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Emerson Process Management - Wireless Solutions

Wireless actuation - real-life examples from Emerson

GOOSE - Oil and Gas Education

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techedblog:

Motivation Monday’s - Let’s make our students successful at something. Even if its different from our curriculum let’s build some morale and confidence in our students.
Go get ‘em and let’s work together to make our students successful for the future!

techedblog:

Motivation Monday’s - Let’s make our students successful at something. Even if its different from our curriculum let’s build some morale and confidence in our students.

Go get ‘em and let’s work together to make our students successful for the future!

good:

#MotivationMondays

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#MotivationMondays

teachersworldwide:

57 million children out of school (by unesco)

If only I can save the world.Education is for everybody.I try to do my part :) http://gooseplatform.tumblr.com

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Awesome Graphic Featuring 12 Learning Skills for 21st Century Learners

Teach Emotional Intelligence in Schools | LinkedIn

This is the way to go :)

Tutorspree Blog: Weekly Wire: Rethinking College, STEM, and Cheating

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Should Everyone Go to College?
While overall the average earnings of a college graduate are higher than a high school graduate, this is not true for each individual graduate. This analysis of people’s earnings based on their choice of major, the selectivity of their school, their goal…

A dynamic of education these days. As an adults we should guide the younger generation :)

(Source: tutorblog)

thisbigcity:

The energy that comes out of solar panels is renewable, but what about the panels themselves? Today’s leading solar panels owe their high sunlight-to-electricity conversion rates to the use of rare elements, such as indium, gallium and selenium. But if current production trends continue unchecked, supplies of indium in particular will be depleted in less than a decade. The pressure is on to find a way of making solar power even more sustainable. 


Something to ponder :)

thisbigcity:

The energy that comes out of solar panels is renewable, but what about the panels themselves? Today’s leading solar panels owe their high sunlight-to-electricity conversion rates to the use of rare elements, such as indium, gallium and selenium. But if current production trends continue unchecked, supplies of indium in particular will be depleted in less than a decade. The pressure is on to find a way of making solar power even more sustainable

Something to ponder :)

(via shahidanizham)