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Top New Development & IT Courses

Top New Development & IT Courses

If you’re looking to learn how to code, the sheer number of programming languages may be overwhelming. Here is a selection of the top new development & IT online courses available at Udemy. Course Title: Naked C#: A Beginner’s Guide to Coding Instructor: Penny de… Read More

Google memo reflects familiar bias for women in STEM

Google memo reflects familiar bias for women in STEM

A leaked internal memo at Google, written by a now-fired male employee, has raised serious questions for women looking to enter Silicon Valley tech companies or to join academic STEM departments, both known for allegations of being hostile environments for women. The memo questioned whether… Read More

Parenting with Confidence workshop (7 to 12 year olds)

Parenting with Confidence workshop (7 to 12 year olds)

Don’t fight with your child, learn how to relate to them in a way that will build them up while teaching them boundaries and respect. This Parenting with Confidence workshop, organised by Focus on the Family Singapore, is designed to enable you to pick up… Read More

9 Must-Have Balance Games for Healthy Development

9 Must-Have Balance Games for Healthy Development

Every opportunity to play is an opportunity to learn for children. Even simple balance games are essential to their development; without an effective transition from basic balance and sensory integration their learning and reading development can be delayed. Balance is the ability to maintain control of… Read More

Aviva introduces scholarship programme for Asian students

Aviva introduces scholarship programme for Asian students

UK-based insurer Aviva has launched a scholarship programme for students in Asia, allowing them to study in Britain. The programme is available in the following markets: mainland China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Vietnam and is open to all Aviva customers and their children,… Read More

University of Colorado Boulder adding back fraternities

University of Colorado Boulder adding back fraternities

More than a decade ago, Lynn Gordon Bailey Jr., better known as Gordie, died of alcohol poisoning in a fraternity house at the University of Colorado Boulder. The 18 year old and fellow pledges were told to drink four handles of whiskey and six bottles of… Read More

7 Superb Shape Sorters to Engage Your Little One

7 Superb Shape Sorters to Engage Your Little One

We all remember our favorite childhood toy or toys. Perhaps it was a telephone with googling eyes, or a toy vacuum so you could “help” with chores. We never realized that many of the toys we played with had some educational value as well. These shape sorters… Read More