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  • S. L. Faisal 1:48 pm on December 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    A Tech-Based Tool To Address Campus Sexual Assault : NPR Ed : NPR 

    Callisto, a secure platform that allows students to report sexual assault and harassment, is hoping to “give power back to victims.” It’s in use at 12 colleges with a total of 150,000 students.

    Source: A Tech-Based Tool To Address Campus Sexual Assault : NPR Ed : NPR

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  • S. L. Faisal 1:47 pm on December 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Here, students learn the smart way – The Hindu 

    Aryan N., a class 7 student at the Government Model Primary School (GMPS), Kengeri, enjoys sitting in his classroom and learning mathematics and science. He doesn’t rely only on his textbook, but abso

    Source: Here, students learn the smart way – The Hindu

     
  • S. L. Faisal 1:46 pm on December 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Innovative physics teaching tool developed at Imperial 

    Source: Innovative physics teaching tool developed at Imperial

     
  • S. L. Faisal 1:45 pm on December 7, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Tech Tools for Parents | KTLA 

    The technology that can make you an all-star parent! Monitor your kids’ social media, find a trusted sitter and more.Parenting can be a challenge, but these tech tools can help!We talked to mommy blogger Jennifer Brandt, who runs the website Perfectly Disheveled.”I think the hardest part of being a mom is letting the guilt go. We’re not perfect, it’s never easy, it never looks great but it’s very rewarding at the end of the day when your kids hug you and kiss you,” explained Brandt, a mother of two.

    Source: Tech Tools for Parents | KTLA

     
  • S. L. Faisal 5:45 pm on December 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Wind tunnels and sheep brains: Students get their STEM wings at this L.A. school | EdSource 

    STEM Academy of Hollywood, a Linked Learning high school, shows impact of the state’s investment in career and technical education

    Source: Wind tunnels and sheep brains: Students get their STEM wings at this L.A. school | EdSource

     
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