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The Rose's Vision
Using Language, The Rose of Education is investigating its use in developing new technologies for communications, education, energy, security, defense, propulsion, automotive and robotics. More applications and sectors are being identified.
The result will be a bio/technical interface industry, where technology will be used to focus, speed and multiply our natural abilities- cognitive and physical.
But only after our natural abilities have been Enhanced. The Rose of Education is starting at the beginning, with Language, both Verbal and Body:
REAAL & The STORK
Using these two Languages, The Rose of Education is developing Concept Games* to prepare those who become adepts, for the technology that will be developed from the data gathered. These games will map the mind and body to develop customizable, Neural and Physiological Network Templates.
This means Jobs. http://www.theroseofeducation.org/
Photo: technology software developer/founder Anthony Hall
Join Ted Hicks (Dad, Husband & Son) as he moderates the #LNPShow that discusses the latest trends and game changers in parenting, technology, education, sports & product reviews.
Aris Persidis @GridIronMoe creator talks about the app and how it's integrated into live games. 805PM
Sharona Fab @SportsBySharona discusses #DeflateGate and providers her #SB49 picks. 830pm
Lee Vowell @LeeVowell @HappyHourNet CEO drops by to talk about the Happy Hour's pregame show. 850pm
Tune in LIVE every WEDNESDAY at 8PM ET/ 5PM PT. To call in and be a part of the experience or listen via your mobile phone - Dial 347-857-1947. Stream us 24/7 at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/happyhournetwork to listen!
SOLVING THE ED TECH PROCUREMENT ISSUE
Noted Philadelphian (as I am) Edwin Wargo, co-Founder of 3rd Qoute and his co-founder, Alpesh Patel have created an amazing product, from their experience in K-12 districts for school Ed Tech procurement. SIIA Innovation winners.
ISTE: PREPARING FOR DIGITAL LEARNING 2015
ISTE CEO Brian Lewis is our guest with a look from the top at what's on the horizon for ISTE, digital learning...and preparing teachers for it!
Presented by Learning.com
HOW AND WHY DISTRICTS MOVE TO DIGITAL CONTENT
It must be Learning.com day today. We have another special guest, Learning.com's CEO Keith Oelrich. Dealing with school districts every daay, he is an expert on helping districts transition
www.learning.com @learningdotcom .
WYOMING'S ISTE AFFILIATE: THE WYTECC CONFERENCE
Dr Cristy Magagna puts together a remarkable conference in an out of the way place... though it isn't out of the way if you live there. Just goes to show ya what a little fortitude can do. Learn more from her experience. WYTECC, btw, is "Wyoming Technology- Education- Curriculum -Connection. In other words ITA,*
* "It's an acronym"
Presented by LEARNING.COM
The Total Tutor Neil Haley, Jarrett, and Jason The Public School Guy will discuss the following education topics:
State of The Union
Students in North America are more stressed
The Total Tutor Neil Haley and Jason the Public School Guy will discuss the following education news topics:
Online Freshmen Year Free
Half of Kentucky's Kindergartners not ready
Suicide Prevention For Teachers
Birmingham Schools Students Sprayed with chemicals.
This week will be a special episode dedicated to the greatest playwriter, William Shakespeare and his mysterious life.
The Playwright Romantic: William Shakespeare
Known as the greatest poet and playwrighter that ever lived,
William Shakespeare lived in United Kingdom full of wit.
Born on April 23, 1564, the date believed to be,
Most historians cite his life as a great mystery.
He lived in a large home with his older brothers and sisters
Where he initially found his golden, dramatic writing key.
At first glance a poet, yet expanding to plays,
Shakespeare wrote Romeo & Juliet, Hamlet, and Henry the 8th.
Because of his works and contributions to theater,
Shakespeare was nicknamed Bard of Avon and The Bard.
His plays filled with emotions, conflict, and love
His works have long captured the hearts of all doves.
"Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?" or sonnet eighteen,
Describes the eternal beauty of his love, creating a beautiful scene.
It compares her long lasting beauty to a short summer day,
Allowing us to picture her gleaming in the sun,
Away from the rest of world's gloomy dark bay.
Unfortunately to the world of prose a light dimmed shut,
When Shakespeare left the world with a hint somewhat -
His death is cited as April 23rd in 1616,
Exactly the day of his birth from down within...
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