Mentorwolf is not an online university and encourages its’ members to think beyond the scope of traditional academic subjects like math and science, urging them to be more creative and have fun with their education. “Most anything can be taught and learned on the platform from re-upholstering ones dining room chairs to repairing a vintage vehicle’s carburettor, to learning how to make Rocky Road ice cream – we want people to explore and learn from each other.” says founder and CEO Kaspur Franke, an entrepreneur from New York who found himself traveling in New Zealand when the global Coronavirus
Combining the power of the web, the gig economy, and
distance learning, Mentorwolf a new peer to peer educational
website with a twist, launched today just in time for World
Teachers’ Day. The site connects tutors (mentors) with
learners (mentees) worldwide.
Mentorwolf is not an
online university and encourages its’ members to think
beyond the scope of traditional academic subjects like math
and science, urging them to be more creative and have fun
with their education. “Most anything can be taught and
learned on the platform from re-upholstering ones dining
room chairs to repairing a vintage vehicle’s carburettor,
to learning how to make Rocky Road ice cream – we want
people to explore and learn from each other.” says founder
and CEO Kaspur Franke, an entrepreneur from New York who
found himself travelling in New Zealand when the global
Here are some of the top stories we’re following for Tuesday, August 29, 2020.
Parents in Red Clay School District, told they must decide between in-person and virtual learning by Friday, say they are being pressured into making a choice with not enough information.
In a message to parents on Friday afternoon, the district outlined the two options. They could either keep their children learning at home, or have them attend school in person four days a week, with one day of home learning.
Families are also being asked to sign a waiver for in-person learning, agreeing that the district is not liable for anything “resulting from exposure, illness, or injury relating to or as a result of communicable diseases including COVID-19.”
“We have a large population of students with disabilities who have issues that may present challenges in terms of their ability to wear a mask,” Superintendent
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The West Virginia Department of Education will begin identifying any public school in the state with a reported COVID-19 outbreak on its website, Gov. Jim Justice announced at his tri-weekly COVID-19 news briefing Friday.
An outbreak at a school is considered to be any two or more COVID-19 cases that, through contact tracing, are believed to be related, Justice said.
The website lists the name of the school, how many cases are linked to the outbreak and if the school has implemented virtual learning because of it. Since the reports are for outbreaks only, there could be more COVID-19 cases at a school or facility that are not part of the outbreak but could contribute to school closures, according to state schools Superintendent Clayton Burch.
As of Friday afternoon, eight schools in Putnam, Kanawha, Raleigh, Monongalia, Grant and Marshall counties were reporting outbreaks, all of which included less than five
GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) — A new website is helping people get more information on local candidates.
It’s a busy election season.
It can be hard to know where to look for more information about who’s on your ballot.
“It’s definitely trickier to find information on people who are less in the mainstream,” said Ben Berwick, a voter.
It’s especially hard when there are a lot of officers to vote for.
“You go in knowing who you’re going to vote for, for President,” said Courtney Paul, a voter. “Then you go, okay, here’s all these local people.”
The creators of Voter 411 ENC want to make those choices easier.
“People shouldn’t be left voting on the basis of yard signs,” said Cindy Elmore, a professor at ECU. “That’s not good for democracy.”
Elmore said the idea came to here when she was trying to find more information on her local candidates
HEON is the Higher Education Outreach Network, part of the Uni Connect Programme funded by the Office for Students.
It offers opportunities to help students in school and college explore different career pathways whilst helping widen access into higher education.
Recently, the network has launched a new service, the HEON Outreach Hub. The Hub provides a wide range of educational and informative resources, case-studies and guidance in accessing outreach provision in the local area.
Supporting students’ next steps
Before the summer, HEON designed a range of resources to help students which were focused on transitioning into either higher education or further education. These were created as the team recognised a gap in provision as these students would be progressing to their next educational step.
HEON designed a series of weekly resources on different topics such as how to develop effective study skills, advice on applying for an apprenticeship and interview