Could this Smart Mask be a game-changer, as children return to the classroom?

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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED ON NEWSBREAK Slated to be the “World’s First Nex-Gen Technology Mask,” NFL Hall-of-Famer, Champ Bailey, has teamed up with Modern Radio, Inc. to launch an Indiegogo campaign for the scaled production of a new wearable that could have our kids back in the classroom much sooner than later. Using next-generation technologies, this smart mask would do more than stop airborne particles from infecting the student body. Once adopted, it would monitor the personal air quality and temperature of each student, tracking daily use and compliance across the greater K12 environment. Such data would aid teachers in maintaining a […]

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3 Inexpensive Tools to Monitor Students, Encourage Productivity at Home

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Previously Published to News Break Already challenged to remain productive, remote workers now face an added responsibility. While most schools have re-opened, parents are still hesitant to send children back. Some schools have already re-closed. Through online learning and enrichment programs, we collaborate with teachers to make the most of each experience. And still, we need to stay active to keep our children on daily target. Engagement isn’t generally the issue but focus almost always is. To stay on target, even the brightest children constantly need nudged. With frequent reminders, even the most difficult child can be pushed to excel. […]

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Should You List Your GPA on Your Resume? Here’s Everything to Consider

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READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON THE MUSE. To add or not to add your grade point average to your resume? It might not seem like an important question, but did you know that there are times including or not including your GPA could literally help land you the job or nudge you into the rejection pile? Adding your GPA to your resume when you don’t need to may detract from your actual qualifications. For example, if you went through a rough patch in college, your overall grade point average may have no bearing on the actual knowledge you’ve absorbed or […]

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$1 Million in scholarship opportunities given to intern and study abroad

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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED TO EXAMINER Who says it doesn’t “pay for kids to be social?” As a matter of fact, it does. It will even pay for foreign study abroad. Thanks to Panrimo, “a study abroad outfit that will be awarding more than $1 million in scholarships in three different ways,” students from around the United States will have the opportunity to take scholarship into educational institutions and be allowed to get hands on work experience overseas. According to a press statement made on January 6, 2014, the company has pledged to award more than $1 million in scholarships to college […]

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Show of Hands: Have You Heard of Google Classrooms?

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Previously Published to TalentZoo’s Digital Pivot Of course, Google created an app for teachers. Who would have “thunk” it? Of all the great things Google has given us to explore, many of us were unaware that Google even had a mobile app for educators, allowing them to “create and organize assignments quickly, provide feedback efficiently and easily communicate with their classes,” as Google so seamlessly puts it. For some of us, Google Classroom has been invisible, although it was actually launched last year. Teachers use Google Classrooms to host live discussions and classroom sessions. Classroom calendars remind students of important […]

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Virtual Reality from Google: Headed to a K-12 Near You

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PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED ON TMC NET’S REAL-TIME COMMUNICATIONS Google has partnered with Subaru to bring fifteen major cities a new, exciting and highly engaging technology to assist within the learning environment. Teachers will receive tablets for themselves and ASUS smartphones for students that will be converted into virtual reality devices via Google Cardboard, similar to nostalgic Mattel Viewmasters. Devices will be synched through a central router, which will also be included in the Google Expedition kit for future adoption. Google Expedition enables virtual field trips throughout internationally recognized locations around the world. A rapidly growing program to influence the core of […]

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Heirloom Registry Brings New Life to Family Histories with #NoMoreStuff

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Previously Published to TalentZoo’s Digital Pivot A social campaign with the hashtag “NoMoreStuff” has taken off to introduce families to a new concept that will keep the bloodline flowing proud long after this holiday season. In an attempt to provide an alternative for holiday shoppers, Heirloom Registry has kicked off a fourth leg of a campaign that completely challenges Black Friday shoppers using the hashtag “WhiteFriday.” The goal is to pass along family spirit, as opposed to commercialized products with no meaning and that may even be returned the day after Christmas. This alternative encourages families to bond over family history on […]

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Fresh Faces Of Tampa | Fitness Instructor Daniel Nyir Is Changing Lives

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READ THE FULL INTERVIEW ON CBS LOCAL TAMPA. SPONSORED BY NESTLE. Daniel Nyiri, personal trainer at 4U Fitness in Tampa, may only be 26 years old, but he is in high demand to those looking for expert tips and coaching on nutrition and fitness. Nyiri’s ultimate goal in life is to “make everyday Americans happier and healthier.” He does this by motivating his clients to achieve their own personal goals and teaching them how to maintain a sustainable health regimen. We sat down with Mr. Nyiri to discuss his background, what makes him do what he does and how you can […]

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NamesCon: Online Bidding Comes Offline To Mingle with The People

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Previously Published to TalentZoo’s Digital Pivot In the last ten years or so, we have been seeing a trend in live, established auctions heading to the web for reach of broader audience bases with the objective of maximizing bids and securing new bidders. In fact, this has been effective for police and government auctions, which seemed to almost compete with eBay Motors in selling quality, used cars for less. In the most recent years, we have seen an uptick in those same companies adopting the “live bids” system, which has taken the standard 7- to 10-day auction period and recreated […]

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Don’t Forget to Be a Lifelong Student

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Previously Published to TalentZoo When life takes the backseat and we spend more time in transit than preparing a meal, we often forget how important it is to continuously invent self, evolve, and stay ahead of trends. We often forget how to keep learning and adopting new skills; how to form educated opinions, backed by research and facts. And, most importantly, we forget how to breathe. In a world run by technology, there are many executive professionals that remain computer illiterate. This is fine. Many of them can afford secretaries and administrative assistants to help them progress in an innovative […]

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