Hillary Clinton Bashes Bernie Sanders For Botched Daily News Interview

  1. há 2 anos

    -image-Hiring people is perhaps the most difficult job a manager has. A bad fit can be incredibly expensive in terms of salary, lost productivity, and the eventual cost of searching for a new candidate.
    Even bad hires can put on a good face during an interview or produce a polished resume. The best leaders find ways to see through that. In an interview with The New York Times' Adam Bryant
    , Badgeville CEO Kris Duggan describes a great tactic his company uses.
    His company gives hires, at every level and in every function, a homework assignment. And it doesn't set a deadline. That's a great idea for a number of reasons:
    It overcomes biases

    We scoured Reddit and Imgur for the most popular posts about children's homework assignments gone awry.
    And though we can't guarantee that all of these are real, they're definitely worth a read. Enjoy.
    View As: One Page Slides

    Classroom will also help teachers stay organized, with the app creating new folders for each assignment along with folders for each student. If a student hasn't turned in an assignment yet, Classroom makes it easy for a teacher to see that. They can even distribute grades in real-time.

    The assignment, handed out to Riverheads High School in Staunton, was part of a broader unit on major world religions and asked students to copy Islamic religious calligraphy, CNN reported.
    (Reporting by Megan Cassella; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama)

    We scoured Reddit and Imgur for the most popular posts about children's homework assignments gone awry.
    And though we can't guarantee that all of these are real, they're definitely worth a read. Enjoy.
    View As: One Page Slides

    In other positive news, Teitelbaum says this use of anonymity has also evolved.
    "Anonymity is gaining momentum across the industry, with that, apps have build in great robust guardrails of moderation, filtering, reporting, and blocking," Teitelbaum said. "Ask.fm itself practices anonymity with a responsibility - you need to have a profile and need to be logged in to make comments, and you're held accountable for your actions."
    Teitelbaum argues that cutting the identity out of the picture has actually created a safe space in which internet comments can bounce back and forth freely, but that's not to say cyberbullying isn't still an issue. Teens, and most people, can receive positive affirmation of their opinions without their real-world communities raining down on them.
    "Anonymous compliments carry a more positive effect to the receiver because they're viewed as being completely honest," Teitelbaum said.
    See the other findings from the study here
    .

    Just take the following 24 answers that range from sassy to the unintentionally inappropriate.
    We browsed Reddit and Imgur for even more popular posts about children's homework and test answers gone awry.
    As always, we can't guarantee all of these are genuine, but they're totally entertaining nonetheless.
    View As: One Page Slides

    Just take the following 24 answers that range from sassy to the unintentionally inappropriate.
    We browsed Reddit and Imgur for even more popular posts about children's homework and test answers gone awry.
    As always, we can't guarantee all of these are genuine, but they're totally entertaining nonetheless.

    Washington (AFP) - The homework assignment at a US high school asked students to reproduce a sample of classical Arabic handwriting, to help broaden their appreciation of its "artistry."
    Instead, it sparked an uproar -- and meduza.internetdsl.pl even threats of violence -- that led officials on Friday to temporarily shut down the entire school district.
    It underlined simmering anti-Islamic sentiment in the United States following last month's shooting massacre in California by a married Muslim couple who drew inspiration from the Islamic State group.
    The teacher, Cheryl LaPorte, asked students in her World Geography class at Riverheads High School in Staunton, Virginia to copy by hand an example of religious Arabic script.
    But a furor erupted as news about the homework task spread on social media.

    Google has a new app called Classroom, and it allows students to turn in homework assignments using their phones.
    Classroom could actually be helpful for teachers because it connects to the teacher-centric Classroom for Desktop app, which allows teachers to archive and see a list of submitted assignments.
    The beauty of Classroom is that it allows students to turn in their homework in a variety of ways. Running late to class? Just snap a picture of your assignment and your teacher will get a copy instantly, regardless if you're in the classroom or not.

    Teachers are able to instantly copy and distribute Google Docs to students, which will likely be handy during syllabus week or for handing out new assignments, and since Classroom automatically caches each assignment, teachers can grade papers even if they're away from the internet.

    This came after a world geography teacher at one local high school gave a controversial homework assignment that required students to copy Arabic calligraphy containing the Muslim statement of faith.
    Parents were outraged that their kids were copying an Arabic statement that translates to "There is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is the messenger of Allah."

    In the event you adored this short article and you want to acquire details concerning go kindly visit the web-site.

 

ou Regista-te para responder!