Smart Learning & Education Market

Smart Learning & Education Market – Scope of the Report A latest study collated and published analyzes the historical and present-day scenario of the global smart learning & education market to accurately gauge its potential future development.

New York, March 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Reportlinker.com announces the release of the report “Smart Learning & Education Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2020-2030” – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06036504/?utm_source=GNW
The study presents detailed information about the important growth factors, restraints, and key trends that are creating the landscape for the future growth of the smart learning & education market, to identify the opportunistic avenues of the business potential for stakeholders.

The report also provides insightful information about how the smart learning & education market is expected to progress during the forecast period of 2020-2030.

The report offers intricate dynamics about the different aspects of the smart learning & education

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Let’s talk about wonderful Indian science-fiction and fantasy novels

Two venerable champions of the form are Anil Menon and Vandana Singh, both of whom have published widely in short fiction. Menon’s 2009 novel, “The Beast With Nine Billion Feet,” dazzles with its vision of 2040 India, while Singh’s most recent collection is the terrific “Ambiguity Machines and Other Stories.” (Singh is physicist, and her science fiction tends to be both hard and lyrical.) On the fantasy side, it is hard to ignore the indefatigable Ashok Banker, whose multivolume epic fantasy retelling of the Ramayana — beginning with 2003’s “Prince of Ayodhya” — was published by Orbit in the United States, a move that was somewhat trailblazing for Western publishing of the time. His most recent novel in the United States is “Upon a Burning Throne” (2019).

So who are the bright new writers reimagining Indian fantasy and science fiction today? What

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What is professional development in education? | Virtual College Fair

Whether you’re a seasoned educator or a first-year teacher, it’s never too early (or late) in your career to think about professional development.

Investing in yourself as an educator is the best way to ensure both professional growth for yourself and academic growth for your students. The demands of teaching are constantly evolving—and it’s up to you to keep up with the latest developments in the teaching field. Taking part in professional development can help you stay on top of teaching and instruction trends, expand your skill set, and create a curriculum that sets your students up for success.

So, what does professional development in education look like? Most people hear the term and think of traditional settings like seminars, college courses, or conferences. However, professional development can happen informally through individual research and reading, classroom observation, or peer discussions. To put it simply, if it’s helping you stay informed,

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Public outcry after racist remark caught on hot mic during Oklahoma high school basketball game

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Hundreds of comments are pouring onto social media Friday after a racist remark was caught on a hot mic during the National Anthem at a state quarter-final basketball game between Norman and Midwest City. 

The Norman players were kneeling during the anthem when the comment was made. 

“F****** n****** could be heard on the announcer’s mic. Lots of people were outraged by the comments.

“From anger, it just saddens me, that here we are in this day and age and racism still exists​,” Khari Manuel, who follows high school sports, said.

“I was just deeply angered, outraged. I was really lost of words, I was just shocked,” Bryatt Vann, a Norman team parent, said. 

Vann says the team chose to kneel together.

“All the girls did their research on kneeling and what

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