Category Archives: Education

Lavleen Madahar: Global consciousness inspired by small-town people watching

By drawing from her own life experiences, the incoming first-year Brown student hopes to positively impact individuals and communities through dedicated research in the social sciences.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. [Brown University] — Lavleen Madahar will be the first to tell you she’s a people person. (more…)

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Promoting Technology Based Learning via Online Classes

Online classes offer a great way to promote technology-based learning. This is because they are able to provide students with the opportunity to learn at their own pace, in an environment that is more convenient for them. Furthermore, online courses have become increasingly popular over the years as they have grown in number and quality. (more…)

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7 Benefits of Choosing Home Learning Courses

Home learning is not a new notion for your children. The number of homeschool children is rising every year. And because of educational problems in the middle of this epidemic, increasing numbers of parents consider teaching their own kids. The tendency in education is likewise developing quickly. (more…)

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The Best 10 Apps for Helping Kids Learn

As much as we complain about the amount of screentime kids get, the truth is that nowadays, they’re pretty much born with a smartphone in their hands, so might as well make the most of it and ensure that the time they spend on these devices helps them develop and educates them, as well as entertains them. (more…)

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A high-impact internship

Meilyn Farnell’s summer job is combatting New York’s coronavirus crisis

Internships aren’t typically a matter of life and death. Keeping people alive is rarely part of the job description.

Unless, of course, you’re working for the high-profile leader of a health department that became the epicenter of the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis. (more…)

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