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The world is in motion: globalization, climate change, migration, robotization, etc. Complex systems are changing. What if tomorrow you were allowed to completely transform the entire educational system; you are not bound by anything. What would be your benchmark, your principles and underlying values? This invitation to a very interesting conference just arrived.
Please spread it to your friends and partners. Please click on the link to go to the relevant document. Global citizenship education: preparing learners for the challenges The other day we introduced you to SEED. They are currently running a survey on Attitudes to Sustainability. There are several surveys, aimed at different age groups, and if you and your kids can fill out the survey UNESCO will be able to use the In fact we are corporate members of SEED.
They have a great deal of interesting resources and information on their site and we really recommend checking them out. To keep up to date You can download your copy here. We're delighted to announce the release of our latest magazine. With topics as diverse as Diversity, Culture Fusion and Empowerment, not to mention the upcoming Dubrovnik Conference, you're sure to find loads of interest.
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Check it out here. If you're looking for a truly inspiring and The LTN is delighted to announce that the second edition of our magazine for has been published. October 31, The Importance of Academic Courage — a brief review. November 13, Testing pre-school children? November 28, Are you proud of your teacher education?
December 12, Teachers and the Nobel prices. The Learning Teacher Network LTNworks with teachers and educators around the world to promote a vision of education as a means of creating and maintaining a sustainable world. The Blue learning Zones The world is in motion: globalization, climate change, migration, robotization, etc. The latest LTN magazine is now available We're delighted to announce the release of our latest magazine.
Sign-up now - don't miss any LTN info and events.TLN is committed to supporting the professional development of teachers who work as Casual Relief Teachers. Casual Relief Teachers can attend up to four full day conference each year. There is a small registration fee for each conference.
Each conference delivers 7 hours of professional development to support CRTs meet their professional development needs for VIT registration. A certificate with the relevant teaching standards is provided to all participants at each conference. Conferences are delivered live and participants can attend in person or attend the online stream from home. TLN members are able to access over hours of live online training and hours of on demand content.
Casual Relief Teachers. For further details on upcoming conferences click the button to the side. Browse conferences. TLN has planned and will deliver: 45 live online webinars tailored to the needs of Casual Relief Teachers 10 face to face professional development sessions across Melbourne and regional Victoria 4 comprehensive or multi-part programs 45 recordings of the webinars made available as on-demand sessions All courses are free to Victorian CRTs. Browse the courses available at crtpd.
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Educator Experiences The Ed Leaders Network has been enormously helpful to our District during the COVID closure, as we have utilized the platform to assign relevant coursework to our employees for completion at home. The selection of courses is varied with topics related to academic instruction, social-emotional learning, collaboration, interpersonal skills, management, health and safety.
Beyond the closure, I will continue to use the courses for my teachers, staff and myself to provide meaningful professional development without the need for substitute coverage or a specific schedule. Elise Schwartz Principal.
After conferencing with a teacher after an observation, we discussed resources to support implementing classroom management procedures. I was able to search ELN for content supporting classroom management and assign a course to the teacher. The teacher participated in the course during one session and shared that the content was engaging and left her wanting to learn more following each section.
ELN provided her with instant quality professional development that imparts valuable knowledge and improved her classroom culture and teaching practice. Todd Pettit Principal. Especially for us teachers, where funding is low and subs are even lower. This allows me to professionally grow from the comfort of my home.
Beth Einhorn Teacher. ELN is a tremendous resource for me as a principal. I get a timely response from questions or concerns I express about ELN and feel that I am able to utilize it for myself and my staff. Victoria Norton Principal. Ed Leaders Network provides immediate, quality professional development on current education topics by experts in the field. The website is very easy to use and informative. Edleaders Network encompasses much more than just mandated webinars for school safety.
I have used some of the Common Core webinars and am planning on using more this year. Julie Katzenberger Principal.To participate, submit your response here by July 24 at 9 a. By The Learning Network. Thank you to the teenagers who participated this week, and congratulations to our winner, Chandini, as well as our many runners-up and honorable mentions.
A selection of evergreen Lessons of the Day from the school year to help students better understand world events and draw connections to their own lives. This cross-curricular resource collection, including math, history, science and music, helps students process, deepen and challenge their understanding of the pandemic and its effects on our society. Our week contest will be judged by Times journalists, and winners will be published on The Learning Network each week.
Join us any, or every, week! A series of free online professional development sessions on teaching with The New York Times that you can join from home this summer.
Museums are seeking artifacts that show how Americans navigated the Covid crisis. What items would you submit to tell the story of this moment? By Jeremy Engle. Then, they will share acts of heroism they have witnessed or learned about during the pandemic.
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As the country reopens, employers are looking to symptom-checking apps and fever-screening cameras to keep sick workers at home and hinder the virus. But do they violate privacy? What is this image saying? How does it relate to or comment on society or current events? How else might we as a nation mark and mourn these lives? During the last eight weeks of school closure, we hosted weekly webinars on teaching and learning with Times and Learning Network resources.
In this webinar, The Learning Network discusses ways to keep teenagers reading, writing, thinking and learning on their own this summer. Younger children in particular are ill-served by remote learning, according to a report issued by the National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine.
These aerial images, stunning in their abstraction, evoke a powerful sense of transcendence and tranquillity. To participate, submit your response here by July 17 at 9 a. Thank you to the teenagers who participated this week, and congratulations to our winner, Zachary Hommel, as well as our many runners-up and honorable mentions.
These journeys of the imagination explore what it means to be human. To participate, submit your response here by July 10 at 9 a. Viewed now in the midst of a pandemic, these archival Fourth of July photographs — showing large crowds, close contact and communal celebrations — elicit an added measure of nostalgia.
By Stephen Hiltner and Tariro Mzezewa. Thank you to the teenagers who participated this week, and congratulations to our winner, Ula Ekmecic, as well as our many runners-up and honorable mentions. To participate, submit your response here by July 3 at 9 a. We invited teenagers to create an original audio program, five minutes or less, about anything they wanted.
Over 1, students participated.
Here are our favorites. Lesson Plans Over Lesson Plans Based on New York Times Articles A selection of evergreen Lessons of the Day from the school year to help students better understand world events and draw connections to their own lives. Summer Webinar Series for Educators A series of free online professional development sessions on teaching with The New York Times that you can join from home this summer.The name of the column containing the predictions when it has been passed as an argument.
In a future version, you might be able to share batch predictions with other co-workers or, if desired, make them publicly available. Whether to include the predicted class and all other possible class values for the batch prediction for the classification task. A description of the status of the batch prediction. This is the date and time in which the batch prediction was updated with microsecond precision. A status code that reflects the status of the batch prediction. Example: true category optional The category that best describes the batch centroid.
Example: "This is a description of my new batch centroid" distance optional Whether the distance for each centroid should be added to the csv file. None of the fields in the dataset Specifies the fields in the dataset to be excluded to create the batch centroid.
Example: "my new batch centroid" newline optional The new line character that you want to get as line break in the generated csv file: "LF", "CRLF". The name of the column containing the centroids when it has been passed as an argument. This will be 201 upon successful creation of the batch centroid and 200 afterwards. Make sure that you check the code that comes with the status attribute to make sure that the batch centroid creation has been completed without errors.
This is the date and time in which the batch centroid was created with microsecond precision. True when the batch centroid has been created in the development mode. The list of fields's ids that were excluded to build the batch centroid. By default, it's based on the name of model or ensemble and the dataset used. Whether a dataset with the results should be automatically created or not. In a future version, you might be able to share batch centroids with other co-workers or, if desired, make them publicly available.
A description of the status of the batch centroid. This is the date and time in which the batch centroid was updated with microsecond precision.Some of our football tipsters specialise on specific markets such as under or over goals, both teams to score, asian handicaps. Some of our tipsters strive for consistency and have profitable month after profitable month, others look for bigger value bets at higher odds.
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The above table displays computer picks based off the last 100 games played in the NFL. To win represents the record based on straight moneyline bets. Our computer generates expert consensus picks that can help you cover the spread for every game. Humans are biased and their opinions color their decisions. This is why advanced stats have grown in popularity for fantasy leagues, pro sports teams, agents, and even the general stats geek.
And it's why NFL computer predictions are coming to be relied upon more than the screaming, angle-quoting handicapper. Picking NFL winners against the spread is one of the toughest tasks in sports betting.
Professional handicappers can try to sell you their information and you can try to figure it out yourself, searching through stats, trends, weather reports and studying line moves. Increasingly, bettors are relying on computers to do the work, to come up with unbiased, stats-focused predictions on NFL games. Of course, the output is only as good as the input.
If the stats are accurate and significant handicapping measurements and if the formulas or algorithms are solid, then the resulting NFL computer selections can be reliable. Depending on how complex (does it include player data, weather variations, depth chart consideration.
Of course, naysayers will always argue that a coin toss or some zoo animal will be able to do just as well, but those are true flukes. Computer picks have a basis in fact and stats. If you find that perfect mix, you should be able to find edges and advantages that you can exploit at the sportsbook window each Sunday (or Monday).