50% response to online classrooms during the pandemic: Thane Municipal Corporation survey | Mumbai News

50% response to online classrooms during the pandemic: Thane Municipal Corporation survey |  Mumbai News

Shriya Yadav, a 12-year-old resident of Lokmanya Savarkar Nagar, was unable to attend online classes at first because her family’s financial situation could not afford her phone internet connection. In the absence of explanations given by tutors online, only Shreya was able to take notes regularly. There were many students like Shreya who missed out … Read more

Innovation is how we’ll get rid of this pandemic – and prevent the next

Innovation is how we’ll get rid of this pandemic – and prevent the next

I felt like deja vu all over again, says the famous quote. Just when we felt like returning to normalcy, we encountered a new variant – Omicron – with a rapid rise in cases threatening our health system and dampening the Christmas spirit. For now, with what appears to be the peak past us, there … Read more

AI innovations accelerated by government and business leadership are battling COVID-19.

AI innovations accelerated by government and business leadership are battling COVID-19.

corona virus outbreak and influenza background coronaviruses as cases of dangerous strain of influenza such as A … [+] The concept of epidemiological medical health risks with disease cells as a 3D view GT There is nothing more important in the global economy than the health and well-being of all our citizens. The raging war … Read more

The pandemic has forever accelerated corporate technological innovation and public safety.

The pandemic has forever accelerated corporate technological innovation and public safety.

During this global pandemic, we’ve learned that safety and technology have become inseparable. Experiences like QR code registrations, telehealth consultations, and video conferencing have been with us for years, but using them to help us comply with health policies and prevent the spread of the COVID virus was something entirely new. At the same time, … Read more

How to use educational technology humanely in the post-epidemic stage

How to use educational technology humanely in the post-epidemic stage

Anaheim, CA – April 12: Students work on laptop computers at Sunkist Elementary School in Anaheim, California in … [+] Monday, April 12, 2021. Students in the Anaheim Elementary School District moved from online-only education to the hybrid model on Monday. (Photo by Paul Persebach/Orange County Record via Getty Images) MediaNews group via Getty Images … Read more

How healthcare companies can use skill improvement to navigate major quits

How healthcare companies can use skill improvement to navigate major quits

Health care workers, exhausted from epidemics, are quitting in alarming numbers. Since February 2020, nearly 1 in 5 of their jobs have quit. US hospitals will need to hire 200,000 nurses and 122,000 doctors each year, and the WHO’s State of Nursing Report predicts a global shortage of more than 10 million nurses. This is … Read more

Reversing the educational losses caused by the pandemic, by Henrietta H. Fore and David Malpass

Reversing the educational losses caused by the pandemic, by Henrietta H. Fore and David Malpass

When schools around the world moved online due to COVID-19, children in developing countries suffered the most. Although digital learning does not produce the same results as in-person education, technology used effectively can bridge educational gaps and prevent learning loss. WASHINGTON, DC – With the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic approaching, classrooms remain fully … Read more

Colorado legislators agree on the most important issues. But not the solutions.

Colorado legislators agree on the most important issues.  But not the solutions.

The Colorado General Assembly meets again Wednesday with Democrats and Republicans setting the same priorities: affordability, public safety and education. “I’ve never seen A country like a laser focused on these three issues…as they are now, said House Speaker Alec Garnett (Denver Democrat). Yes, but: Don’t expect kumbaya in the halls of the Capitol. The … Read more