Reflector 2 Mac Features | Mirror, stream, record and more. Device Control The Reflector 2 control center allows easy management of connected devices. Change frames, emphasize, hide or show devices all from one central location. The control center makes it easy for you to focus on what's important. Smart Layouts When multiple devices are connected, Reflector automatically chooses a layout that makes sense. Emphasize Devices Bring attention to the screen that matters most. Frames Choose device frames to make your mirrored screen look like your real device, or choose a different frame to test a new look. Show & Hide Devices Connected devices don’t need to be shown all the time. Broadcast Live Send your mirrored screens directly to YouTube with the click of a button and invite anyone to view in real time. Full Screen Mode Enable fullscreen mode to eliminate distractions from other applications or desktop items. Back to Top
Kids and Bicycle Safety Safe Riding Tips Before using your bicycle, make sure it is ready to ride. You should always inspect your bike to make sure all parts are secure and working properly. Remember to: Wear a Properly Fitted Bicycle Helmet. Protect your brain, save your life. For more information see the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration publication “Easy Steps to Properly Fit a Bicycle Helmet.” Many bicycle-related crashes resulting in injury or death are associated with the bicyclist’s behavior, including such things as not wearing a bicycle helmet, riding into a street without stopping, turning left or swerving into traffic that is coming from behind, running a stop sign, and riding the wrong way in traffic. Rules of the Road – Bicycling on the Road Bicycles in many States are considered vehicles, and cyclists have the same rights and the same responsibilities to follow the rules of the road as motorists. Go With the Traffic Flow. Sidewalk versus Street Riding
Mobile Engage your students with unique classroom experiences, on any device! Create your FREE Account Required Or By submitting this form, you accept the Nerpod Terms & Conditions. By submitting this form, you accept the Nearpod Terms & Conditions. Do you have a Promo Code? Child Passenger Safety | Safe Kids Worldwide Did You Know? Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death among children ages 1 to 19.Children ages 2 to 5 who use safety belts prematurely are four times more likely to suffer a serious head injury in a crash than those in child safety seats or booster seats.Of those children ages 12 and under who died in vehicle crashes in 2011, 31 percent were unrestrained.Children should ride in the back seat until they are at least 13 years old. Working For Change One of the greatest achievements in child injury prevention has been in child passenger safety. Safe Kids hosts child restraint inspection events across the country. Find a Safe Kids child restraint check-up event near you. Mobile Car Seat Checkup Vans Safe Kids also has more than 125 Mobile Car Seat Checkup Vans serving families across the United States. Inspection Stations Safe Kids coalitions operate about 500 permanent child passenger safety inspection stations throughout the United States. Public Policy Partners
Popplet Staying Safe in the Car and on the Bus Listen Busing It The school bus is a little different from a car because in addition to being a careful passenger, you need to think about how to get on and off the bus safely. Whether you ride the bus to school every day or just to field trips or band concerts once in a while, it's important to follow these rules. When you see the bus driving up, everyone waiting should get into a line. Wait until the bus stops and the driver opens the door and says it's OK to step onto the bus. Once aboard, be sure to listen to the driver's instructions, and even if you're in a hurry to grab a seat with your friends, don't rush and push. Rules for Bus Safety As with riding in a car, the best thing to do on the bus is buckle up (if the bus has seatbelts). And play it cool when you're on the bus: No jumping, running around, or throwing things. So, a short bus ride later, you arrive at your band concert and you can't wait to blow that tuba! After you exit the bus, never walk behind it. Listen Busing It
Noticias y Videos El día 15 de febrero de 2012 ha sido marcado en la historia de la medicina en Panamá, Hospital Nacional siempre dispuesto a innovar en tecnología, recibió con gran expectativa la llegada del Nuevo Sistema de Cirugía Robótica da Vinci®, modelo Si HD... Siempre dispuesto a innovar por Panamá, Hospital Nacional realizó el lanzamiento del Nuevo Sistema de Cirugía Robótica da Vinci®, modelo IS3000 da Vinci® Si, 4 ARM-HD, es el sistema más avanzado de cirugía laparoscópica mínimamente invasiva ... Testimonios de Pacientes operadas asistidas por el robot da vinci Si en las instalaciones de Hospital Nacional. Ellas nos comparten como fue su experiencia antes y despues de ser operadas y como han vuelto a sus hogares con menos dolor y con tan poco tiempo de recuperación.
Keeping kids safe from fire Statistics to share Fifty-seven percent of all child fire deaths occur to those four or younger. Fire injuries are highest in the four or younger age group, decline in the middle years, but rise again in the 10 to 14 age group. Fire deaths decrease as children age. Review our statistics on the fire risk to children Fire safety curriculum for preschoolers More than half of child fire deaths are among children age four or younger—making them an important audience for fire prevention and education. That’s why USFA collaborated with Sesame Workshop™ to create the Sesame Street Fire Safety Station curriculum for preschool kids. Order and download Sesame Street materials Fire Safety Trailer Curriculum Adding a fire safety trailer can take your education program to a whole new level by providing students with hands-on learning opportunities that build upon what they learn in the classroom. Download the Fire Safety Trailer Curriculum PDF 8.5 MB Free publications to share with children Twitter Facebook
Cloud Office Support Health and Physical Education Standards The goal of Health Education and Physical Education programs in Minnesota is to offer students educational opportunities that promote healthy, lifelong lifestyle decisions. Working together, parents, schools, and the state of Minnesota are making a real difference in the health and well being of our students. Minnesota has adopted the National Standards for Physical Education, which were developed by the National Association for Sport and Physical Education. Every Minnesota school district was required to adopt these standards, starting with the 2012-13 school year. View the National Standards for Physical Education. Additionally, every school district must have locally developed standards in health education.