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What the Health Documentary

Please watch this documentary, will change you life and the your family  https://youtu.be/IANuQET0n9s To day the meal plan the whole mea
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The true about Climate Change

The true about Climate Change | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
"We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them." Albert Einstein   "Climate change is the world’
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Mapping the War Machine - Page 2 of 8 - World Beyond War . . .

Mapping the War Machine - Page 2 of 8 - World Beyond War . . . | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
WHERE ARE THE WARS? The three maps immediately below indicate where wars resulting in 1,000 deaths or more during the year have been located in 2016, 2015, and 2014. 2016: 2015: 2014: There is in the maps above a major …
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How elites profit from the myth of American bankruptcy

How elites profit from the myth of American bankruptcy | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
After years of hysteria about exploding deficits, Republicans are now willing to squander America’s fiscal strength on tax cuts and privatization schemes that enrich the elites at the expense of the people, writes Harry Stein.
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"German Automakers Push Back Trump's Warning Over Mexican Plants" - Douglas Lezameta's Nuzzel Newsletter on Mon, Jan 16 2017

"German Automakers Push Back Trump's Warning Over Mexican Plants" - Douglas Lezameta's Nuzzel Newsletter on Mon, Jan 16 2017 | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Mon, Jan 16 2017: Douglas Lezameta (Hispanounidense) Newsletter on Nuzzel. Subscribe to Douglas Lezameta's Nuzzel Newsletter
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I’m a former health insurance CEO and this is what Obamacare repeal will do

I’m a former health insurance CEO and this is what Obamacare repeal will do | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
It’s easy to predict what induced uncertainty from Congress will do to the Affordabale Care Act’s exchanges even if implementation of repeal is delayed, writes J.B. Silvers.
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"Like the dog that finally caught the car it had been chasing and doesn’t know what to do, what comes next for the administration and Congress isn't clear. But we shouldn’t fool ourselves to think it will be easy or painless. Otherwise, it may be that the great experiment trying to establish a viable market for individual insurance — ironically long a conservative objective — will end in the chaos of what came before."
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"'Radio Ambulante' joins NPR distribution as network's first Spanish-language podcast" - Douglas Lezameta's Nuzzel Newsletter on Tue, Nov 15 2016

"'Radio Ambulante' joins NPR distribution as network's first Spanish-language podcast" - Douglas Lezameta's Nuzzel Newsletter on Tue, Nov 15 2016 | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
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Study Links Environmental Toxins As Risk Factor For Autism « CBS ...

Study Links Environmental Toxins As Risk Factor For Autism « CBS ... | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it

he subject DETROIT (WWJ) – There's more evidence environmental pollution might be a risk factor for autism. University of Chicago researchers analyzed medical records and found for every one percent increase in genital birth defects ...


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Mikaela Imbriani's curator insight, March 25, 2014 12:16 PM

The subject of most of the popular media articles related to autism that I found had to do with speculating on the many possible causes of the disorder. This article briefly describes a study which used a very large sample of medical records to correlate environmental toxin exposure (pollution) to the occurrences of birth defects, which are in turn correlated with instances of autism. The article was significant to me because it opens up a new line of research into the potential causes and prevention of autism, and because as a woman who hopes to be a mother in Utah someday (a state with very high levels of environmental toxin exposure) I am interested in knowing how my environment may influence my child's development. 

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Use These Symbols To Help Support Kids With Special Needs!  


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Using de-escalation strategies tailored to a student’s behavior level and supported by symbols can help you manage crisis moments and keep your focus on teaching. 

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The Power of LEGO Education

Listen to how administrators and teachers explain the power of LEGO Education solutions in the classroom.


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kathleen anita hennigan's curator insight, June 2, 2016 3:26 AM
Lego in the Australian Curriculum. Helping develop the 21st Century Super Skills. Critical thinking, Creativity, Communication, Collaboration.
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USA : WORLD BANK REACTION TO MEXICO'S ECONOMIC CRISIS

SPANISH / NAT World Bank Latin American experts say the Mexican economic crisis was a wake-up call to the Mexicans and most major economies in the ...
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[SB Research+] Sharing is the New Buying: How to Win in the Collaborative Economy

[SB Research+] Sharing is the New Buying: How to Win in the Collaborative Economy | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Based on responses from more than 90,000 internet users, this report maps the size and characteristics of the collaborative economy, and concludes that sharing has become a competitive threat to large corporations. The report includes a demographic breakdown of the market's main segments, as well as a forecast of future behavior and recommendations for corporations.
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The Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) were a pledge to uphold the principles of human dignity, equality and equity, and free the world from extreme poverty. The eight MDGs, with a set of measurable time-bound targets, established a blueprint for tackling the most pressing development challenges of our time. This report examines the latest progress towards achieving the MDGs, and reaffirms the profound difference the goals have made in people's lives

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In a Great Recession, the case for flexible exchange rates is alive and
well

In a Great Recession, the case for flexible exchange rates is alive and<br/>well | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
By  Giancarlo Corsetti, Gernot Müller, Keith Kuester The classical case for flexible exchange rates rests on the argument that without th
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Cryptocurrencies Are Getting Crushed

Cryptocurrencies Are Getting Crushed | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
-Bitcoin, ethereum, ripple down more than 20% from record highs -Mt. Gox hearings, programmer split weigh on investor optimism
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Nuclear weapons have no place in a civilised world

https://youtu.be/l6b9cv4eTV4 This animation shows how terrifyingly powerful nuclear weapons have become Last updated on March 26, 2017 a
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This animation shows how terrifyingly powerful nuclear weapons have become. It's been decades since the United States dropped the first atomic bomb. Since then, the exponential increase of the destructive power of nuclear weapons is almost unimaginable. Here's how powerful nuclear weapons have become.
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Trump has set the US up to botch a global health crisis

Trump has set the US up to botch a global health crisis | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Bird flu is raging in China. Trump isn’t ready.
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The most dangerous man in Trump's world

The most dangerous man in Trump's world | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
There's a way to remove Donald Trump from office without impeachment. It comes from another section of the Constitution – and the man who controls most of that power is Trump's Vice President: Mike Pence.
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Inside Sears' death spiral: How an iconic American brand has been
driven to the edge of bankruptcy

Inside Sears&#39; death spiral: How an iconic American brand has been<br/>driven to the edge of bankruptcy | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Business Insider  Hayley Peterson January 08, 2017 5:41 am Seph Lawless; Skye Gould/Business Insider One morning in late 2015, on Sears
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Post-truth politics isn’t inevitable. This is why – World Economic Forum

Post-truth politics isn’t inevitable. This is why – World Economic Forum | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
“Take back control” has been an intoxicating rallying call to voters, not just in Britain but in the United States and many other parts of the world. People are “making themselves heard” in elections…
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Tuition-free college: What students really think about the idea

Tuition-free college: What students really think about the idea | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Free college sounds great, in theory — but is it realistic? We asked, you answered.
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Watch America’s trash problem keep getting bigger ("what will the map look like in another 100 years?")

Watch America’s trash problem keep getting bigger ("what will the map look like in another 100 years?") | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it

This map shows where landfills have sprung up over the last 100 years.

The United States is positively glowing right now. Too bad it’s glowing with dumps. As our population grew over the last century, so did our mountains of trash. This map from SaveOnEnergy (pointed out by CityLab) reveals where landfills sprung up in response to that growth. The circles dotting the landscape indicate the size and status of each dump: Closed landfills are indicated with green dots and operating ones with red. Today, more than 2,000 landfills are operating around the country. Check out SaveOnEnergy’s site for a nifty interactive map that locates landfills near you.


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The consequence of a throw-away culture is a world of dump sites. Land filling is not sustainable because space is a finite commodity.
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A Doctor Told Us to Lower Our Expectations for Our Son With Special Needs. Here's What Happened Next.

A Doctor Told Us to Lower Our Expectations for Our Son With Special Needs. Here's What Happened Next. | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Mark and Margaret were shocked when their son’s doctor told them to “lower their expectations” just because he had autism. That’s why they created this innovative program to celebrate special gifts.  

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Lego Mindstrom EV3

We offer innovative hands on learning programs using lego bricks for learners from age 3 to 18 aligned to national curriculum objectives. these programs have been successfully implemented in over 100 schools in South India.


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kathleen anita hennigan's curator insight, June 2, 2016 3:13 AM
In collaboration, Lego and the Australian Government have developed the Australian Robotics curriculum in which Lego Mindstrom EV3 plays a crucial role.
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The 16 characteristics of a modern teacher

The 16 characteristics of a modern teacher | The world's economy  and the Crisis | Scoop.it
Becoming a tech-savvy teacher is great. Running a flipped classroom is impressive. Doing a variety of hybrid and blended learning is incredible. Does this make you a modern teacher, though?

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Becky Roehrs's curator insight, May 8, 2015 3:18 PM

Great teaching is not about technology-it's about being a learner, who takes risks!

Jarrod Johnson's curator insight, May 12, 2015 6:27 PM

It is not about being a tech-savvy teacher, it is about embracing the fact that we do not, and cannot know everything, but that we are comfortable learning and trying with the students. "If you are not learning in the 21st century you should not be teaching in the 21st century."

sammierose88's curator insight, July 23, 2015 3:34 PM

I’ve been so focused on finding information on hybrid/blended/flipped/ technology savvy classrooms I was humbly reminded of something by reading this article. A teacher cannot only focus on the technology side of class; they also need to focus on being quality teachers. This article points out great mindsets teachers should welcome into their teaching schema.