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Supporters of the standards argued the opposite, saying that educating children about proper terms for body parts and consent would arm them to fend off abuse. Teaching kindergartners correct names for body parts instead of nicknames would help in investigations of child abuse, providing clarity to a child’s testimony, they said. But an opponent who …

With a box of Krispy Kreme donuts in hand, First Lady of Virginia Pamela Northam stopped by the Susie G. Gibson Science and Technology Center in Bedford on Wednesday for a groundbreaking ceremony and to show support for National Teacher Appreciation Week.  More than 50 years ago, the Bedford County School Board voted to change …

Swinburne University of Technology has launched a new 2025 Strategic Plan that sets a bold path for the university to build on its legacy as a leader in technology, innovation and industry engagement. Following extensive engagement with the university community and ideas contributed by staff and students, Swinburne Horizon 2025 sets out how Swinburne will …

The green screen allows images to be superimposed over video of dancers. Bohaty, who teaches dance at the University of Nebraska at Kearney, feels that a strong background in technology helps her students make interesting artistic choices. Rick Brown, Yard Light Media Rick Brown, Yard Light Media KEARNEY — Noelle Bohaty, assistant professor of dance …

Kanopy Center for Modern and Contemporary Dance co-artistic director Robert Cleary carries a piece of flooring designed to absorb weight and pressure inside the dance company’s new location at 329 W. Mifflin St. The special flooring for dancers was removed from Kanopy’s former studios on State Street.  JOHN HART, STATE JOURNAL The technology piece is …

SEATTLE, April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Through 2020 and into 2021, education technology has played an integral role in supporting students, educators, and schools in the widespread adaptation to remote and hybrid learning. Against turbulent academic settings in an unpredictable climate, technology withstood changes in education and proved to be not only dependable in any environment …

Nearly 80 percent of higher education faculty report dealing with student mental health issues–issues that more than 90 percent of faculty believe have worsened or significantly worsened during the pandemic, according to a new nationwide survey led by a Boston University mental health researcher. The vast majority of faculty members, myself included, are not …

 Clique aqui para Português This article is part of a series created in partnership with the Center for Critical Studies in Language, Education, and Society (NECLES), at the Fluminense Federal University (UFF), to produce articles to be used as teaching resources in public schools in the city of Niterói, Rio de Janeiro’s sister city across Guanabara Bay. On …

Civic and education leaders from around the world discussed the future of education in technology in a Harvard Graduate School of Education webinar Friday. The event, the most recent installment in HGSE’s webinar series Education Now, was moderated by Thomas J. Kane, a professor of education and economics at HGSE, and featured Anant Agarwal, a …

Aaron Points never had to interview for a job before. So the soon-to-be graduate of Victoria College’s Process Technology Program wasn’t going to miss a chance to see what the experience is like. Dillon Hammond from Dow Chemical, Bobby Garner of Invista, Shawn Wehmeyer and Lance Harlan of Formosa Plastics and Beth Baker of Austin …