Travel activities that are no longer acceptable: Six that I regret

Nobody’s perfect. We’ve all made mistakes. We’ve all done things we later regret. We’ve all taken part in experiences that we’ve later realised were a bad idea. That’s because things change. Perceptions change. Ideas change. What’s right and what’s wrong alters over time. Things that were once encouraged suddenly become things that aren’t. This is as true of travel as anything else. You look back on some of the experiences you had over the years and realise that they definitely would not be OK if you tried them on today.…

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Six Nations Polytechnic launching technology academy

Six Nations Polytechnic is launching an innovative academy that expects to offer students the ability to earn high school and college diplomas focused on science, technology, engineering, arts and math. The STEAM Academy will be based out of the school’s Brantford campus on Elgin Street and is accepting 50 Grade 9 students to start in September. Graduates of the free six-year program will leave with a high school diploma and are expected to earn a software engineering technician diploma from Mohawk College. “It’s a unique setup,” said the school’s principal,…

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University of Mumbai‬ T.Y.B.Com Semester Six (seventy five:25) end result 2016 declared on mu.ac.in

The college of Mumbai‬ on Friday declared the T.Y.B.Com Semester-VI CBSGS (75:25) result of First 1/2 2016. The result changed into declared at the university‘s official website www.mu.ac.in. The announcement was made on the university‘s Twitter deal with. students waiting for Mumbai university result/T.Y.B.Com result 2016 should log on to the website now to check the end result. The university of Mumbai (recognized in advance as university of Bombay) is one of the oldest and top-quality Universities in India. It was mounted in 1857 consequent upon “wood‘s training Dispatch”, and…

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IALC welcomes six new members to the association

Six language schools in Australia, Malta, France and Germany have become new members of the International Association of Language Centres this month, bringing the total membership to 158 schools. BELS in Malta and Gozo is one of the schools which has recently become a member of IALC. Photo: The PIE News. Natalie is a journalism graduate from City University London, who spent part of her degree at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill studying mass communication. In her spare time, she is either glued to the news channels or…

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Six in 10 new GCSEs and A-levels remain unapproved – with just 18 weeks of term time left

The longer this accreditation process drags on, the more it is going to be a real problem, warns union leader Well over half of the new GCSE, AS and A-level qualifications being introduced in September have still not been officially approved, just 18 school weeks before they are due to be taught, TES can reveal. Figures from exams watchdog Ofqual show that 65 of 156 specifications have been accredited, leaving 91, or 58 per cent, still in draft form. This includes all GCSE science papers, none of which have yet been…

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Six Ways to Keep Your Employees Motivated

The more motivated employees are, the more productive they are as well. Typically, productive employees also offer more creative, quality content. Keeping employees motivated can be challenging. There are many factors that can prevent employees from feeling motivated, which can cause your business to suffer greatly from a lack of quality work. Here are six ways to keep your employees happy, excited, and ready to work everyday: Work Environment The work environment in which your employees come to everyday can determine their level of motivation. Aesthetically, the office should be…

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Six Safety Tips for Traveling Solo

Having the opportunity to travel solo is often an once-in-a-lifetime adventure. Whether you are traveling to a well-known destination you have explored hundreds of times before or a brand new excursion, traveling solo offers you the chance to step outside of your comfort zone, connect with the locals, and truly submerge yourself in the culture. However, traveling alone in a foreign place can leave you susceptible to different types of dangers. In order to avoid encountering any unforeseen trouble, here a few safety tips to adhere to: Home Safety Being…

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