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The Office is on Fire – Claim, Evidence, and Elaboration

The art of the lesson plan is knowing your students and creating an engaging lesson for the students you actually teach. This is the problem with pre-made lessons from the publisher, they don’t know your students. An English teacher, after noticing his students were really into the television show The Office created a hook for the lesson on Claim, Elaboration, and Elaboration. Using a popular reference his students were really into, students naturally lean into the activity. Start by showing…

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Projects and Learning Approaches to Makerspaces (Ed Tech Tuesdays Makerspaces Series)

Would you like to learn how to start or improve your classroom or school makerspace or even just learn more about what makerspaces are? Our GSD Ed Tech Tuesdays professional development series for teachers includes a Makerspaces Course, with classes held on the second Tuesday of most months in the 2019-2020 school year. In this course, you will learn: what makerspaces are and why you should use them, practical ways to start or improve your classroom or school makerspace, tools and activities…

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Most side-giggers in Canada call it quits within 2 years

By Pragya Sehgal More than 3.5 million Canadians today work a second job to augment their primary income, and despite high satisfaction rates, just over half of those people have had their side-gig for less than 2 years, revealed a recent survey conducted by Intuit. According to Melika Hope, head of product, small business and self employed group at Intuit Canada, side-giggers often run into issues when it comes to tax season. “Where it can become challenging is if those…

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HomeKit vs. Alexa vs. Google Home – Which smart home platform is best?

My Smart Home in the Apple Home App on iPad Pro I’ve been into home automation and smart home gear for years. I really got serious about it when we built a new house in 2016. A new house meant being about to start from scratch with the best solutions for every aspect of home automation that I wanted. When you talk smart home the usual suspects come to people’s minds: lights, cameras, thermostats, locks, security systems, shades/window blinds, garage…

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What is Intelligence in Artificial Intelligence?

Sep 21, 2019 Posted by Dr. Nidhi Arora in Artificial Intelligence, Head Scratch | 0 comments Technology is changing at a very high pace day by day. Since the invention of computers, they are growing in terms of their features. Their capability to perform various tasks is growing exponentially…. This is only a snippet of article written by Dr. Nidhi Arora Read Full Article

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5 Major Benefits of Using PPC That You Just Can’t Ignore

Simply put, if you don’t have a robust online plan to draw customers to your business, you are leaving a lot of money on the ground. Moreover, according to popular research, more than 50 percent of Americans prefer to shop online rather than physically visit a retail outlet. So, if you want to establish a strong customer base online, then driving traffic towards your website is binding. So, an excellent way to drive traffic to your online portal is by…

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Enroll Now in my New Google Drive Course – The Techy Coach

Are you a new user to Google Drive?  Do you have a minor understanding of Google Drive, but want to investigate more?  Enroll now in my online Google Drive course.  Newly updated and with more information than before. This course includes: Getting Started with Drive Connect Apps to Google Drive Sharing Files and Folders Team Drives and Collaboration How to Tighten Security on Shared Files and Folders Creating Documents in Drive and a Google Drive Cheat Sheet Enroll now for…

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Samsung Pay Cash now available: Budget your spending with this prepaid virtual card

Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay vs. Google Pay: Which is best? How does Apple Pay compare to its rivals from Samsung and Google? We test them all to find the best mobile payment system. This video was originally published on CNET. Samsung Pay continues to be one of the best mobile payment options available today, more than four years since its launch with a couple of service announcements made this week. Samsung Pay users can use Samsung Pay Cash to…

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How to watch Australia vs Uruguay: live stream today’s Rugby World Cup 2019 match from anywhere

While there were few positives to take from their stinging 2019 Rugby World Cup defeat against Wales, Australia head coach Michael Cheika will no doubt draw inspiration from his side’s second-half comeback in his pep talk ahead of today’s clash with Uruguay. You can watch all the action live and in full no matter where you are in the world by following our Australia vs Uruguay Rugby World Cup live stream guide below. It’s a match where both teams have…

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19 Streaming Horror Movies for a Truly Creepy Halloween

Halloween is right around the corner, and Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and other streaming services are happy to serve up some of the best scary movies around. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. Usually, movies are an escape from a world filled with scary, terrible things, but we all still enjoy the occasional trip into an even scarier world. Beyond stupid fun, scary movies also bond people together:…

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How to watch Nationals vs. Dodgers NLDS game live without cable

Clayton Kershaw hopes to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers back to the World Series. Sean M. Haffey / Getty Images Thursday night brought a wild start to the divisional round of the MLB playoffs with the St. Louis Cardinals scoring four runs in the ninth to beat the Atlanta Braves. The start of the second National League matchup between the Washington Nationals and league-leading Los Angeles Dodgers was less suspenseful, ending in a 6-0 Dodgers win. Friday is a new day where…

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Seven things developers should do before going freelance

By Techworld Staff | Aug 07, 2019 Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Freelance work isn’t for everyone. But for those that are tempted, there are a few things worth doing before taking the leap. Lots of developers opt for freelance work as it can pay more. Depending on your speciality, your skills could be in high demand. On the other hand, freelance work does come with its downsides. We spoke to Chery Sutjahjo, a talent strategist at Hired.com, to get her…

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Huawei ban may be delayed, but can the company survive without the U.S.? | TECH(feed)

Hey everyone welcome back to tech feed i’m juliet beauchamp. Another day, another huawei story. But i swear, there’s even more going on today than there was last week. Stick around. So first the trump administration banned u-s companies from doing business with huawei. Immediately, many prominent tech companies in the united states cut ties with huawei. Then the commerce department gve huawei a slight reprieve and allowed it to work with tech companies through august 19th of this year.…

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PayPal pulls out of association for Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency

The Libra Association is a group of more than two dozen nonprofits and companies who will be “founding members” of what is planned to be an independent overseer of the cryptocurrency. “PayPal has made the decision to forgo further participation in the Libra Association at this time and to continue to focus on advancing our existing mission and business priorities as we strive to democratize access to financial services for underserved populations,” a PayPal spokesperson said in a statement. “We…

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This week in games: Red Dead Redemption 2 is finally coming to PC

Leave it to Rockstar to completely blow up the November release calendar on a random Friday morning in October, eh? Sorry Planet Zoo, sorry Need for Speed, Red Dead is coming. That news, plus Sony opens up cross-play, Gearbox settles (some of) its legal issues, release dates for Arise and The Bradwell Conspiracy, the Terminator hits Mortal Kombat metal bones and all, and a Twitch streamer builds a whole goose controller-costume for the Untitled Goose Game. This is gaming news…

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Accused of sexual assault, ex-Tinder CEO sues his accuser

In August, a former vice president at Tinder filed a lawsuit alleging that Greg Blatt, the onetime chief executive of Tinder and its parent companies Match Group and IAC, sexually harassed and assaulted her at a company Christmas party in 2016. On Thursday, Blatt filed a defamation suit against his accuser, Rosette Pambakian, and against Tinder’s co-founder and former CEO Sean Rad, alleging that the sexual battery accusations are part of a smear campaign designed to give Rad and Pambakian…

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Kind Bar Founder Daniel Lubetzky Shares Secrets Of Building A Billion-Dollar Food Empire.

Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Daniel Lubetzky, the billionaire founder of KIND, joins me on The Forbes Interview podcast to share how he turned a nut-based snack bar into a $2.7 billion food empire with annual sales topping $800 million. His background is fascinating. The son of Holocaust survivor, Lubetzky was raised in Mexico City before attending college and law school in the U.S.. His first venture was an Israeli tomato spread company that aimed to…

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What the heck is Windows 10X anyway?

Among the many hardware reveals at this week’s Surface event, one of the software-focused elements was the unveiling of Windows 10X. But what is Windows 10X? While we don’t know enough about it to really dive deep, we have enough to make some guesses and reach some conclusions. What’s Windows Core OS? Windows 10X is a branch of the Windows Core OS designed specifically for its upcoming dual-screened Surface Neo (The Duo runs Android). The Windows Core OS is what…

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Man Paralyzed From Neck Down Walks Again With Brain-Controlled Exoskeletal Suit

This is a video of a 28-year old tetraplegic man walking again thanks to a prototype full-body exoskeletal suit controlled by his brain. The future, ladies and gentlemen — who thought we’d actually use technology for good? “(This) is the first semi-invasive wireless brain-computer system designed… to activate all four limbs,” said Alim-Louis Benabid, a neurosurgeon and professor at the University of Grenoble, France, who co-led the trial. In this trial, two recording devices were implanted, one either side of…

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Video Friday: Caltech's Drone With Legs Takes First Steps

Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your Automaton bloggers. We’ll also be posting a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few months; here’s what we have so far (send us your events!): ISRR 2019 – October 6-10, 2019 – Hanoi, Vietnam Ro-Man 2019 – October 14-18, 2019 – New Delhi, India Humanoids 2019 – October 15-17, 2019 – Toronto, Canada ARSO 2019 – October 31-1, 2019 – Beijing, China ROSCon 2019 – October 31-1, 2019 – Macau IROS 2019 – November 4-8,…

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