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What is Pseudoachondroplasia?

There are many types of birth defects, some cause severe complications as the child grows while some do not cause any serious issues. In...

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Monument Valley May Be Coming To PC Later This Year

Monument Valley is set to come to PC in 2022. The indie puzzle game launched in 2014--can you believe it's been eight years--for iOS and Android mobile devices, before also releasing for Windows Phone in 2015.

Monument Valley director Jennifer Estaris revealed the announcement to MobileGamer.biz while talking about the upcoming third installment to the series. This new game does not currently have a release date, though it is being designed to tackle the ongoing climate crisis.

"I can't say more about [the next Monument Valley], but what I can talk about is the nice side benefit of the experimentation we have been doing: the original Monument Valley is playing gorgeously on landscape and on PC--this experience is something we are hoping to release sometime this year," Estaris said.

In Monument Valley, you play as Princess Ida, who journeys into a series of mazes composed of optical illusions in order to seek forgiveness for a past mistake. Its sequel, 2017's Monument Valley II features the same illusion-based puzzles, but has a far more prominent story, one that focuses on two characters--a mother, Ro, and her child.

COVID Brought Attention To Early Childhood Education. Here’s How Investors Are Responding.

One thing the pandemic has made clear, many experts say, is that families with young children need more support than they’re getting. The shuttering of ...

CANVAS OF SKIN – HOW MUCH DOES IT COST THE ARTIST?

In an era where present-day art and the artists know no definite form, it is important to highlight the protection (or lack of) available to [...]

Want Students Who Think for Themselves? Let’s Eliminate Our Standardized School System

“Mr. Morita, you were wrong. School is not the problem. Students are the problem.” This statement was shared by a former middle school student of mine ...

Stranger Google: Crazy Tools From the Upside Down!

The post Stranger Google: Crazy Tools From the Upside Down! appeared first on Shake Up Learning.

In this episode, Kasey shares some super cool, lesser-known Google tools. These tools use AI, machine learning, body movements, data, and more to engage your students in new ways. Are they as strange as the Netflix series, “Stranger Things?” You’ll have to listen to find out! (I promise it’s not scary!) Any Stranger Things fansContinue Reading

The post Stranger Google: Crazy Tools From the Upside Down! appeared first on Shake Up Learning.

What’s a Ketamine K-Hole and How to Avoid It

Ketamine is the new medical trend, though its been popular on the recreational market since the 80’s, and enjoys use as a legal schedule III anesthetic. For those who use it, the term ‘k-hole’ should be familiar, and for those who want to get into it, it’s a good thing to know about. Ketamine proposes […]

The post What’s a Ketamine K-Hole and How to Avoid It appeared first on CBD Testers.

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How the COVID crisis caused K-12 to rethink testing

Educators are concerned that summative assessments make students anxious, and they want to move to a more balanced testing approachThe pandemic reignited the debate over shifting away from high-stakes testing to a more balanced assessment approach that’s part of the regular instructional cycle.

Meet the founder of Onoco

We spoke to Margaret Zablocka, founder of Onoco, about her motivations behind building Onoco and exciting plans for the future. 

The post Meet the founder of Onoco appeared first on Seedrs Insights.

At risk of causing dissent, ConcernedApe refuses to pick his favorite Stardew Valley NPC

Like asking a parent to pick their favorite child I think it’s a fair assessment to say that Stardew Valley creator...

The post At risk of causing dissent, ConcernedApe refuses to pick his favorite Stardew Valley NPC appeared first on Destructoid.

Penelope makes retirement plans intuitive for the smallest businesses

With advancements in technology and the right product design, retirement plans can certainly be designed for business owners.

The post Penelope makes retirement plans intuitive for the smallest businesses appeared first on LendIt Fintech News.

Kentucky House Passes Medical Cannabis Legalization Bill

The Kentucky House of Representatives passed a medical pot legalization bill on Thursday, sending the measure to the state Senate for consideration.

The post Kentucky House Passes Medical Cannabis Legalization Bill appeared first on High Times.

3 edtech trends to watch in 2022

The pandemic ushered forth a new era that saw edtech expand rapidly in classrooms across the world--where is it headed next?It is impossible to exaggerate how much the edtech sector is growing – in fact, exploding might be a better word! The edtech market in the UK is now estimated to be £3.2bn following growth during 2020 of more than 70 percent.
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