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Do You Enjoy Taking Long Walks?

Do You Enjoy Taking Long Walks?

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Do you enjoy walking around your neighborhood? Have you ever discovered something interesting or surprising near where you live when walking around? During the pandemic, Mary Hosbrough and Jennifer Jacobsen-Wood tried something new: They met up daily to walk every street of their hometown, Peoria, Ill.In “This Pair Walked Every Inch of Peoria,” the reporter…
COMMUNICATION, THE MOST IMPORTANT SKILL

COMMUNICATION, THE MOST IMPORTANT SKILL

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Good communication skills are usually a major requirement for any type of job you may want to take on, from front-office jobs, to technical jobs or to remote online jobs. This is one set of criteria that is unaffected by Covid 19’s increase in digital workplace technology. “Good communication is just as stimulating as black…
How Alison is helping to educate the children of migrants in the UAE

How Alison is helping to educate the children of migrants in the UAE

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As part of his role as Alison CEO, Mike Feerick travels around the world promoting Alison’s goal of free universal education and encouraging projects, big and small, that share Alison’s ethos. While the majority of our 21 million Learners engage with Alison independently as they empower themselves through self-learning, many organisations around the world use…
Comment on EDUCATION: BASIC HUMAN RIGHT by Surafel

Comment on EDUCATION: BASIC HUMAN RIGHT by Surafel

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What is education? It is the impact of knowledge for one entity to an individual or other entity or impact of knowledge from an entity or individual to an individual. It then goes without saying this transfer of information is very important either to an individual, organisation, or country. It keeps information intact even when…
Lesson of the Day: The Forgotten History of Indigenous Boarding Schools

Lesson of the Day: The Forgotten History of Indigenous Boarding Schools

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Students in U.S. high schools can get free digital access to The New York Times until Sept. 1, 2021.Lesson OverviewFeatured Resources: For this lesson, students can read the article “Lost Lives, Lost Culture: The Forgotten History of Indigenous Boarding Schools” or listen to The Daily episode “State-Sponsored Abuse in Canada” from the beginning until 11:40.(Note…
Thank You to the Teachers – 5 Free Courses for Educators Everywhere

Thank You to the Teachers – 5 Free Courses for Educators Everywhere

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During these unprecedented times, teachers have been given the enormous responsibility of keeping students inspired and motivated. Now, more than ever, teachers have had to dig deep to fulfil their uniquely important role in society. From managing health and safety in the classroom to motivating students to learn from behind a screen, teachers have been…
Alison Recognized for 12 Best Courses by Intelligent.com

Alison Recognized for 12 Best Courses by Intelligent.com

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Alison is delighted to announce that our free online courses have been named among Intelligent.com’s Best Online Courses for 2021. Intelligent.com is a trusted online resource that helps students to plan their higher education by bringing together the latest research, tips and techniques championed by today’s leading experts in education. Intelligent.com has featured 12 Alison…
Save the Snow Day: Save Teenage Education

Save the Snow Day: Save Teenage Education

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This essay, by Sheerea Yu, age 15, from University School of Nashville in Nashville, Tenn., is one of the Top 10 winners of The Learning Network’s Eighth Annual Student Editorial Contest, for which we received 11,202 entries. You can find the work of all the winners and runners-up here.Save the Snow Day: Save Teenage EducationThe…
Coursera Conference 2021: Highlights and Takeaways

Coursera Conference 2021: Highlights and Takeaways

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By Betty Vandenbosch, Chief Content Officer I was honored to host our ninth annual Coursera Conference. This year’s virtual format enabled something extraordinary: thousands of people from around the world came together with one common goal: building a more just world together through education. We had more than 100 speakers from 60 institutions and 18…
EDUCATION AS A HUMAN RIGHT

EDUCATION AS A HUMAN RIGHT

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Firstly, what is Education? Education is a process ofteaching, training, and learning, especially in schools or colleges, to improveknowledge and develop skills. This, however, can be at different levels likeelementary education, secondary education, higher education, adult educationclasses, a college education, the state education system etc. Education is themost important thing in a person’s life, it…

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