1. Expression Primitive au collège / Primitive Expression in High-School

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    FR: ssayan a animé des ateliers découverte auprès des adolescents – de 14 à 16 ans –, lors de la journée inter-collèges qui s'est déroulée en milieu scolaire le 6 Juin 2013 à Amagne-Lucquy (France), sur le thème de la tolérance. EN: ssayan animated discovery sessions for adolescents – aged 14 to 16 years –, during the inter-college day at the Amagne Lucquy High-School (France), on June 6th, 2013, on the theme of tolerance. www.expression-primitive.net www.ssayan.com

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    • Susan Alcorn MacKay, BEd, MEd and Laura Brawn, MA Trends & Supports for Students Transitioning into Post- Secondary Education

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      Susan Alcorn MacKay, BEd, MEd and Laura Brawn, MA, present the findings of a study completed for the Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario that looked at the emerging trends of students accessing colleges and universities in Ontario as of 2009. Best practices emerging from various institutions will be highlighted as well as recommendations for future supports. The numbers used for this study as well as best practices will also be updated to reflect 2011, two years later.

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      • KS3/4 Science Demonstrating Chemistry - Exciting Elements

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        This programme takes a look at some extreme chemical reactions and explores a number of exciting experiments that can be performed in the classroom. The scientists go on to demonstrate burning sodium in chlorine, burning calcium in air, the reduction of copper oxide using magnesium powder and the reaction of sulphur with both iron and zinc. www.teachers.tv/video/3519

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        • Family & Education

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          Part of the Interview Archive for the documentary Living Thinkers: An Autobiography of Black Women in the Ivory Tower, Graduate Student Carrie Sampson of the University of Nevada Las Vegas, shares her family story to become educated.

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          • INTED -- Teacher & Educator Testimonials from the front lines in Ghana

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            For more about our efforts to improve secondary education quality in Ghana, visit us at http://intedafrica.org

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            • Get to know a Water Industry Specialist

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              Mel Paul, a Level One Certified Operator at the Kamloops Indian Band Water Treatment Plant, has so far enjoyed a career of 8 years in this field. He is concerned with providing “safe and healthy drinking water for his community.” He stresses that his job at the KIB Water Treatment Plant is more diverse than the same job would be at a municipal or community one, where the many jobs are performed by specific employees. Mel performs many duties in his position. As a Water Treatment Plant Operator, Mel performs 3 rounds of tests per day for imperfections in the water such as iron, turbidity, chlorine residual, and aluminum. He takes samples from 3 spots in the system: the beginning, the middle, and the end. This is made necessary by the Health Canada authority. Mel incubates the samples for 24 hours as part of his tests, and, once a month, is required to send some away to be checked by a credited lab. As a Water Treatment Plant Operator who performs tests to ensure clean, healthy drinking water in a water system, Mel feels strongly that bottled water might not be as safe to drink. Mel describes the process of how the water for the plant flows directly from the Thompson River (which flows from Shuswap Lake) into a 60 foot well for raw water, where the first treatment, coagulation, is performed. Coagulation involves adding a chemical to the water. Pumps then move that treated water up to another building, where the other steps of treatment are performed. Because Mel’s plant does the 4 regular treatment steps, it’s called a conventional water treatment plant. The coagulated water moves slowly through mixing basins to a spot where the flocculation settles at the bottom to form a sludge. This part of the process is called sedimentation. After sedimentation, the clear water on top moves on to filtration through a filter of anthracite and sand. This step removes the remaining flocculation from the water. After filtration, chlorine is added to the water for disinfection, and the water runs into a million-litre clear well. From the well, water is then distributed to the water system, or to a few reservoirs. The Kamloops Indian Band Water Treatment Plant sends water to two reservoirs that are owned by the Band, and also provides water to two other reservoirs outside of the Band’s control. Mel feels that his job has a great future, and that it would be a great career for others to get into. He stresses that a shortage of certified Operators exists, especially in more rural areas. Mel underlines that with training from places like TRU, training is assured, and opportunities are made easier. The way Mel sees it, clean water is extremely important. For example, he says, “you put all the medical discoveries together, and it still doesn’t account for the amount of lives saved by just by having clean water.” Video by: Greg Sawisky Description by: Conrad Scott

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              • Concordia University - Education Department

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                Learn more about CUNE's education majors here: http://www.cune.edu/academics/undergraduate-studies/

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                • Sharon Hodgson MP, Shadow Education Minister

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                  This presentation by the Shadow Education Minister Sharon Hodgson was given at the NSEAD - Art and Design Education at the Crossroads Conference at The Baltic, Gateshead in March 2012. This is the UK national conference for all art and design educators provided by The National Society for Education in Art and Design (NSEAD). This was filmed and edited by Ged Gast on behalf of NSEAD and is being shared to enable those who attended to view again and those who could not attend to view the presentation.

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                  • Waiting for Superman - Official Trailer

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                    • "American Promise" Trailer

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                      This JustFilms-supported documentary follows two African-American boys' journey from kindergarten through high school graduation at an elite prep school, as they encounter hurdles both in and out of the classroom.

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