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Der Aufenthalt in Wäldern soll Kinder vor späteren psychischen Störungen bewahren - besagt eine neue - wenn in das früher erfahren hätte? Was passieren kann, wenn ein 41ig jähriges Stadtkind allein im Wald herumirrt ...

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Wat doe je als studeren eigenlijk niet meer lukt? Een paniekaanval al begint als je denkt aan het tentamen dat je hebt? Je huis als enige nog veilig aanvoelt -en dan vooral je bed- want dat zal niet misgaan.

Hoe moet dit? Vertel het me alsjeblieft, want ik weet het niet meer.

Erholung bei weltweiten FinTech-Finanzierungen setzt sich fort

Erholung bei weltweiten FinTech-Finanzierungen setzt sich fort
Im dritten Quartal 2019 haben sich die Venture Capital basierten FinTech-Finanzierungen weiter erholt. Die Zahl der FinTech-Einhörner stieg auf 58. Ein neues Rekordjahr erscheint jedoch zweifelhaft.

Produktivität der Mitarbeiter ist für Unternehmen der wichtigste Vorteil einer -Lösung

Mehr als 90 Prozent der Unternehmen verschiedener Branchen planen derzeit, in (KI) zu investieren. Den größten Vorteil (60 Prozent) von KI sehen sie in einer gesteigerten Produktivität ihrer Mitarbeiter. Das zeigt eine des Medienunternehmens IEN und des Marktforschungsunternehmen CINT im Auftrag von .

Scholen en de staat in Nederland: je moet 80% van je Nederlands examen goed maken voor een 5,5! Doe je dit niet, dan zak je! Het is ook elk jaar het exact zelfde en is nog steeds onbegrijpelijk!

Ook scholen en de staat in Nederland: waarom willen kinderen geen Nederlands gaan studeren?

Schools and the government in The Netherlands: You have to get 80% of the exam correct in order for you to get a D-! If you don’t, you FAIL! Also the things you have to learn is the same every year and it is still imcomprehensible!

Also schools and the government in The Netherlands: how come no children want to study Dutch language and culture at university anymore?

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this is a question for all the russian native speakers here. Would you mind helping this poor girl (me) with her russian?? I really need someone to talk to for practise, so if you’re interested, please message me


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Spent some time at a local cafe today because I had counseling at 9 then a meeting at 4:30pm! So wasn’t about to waist gas on an hour of driving just to go back to school.


November, 2019

Leaves are falling and the tree line is changing shape, all of it mimicking the changes in my life too. Sometimes growth hurts, but it’s better than standing in one place.

Day Fifty-Two

Mr. F came back from paternity leave today! He dropped by my room before the morning bell, so I gave him a big hug and welcomed him back… and teased him for looking a bit rumpled while I was looking exceptionally put together (I manage it every so often). The APUSGOV students, who were arriving at the time, got a kick out of that. So did he, so it was a good way to start the day.

My lesson in APUSGOV was on interest groups and how they influence policy-making. I did a little lecture, a little crash course, and took a ton of questions. It was so good. We also chatted about yesterday’s elections and their implications, which inspired one of my students, who’s also in MfoL to use her study hall to create a presentation to summarize the election results. She was super proud of it, too, and when the club met during flex block she got up and showed everyone what she’d done. I chimed in here and there, as did some of the other kids in the club, and I think everyone learned a lot. It was definitely a good use of the time because we’re waiting for approval on a lot of our initiatives- like hosting a voter registration drive- and can’t move forward until we get it, so our agenda today was pretty light. 

In World, I finished showing Shake Hands With the Devil, and then- because it’s a really heavy movie- I gave students time to process what they’d seen, and to discuss both the film and the actual events of the genocide. We talked about the choices individuals and countries made at that time, and what the pros and cons of those choices were, why certain ones (ie- the US’ choice not to intervene) were made… I took questions, too, about what happened, and asked students to tell me what they thought Rwanda was like today. I listened to their guesses without confirming or denying anything, then told them, “You’ll find out next class.” 

And then the bell rang.

How’s that for timing, right? I love ending like that sometimes because then students look forward to that next class. It’s good stuff.