Month: September 2019

Promoting Healthy Eating and Physical Activity in K – 12: An Independent Audit

Thanks for joining us. In this audit, we looked at whether the Ministries of Health and Education are working together to effectively oversee public school programs and policies that promote healthy eating and physical activity for children and youth in kindergarten to grade 12. Overall, we found the ministries were not. They have worked together […]

Letters of Recommendation

Asking someone to write a letter of recommendation can be nerve wracking. It sounds so formal, and you may be anxious hoping that somebody even thinks highly enough of you to be willing to write one. Don’t be too nervous. Most people are more than happy to help support you in reaching your academic goals. […]

TOP 5 CASE STUDIES from BILL GATES favourite book | SeeKen

Hello Friends, From 2000 to 2018, Bill Gates has been the Worlds Richest Man For 13 years out of 19 years. and even in remaining 6 years Bill gates has been under top 3 richest man You Can Say Bill Gates as one of the Richest man of 21st century Bill gates One of the […]

VCE Legal Studies – Civil case scenario – Part 3

(gentle piano music) – There was no training about these are the sorts of things you can do by yourself, these are the sorts of things you can’t do by yourself. There was no training on how to de-escalate a situation without physical contact. – In your closing, like in all forms of communication, you […]

Background of the Carthaginians | World History | Khan Academy

– [Instructor] In previous videos how Rome became a Republic in 509 BCE, but it’s worth noting, and I’ve done this in other videos, that at that point Rome was not this vast empire. It was really just in control of Rome itself. But over the next few hundred years, it starts to expand. Rome […]

National History Day

OK, all the students who are at 1:15, you can go ahead and head on in. February of 1980 in the Olympics. I would say the impact is uniting the country as one. People are going to look at interracial marriage like, oh, it’s a common thing. 1:30, 1:30, let’s go! National History Day got […]

Race and Ethnicity: Field Studies in Geography

>>THANK YOU FOR JOINING US TODAY FOR THE GEOGRAPHY FIELD STUDIES SESSION AT THE RACE, ETHNICITY, AND IDENTITY CONFERENCE. WE HOPE THAT YOU’LL ENJOY THIS, BECAUSE IT’S, I THINK IN MANY WAYS, REVEALING AND INSPIRING. WE ARE ONE OF THE FEW GEOGRAPHY PROGRAMS AT THE COMMUNITY COLLEGE LEVEL THAT DOES HAVE A WIDE VARIETY OF […]

Media and Communication Studies at Malmö University | Ellina Mironova

I work as a consultant for social media and content management for different platforms. I create strategies to attract users to the brand’s social media and how to involve them, how to make them interested in the brand. My work is related to actually creating the content. I have to be outside quite a lot. […]

Leveraging the Humanities to Break Walls and Build Bridges

PROFESSOR: The humanities, to me, particularly at MIT, are essential, indispensable, to help break those infamous walls and build bridges. Why? Because the humanities are the only disciplines of philosophy, psychology, linguistics, history, writing, women and gender studies, that can give us the tools to understand how phenomena connected to race, to language, to religion, […]