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Covid-19: how tech will transform your kids' education
The pandemic not only disrupted education—it also thrust technology onto a sector which historically has been slow to adopt it. Will classrooms ever be the same again?
00:00 How the pandemic has affected education.
03:08 Why the education sector has been slow to adopt technology.
05:02 Technology helps children have a personalised learning experience.
07:50 How technology can help teachers
09:08 Could remote learning be here to stay?
Big brawl ends District League game between Guns & East Rockers 2.0
With 2 minutes and 34 seconds left in the high-intensity game between Guns and East Rockers 2.0 in the BVI Basketball Federation (BVIBF) National 'District' League at Multi-Purp...
2 wanted persons arrested following raid by Joint Task Force on VG
Three summonses have been issued for immigration-related offences and two persons were arrested and charged for unrelated matters following a recent successful operation by the ...
Tropical Storm Peter influencing weather in VI- DDM
Elevated levels of moisture and instability in the atmosphere associated with the movement of Tropical Storm Peter closer to the area will significantly increase the chances for...
Global temperatures on the rise as world fails to meet Paris agreement emissions targets
The reduction in carbon emissions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has done nothing to slow the earth’s warming, warns a United Nations report. Other analyses released this week,...
Florida free speech law sees support from 11 states as Alabama joins legal fight against Big Tech
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall joined 10 other attorneys general in submitting an appeal in support of what Marshall describes as a Florida "free speech law under assau...
Boris Johnson to call for climate action during US visit
Boris Johnson will urge world leaders to take "concrete action" on climate change during meetings at the UN's General Assembly in New York this week.
Covid-19: 'Vaccine misinformation a dilemma for young people'
"Misinformation" is creating a "real dilemma" for young people considering whether they should take the Covid-19 vaccine, Northern Ireland's mental health champion has said.
Boxer Manny Pacquiao To Run For Philippine President In 2022
Manny Pacquiao accepted the nomination of his political allies during the national assembly of the faction he leads in the ruling PDP-Laban Party
Brazil Reports Over 1,50,000 Coronavirus Cases In A Day
Some 92,614 cases occurred in Rio de Janeiro in recent months, but only entered into the official count in the last 24 hours, the Health Ministry said.
Freedom cuts both ways on vaccines
Letter: The right to exclude is essential to maintaining a range of different environments, writes John Riseley
Australia Retaliates In Submarine Row: "French Deal Not In Our Interest"
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said that Canberra had "deep and grave concerns" over French submarines even before the deal was abandoned.
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