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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
TECHNOLOGY, E-RATES AND FUNDING FOR CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
THE NATIONAL CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION AND THE UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS:
www.ncea.org www. usccb.org @NCEAtalk
When someone mentions standards in education most people assume they are referring to curriculum or instructional standard. Get ready to delve into the world of technical standards that serve as the foundation of our digital offerings. We’ll take a look at a wide variety of such standards and examine how they impact your product implementation, platform support, and business development.
For those of you who shy away from the technical, this is an opportunity to unwrap some of the jargon you hear but have been too embarrassed to ask about… xml, HTML5, APIP, Dublin Core, RDFa all sound familiar but you have no idea what they mean? Stop just nodding knowingly and learn what you need to know to engage in discussion about how to apply these standards to make the best products.
For those propeller heads out there, we have a seat at the Table for you as well. Get up to date on the latest happenings on several different standards and join the online discussion. It’s a veritable technical feast!
Knowledge is key to driving business and structuring your solutions so you can address the needs of your customers. Join host Michael Jay and guests as they explore the structure behind standards and answer questions such as:
How are instructional standards continuing to evolve?
What are the impacts instructional standards have on teaching and learning?
What standards are used by publishers and development shops?
What impact do standards have on my business?
Experts and beginners alike can embrace the value of understanding more about standards, and the common misconceptions.
1. Bethann Canada, Director of Education Information Management
2. Jim Goodell, Senior Analyst at Quality Information Partners, Inc.
3. Matt Howard, Manager of Digital Experience Strategy at Zaner-Bloser
in Self Help
Evelyn Bowden continues the discussion of the reality of public education, addressing is ways to help students achieve under less than favorable conditions. She talks about building a solid foundation before children enter the public education arena; 'not separate and not equal and more.
EACH MONTH WE PRESENT A TOP EDUCATIONAL INNOVATOR COURTESY OF THE JOURNAL. HILLIARD OHIO CITY SCHOOLS CTO RICH BOETTNER IS OUR GUEST ON PERSONALIZING INSTRUCTION WITH 1-1 LEARNING & BLENDED LEARNING
COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT IN MATH EDUCATION
Mind Research Institute sponsored a Math fair in Orange County CA that was attended by over 4,000 parents and students. Dr Matt Peterson, of MRI is our guest about all their continuing community outreach !
EDUCATION INDUSTRY: THE EDNET CONFERENCE
Conference Director Vicki Bigham with special guests Steve Hodas, Executive Director , Office of Innovation, NYC Dept. of Education and Robin Warner, Managing Director at DeSilva and Phillips, both EDNET presenters
www.ednetconference.com @ednetbiz #ednet14
Presented by MMS Education
Special Education has consistently been a difficult challenge for school districts, both programmatically and financially. In times when financial resources are limited yet academic expectations high, it can sometimes split a community.
To identify ways to control cost, while preserving the quality of special education, NJSBA created the Special Education Task Force in January 2013. The task force spent over a year, consulting with more than 25 experts in special education and reviewing the literature on the delivery and financing of special education services, with a special focus on academic achievement.
The resulting report of the Special Education Task Force, “Special Education: A Service, Not a Place,” includes recommendations for strategies to improve delivery of services and control costs. Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses the report’s findings with the task force chair Dr. Gerald Vernotica, along with task force members Michael Lee and Irene LeFebvre.
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