• The cast of Sex Education skimms the show in under a minute
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    The cast of Sex Education skimms the show in under a minute

    Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about you and me. I don’t know the rest. Sex Education, Skimm’d. There is a young boy whose mum is a sex therapist. He is very awkward in a virgin though. He teams up with the school’s bad girl to set up a sex clinic in the school and start giving sex advice to all the students at Moordale High School. By the way, he has a very fabulous gay black best friend played by me. This is Eric. He’s in charge of appointment. He’ll book you in. I don’t have a diary yet, I’ll just use the natural organizational skills of my…

  • Education in Benton County
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    Education in Benton County

    – [Narrator] There is a place where generations of families have walked the same streets to school, schools filled with teachers committed to preparing children for their futures, the kind of place where children excel. Benton County: find yourself at home.

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    Solving the Three Body Problem

    The three body problem is famous for being impossible to solve. But actually it’s been solved many times, and in ingenious ways. Some of those solutions are incredibly useful, and some are incredibly bizarre. Physics – and arguably all of science changed forever in 1687 when Isaac Newton published his Principia. Within it were equations of motion and gravity that transformed our erratic-seeming cosmos into a perfectly tuned machine of clockwork predictability. Given the current positions and velocities of the bodies of the solar system, Newton’s equations could be used in principle be used to calculate their locations at any distant time, future or past. I say “in principle” because…

  • The value of vocational education (VET) and training in career progression
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    The value of vocational education (VET) and training in career progression

    I’m a director at PwC. Senior Co-ordinator Apprentice and Intern Programmes with Qantas Engineering. Head of HR Australia and New Zealand for BBC Studios. I’m the Director of Culture and Performance at Aspen Medical Director of Public Sector for Hays nationally I don’t think an ideal career path exists I think it’s whatever career path that you happen to take and actually What’s more important is what you take from the different parts of your career to bring to the role that you’re doing We’ve had people that have been chefs and yes, they bring in good cakes, but they also bring in a way of working to their job…

  • Development of Industrial Revolution 4.0 and Its Effect on Civic Education In High School
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    Development of Industrial Revolution 4.0 and Its Effect on Civic Education In High School

    the science of today is the technology of tomorrow Edward Teller Welcome on yadi aprianto channel, development of Industrial Revolution 4.0 and its effect on education and citizenship in senior high school. thesis research proposal. submitted to fulfill part of their requirements to obtain a master’s in citizenship education. yadi aprianto Bachelor of Education. 1907169. department of education and citizenship, post graduate school. Indonesian education university. 2020. before watching the following video please like subscribe and press the bell button so you get notifications when we upload new videos. Table of Contents 1. research title, 2. background, 3. identification of problems. 4. scope of problem, 5. formulation of the problem,…

  • Coastal Now – Spadoni College of Education Ph.D. Program
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    Coastal Now – Spadoni College of Education Ph.D. Program

    Why did you struggle? The first students are progressing… It’s beyond our expectations, really. …Toward their doctoral degrees… It’s exciting to be on the forefront of a new program. Three more before we transition. …In Coastal Carolina University’s Spadoni College of Education. For years, people have wanted a Ph.D. program. The purpose today… The initial group just completed the first full year of study. The program is designed so that candidates can finish in three years. That is very aggressive. That suits these students. The program is built for working practitioners. A good number of the Ph.D. students work at Coastal. Logistically, it matters a great deal that I’m able…

  • Teaching Coding | Bringing Computer Science Education to All students
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    Teaching Coding | Bringing Computer Science Education to All students

    Fifth grade innovators. We’re ready to create. When I first started I was like, how am I going to do this? When I see the code on the screen, and it’s so complicated looking You already kind of turned off by it you look at it. You think? Oh my I don’t even know how to do thing learning and understanding that language. Bringing in computational thinking and bringing in computer science at first it didn’t seem like it would work. But as soon as I got my hands dirty, it was a natural thing. My name is Damien Kingsberry. I’m a fifth grade teacher here at Dorothy J. Vaughn…

  • How to turn off work thoughts during your free time | Guy Winch
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    How to turn off work thoughts during your free time | Guy Winch

    Translator: Ivana Korom Reviewer: Krystian Aparta I wanted to be a psychologist since I was a teenager, and I spent years pursuing that one goal. I opened my private practice as soon as I was licensed. It was a risky move, not getting a day job at a hospital or a clinic, but within one year, my practice was doing quite well and I was making more money than I ever made before. Of course, I was a full-time student my entire life. (Laughter) I could have worked at McDonald’s and made more money than I ever made before. That one-year mark came on a Friday night in July. I…

  • CAF Story | “I love going to work” – Dream job becomes reality for Base Surgeon
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    CAF Story | “I love going to work” – Dream job becomes reality for Base Surgeon

    I was 17 years old, living in Nova Scotia, finishing up high school and a guidance counsellor was saying to me: “Well, I don’t know if that’s such a good idea.” Kind of something to the effect that… “Maybe this isn’t something that you’re going to be able to do.” My name is Captain Meghan Joiner. I work as a General duty medical officer and I’m the Base Surgeon here in Suffield. I think I’ve always been a caregiver. I think that probably starts from when I was quite young and I think that’s fundamentally where the motivation comes from is that, I just, I want to help people and…

  • To our teachers: Thank you for your dedication, creativity and passion
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    To our teachers: Thank you for your dedication, creativity and passion

    Teachers wear many hats –counselor, cheerleader, and even doctor for those play ground mishaps! It’s National Teacher Appreciation Week and we want to give a hat tip to you! Whether it’s your first year or fourth decade in the classroom we know the job can be challenging. Still, you connect with students… inspire them…unlock their potential. Thank you for your dedication, creativity and passion. The National Education Association is proud to stand with you, and work alongside you for great public schools for every student.