Democracy Now! Mobile JUAN GONZALEZ: As children across the nation head back to school, we turn now to a number of recent developments in education news. Here in New York, nearly 780 employees of the city’s Education Department will lose their jobs by October in the largest layoff at a single agency since Michael Bloomberg became mayor in 2002. I reported in today’s Daily News that those layoffs are going to be hitting particularly hard the poorest school districts in the city.
If someone granted you one wish, what do you imagine you would want out of life that you haven’t gotten yet? For many people, it would be self-improvement and knowledge. New knowledge is the backbone of society’s progress. Great thinkers such as Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Edison, Benjamin Franklin, Albert Einstein, and others’ quests for knowledge have led society to many of the marvels we enjoy today. Your quest for knowledge doesn’t have to be as Earth-changing as Einstein’s, but it can be an important part of your life, leading to a new job, better pay, a new hobby, or simply knowledge for knowledge’s sake — whatever is important to you as an end goal. Life-changing knowledge does typically require advanced learning techniques.
Watering Can Designed for Fertilizing Plants with Human Urine When it comes to gardening, the thought of using organic fertilizers that are free from harsh chemicals seems… well, natural! But did you know that urine is a fantastic source for natural nitrogen-rich food for your plants? The Swedish start-up Guldkanna has designed Towa, a watering can combined with a chamber pot that can be used to collect, securely store, and distribute your “liquid gold”. This nickname given to urine fertilizer may not be far from the truth if you can get past the ickiness of the pot and learn about the benefits. If using synthetic fertilizer doesn’t sound too bad, you may change your mind after learning that most artificial plant nutrient products are made from synthesized fossil fuels — it can take 1.5 tons of fuel to make 1 ton of fertilizer in a method known as the Haber Process.
Changing the Educational Paradigm
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A dangerous thing can occur when you start learning about what's really going on in the world. The problems start to seem so complex, and you're just one person, doubts begin to creep in. You sincerely want to help change the world, but from all this knowledge you start to believe that the world is too out of control and too big to change, so you end up not doing anything. What aspiring change-agents can easily forget is that there is a large amount of meaningful groundwork that still needs to be laid. Raising Awareness: Why We Shouldn't Take It For Granted
Blackstones Commentaries undefined Asking Questions: Everyone is talking about Bills of Particulars, Privacy Act Requests and Freedom on Information Act requests. Each of these are questions asked to government officials or other agencies when they infringe on the lives of the people.
Assignment 2: A Personal Cyberinfrastructure | Digital Storytelling Read Gardner Campbell’s short article titled “A Personal Cyberinfrastructure.” Additionally, you will need watch Professor Campbell’s presentation on the topic at the 2009 Open Education Conference called “No More Digital Facelifts: Thinking the Unthinkable About Open Educational Experiences.” The article and the presentation will serve as a theoretical and practical framework for the work we will be doing over the next 15 weeks, so please take the time to read and watch both carefully—and then blog your response.
Guitar Chords Magic | Free Guitar Chords | Guitar Chord Charts Welcome to guitar chords magic, your free guide to guitar chords. You probably figured it out already, this web site is all about how to play guitar chords. The online guitar lessons here are aimed at beginning to intermediate guitar players and advanced guitarists who want to know a little more about guitar music theory. All guitar instruction at this site is completely free! Guitar chords are one of the most important aspects of guitar playing. It doesn't matter if you play acoustic guitar or electric guitar, rock, folk, jazz or classic, you need to have a thorough understanding about chords.
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Here is the third and last part of a series of posts highlighting some awesome recipes using foods commonly found in prepper’s food stores. Part One can be found HERE and Part Two HERE. If anyone has any more feel free to send them in – emergencycd(at)gmail.com.
Mahara is a fully featured web application to build your electronic portfolio. You can create blogs, upload files, embed third-party resources from the web and collaborate with other users in groups. This site runs Mahara 1.8, which was released in October 2013. Please refer to the Mahara user manual to learn more about the Mahara features and how it works. This site will reset itself once a day at 7 a.m. GMT
An ant mill is an observed phenomenon in which a group of army ants separated from the main foraging party lose the pheromone track and begin to follow one another, forming a continuously rotating circle. The ants will eventually die of exhaustion. This has been reproduced in laboratories and the behaviour has also been produced in ant colony simulations. This phenomenon is a side effect of the self-organizing structure of ant colonies. Each ant follows the ant in front of it, and this will work until something goes wrong and an ant mill forms. An ant mill was first described by William Beebe in 1921 who observed a mill 1,200 feet (365 m) in circumference. It took each ant 2.5 hours to make one revolution. Similar phenomena have been noted in processionary caterpillars and fish. See also Ant mill
INTRODUCTORY LESSON - Page 2 Listen to this Lesson (requires RealPlayer G2) The Keyboard is made up of black keys and white keys. When looking at the keyboard, you will notice that the black keys are in groups of 2's and 3's. (see picture) The grouping of the black keys will help in identifying the white keys on the next page. Piano Lessons