Monthly Archives: June 2016

Amazon to invest $600m in Indonesia

That which was previously only a rumor currently appears to be getting concrete form : the actual US ecommerce big Amazon reportedly offers the eye firmly established upabout Indonesia. It was consistent with Daniel Tumiwa, the top associated with Indonesia’s ecommerce organization (iDEA ). “Amazon announced It‘ll open up a good ecommerce branch withinside Indonesia.…

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The Most Valuable Lesson: Giant Anaconda Attack Human

The Most Valuable Lesson: Giant Anaconda Attack Human. Large constrictors snakes are potentially dangerous to people due to their size and strength (Branch and Haacke 1980). However, there are no documented attacks by green anacondas (Eunectes murinus) on humans. The lack of documentation may be due to low human population in areas where anacondas are…

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The Most Valuable Lesson: ANIMAL ATTACKS

The Most Valuable Lesson: ANIMAL ATTACKS. Animal attacks are an uncommon cause of human fatalities and injuries. The frequency of animal attacks varies with geographical location and historical period. Attacks described in the following article have occurred in historical times with documentation. Instances of attacks that can be attributed to the animal being confined or…

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South Mountain Co-op is looking for Science and Math teachers and an Intern

South Mountain Co-op is looking for Science and Math teachers and an Intern. Science Teacher Job Description. Seeking an experienced science teacher to work one day a week at a small, K-12 democratic free school in Montclair, NJ for the 2016-2017 school year.  At SMC, the learning environment is learner-led and students are free to choose how they spend…

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NO TEACHERS, NO GRADES, UNSCHOOL IS COMING TO IDAHO

NO TEACHERS, NO GRADES, UNSCHOOL IS COMING TO IDAHO. Imagine a high school driven by student decisions. It’s coming to Boise. It’s called “unschool”— a place with no subjects, teachers, grades, classrooms or tuition. Instead, the school features projects, coaches and the design-thinking process. “Our challenge is explaining to people that this is real,” said Teresa…

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