A camera will save you from false accusations. “In Russia, everyone should have a camera on their dashboard. It's better than keeping a lead pipe under your seat for protection,” writes Marina Galperina, a New York-based
Recently, New York Institute of Technology and New York State Teacher Centers partnered with Symbaloo to collaborate and organize resources for Common Core. New York use SymbalooEDU premium version to share
One day it might be delivering milk, but the next it's building Ikea furniture, driving someone to the airport, hosting a stranger from out of town in your spare bedroom, or teaching a class on a topic in which you're an expert. The best part? New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman wrote a piece headlined "How To Monetize Your Closet" that argued "these entrepreneurs are not the only answer for our economic woesbut they are surely part of the answer.".
Instead, they're increasingly turning to consulting firms that promise to harness the power of Big Data, “Moneyball”-style, to identify the future superstar educators from among scores of hopeful applicants. Story Continued Below. The new screening tools slice and dice aspiring teachers into dozens of data points, from their SAT scores to their appreciation for art to their ability to complete geometric patterns. All that data is then fed into an algorithm that spits out a score
NASA meets Copacabana, proclaimed the New York Times, hailing Rio de Janeiro's Operations Center as a “potentially lucrative experiment that could shape the future of cities around the world.” The Times photographed an IBM executive in
I chose “data” as one of the top trends of 2011, and the opening line of that article reads “If data was an important trend for 2011, I predict it will be even more so in 2012. . But a ridiculously impossible question about pineapples and hares on the (Pearson-developed) New York State eighth grade language arts exam — one where based on a wonderfully absurdist story by children's author Daniel Pinkwater and one where every multiple choice answer was equally
Hapara has been very well received by the teaching community. It has won multiple awards including Best Administrative Application in the New York City Gap App Challenge in Spring 2013. In the summer of 2013, Hapara
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