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Activity Card of the Month – April 2015

Card #11 Other People have Done the Work for You!

Have you been to the SMART Exchange lately? If not, this month’s card will explain a few details for downloading and making the files your own. 87 more words

SMART Notebook

Activity Card of the Month – February 2015

Card #9 Heads or Tails

There are many ways to have students experiment with probability. I might post other ideas later but right now, here is one method. 60 more words


Building smart cities is challenging but doable: Venkaiah Minister

Addressing a meet ‘Consultation workshop with states and stakeholders’ organised by his ministry to take states on board before launching the smart cities initiative, Naidu sought to motivate the states and urban local bodies.”Building smart cities is challenging but doable,” he said, adding  it is all about 4s and 4p – smart leadership, smart governance, smart technologies and smart people make a city smart. 118 more words

NDA Government

SMART Closing Premium Section of SMART Exchange

November 14, 2014

SMART has announced to its publishers that it intends to cease operations of the premium section of their highly popular SMART Exchange on 12/31/14.   515 more words

White Boards

STEM-ing the Achievement Gap: Looking Beyond the Classroom

Abiola Sulaiman

Discussions on improving student grades, raising high school graduation rates, and increasing post-secondary enrolment often point to student-teacher ratios as a major success factor. 835 more words

Public Policy

Turnstiles and stasis

August 2014: Violent protests erupt in Missouri after 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot by a white police officer. The unarmed teenager’s killing directs public outrage at the persisting practice of discriminatory policing in the US, bringing the persistent issue of racial bias among officials in law enforcement to the centre of public debate. 1,250 more words

Is your data centre ready for the Internet of Things?

The Internet of Things (IoT) is coming. That statement sounds rather ominous and maybe it could be for many data centre managers, with reports stating that current technologies will be unable to cope with this new, emerging entity. 527 more words