• Teaching abroad | How to get a job
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    Teaching abroad | How to get a job

    this is me welcome to my channel it’s been already three months that I’ve been living abroad I teach English in Vietnam and I think that teaching English abroad is an easy and a meaningful way to travel to experience new things and to truly discover a new culture so in this video I want to share my experience with you of how to find a job abroad and things that I wish I knew before actually accepting a job and going abroad and my tips so if you are interested continue watching I talked about salaries and why it is beneficial to teach English abroad in my other video…

  • This teacher is helping indigenous women in Mexico get online #innovarparami
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    This teacher is helping indigenous women in Mexico get online #innovarparami

    What I want to inspire in other women is that there are no limits, no one should ever say to you: ‘how can you leave your kids to go and study?’ The community most affected by the lack of digital literacy is women from indigenous groups. I started the digital literacy programme specifically with the Otomi community Angelica was conscious of her need to intergrate technology so she took the chance to do the courses that the university has on offer. It is two hours from my house. It’s far, but I gain a lot from going to the class. I didn’t know much, I didn’t know more than the…

  • OSU Physics – 2019 Smith Lecture – Steven Chu
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    OSU Physics – 2019 Smith Lecture – Steven Chu

    Good evening! If people could sort of find their seats … First of all, my name is Brian Winer. I’m the Chair of the Physics Department here at Ohio State and on behalf of our department the College of Arts and Sciences in the University, I want to welcome you to the 57th Alpheus Smith Lecture. This is a lecture that we hold annually and it’s intended to bring distinguished scientists to Ohio State to present insights on subjects of scientific interest to the campus community. The lecture is named for Alpheus Smith. It’s a tribute to his memory and it was made possible by donations from his family and…

  • Unbelievable Stuff They Didn’t Teach You About Ancient Egypt
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    Unbelievable Stuff They Didn’t Teach You About Ancient Egypt

    Egypt is considered by many historians to be one of the first great civilizations, and modern Egyptians can trace a national heritage that stretches back thousands of years. At its prime, Egypt was a true ancient superpower and a center of art, culture, and education. Many of its ancient monuments still rise up from the desert sands, and the pyramids are considered some of the oldest, and grandest, human structures still standing. The tombs of its long-dead pharaohs continue to mystify us with the allure of untold riches and priceless artifacts buried under the shifting sands, and the curses that protect them terrify people around the world. But Egypt was…

  • What is AICTE & AICTE approval is necessary for Technical education or not-Career connections[Hindi]
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    What is AICTE & AICTE approval is necessary for Technical education or not-Career connections[Hindi]

    Welcome friends, with new informational which is about AICTE. In my last video about Universities so many comments were there about AICTE & AICTE approval. A common question from a lot of Persons was, whether a degree from a University without AICTE approval is valid or not. so, in this video, I will explain about AICTE, and will clear all your doubts about AICTE and along with that, I will answer two interesting questions- 1st- whether IITs are having AICTE approval? and 2nd, why so many UGC approved Universities, are not opting for AICTE approval? I will answer and explain these two questions. one special request from all of you-…

  • SMCCCD Salesforce Education Video (long) – 11/19
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    SMCCCD Salesforce Education Video (long) – 11/19

    [Angeli Ong:] I love Burlingame, the only thing that is a little pressuring is the fact that it’s always upgrading. There’s a lot of nice cars. It gets a little intimidating, where, you know, do I have to keep up with that or is this kind of like an unknown standard that I need to live up to. Both my parents immigrated here from the the Philippines. First, my mom came here, actually, she was a dentist. She had her own practice, but then she had me, and she gave up that. “Okay, I have a kid now. I’m putting all my love and effort and I’m sending her to…