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Readings of ultraviolet radiation in Singapore reach “extreme” records

(Source: www.theonlinecitizen.com)

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Meteorological Service Singapore (MSS) has announced that the ultraviolet radiation level in Singapore has recorded “extreme” readings this week, reaching the highest of 15 on Monday (19 February) at 1 pm and 2 pm. 442 more words

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Digital Writing for the Real World

“English language learners need to be empowered to use language as a tool to express themselves, their identities, their cultures, their backgrounds, and who they are as individuals. 311 more words


Card of the Day - The World - Friday, February 23, 2018

Life is full of cycles…daily, weekly, monthly, seasonal, even minute by minute. Therefore, even in the most mundane of circumstances, things are perpetually ending and beginning. 296 more words


Education Readings March 2nd

By Allan Alach

I welcome suggested articles, so if you come across a gem, email it to me at allanalach@inspire.net.nz 1,100 more words


Women in Science: biographies

Click on the picture and discover important women in Science.


No Sad Songs is Alivvvvve!!!

On Tuesday, February 20 my debut young adult novel hit shelves and I’m absolutely over the moon about it. The feedback I’ve been receiving from actual readers on the ground has been overwhelming, and I’m delighted to know that creating a character like Gabe LoScuda is already helping young adults out there internalize the feelings of someone who’s been suddenly thrust into the role of caregiver for a loved one with dementia. 171 more words


FLAPPERHOUSE Reading #20, In Pictures

A gazillion gallons of glittery gratitude to everyone who helped make last night’s reading such a groovy deee-lite: Kim, Armando, Sarah, Anthony, and Devin for performing your flappy lits;  137 more words