Local Event: Work(out) From Home: Online Pilates Mat Class

Local Event: Work(out) From Home: Online Pilates Mat Class

Sunday January 10, 2021: This 55-minute online group mat class will highlight the fundamental key principles of Pilates while guiding you… Date: 2020-12-11 13:33:17🔎 Company now hiring online customer service representatives! PAY is $20 hourly! Work-at-home providing customer service for pet owners who are using a mobile app. Company offers competitive pay, benefits, paid training, paid Skip to content After teaching elementary school online — while also parenting three young kids — Katie Armstrong is exhausted.

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Sun, Jan 10, 2021 at 10:00 AM

This 55-minute online group mat class will highlight the fundamental key principles of Pilates while guiding you through the basic & intermediate level pilates mat work, focusing on core connection, flexibility, and balance. Students are guided through sequentially targeted exercises at a consistent pace for strengthening, stretching, and toning the body, specifically your core. You’ll walk away feeling toned, lengthened and accomplished!

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Exhibits Archive

Exhibits Archive

Train of the Lost, Found, and Taken Watercolor and gel pens Lake Mary High School, Lake Mary Grade: 11

January 9, 2021 – March 7, 2022

Initiated in 1992, this annual art exhibit presents work by middle and high school students whom we invite to explore ideas and visions similar to those explored by Salvador Dalí and the surrealists.

September 13, 2020 – January 1, 2022

This exhibit showcases the work of students from the 2020 Fashion Design at The Dalí program. Inspired by Dalí’s film projects, budding high school designers (9th -12th grade) from the Tampa Bay area created tangible connections between, art, film, and fashion.

Train of the Lost, Found, and Taken Watercolor and gel pens Lake Mary High School, Lake Mary Grade: 11

January 9, 2021 – March 7, 2021

Initiated in 1992, this annual art exhibit presents work by middle and high school students whom we invite to explore ideas and visions similar to those explored by Salvador Dalí and the surrealists.

December 21, 2020 – May 31, 2021

Every year, the Zodiac Membership Committee invites 12 local emerging artists to exhibit at the Museum during one special evening. For our 2020 event we invite you explore a retrospect of past Dalí Dozen artists in this year’s Dali Dozen online event; “Where are they now?”

Black & white photograph of Salvador Dali and Gala, by Lee Miller

Opening May 1, 2021

Sweeping in scope and intimate in focus, The Woman Who Broke Boundaries: Photographer Lee Miller surveys the work of photographer Lee Miller (1907-1977), who is known for her fascinating personal life and remarkably incisive portraiture and photojournalism.

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Importance Of Information And Communications Technology (ICT) - Science/Technology

Importance Of Information And Communications Technology (ICT) – Science/Technology

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has an
important role in
the world since we are now in the information age era. With
ICT, the company can make the business easier to happen
with the client, supplier and the distributor.

It is also very important in our daily lives. The lack of
appropriate information at the right time will result in low
productivity, low quality research works, and waste of time
to pursue information and even to do research which
actually others had done or in other countries. Nowadays
ICT cannot be separated with our daily needs.

ICT has a great impact in our daily lives. For example, we
can read our local newspaper using the online newspaper.
Another example is we still can get connected with our
family, relatives, or colleagues even if we are abroad by
using the electronic mail, yahoo messenger, call conference,
or video conference.

Digital computer and networking has changed our economy
concept to the economy with no boundary in time and space
because of ICT. It brings a lot of advantages for economic
development enabling millions of transactions to happen in
an easy and fast way.

ICT is one of the economic development pillars to gain
national competitive advantage. It can improve the quality
of human life because it can be used as a learning and
education media, the mass communication media in
promoting and campaigning practical and important
issues, such as the health and social area. It provides wider
knowledge and can help in gaining and accessing
information.

ICT has become an integral part of everyday life for many
people. It increases its importance in people’s lives and it is
expected that this trend will continue, to the extent that ICT
literacy will become a functional requirement for people’s
work, social, and personal lives.

The use of ICT in education add value in teaching and
learning, by enhancing the effectiveness of learning, or by
adding a dimension to learning that was not previously
available. ICT may also be a significant motivational factor in
students’ learning, and can support students’
engagement with collaborative learning.

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is
basically our society’s efforts to teach its current and
emerging citizens valuable knowledge and skills around
computing and communications devices, software that
operates them, applications that run on them and systems
that are built with them.

As a matter of fact, we are living in a constantly evolving
digital world. ICT has an impact on nearly every aspect of
our lives – from working to socializing, learning to playing.
The digital age has transformed the way young people
communicate, network, seek help, access information and
learn. We must recognize that young people are now an
online population and access is through a variety of means
such as computers, TV and mobile phones.

It is in this premise that educational technology and e-
learning is taught in or out of the classroom since
educational technology is used by learners and educators in
homes, schools, businesses, and other settings.

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Minister Of Communication Speaks On Potentials Of ICT In Nigeria

The Minister of Communication Adebayo Shittu says the Information and Communication technology ICT has vast potentials as credible alternative to the petroleum industry.The Minister stated this after inspecting exhibition stands of the ongoing E-Nigeria conference and Africa Information Technology Exhibition AFRITEF holding in Abuja.

A focus on Lagos States ICT sector

The last two decades has seen the adoption of information and communication technology (ICT) in contemporary church communications for growth. Contemporary church communications for growth is taking phenomenally great strides.follow the link below to get the complete work from bravoprojecthelp
Impact of ICT in Enhancing Quality Worship in twenty first century

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‘Felt like crying:’ Parents and teachers struggle to balance work and online school

‘Felt like crying:’ Parents and teachers struggle to balance work and online school

After teaching elementary school online — while also parenting three young kids — Katie Armstrong is exhausted.

“I’m stressed. I’m frustrated. I’m overwhelmed,” said Armstrong, who teaches grade six and seven at Bellmore Elementary School in Hamilton. 

Armstrong and her children — age four, eight and 11 — have overlapping schedules full of online meetings. She spends her teaching days juggling tech issues, helping her own kids, and making lunches.

She had hoped remote learning would only last four days. But the province announced Thursday that online schooling would be extended in southern Ontario for another two weeks until Jan. 25, as COVID-19 cases surge.

“I don’t think I can sustain this for too much longer,” said Armstrong on Thursday.

In Burlington, Jennifer Dibben said she “felt like crying” when she learned schools wouldn’t re-open on Monday.  She has no option but to work from home so she can supervise her two young kids.

Online schooling is a lot better than it was in the spring, she said — but it’s still hard to get any work done.

“It’s demolishing my career,” said Dibben, a dental technician.

“I know that lockdowns work,” she said, “I wish there was another way, but I don’t know what that would be.”

In Stoney Creek, Sarah Langille had no choice but to take the week off to look after her three kids. 

This will impact her family’s finances, she said on Tuesday, but she can’t leave her kids alone. 

“It’s not much of a choice,” said Langille. The dental clinic where she works provides essential services, but she isn’t eligible for emergency childcare. Her husband is a truck driver, and can’t stay home.

Dibben says the lockdown forces women into difficult career situations, where they are often the ones staying home while their partner works.

“Women generally make the concessions,” she said. 

“If it’s a choice that you’ve made then that’s OK,” she said. But, “If it’s a situation that’s forced on you, it’s harder to swallow.”

'Felt like crying:' Parents and teachers struggle to balance work and online school

Childcare is not available for school-age children doing remote learning, except for parents working certain essential jobs.

But not everybody with an “essential” job is eligible for emergency childcare, notes Beth McNally, a researcher at McMaster University’s Centre for Automotive Materials and Corrosion

“There’s a hole in this plan,” said McNally, who has kids age six and eight. 

On Thursday, the Ministry of Education said it would expand emergency school-age childcare access to some other workers, but was still determining who would be included.

“The focus of this week’s time limited program was on front line workers saving lives in the second wave.,” by ministry spokesperson Caitlin Clark. 

'Felt like crying:' Parents and teachers struggle to balance work and online school

Education workers are currently not eligible for emergency school-age childcare. But Armstrong says she is expected to come into school part of the week to help with a special needs class. 

“It’s almost like …we’re forced to choose between our jobs and our child’s education,” said Armstrong, who spent her winter break preparing to teach remotely on short notice.

While some families are doing well with online learning Annie Kidder, executive director of People for Education, says remote learning amplifies inequity among families.

“We know that families that were already disadvantaged are struggling more,” said Kidder.

She wants the province to set up an education task force to help solve these problems. 

Rebecca Mothersole, a reading specialist at Prince of Wales Elementary School in Hamilton, said she’s glad her students’ families have been understanding.

She says it’s been a juggling act trying to teach, while helping her son through Junior Kindergarten online.

Armstrong said she wishes there was more time to prepare for online teaching. She said it felt like “emergency learning” more than remote education.

“It’s an understatement to say that I’m exhausted right now,” said Armstrong on Tuesday. Her husband works from home, but has to be on frequent calls in another room. 

“I feel like a first year teacher trying to figure things out,” said Armstrong. “I feel like I’m set up for failure.”

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Local Event: Work(out) From Home: Online Pilates Mat Class

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