Category: Educational courses

PCSWCD Receives Grants to Continue Conservation Education and Improve Williamsburg Forest

The Piscataquis County Soil and Water Conservation District works hard to promote stewardship and provide resources to community members, arming the public with information and solutions to protect, promote and conserve natural resources . Grant funding for special projects and support for existing services elevates our work, which ultimately results in great improvements in and […]

Education News – June 23, 2022

NIU Opens B.Tech Admissions Noida International University (NIU) has announced the admissions for its B.Tech. program for the 2022-23 academic session. Courses include CSE (AI/ML/Data Science), Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, ECE (IoT), Mechanical Engineering (Industrial Robotics), Mechatronics Engineering, Information Technology and Biotechnology . The deadline to apply is July 31. To apply, visit https://admissions.niu.edu.in/ For […]

A phage agent of change

Scientific research is defined by the scientific method: making an observation, asking a question, formulating a hypothesis, designing and performing experiments based on the hypothesis, analyzing and reporting the results. Courtesy of Tolulope Oduselu Tolulope Oduselu hopes to continue her research in microbial genomics afterdegree from the University of Ibadan in South West Nigeria. Within […]

Romanian educational platform aims to reduce school dropout with online courses for students

Naradix.ro, a Romanian educational platform launched last year to help local students catch up on lessons missed during the pandemic, will diversify its content this summer with new extracurricular courses and applied courses focusing on skills and active learning . The objective of the platform is to support and continue the much-needed process of post-pandemic […]

University of Phoenix Hosts New Education Equity Webinar on Generational Differences in the Workplace

PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The University of Phoenix is ​​hosting the newest webinar in its educational equity webinar series, titled “Building Bridges Between Generational Differences in the Workplace” on June 16 at 11:00 a.m. PDT. Led by guest speaker LaTasha Williams, MBA, SHRM-CP, CCTC, ACRW, Certified Career Strategy and Leadership Development Coach and Director of Talent Acquisition and […]

Laredo College will offer a program to become a US citizen

Laredo College’s Division of Community Education has launched a citizenship program that helps qualified local permanent residents interested in becoming naturalized citizens in the spring semester. On September 20, 2021, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services awarded $10 million in grants to 40 organizations to prepare lawful permanent residents for naturalization. LC received $250,000 through […]

Start Online College Today: 10 Programs With Rolling Admissions

Getty Images/iStockphoto Are deadlines giving you a headache? Applying to college is already stressful – you have to collect documents and fill out paperwork. Rolling admissions can relieve you of the stress of deadlines. Many online colleges and universities offer rolling admissions. This means that a college or university assesses your application when they receive […]

Avery Adam Young from New Orleans talks about Toastmasters International

Avery Adam Young of New Orleans was a member of Toastmasters International for three years, winning numerous awards and gaining rank while serving on the board. In the following article, Adam Young further explains the organization, its background and its mission. Toastmasters International is an educational, nonprofit organization that teaches public speaking and leadership skills […]

Education and Learning Analytics Market 2022-2027 | Industry trends, size, growth and competitive analysis

SHERIDAN, WY, USA, June 6, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “Education and Learning Analytics Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity, and Forecast 2022-2027,” the global education and learning analytics market reached a value of US$25.8 billion in 2021. Looking ahead, IMARC Group expects the market to reach US$67.1 […]

Hucknall Library ‘remains as is’ but additional services could be provided at new health center – Reuters

Hucknall Library By Andrew Topping, Local Democracy Journalist A prominent Nottinghamshire County Councilor has moved again to reassure residents of Hucknall that library services will not be moved or closed. However, he confirmed that some additional services could be provided in a new health center. Councilor John Cottee (Con), portfolio holder for communities, said Hucknall […]

Covid challenges, student misbehavior pushes teachers to limit, out the door

Credit: Allison Shelley for American Education A math teacher explains how to calculate the angles of a star using trigonometry. Credit: Allison Shelley for American Education A math teacher explains how to calculate the angles of a star using trigonometry. Lynda White, who taught English, creative writing and social studies at El Monte Middle School […]

Embry-Riddle: business training from the ground up

In today’s complex aviation and aerospace industries, a solid business education is essential. At Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, we help build business skills from the ground up. The world’s largest aerospace university offers business degrees ranging from management and finance to new programs in data science and business analytics. Every degree can open the door to […]

Annual Education Condition Shows Historic Drop in Total Public School Enrollment Between Fall 2019 and Fall 2020

Falling enrollment in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic erased a decade of steady growth in public school enrollment nationwide WASHINGTON , May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Total public elementary and secondary school enrollment for K-12 students fell 3% between fall 2019 and fall 2020, erasing a decade of steady growth , according The […]

Does the future of education in Peru lie in programming? This Peruvian edtech startup is betting on it

This article was originally published by Diego López Marina on Peru Reports, a sister publication. In 2018, when Maria del Mar Velez founded the Peruvian startup Crack The Code, she had one thing clear: her mission was to transform education in Latin America by teaching children programming languages. Over the next five years, she thinks […]

Rabba Yaffa Epstein Joins The Jewish Education Project as First-Ever Senior Scholar and Educator-in-Residence

(May 26, 2022, JNS thread) To help refocus the place of the Jewish text in Jewish education, the Jewish Education Project is pleased to welcome Rabba Yaffa Epstein as the agency’s first senior scholar and educator-in-residence. In this new role, Rabba Epstein will elevate Jewish learning, focusing both on the Jewish educators the agency serves […]

Two CAS professors win award for outstanding innovation in teaching with technology | College of Arts and Sciences

Cecilia Tocaimaza-Hatch, Ph.D. and Tara Toscano, MA, faculty members of the College of Arts and Sciences, recently received the award for Outstanding Innovation in Teaching with Technology. The award was handed out virtually during the 2022 UN Digital Learning Showcase on May 10, where the two winners then gave well-attended presentations on experiential remote learning […]

3 Ways to Reinvent Curriculum for Equity and Employment

The pandemic has accelerated a trend of digital transformation of higher education institutions that was already underway. Better access to education can help close growing disparities in educational achievement and job opportunities, made worse by COVID-19. Higher education institutions can leverage technology to create more accessible degrees, design more practical, competency-based degree programs, and remove […]

UNM Set to Become Epicenter of Fossil Collecting with Opening of Natural History Science Center: UNM Newsroom

One of UNM’s many historic buildings has been given new life – and it will serve as an educational resource for future scientists in our community. Located at the southern end of the main campus, the Natural History Science Center (NHSC) is a collaborative space dedicated to introducing and researching our Earth’s rich history. The […]

VAC and Educational Support Professionals Agree on New Contract | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Charles Madison Alpena Community College Board Chairman John Briggs, center, speaks during a meeting on Thursday. ALPENA – The Alpena Community College Board of Trustees has approved a new employment contract with the school’s educational support professionals. The school’s current four-year contract with the ACC Educational Support […]

Ball State University and Ivy Tech Introduce NEST Dual Enrollment Program

Ball State University and Ivy Tech Community College in Muncie have launched a dual-enrollment partnership to provide students with a transition path to a bachelor’s degree. Navigating Enrolled Student Transition (NEST) is a dual-enrollment program in which select high school students who have applied to Ball State, but have not yet been accepted, will enroll […]

University of Phoenix Hosts New Educational Equity Webinar on Cultural Intelligence

PHOENIX–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The University of Phoenix will host the next webinar in its educational equity webinar series, titled “Are You Culturally Intelligent?” May 19 at 11:00 a.m. PDT. Led by featured speaker and cultural intelligence educator Renee Bhatti-Klug, Ed.D., the event aims to help attendees understand why building cultural intelligence is an essential step to achieving […]

ISU first college in the country to receive two national mentions

The following is a press release from Idaho State University. POCATELLO — Idaho State University is the first and only institution in the United States to be accredited by both college-provided faculty and the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnership Accreditation Commission. Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships. Dual-granted credentials, which were earned through ISU’s Early College program, […]

Our rich history: the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, sociology and criminal justice at Thomas More

By Raymond G. Hébert, PhDThomas More University  Part 45 of our series, “Retrospect and Vista II”: Thomas More College/University, 1971-2021 It was in the early 1930s, actually under the auspices of the Department of History (1933), that a two-hour course entitled “Introduction to Sociology” was offered with the Reverend Anthony Deye as instructor. The course […]

For 25 years, the conservation training center has been training nature guardians

Come to light, let nature be your master. —William Wordsworth (1798) The National Conservation Training Center celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. This hidden federal facility, nestled along the Potomac River in Shepherdstown, has seen more than 250,000 conservationists enter its campus and hopefully return home to make the world a better place. The NCTC […]

Educational seminar in Hyderabad by Oxford International Educational group

NNA | Update: May 14, 2022 6:33 p.m. STI Hyderabad (Telangana) [India]May 14 (ANI/PNN): The seminar was conducted by Educational Consultants”>Sanwariya Educational Consultants in Hyderabad at ‘The Park’ Hotel. From OIEG Andy Caldwell (Global Sales Manager) and Imran Huda ( Head of Agency Relations and ) were present as the main guests of the seminar.Oxford […]

ILO Technology Advice

The following information was shared with Ohio University faculty on May 6, 2022. The Office of Information Technology (OIT) has provided this information to faculty and staff to retool and prepare for the fall semester. The following technology tool updates are designed to help members of the OHIO community become familiar with improvements in educational […]

Technology is changing – why aren’t hiring strategies? Here’s how SAP is leading the charge to transform the technology workforce. – Tech Crunch

Tech jobs are in more demand than ever, but the talent pool is growing at a much slower rate. Especially as remote working becomes more commonplace, the shortage of IT talent is hitting businesses hard as they seek to find the skills needed to enable the necessary technologies, from cloud and edge to desktop. automation […]

SUNY Adirondack and Saratoga Springs SD partnership expands educational offerings to community – The Daily Gazette

WILTON — Whether you’re a 7-year-old learning to subtract or a 97-year-old looking to add a new skill to your repertoire, the pandemic has hampered educational experiences at every level. This was especially true for the Saratoga Springs City School District’s continuing education offerings, which were largely closed as COVID-19 restrictions took hold. Now, a […]

Driving lessons coming to the county | News, Sports, Jobs

The Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center (MVESC), in conjunction with the Ohio Valley Educational Service Center (OVESC), develops and implements driver education programs throughout the region in 15 school districts. The program is designed to address a need expressed by districts, as well as a significant barrier to student employment. Information from the […]

VHS Learning’s New Flexible Courses Expand Student Enrollment Options for Online Courses | News

From August, students will be able to take advantage of an even more flexible course format BOSTON, May 9, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Schedule flexibility is frequently cited by students and teachers as a major benefit of working with VHS Learning’s asynchronous online courses. From August, students will be able to take advantage of an even […]

Just too limiting government subsidies, Sanskrit universities open up to offer varied courses

From hotel studies to yoga, two years after parliament approved bills raising three tertiary institutions teaching Sanskrit to the level of central universities, an exercise has been launched to modernize Sanskrit education by widening the basket courses offered. Sources involved in the process said that most higher education institutions offering conventional Sanskrit courses are struggling […]

Three College of Education doctoral students receive outstanding thesis award

Three NC State College of Education graduates were recognized for their research efforts when they were selected to receive the Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Awards at the college’s graduation ceremony in May 2022. Vance Kite ’21PHD won for the Department of STEM Education, Samira Syal ’22PHD for the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences and […]

Corn Ball: Pueblos del Maíz Fiesta celebrates corn in gourmet proportions | Characteristics of the food

Spring in Tucson brings many events to engage the community, celebrate local cultures and enjoy local food and drink. A new event this week revolves around a simple ingredient that has nourished communities in Arizona, Texas and Mexico for generations. Pueblos del Maíz Fiesta is the brainchild of Tucson City of Gastronomy and their counterparts […]

Shiv Nadar University, Chennai Opens Admissions for 2022-23 Academic Session – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

Chennai : Shiv Nadar University, Chennai, the third initiative in higher education of the Shiv Nadar Foundation, has opened admissions for its undergraduate programs – for the academic year 2022-23. The University is inviting applications for the six programs it offers in the disciplines of Computer Science and Engineering, Business and Economics. This year, the […]

High adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) solutions by various non-academic and academic institutions driving growth

DUBLIN, May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “United States E-Learning Market, Size, Share, Forecast 2022-2027, Industry Trends, Growth, Outlook, Impact of COVID-19, Business Analysis Report” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Research and Markets Logo United States The e-learning market will grow with a double-digit CAGR of 12.5% ​​during the period 2021-2027 United States […]

A California high school diploma doesn’t mean much. The UC and CSU school systems should no longer require them

In 2020, public schools across the state let their students down, closing K-12 campuses for more than a year and offering inconsistent and inefficient online classes. Since then, education officials have often failed to recognize, and done too little to make up for, all the learning loss — which is why eighth graders in California […]

Georgia Governor Signs Controversial Education Bills – JURIST

Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signed a series of education bills into law on Thursday, including controversial legislation to ban “divisive concepts” in classrooms. House Bill 1084, known as the “Protect Students First Act”, defines “divisive concepts” as including such things as the teaching that one race is inherently superior to another, that the United […]

FHSU Recognizes Faculty and Staff for Academic Excellence

Dr. Kim Perez, Dr. Amber Nickell, and Hollie Marquess of FHSU’s Department of History. University Communication FHSU Fort Hays State University hosted its first Engaged Scholars Breakfast on Friday, April 22. A collaboration between Forsyth Library, University Communications and the Provost’s Office, the event was created to recognize faculty and staff whose work has expanded […]

Kansas Legislature passes bill to fund public schools and allow open enrollment

TOPEKA — Republican lawmakers pushed through a mega education bill on Thursday to fully fund schools and enact more than a dozen policy provisions, including one that would allow students to transfer to any district. public school, no matter where they live. The ‘school choice’ measure allowing open enrollment, which comes into effect in the […]

IMG ACADEMY EXPANDS ACADEMIC PROGRAMS WITH NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH LAUREL SPRINGS SCHOOL

IMG Academy is at the forefront of education, sport, and athletic and personal development. Known for its innovative approach to providing a transparent methodology that cultivates academic growth, athletic improvement, lifelong skills, while promoting social responsibility. The IMG Academy internship program prepares student-athletes to become the leaders and influencers of tomorrow. The storied history and […]

San Dieguito superintendent, furloughed for comments on Asian students, claims retaliation

After San Dieguito Union High School Superintendent Cheryl James-Ward was furloughed last week for her controversial comments about Asian students, she and others say she is being unjustly persecuted in retaliation for filing a complaint about abusive behavior by a board member. Many in the community criticized James-Ward for saying at a recent school board […]

Syllabi Solutions Announces Patents for Competency-Based Higher Education Courses and Programs

JUPITER, Florida., April 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Syllabi Solutions Announces Unique Patents for Competency-Based Education Courses and Programs. Patents cover method and apparatus for educational course development and provide a new way for higher education institutions, learning management systems and other vendors to deliver courses and educational programs superior. Characteristics and advantages of Syllabi Solutions […]

JK Diamonds Institute of Gems & Jewelry Launches Enhanced Courses in Gemology and Jewelry Design

NNA | Update: April 23, 2022 5:03 p.m. STI New Delhi [India] April 23 (ANI/PNN): A jewelry education platform, JK Diamonds Institute of Gems & Jewelry, is set to offer enhanced courses to create skilled masters in the jewelry industry. Courses are categorized into four subjects: Graduate in Polished and Rough Diamonds, Graduate in Jewelry […]

Thousands flock to Masvingo to benefit from the First Lady’s education initiative, ZOU

the herald Tendai Rupapa in MASVINGO GUIDED by a quest to further their education, thousands of women have come out from all districts of Masvingo Province to enroll in free life-changing courses through a partnership between the Open University of Zimbabwe (ZOU) and First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa’s Angel of Hope Foundation. aimed at empowering the […]

ASU’s ‘Infiniscope 2.0’ Helps Teachers Personalize Lessons

The Center for Education Through Exploration (ETX Center) at Arizona State University has launched a new K-16 online digital learning portal that empowers teachers with Earth and space science courses to create their own multimedia activities and lessons, an announcement last week announced. According to a press release, the project, “Infiniscope 2.0,” was created by […]

Ancora Education Partners with Amazon’s Career Choices Program to Provide Education and Training for Amazon Employees

Amazon covers employee tuition for Ancora training courses, including professional trades, medical assisting, pharmaceutical technology, and CDL ARLINGTON, TX, April 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to a Gallup Survey at Amazon’s request, 48% of American workers would change jobs if offered job training opportunities and 65% of workers believe that employer-provided skills enhancement is very […]

The struggle to standardize the educational training of OLs

Regulations to oversee them all The Secure and Fair Mortgage License Enforcement Act 2008 (SAFE Act) established a number of requirements that loan officers must meet to be licensed in their respective state. Requirements for non-bank LOs include a 20-hour pre-certification course; eight hours of annual CE courses; register with the National Mortgage Licensing System; […]

360training expands alcohol training with the addition of 11 TIPS courses, including California RBS

AUSTIN, TX, April 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — After the acquisition of TIPSⓇ (GetTIPS.com) and TIPSCertified.com in October 2021 and March 2022respectively, 360training.com is expanding its alcohol vendor-server training catalog by launching its first batch of TIPS alcohol courses in seven states: California, Georgia, Delaware, Montana, Rhode Island, South Dakotaand Tennessee. TIPS and 360training launch their […]

Analysis: The war in Ukraine severs academic ties between Russia and the West

register here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. Since Russian President Vladimir Putin invaded Ukraine on February 24, 2022, universities in Europe and the United States have condemned the war and completely severed ties with Russia. In the following Q&A, Arik Burakovsky, an expert on US-Russia relations, sheds […]

Navigating Today’s Online Learning Ecosystem

Technology in education is unavoidable. From classroom lessons to homework activities, tablets and learning management software have been fully integrated into our school systems. With the growth in the size of classrooms and the emphasis on creating a communication ecosystem, technology is making the push towards digitization more concrete. Today you have the opportunity to […]

UMass Amherst Public Interest Technology Initiative Announces First Cohort of Faculty Members: UMass Amherst

The UMass Amherst Public Interest Technology Initiative (PIT@UMass) has announced its inaugural cohort of PIT Faculty Scholars for 2022-2023. Eleven individuals from five different colleges and schools on campus will develop or revamp nine undergraduate courses focused on technology of public interest. PIT@UMass is a new initiative focused on enhancing and expanding the education, research, […]

How Ride Illinois is helping develop local bike baths and educational programs

Except for the pathways carved out by native wildlife and their native hunters, our complex Illinois transportation network depends on planning. The same goes for many of the taken-for-granted commuter trails and bike lanes that criss-cross our communities. The Illinois organization responsible for much of this bike planning celebrated its 30th anniversary on April 13. […]

SCSD #2 Music Education Program Receives National Recognition – Sheridan Media

Sheridan County School District #2 has received the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. According to an April 12, 2022 SCSD #2 press release, NAMM is now in its 23rd year and the Top Communities for Music Education designation is awarded to districts that […]

State Approves License and Special Education Programs

(photo courtesy of Gary Schools) The Indiana State Board of Education has given final approval for an alternate route license to expand Indiana’s pipeline of special education teachers. The SBOE has also approved two special education programs that will provide a transition into teaching programs for individuals with bachelor’s degrees who wish to become special […]

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