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Purpose: Key to Determining the Right Digital Tools

As the world moves towards 21st-century education, it’s not surprising more schools and jurisdictions adopting digital math tools or applications for various purposes. Usually, when these tools are adopted for the first time, they are being used to systematically pilot them. Since adopting these tools have associated costs, it’s necessary to determine whether such tools represent a valuable use of resources. This also highlights the importance of rigorously evaluating them if they promote better student outcomes. Valuable insights are needed before deciding whether to scale up or completely abandon the technology.

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Guide to Organizing Your Own School Club

The manifest function of a school is for learning and educating students. This is what society intends this institution to have. However, there’s one latent purpose of school why other than academics, extra-curricular entities such as clubs should exist. That purpose is to provide students the avenue to socialize with their peers, which help them learn things not covered by the intended curriculum.

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Things You Must Bring in a Survival Camp

Organizing a survival camp is tantamount to engaging yourself in a life-threatening endeavor. This isn’t a sort of imitation, but the authentic experience of wild immersion because the wild environment is always wild. But living in a wild is no easy task, you will be facing a real cruel world out there. In order to keep yourself alive, you need your survival skills coupled with some essential things. The following are the essentials you must bring in a survival camp:

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Breaking the Gap between Man and Fishes

Have you ever been to a marine sanctuary? Do fishes welcome your arrival in the marine protected area and say “Hello, Welcome Visitor!”? Though it seems unbelievable, for a sea guardian in Gilutongan island, an interaction between man and fish is possible. This man I’m talking about is locally known as “Noy Toti” and he literally talks to the fishes for more than a decade. His story will help us understand the gap between man and fishes and how to break it by just a simple act of friendship.

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Taking 3Es Against Illegal Disposal of Solid Waste

As what Annie Leonard said in the video “The Story of Stuff”, “Ninety-nine percent of the stuff we harvest, mine, process, transport — 99 percent of the stuff we run through this production system is trashed within six months.” This means that we’re embracing a wasteful consumption based on the paradigm of mass production and mass waste. Moreover, we end up with solid waste problems. It is said that these waste problems to be the mirror of Society – a reflection of how we lived – manifested by the widespread illegally dumped solid waste rooted from its underlying causes. But, can we eliminate or lower our impact by buying less stuff that we don’t really need?  Well, we suggest you try it and the experience may surprise you.

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