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PPT pictures, if, if only and I wish ….. – Education Article

First Conditional, Second Conditional, Third Conditional, Zero Conditionals | Views: 210 | Level: Pre-Intermediate, Intermediate, Upper-Intermediate Advanced | 5 out of 5, rated by 1 teachers | ORAL PRACTICE: This powerpoint is to be used to encourage students to make sentences with :If +present ………… subject + will+vbIf + past simple …….. subject + would + vbIf + plu-perfect ……….. subject + would have + past participle+ If only + Past simple ……………… subj + would +vb Same with :…

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Good Enough – Pernille Ripp – Education Article

We got the news last Sunday at 2 PM, while we were standing at our public library, stocking up just in case. “Schools are closed until April 6th.” The two days of goodbyes we had planned for getting food, devices, and books to kids no longer an option. Of giving phone numbers and reassurances. No “see you later,” no clean out your locker, no what do you need? Nothing. So, as parents, we went home and did what we do…

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‘Is this all a dream?’: my cramped week self-isolating in student halls | Education

TuesdayBoth my fiancee and I are marketing postgraduate students. We live in halls but study at different universities. She lives in London, and I live in Surrey. I am a care leaver while she is an international student from Wuhan, China. My day begins at 4am, when I lie awake in my girlfriend’s flat. We have been here for three weeks self-isolating. The room is cramped; I am on an airbed next to her single bed (she has a back…

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My journey as an international student – USAMy journey as an international student – Education Article

I came to the United States from a small country in South Asia called Bangladesh. Coming from a different country, my story of getting a higher education can be classified as unlike many students in college today.  After high school, I decided to take some time off to help with my family’s financial condition. When a year went by, I felt like it was time for me to continue my education. But sickness and lack of preparation prevented me from…

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4 Ideas to Consider for Online Learning – George Couros – Education Article

Not only have educators been inundated with information on COVID-19, but they have had to retool, refocus, and rethink completely how they are going to connect with and teach their students.  A lot is going on in our world right now, and my first instinct is that we need to slow down and focus on what is most important at this moment. My good friend Michelle Baldwin provides a critical perspective on the importance of hitting the “pause” button: I…

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Postgraduate students urge funders to extend grants over coronavirus | Education

PhD and master’s students have signed an open letter asking to be given extensions to their funding by research councils so they can finish work disrupted by the coronavirus. The letter, which has more than 1,000 signatories across UK universities, asks for research councils to urgently publish a plan outlining additional financial support for all postgraduate students. Many postgraduate students are currently unable to continue their research projects and theses because fieldwork has been halted and university labs and libraries…

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HuffPost is now a part of Verizon Media – Education Article

HuffPost is part of Verizon Media. Click ‘I agree‘ to allow Verizon Media and our partners to use cookies and similar technologies to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads. We will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products. Learn more about how we use your data in our Privacy Centre. Once you confirm your privacy choices here, you can make changes at any time by…

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7 Habits Of Highly Effective Teenagers – Education Article

7 Habits Of Highly Effective Teenagers—Infographic 1. Be Proactive Highly effective teens take responsibility for their own life. They control the situation, rather than letting the moment control them. This means that you must learn to take initiative for decisions that affect you. Instead of being reactive, be proactive. Take control of your own education, exam preparation, relationships, etc. 2. Begin With The End In Mind Set goals for yourself. As a teenager, you are full of dreams. So, set…

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Michael Gerard obituary | Music

My father, Michael Gerard, who has died aged 73, was a teacher with a great passion for music. He was proud to have founded the Greenshoots Ceilidh Orchestra in Leicester 25 years ago, and he also played with the city’s Clarendon Park Orchestra from its inception, as well as the Leicester Community Concert Band and the Afro-city Swingsters, the Regenerates and the Jazz Workshop Band. Whatever the genre, he just loved to play. Michael was born in Beckenham, Kent, to…

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YouTube Update For Creators (COPPA) – Education Article

This week, YouTube set the world buzzing with the release of a brand new video from their YouTube Creators account warning users about a recent change in their policy about creating videos.  Starting immediately, anyone with a YouTube channel MUST comply with a new rule that requires channel owners to declare if their content is being created for kids. This change has come about due to a court case involving inappropriate content being placed on the world’s largest media platform…

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Tips for Engaging Families in Remote Learning – Education Article

A Principal’s Reflections: Tips for Engaging Families in Remote Learning Tips for Engaging Families in Remote Learning Throughout my #remotelearning series, I have tried to provide practical ideas and strategies that can be used now.  One aspect that needs more attention, at least in my opinion, is how we can assist parents throughout this ordeal. It goes without saying that many of them are dealing with some intense challenges such as equitable access to technology, WIFI availability, finding time to…

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How to study at home during coronavirus – by online students and tutors | Education

For Dafydd Evans, 21, who studies media production at De Montfort University, online teaching has got off to a good start. “I didn’t think the new systems would cope, but they have,” he says. “We have contact with academics as normal and I really don’t think there’s much I’m missing out on.” Others, however, say it’s been an uphill struggle. “The sites are crashing and lecturers are struggling to turn face-to-face interactions into online discussions,” says Isabel Thomas (not her…

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A letter to my peers: Stay optimistic and just breathe – USAA letter to my peers: Stay optimistic and just breathe – Education Article

This past week, I flew from my university in Orlando to my family’s new home in San Angelo, Texas for spring break. I was expecting to spend no more than five days here; however, little did I know that I wouldn’t be going back at all this semester. The COVID-19 outbreak hit me hard and was unexpected. As a student, I’m confused and struggling to see what will happen next. Because my family just moved to Texas this past year,…

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3 Ways to Use Video Conferencing with Students Learning Remotely | – Education Article

Thank goodness for Zoom and Google Hangouts! During this time of social isolation and remote learning, these video conferencing tools are lifesavers. They make it possible for teachers to maintain a human connection with their students and guide their learning from a distance. Below are three suggestions for using these video conferencing platforms to continue teaching students as they learn remotely. #1 Small Group Instruction Teachers can host a series of short Zoom or Google Hangouts sessions throughout the day…

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HuffPost is now a part of Verizon Media – Education Article

HuffPost is part of Verizon Media. Click ‘I agree‘ to allow Verizon Media and our partners to use cookies and similar technologies to access your device and use your data (including location) to understand your interests, and provide and measure personalised ads. We will also provide you with personalised ads on partner products. Learn more about how we use your data in our Privacy Centre. Once you confirm your privacy choices here, you can make changes at any time by…

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