Learning Resources

22 Feb 19
Best Boarding School in Dehradun for Boys and Girls

Studying at a boarding school can go a long way in enabling children to develop a sense of discipline and an overall personality, while availing premium quality of education. This article largely focuses on the major advantages of enrolling children into boarding schools.

22 Feb 19
Update Trend News

Sasha Issenberg is the author of several books, including The Victory Lab: The Secret Science of Winning Campaigns. AUSTIN, Texas—With rain hammering outside, Zack Malitz stood in a warehouse space lit by strands of bistro lights and began to reveal the campaign strategy of Beto O’Rourke in exacting detail. Malitz, who was the field director […]

22 Feb 19
Practicum

In the process of developing and designing my lesson plan, practicum plan and educational or instructional materials, I can say that it has been a difficult job. It didn’t come easy because there were a lot of things to be considered especially in the areas of teaching and learning. For this part, I started with […]

22 Feb 19
The beer and games website

I tried playing Rust and I died… A lot. When you first start up a game of Rust, you find yourself asleep on a beach. Hopefully, you find yourself asleep and alone on a beach. Otherwise you will likely find yourself very much dead on a beach. If you are lucky enough to make it […]

22 Feb 19
Mike Taylor

” There are no educators, but only people who show others how they can educate themselves.” —Jean Guitton Today is my last day at Mindset Digital. As I turn to look for my next adventure, I have an appreciation for people and organizations who are passionate about what they do, do it well, and are […]

22 Feb 19
Cole Galloway

Growing a company seems like an expensive task, but it does not have to be. There are many ways you can build your company without any money. In fact, you can get far with just Internet access, time and a clear vision. Here’s a list of 9 steps you can take to help grow your […]

22 Feb 19
viral news reports

Sasha Issenberg is the author of several books, including The Victory Lab: The Secret Science of Winning Campaigns. AUSTIN, Texas—With rain hammering outside, Zack Malitz stood in a warehouse space lit by strands of bistro lights and began to reveal the campaign strategy of Beto O’Rourke in exacting detail. Malitz, who was the field director […]

22 Feb 19
Tiffany Favorites

AUSTIN, Texas—With rain hammering outside, Zack Malitz stood in a warehouse space lit by strands of bistro lights and began to reveal the campaign strategy of Beto O’Rourke in exacting detail. Malitz, who was the field director of O’Rourke’s Senate campaign, is a tall 30-year-old with thick glasses and a haircut that over the course […]

22 Feb 19
Grist

Hey, toilet-paper snobs! You’re putting everyone’s butt on the line!

22 Feb 19
ADDitude

Use this step-by-step guide to evaluate new schools for your child with ADHD or learning disabilities.

22 Feb 19
The Unplanned PhD Planner

The wait is over and I am delighted to share with you the special issue on “Sustainability in Tourism Policy and Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa: past, present and future” that is now out in print. I edited this issue with my buddy Albert Kimbu who is based at the University of Surrey and it has […]

22 Feb 19
Business In Gambia

Selling a business is not an easy task. The process can be time-consuming and complex. Every business is different, so selling will be a unique experience each time. However, the fundamentals of the process are relatively the same. By learning more about the established steps to selling success, you can be prepared to earn maximum […]

22 Feb 19
Pulse 2.0

Today’s Pulse 2.0’s funding roundup features news about Bilibili, OpenDoor, Student.com, ShiftLeft, JibJab, Jobvite, ClearVoice, Auris Health, Elevate Security, TuSimple, and more.

22 Feb 19
The Republic of Learning

Republic of Learning Overview; It is my belief that we are naturally curious and carry within us both the desire to learn and many capabilities that enable us to learn. As a species we’ve long passed on our learning experiences mimetically, not genetically, and have had several, flawed but useful, attempts at codifying the learning process, […]