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Several local 4-H members joined more than 300 other young people across the state to network and improve their leadership skills at the recent Pennsylvania 4-H State Leadership Conference, according to a statement. of the extension service. The conference, themed “Be Different Together,” was held both virtually and in person at State College’s Penn Stater …

Students at South Oldham High School have learned techniques to help someone live another day. The UofL Hospital Trauma and Outreach Coordinator hosted a Stop the Bleed class on Thursday. Students were taught bystander tourniquet training as a way to control bleeding in an emergency. The skills they are learning now are encouraging the next …

Two sows teach students at Streator Township Secondary School and many others, including Think OINK’s 4,800 Facebook fans. For a sixth year, agriculture professor Riley Hintzsche is giving agroscience students hands-on lessons in hog production, from artificial insemination to farrowing to moving weaned piglets from the temporary nursery school. By supplying their sows, Mark and …

The financial skills of 15-year-olds from socio-economically disadvantaged backgrounds are similar to those of 11-year-olds from more advantaged backgrounds, shows a new report from UCL researchers. The study, commissioned and funded by St James’s Place, the UK’s largest provider of financial advice, measured the financial capabilities and behavior of 3,745 Britons aged 7-17 across a …

The creation of a new specialized Digital Guarantee Unit is the centerpiece of the strategy. It will be made up of curriculum specialists and ICT experts, who will be responsible for providing holistic support to schools to meaningfully integrate digital technology into what students learn and how they learn it. The unit will also be …

BY KERRIANNE SIROMAREDWU journalism student A third year law student at the University of Papua New Guinea is using her sewing skills to generate funds for her studies this year. Hannah Kalua, 21, from a mixed family in the Eastern New Britain and Eastern Sepik provinces, says she is doing this to help her older …

Daniel Comp teaches surfing skills to potential young lifeguards. Photo / Lewis Gardner The second day of 2022 was a heatwave in Whanganui, with many heading to the beaches for entertainment and even for education. On a perfect day at the beach, lifeguard Daniel Comp had a party of 10 children learn surfing and swimming …

Artist Christine Whitacre shows off a copy of “Color My World.” A gnome adventure. She wrote and illustrated the children’s book available from Barnes & Noble and Amazon. “It was a bit like being in limbo back then”, the artist-author laughed at his great family days in Salem. “Growing up when there were so many …

Concerned about the low rates of financial autonomy and inclusion skills among youth and women in Kano State, a nonprofit, the Whitefield Foundation in partnership with the Coca-Cola Foundation, has launched a initiative labeled EQUIP Organizers said more than 20,000 women and young people across the state will benefit from a series of transformative skills …

Riki Sameshima had one ubiquitous ambition when he traveled to South Korea: to become a world-class esports professional representing his native Japan. Since arriving in September, he has only slept a few hours a day and trained for hours. The 22-year-old native of Osaka Prefecture takes part in the popular online combat arena game “League …

(The Magazine Plus Editorial): – Miami, Florida, December 10, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – The Benefits of MemoBrick for Your Child’s Development MemoBrick, one of the best toys of 2021, not only has sentimental and visual value, but it’s also a tool parents like you can use. By assembling your own MemoBrick with your child, it will …

The Institute of Information Technology (ITI) of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology announced a self-employment training program for a number of young people in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It aims to train 1,500 people to qualify and support them as workers in the field of communications and information technology, and to increase …

Joint press release The Honorable Ken Wyatt AM, MP Minister for Indigenous Australians Hasluck Member Senator the Honorable Anne Ruston Minister of Family and Social Services Minister of Women’s Security Senator from South Australia The Honorable Stuart Robert Acting Minister of Education and Youth Member of Fadden The Morrison government, in partnership with SNAICC – …

SINGAPORE – Parents will soon receive more help to improve their mental health and e-well-being knowledge so that they can talk openly and constructively with their children about mental well-being issues. Recognizing that parents want to help their children in this aspect, the Department of Education (MOE) plans to provide parents with toolkits as well …

The writer is a Labor member of the House of Lords Special Committee on Youth Unemployment, which Skills report for each young person was released last week. Lord Clarke, another member, also contributed to this article. Skills reform is in the air again. The Government Skills Bill is currently under consideration in the House of …

CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Education isn’t just in the classroom, and it’s not just about being smart with books. These are basic life skills – having a conversation and having good manners. They can make all the difference in finding you a job one day. So MeckEd teaches children etiquette. The nonprofit has given the …

In Netflix’s hit “Squid Game,” there is a line that resonates with most South Koreans: while boasting about being smart and capable, self-proclaimed silver-tongued Mi-nyeo says, “I am totally smart. I just never studied. The line stems from the widespread belief – not just here but in many other parts of the world – that …

Do you have all your axes, children? Elite Rodean Girls’ School Begins Teaching Students Outdoor Survival Bushcraft Skills Pupils at Brighton School will learn to use and chop and carve wood The pilot project for 11-12 year olds hopes to relearn the love of the outdoors The girls will also learn to predict the weather …

25 November 2021 BY JONATHAN SIBONA The PNG Basketball Federation celebrated International Children’s Day last Sunday (November 20).BFPNG recognizes that children are the future of the nation. Federation President Karo Lelai said through the Hoops for Health (H4H) programs, BFPNG seeks to provide children with a stimulating and conducive environment for learning life skills such …