune screen. Police believed the wire had been pushed out of place from inside the bedroom. This led them to consider the possibility la- ways was responsible for the breakage herself. And had luckily left time on her own accord and would soon return. However, given the ways s medica- medical history, they proceeded with a full scale investigation and meets the concerns for her safety. Boy, eleven AM team had gathered at the nearby. Christie's Bauge police station to formulate a plane. Enlisting the services of various departments, including high ranking police offices, the special task and rescue force country, fire service and to the state emergency services. They stub left a police. Command post the new boy hack and west primary school by calling though made a brief appearance telling the media. We love Louise very much and want heard come home. It doesn't matter if she's done anything wrong just some knowledge that she's oh raw would bear relief. We award that she may have asthma attack fees in trouble. Three helicopters swept the nearby coast. Lawn has lowering Forstmann volunteers and to Louise's relatives and friends come to the surrounding suburbs. Checking everything from stormwater drains to rubbish bins. The possibility that the young girl had simply run away from home was dismissed when I've a one hundred members of the multiple emergency service departments biota uncover any sullen of Louise off to six hours of intense searching. But the next day of January six police declared Louise's disappearance a major crime. The police technical services team was unable to find any so antipathy physical evidence to suggest la- ways had been abducted from her bedroom leading investigators to maintain the belief that the young girl had voluntarily left town but had ran into fail. Play. Shortly thereafter. Bright. You'll Bo drive around with police to point out the locations that her older sister was nine to play. But there was no stone of the ways at any of her favorite hangouts. Police stations across the state where we shoot with a description of the ways who was approximately fostered toll and beverage Bill with short Brown hair, Brown eyes, lightly freckled, skin and was likely wearing floral, yellow pajamas. The may have taken a change of quotes with her. Investigators conducted door knocks of the area ending viewed anyone who had banning race in contact with the Bill family to save. They could uncover any lades. In the days before the ways disappearance the local. Nope. And we're cold having to jump some ten toys that had been sitting across the concrete path leading to the bills front door. However on the morning of January fall of he noticed the tent was when no longest sitting on the front Pov, but had instead banged bunched together and moved Assad on the loan clearing the way. As the search for the waste gathered pace colon and doyen Bill remained at home in case. Their daughter reappeared or any news came through. Although police had initially advised the couple not to speak to the media in a bid to raise awareness, Cologne and doyenne invited members of the press into their home to make a public appeal for information. They said they hadn't been out, but his sleep spending many hours with police going over Louise's photographs school reports and anything at all that more provides some sort of clue. Sitting sullenly on the couch and nearly Andre room and emotionally distraught column. Bill Braganza tease as he told TV news reporters. I'm convinced. She's not hoarding anywhere. And if someone is watching this don't harm her. Plays done. Do I end set by Saud visibly shaken as she timidly asked her daughter to place, come home. Colino to residents of south strontium to check their back, yards shed and unoccupied shacks full aways before pleading quote. To anyone who might have her even if they just leave her in a fine box a hundred miles from he plays, dude. He's fee this has gone too far and don't want to get caught. Please don't harm the ways leave her where we can find her. A large publicity campaign was launched with hundreds of posters, featuring Louise's photograph and physical description distributed throughout suburban shopping centers with newspapers television and radio stations to promote the campaign posters of Louise's small face plastered on the front of public transport buses throughout the Adelaide metropolitan area, urging anyone with information to come forward. Ten. Detectives were so unto work on the case full torn as an additional thirty five. Police officers conducted numerous searches around the bills property and the surrounding ham west area. The police technical services tamed conducted further tests on the mesh floss grain from the ways bedroom window and stated that were unable to determine whether the screen had been torn from within the bedroom. Boycott from saw at the home. Police Daij the rain Nachman to determine the logistics of someone raging in the bedroom window and snatching the ways from her bed and concluded would have taken not oh my old perpetrate us six eight toll Ohio just thirty seconds to lift the child and carry her out. I also theorized Louise may have been in tossed to exit the house eight the void the window were even the front door. Although her parents dismissed these theory saying that Duda was well aware of stranger danger. To Bill family end investigators who will working tirelessly on the case continued to hold onto the hope that the ways would be found alive Bryce themselves for the worst major crime squad. Detective JJ would said there is a wise hurt. But as Tom guys by that hope must diminish the sad potties. We just have nothing on how she left home. There is no positive information which could indicate the circumstances of her leaving home or what has happened to her since that torn. On January twelve one week after Louise vanished the south straddling government of a five thousand dollar reward for anyone with information about her whereabouts. The reward was not as substantial as the community had hoped that given the lack of evidence to confirm without question whether or not crime had occurred. It was the best the government could offer. Acting south Tryon premia, Mr. ROY said. You don't know. What's happened to these poor ten year old go with us? She is run away from home or is lost in the Bush. We will increase the reward the moment the police are able to tell me the convinced there is a crime. But at present we want information on the whereabouts of the CIA.

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"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Up these St.. The mom is called island. She's to be a primary school teacher said that she had real trouble. Finding a school place for her autistic, son. I don. Mister, Gatti's Minolta. No. We didn't know what autism was when Oprah was born sixteen years ago. Honeyball majority of the population. Still doesn't know what autism is and feel uncomfortable with their kids playing in the same environment is an autistic child chicken dating their kids might get hurt or they will copy their behavior. It's not easy. I had trouble communicating with him. He was refusing to talk, and then he would have a meltdown because of things he couldn't explain he would cry nonstop. So I'll portrayed quite a few schools, both mainstream and specialist, but none of them seem to be a good fit. Alpers better is suffer. He's h is older. And he did what he could to help. I was very involved to my brother's education. The event to some of the special therapies, and he is not interested in like there are lots of cards or or learning materials on the on the table. And he's not interested in a lot of town. At that time. I was nonverbal he has very hard time to learn some sort of cognitive skills, but then suffered notice at upper loved playing on his smartphone. I actually like very intuitive. He would like to use it. He wants to find a picture what we take like two months ago and show it to me, and I realized that if I can utilize that kind of concentration and capability that kind of life changer for him. So he gave his better A tablet and tried to find computer games for him to play. But couldn't find anything suitable. That was the moment. He decided to do something about it..

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"primary school" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"primary school" Discussed on KCRW

"Florida more than a million felons will be able to. Register to vote today. NPR's Greg Allen reports referendum passed in November restores the vote to those who have served their time and paid all outstanding penalties. Supporters of the measure say beginning today as many as one point four million Floridians may regain their right to vote the amendment which was approved by nearly sixty five percent of Florida voters in November overturns at one hundred and fifty year old law that denied the vote to any convicted felon Desmond need help organize the referendum campaign. He's one of those who be registering to vote today. In this country was built around second chance to this is a nation the second chances and every American citizens should be able to have that. No matter within. Remaining states will follow suit. Currently that's three other states election, supervisors said, they'll begin registering. Former felons before it new Republican governor says he believes additional legislation may be needed. Greg. Allen NPR news Miami. You're listening to NPR news from Washington. Chinese authorities say a man with a hammer attack. Children in primary school today. In beijing. The local government says three children have serious but non-life-threatening injuries. The man was arrested this week. A Chinese man was executed after carrying out a separate non lethal knife attack on school children a year ago C ES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show officially kicks off today in Las Vegas over four thousand tech companies will show off their latest products NPR's. Emily Sullivan reports from Las Vegas at C E S consumers in the media. Get a peek into gadgets, the near future toys at this year show aren't entirely futuristic. There are wearable EKG monitors personal robots and self driving cars to name a few. Some new products will be unveiled along with improvements for existing ones Harley Davidson, for instance, will drop more information about its anticipated electric motorbikes an Amazon and Google will introduce new visions for their Alexa, and Google assistant products. CS runs through. Thursday. Emily sullivan. NPR news, Las Vegas. Clemson is college. Football's new champion the Clemson Tigers shellacked Alabama on Monday, forty four to sixteen Clemson head coach Dabo Swinney says his team has had an outstanding season. There was a lot of talk about best ever all year long. We were never in that conversation tonight. There's no doubt I fifteen in deem. That'd be Notre Dame beat Alabama to do it. This team won thirteen games by twenty points or more. It's just an amazing moment. The Clemson Tigers finished their season a perfect fifteen and now, I'm korva Coleman. NPR news in Washington. Support for NPR comes from home. Instead senior care offering a team to support families and their seniors with a range of individualized in-home senior care services, including bathing cooking and medication reminders, home instead dot com slash.

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"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:26 min | 3 years ago

"primary school" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is WNYC FM HD and AM new. Coming up its wealth tax with me Collins and this week we're tackling a big problem is to do with the number of people on this program. Isn't about a boom it's about a bust a baby bust where there are insufficient children to maintain a population and Nikola Kelly has been looking at this forest. I have it seems incredible to be talking about this. A recent study found half of countries on the planet are already in this situation off valve of them. And they're a phase there won't be enough people in the future paying it's health and welfare system. I knew you've warned me we're going to hear some slightly suggestive adverts aimed at reversing this trend. Yes. My personal favorite is cool. Do it for Denmark. Another important is urging people to breed like bunnies. I mean, what difference of these things going to make really show, but worry there's one country that successfully managing it. It's alway I've been there to see how they're doing it. This program is an insight into manipulating mass reproduction. That's all coming. Up after the BBC news. Hello. I'm Debbie Russ with the BBC news. The former chairman of the Japanese comic and Nissan has protested his innocence that his first public court appearance since his arrest in November Scone who's now been in custody for fifty days who's handcuffed and sat between two gods? He denied a series of charges of financial misconduct, including failure to report millions of dollars of income. But he was not granted bail as his lawyer motor Nari or Siri explained wasn't looking mission. Summation? I I would like to explain how today's procedures were undertaken cyberpunk on. And so the judge in the court today read out to the facts regarding Mr. gones detainment, and the fact or the reasoning for he's being detained is because there would be the potential risk of flights and also of tampering with evidence. If he were to be released the North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN has arrived in Beijing at the start of a fourth summit with his closest ally, president Xi Jinping, his visit will fuel speculation that a second US North Korean summit will take place soon. President Trump said at the weekend at a location would be announced shortly from Beijing has John sudworth in the past. Of course, some of these visits have been shrouded in some secrecy. This one is different Chinese state media and North Korean state media signaling that it was underway. We've now seen the pictures of his convoy sweeping through the streets of Beijing roads closed. Lease corden set up to speed his his progress. Here we are in less than the space of a year on his fourth trip to China. What it signals, of course, is just how important Beijing is in terms of making any progress towards some kind of nuclear deal, the US national security adviser John Bolton in Turkey for what are expected to be tense talks on the planned withdrawal of American troops from Syria nast month after a telephone conversation with the Turkish President Donald Trump promised that all US forces would leave immediately. But on Sunday, his national security adviser insisted US forces would remain in Syria until the last remnants of the Islamic state group were defeated with more selling Garrett in Istanbul. He will be holding talks with the national defense minister here in Turkey and the intelligence chief and boss. Probably president reject type are Don himself. Don has written. Opinion piece for New York Times today, he has saved Mr. Trump's call to withdraw US troops was the right move. And he said Turkey had a comprehensive strategy. He talks about forming a stabilisation force from all the fighters within Syria and later on issuing a declaration political representation for all communities. You're listening to the world news from the BBC millions of workers in India have begun a two day strike in protest against the government's labor. Policies. The striking union say the proposed labour reforms and privatization of Indian state companies threaten jobs and make it too easy to fire employees. Some of the unions are also demanding an increase in the minimum wage and social security schemes the supreme court in Delhi has ordered the reinstatement of head of India's Central Bureau of investigation. The verdict is seen as a blow to the. Government his embarrassing as Rajon the chief of India's CBI Alok Verma and the second in command were sent on leave in October after they accused each other of bribery an interference in investigations while reinstating Mr. Verma, the court said it would not be able to take major policy decisions onto the government completes its investigation against him. The CBI is currently probing several high profile cases, including a two billion dollar fraud upon job national Bank, the Spag of the agency led to the opposition parties accusing the ranger Modi's government of attempting to undermine the country's independent institutions and part of your wider pattern of authoritarianism. Chinese police say twenty children have been injured in an attack by a man at their primary school in Beijing three children were seriously hurt, but they're wounds are not life-threatening. The man has been detained a video that appears to be from the school show staff telling parents that a worker carried out the attack the UN refugee agents. He says it could take several days to process the case of the Saudi teenager who barricaded herself into a hotel room at Bangkok airport to resist deportation from Thailand eighteen year old route of Muhammad Coon arrived on a flight from Kuwait at the weekend. She said she was on her way to seek asylum in Australia and feared for her life. If she was sent back to her family because she renounced Islam. BBC news. Ponca wrong with Barry the love machine himself. I'm guessing this is a clue as.

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