NEWS DIGEST 22.05.2020: Celebrating creativity and maintaining economies in the lockdown – bloggers’ viewpoints

  Today’s News Digest comes courtesy of the HEMNA official Twitter list “HEM Bloggers List“. German language news and theological ethics blog theolounge.blog @theolounge_de makes reference to US president Donald Trump’s reluctance for a second coronavirus lockdown as he expressed … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 22.05.2020: Celebrating creativity and maintaining economies in the lockdown – bloggers’ viewpoints

NEWS DIGEST 16.05.2020: UK teachers and ministers tussle over planned school re-openings in lockdown

  This weekend begins with a digest from Google News. BBC News says that teachers and ministers in the UK have been asked to stop ‘squabbling’ over the Government’s planned partial re-opening of schools in early June for key year … Continue reading NEWS DIGEST 16.05.2020: UK teachers and ministers tussle over planned school re-openings in lockdown

ADVANCED ONLINE RESEARCH TECHNIQUES: New short course by Journalism.co.uk

London, UNITED KINGDOM VIJAY SHAH via journalism.co.uk Journalists and students looking to maximise their newsgathering potential from online sources can now get involved in a special short course on advanced online research techniques organised and promoted by U.K. journalism news and skills website journalism.co.uk, the Half-Eaten Mind exclusively reports today. Online research is now an essential part of reporting in the technological age, whether it is to gather information on the history of a local pub, archives of older news articles or political speeches, or for factual research for a breaking news story. By widening their own knowledge on a given subject via the … Continue reading ADVANCED ONLINE RESEARCH TECHNIQUES: New short course by Journalism.co.uk

UNIVERSAL CLASS: I passed Excel 2013 course with flying colours

They say learning is a lifelong process, and that you never stop being a student of the University of Life. Certainly as the years roll on, you pick up lots of little and large things that you will learn from. Sometimes the learning opportunities present themselves, and sometimes you have to seek them out. It does not matter if you are highly educated or you were never fond of studying, everyone learns one way or the other. I hold a undergraduate degree plus very good GCSEs and A-Levels, but I still have that urge to better and distinguish myself academically … Continue reading UNIVERSAL CLASS: I passed Excel 2013 course with flying colours

OLYMPIC LEGACY: London 2012 ‘oak tree’ transformed into a primary school’s learning tool

In warmer climes, the tree makes a good spot for idle chit-chat and outdoor picnics, not forgetting to mention its natural beauty and life-giving properties, but a Surrey primary school has given a whole new meaning to the phrase ‘tree of learning’, while honouring the nation’s Olympic legacy at the same time. Three years after London played host to the Olympic and Paralympic Games, with its spectacular opening and closing ceremonies masterfully organised by 28 Days Later and Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle, Epsom Primary & Nursery School has transformed one of the artificial oak trees used at London 2012 into … Continue reading OLYMPIC LEGACY: London 2012 ‘oak tree’ transformed into a primary school’s learning tool