Global Smart Education & Learning Market, Forecast & Opportunities Report 2021-2026 –

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Global Smart Education & Learning Market By Component (Hardware, Software, Service), By Deployment Mode (On-Premise v/s Cloud), By Learning Type, By Learning Mode, By Type of Content, By End User, By Company, By Region, Forecast & Opportunities, 2026” report has been added to’s offering.

The Global Smart Education & Learning Market is expected to grow at an impressive rate during the forecast period. The Global Smart Education & Learning Market is driven by the rise in the number of virtual schools.

Additionally, shifting preference of education institutes, students and corporates towards smart methods of learning is expected to propel the market through 2026. Besides, emergence of connected devices and BYOD concept is further expected to foster the market growth during the forecast period.

Furthermore, proactive initiatives by the different governments across the globe is expected to positively impact the market growth over the next few

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Parasite star joins Apple TV+’s science fiction series

Parasite star Lee Sun-kyun has joined Apple TV+’s latest science fiction series.

The Wrap reports the actor will lead the cast of the streaming service’s first full Korean-language project Dr. Brain, which is expected to premiere later this year.

Based on the popular web series of the same name, Dr. Brain follows a neuroscientist who is obsessed with developing technologies to access the consciousness and memories in the brain.

When his life is suddenly upended by a tragic family accident, the titular doctor must use the same technologies to access his wife’s memories and solve the ongoing mystery surrounding the life-altering event.

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Dr. Brain is currently in production in South Korea and is written and directed by Kim Jee-woon (The Last Stand).

News of the series follows Parasite being made into

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Tusculum sports management faculty, grad students, present at conference | Education

GREENEVILLE — Tusculum University’s sport management faculty members recently showcased their expertise and teamed with current and former graduate students from the institution to make multiple presentations at a national conference.

The group participated in the 2021 Applied Sport Management Association Virtual Conference held Wednesday, Feb. 24 through Friday, Feb. 26. The conference provides an environment for developing and established scholars and sport business professionals to foster relationships that enhance the field of sport management.

Dr. Sabrina Reed, associate professor, and Dr. Hailey Daehnke, assistant professor, presented research titled “COVID-19 and Stress Among Collegiate Student-Athletes.” Joining them were Paige Kuefler, who graduated from Tusculum with a master of arts in sport administration, and Belle Hembree and Mackenzie Butler, current students in the program.

Dr. Jim Watkins, assistant professor, partnered with colleagues from Mississippi State University and Florida Atlantic University in a presentation titled “The Characteristics of Athletic Academic Advisors at

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Equipment Free Games | Sanford Fit

Are you looking for an easy game to incorporate into your physical education lesson? Do your kids need a break from their homework? Does the energy in the space feel low? You don’t need an extravagant plan or any equipment at all to try out some of our favorite quick activities!

Try a round of Simon Says. This is a great option that can be easily modified to fit any lesson or situation. Need to get those kids moving? Simon says, “Do five jumping jacks!” Trying to settle them down before bed? Simon says, “Put on your pajamas.” It’s perfect for anytime and anyplace.

Get your yoga on with fitFlow. Who said yoga required equipment? All you need is the digital device you’ve got right next to youno cards, mats, or clean up necessary. Pull fitFlow up on your device and spend the next three minutes

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