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Skeleton of Giant Goliath find by Archaeologists

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The skeleton of giant Goliath find by archaeologists a proof “Bible” is an inescapable fact and undeniable this startling discovery was made sometime ago by a leading archaeologist, Dr Richard Martin who says it proves skeleton of giant Goliath find by archaeologists that David’s battle with the 10-foot giant really happened just like the Bible said it did. He labelled ... Read More »

Giant Planet with 3 suns Spotted By Astronomers


Imagine a planet with triple sunrises and sunsets every day for part of the year, and nonstop daylight at other times. Astronomers revealed such a place Thursday: a strange new world in the Constellation Centaurus that has not one, not two, but three suns. What’s more, a year there lasts half a millennium from Earth’s perspective. Discoverer and lead author ... Read More »

Valley View University to Introduce New Programmes


The Valley View University is processing eleven programs for accreditation in addition to its 28 programs to offer more opportunities in developing Ghana’s human resource. The Vice Chancellor of the University, Professor Daniel Bediako announced this at the 22nd Congregation ceremony of the Adventist institution, at its main campus at Oyibi, in the Greater Accra Region. The programs are a ... Read More »

Germany Launches First Transparent Car (See Photos)


transparent car of ZF company equipped with different security systems is presented on the second press day of the Frankfurt Auto Show IAA Frankfurt, Germany…See More Below: Credit:ofofonews Read More »

IUPAC Announces Four Elements on The Periodic Table With New Names

New Periodic Table

Time to rewrite the science textbooks: The periodic table has new names for four elements. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry, the gatekeeper to the periodic table, announced on Wednesday the proposed names for elements 113, 115, 117 and 118: nihonium, moscovium, tennessine and oganesson. The new names for the four superheavy, radioactive elements will replace the seventh ... Read More »

EdTech Tools of The Week: iCivics Lesson Plans, US News Map, Classtag

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TOO COOL (PERFECT FOR SCHOOL): We’ve got our favorite edtech teacher and administrator tools for the week right here, as highlighted in our Instruct newsletter. By the way—got a favorite S’Cool Tool you like to use? We would love to hear and share your recommendations! If you’ve got a tool that makes you or your students sing from the proverbial ... Read More »

How to Move from First-Person to Learner-Centered Teaching


In a famous essay about characters in fiction, the novelist Mary McCarthy wrote, “We are the hero of our own story.” I’m often reminded of this in my work, helping faculty to improve their teaching. After classroom observations, when I ask instructors how they thought it went, they naturally think in terms of “Did I perform well? Did I capture ... Read More »

Three Tips for Edtech Hiring Managers Interviewing Teachers

Edtech Hiring Managers

Many edtech companies are eager to hire people with classroom experience. But for all of the aligned interests between teachers and edtech companies, the courtship is often awkward and unsatisfying. This breakdown can occur from the outset, when business-minded hiring managers and practice-minded teachers meet in initial interviews. Interviews typically provide the most potent and compelling moments in any hiring ... Read More »

How to Build an Educational App – Read more Here

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Over the next four years, nearly a billion students will enter middle and high school, and if recent projections are accurate, most of them will have a smartphone in their pocket. These students will decide what apps they use and when they use them, and could potentially take large parts of their education into their own hands. Despite this potential, ... Read More »

Degreed Acquires Gibbon to Integrate Learning Materials Playlist Curation


MONKEYING AROUND: Degreed, a startup that offers a platform for tracking credentials both in and out of school, has acquired Gibbon, a platform for curating playlists of learning materials from around the internet. The latter’s offices in the Netherlands will become Degreed’s first satellite office. Gibbon users’ playlists will be available for 12 months, albeit in a read-only format, according to ... Read More » Slashes Editorial, Marketing Divisions Amid Slow Growth

NOODLES CUTTING, a discovery and rating platform for educational products, services and institutions, has cut its marketing and editorial teams by as much as 80 percent, effectively gutting the departments. The company laid off between 10 and 20 people across the two departments, which collectively had a staff in the “low 20s,” confirmed John Katzman, Noodle’s CEO. Katzman has long been ... Read More »

NASA Opens Application for Astronauts to Help Get to Mars


NASA opened its astronaut-application website Monday. It’s accepting applications through Feb. 18. Contenders need to be U.S. citizens with a bachelor’s degree in science, math or engineering. Expect intense competition: More than 6,000 applied for NASA’s last astronaut class in 2013, with only eight picked. It’s an elite club, numbering only in the 300s since the original Mercury 7 chosen ... Read More »

Kumasi Polytechnic student dies wrestling with armed robber


A 21-year old first year student of Kumasi Polytechnic last Wednesday dawn lost his life when he tried to wrestle with a suspected armed robber. He was alleged to have tried to stop the intruder from getting access to the room which he shared with his friends who are all students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology ... Read More »

UCC Students Manufacture Solar Heater

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Students of the University of Cape Coast  have built a Solar Heater which was displayed recently at its Laser and Fibre Optic Center (LAFOC). The ceremony was hosted by the College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences at the Department of Physics. Submit any breaking News, campus Filla , Event Promotion or Advertisement ,or  Inquiries on Any  of our Publications to ... Read More »

KNUST students to start switching between online and physical lecture rooms


The Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has rolled out a pilot project in three of its colleges as it introduces a shift from the traditional system of teaching to electronic learning. The e-learning, which is currently being implemented at the Colleges of Arts and Built Environment, Agriculture and Natural Resources and the College of Science, is to ... Read More »

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