Do you know your worth in your industry and can you use this knowledge and other insightful research to negotiate salary or set freelance fees.
The world is feeling rough and hard at the moment. To support those that are struggling we are developing and delivering practical sessions to support minority groups out of poverty.
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As technology develops in the aerospace industry, it also spurs on the aviation industry. Modern advancements in aviation are making their way to exciting new sectors, such as air taxis and electric aircraft. And as these technologies grow, those who repair and inspect such aircraft need to be educated and appropriately trained to maintain them. Our new blog is up on our website all about technology!🛠✈️
Today, we’re proud to announce that our product FundRight (India's first online student-loan bidding platform) will now support and offer options for students who wish to pursue their higher education in India!
As a company, we’re driven by our mission to help millions of students make rational and informed decisions about their universities and finances. In this pursuit, we constantly seek to redefine our boundaries and improve our offerings.
Through this launch, we hope to reach out to and support the academic aspirations of millions of Indian students and connect them to their best loan and scholarship options. Do let us know if you have any feedback for us!
At school why were we never taught to care for ourselves?
At my school I was encouraged to attend lunchtime and after school revision sessions everyday. I remember having to go in on a bank holiday and in the middle of half term for classes. It wasn’t even a choice, if you didn’t go you literally got shamed. This happened to me when I was made to stand up for not attending a class out of hours (reason was because I was attending one for another subject). Now I am not saying I didn’t appreciate those teachers giving up their time to help me get the best grades because I wouldn’t have had the same path I have had without them. However, how much stress is that for a 16 year old? I was encouraged to work so hard yet no one said it was okay to take a break. So I have grown up with this mindset. This is something I now have to try and correct on a daily basis- worrying if I’ve done enough/worked enough etc.
Furthermore, having gone to a Catholic school. We were constantly taught the teachings of the Bible. I was constantly taught the importance of being kind to everyone, to show gratitude and forgive others, which is so important and again I am grateful for everything I have been taught but yet why was I not ever told to be kind to myself? And that actually it isn’t selfish to put yourself first every once in a while.
I left school in 2012. I have no idea there has been any improvement in teaching about mental health and well-being but I hope there has been and that it one day be considered a key aspect of the curriculum. If you have children at school now I would love to hear if they are taught much about this or if it’s the same? 💕
We are often convinced that the choices we’ve made for ourselves are the best. Yet, we feel stuck, frustrated, unsatisfied with the jobs we have and the relationships we are in. .
This is because we are unable to discover or create choices for ourselves. When we have several options in front of us, we can pick and choose from them but when we have only a few, we tend to choose what we think is the best for us at that moment.
So ask yourself, are you making the best choice?
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The #mistreatments of #Tutankhamen ’s mummy casts major #doubts on the #physicalevidence many have gathered to support a murder theory for his death. The #circumstances surrounding Tutankhamen’s death are what really hint at his death being a murder. He dies very suddenly just as he is about to come into his kingship, his burial was done in a very small tomb. It was a rushed hasty burial, the funerary rights had to be done in 70 days after death. Kmtian mummification was done in 70 days, all of grave goods, tomb decorations and sarcophagus had to be finished by then. Then there are the suspicious dealings after his death. When he dies he leaves a widow #Ankhesenpaamen , his half-sister who is the last living member of the XVIIIth Dynasty that we know of.
A fantastic part of Aloha is that the kids play together full of energy and fun! You should hear them scream for joy while they're doing their favourite sport and for a moment they forget about all kinds of problems. Let's have fun together! 😄 🏄♂️ ❗️ 🏄♀️
If we say we care then we must educate ourselves. Stay sincere and stay engaged, lift up others thoughts, hearts and minds. Privilege is a responsibility.
Watch, read, listen, learn, lead, teach, involve, evolve.
Try to reach a better understanding in order for real change, and then keep that energy moving forward beyond posting a black square in love and solidarity yesterday. It’s important and vital that it doesn’t stop. Complacency is easy when all the news and trending dies down. It’s a marathon not a sprint.
I understand that it’s a commitment not a one off post, actively continued long term effort and momentum is clearly needed (and I dare say 99% of true actions taken don’t involve social media).
Know more, think deeper, do better.
Stand up against everyday racism (and the kind that’s behind closed doors), if you see it - call that shit out.
Understanding systematic racism and Civil Rights movements is necessary. Allot of challenging and uncomfortable work, regardless of holding the right beliefs already. But every single day it needs to be done. I’ve personally been surrounded and influenced by black people and black culture my entire life. It is everything to me, respectfully, but I realise that love passion and awareness isn’t enough, and it’s not about me at all.
So always, from the bottom of my heart...
Show up and support, reach out. Raise your voice, use your platform. Keep learning and understanding, have honest and thoughtful conversations.
Knowledge is power, so study up.
Reading: ‘Natives’ written by @akalamusic
(Please check out my previous post regarding what I respectfully feel people like myself can do on a fundamental level!)
Reading: ‘White Fragility’ by Robin Diangelo
Watching: ‘13th’ by @ava (@netflixuk)
Watching: ‘When They See Us’ by @ava (@netflix)
Listening to the audiobook: ‘Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race’ by @renieddolodge
Inspired by @georgeashwell’s post and wanted to share a similar sentiment.
In the wake of George Floyd’s death, it is critical to make space for students to process this deeply painful moment. @facinghistory Teaching Idea begins with an important call for teachers to self-reflect before facilitating student conversations and provides guidance on helping students process their emotions with activities like journaling and small group conversations. #reflect#takepostiveaction#justiceforgeorgefloyd 🦋
For #information and #resources visit https://www.facinghistory.org/educator-resources/current-events/reflecting-george-floyds-death-police-violence-towards-black-americans 🦋
The Anti Defamation League @adl_national has compiled lesson plans, curricula and anti-bias resources and strategies to help educators and parents discuss racism, violence, and inequities with their children and youth in school and at home. Some of their resources and tools include: 🦋
Exploring Solutions to Help Address Racial Disparity Concerns (High School, Common Core Standards: Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening). 🦋
Social Justice Poetry (Middle School, Common Core Standards: Reading, Writing, Speaking & Listening, Language). 🦋
Helping Students Make Sense of News Stories About Bias and Injustices (Resource for Educators). 🦋
Empowering Young People in the Aftermath of Hate (Resource for Educators). 🦋
For +resources go to https://www.adl.org/education/resources/tools-and-strategies/teaching-about-racism-violence-inequity-and-the-criminal
Empower K-12 students to become changemakers and make a positive difference in the world in this free webinar with Dr. Paul Rogers of Ashoka and @sharemylesson. https://sharemylesson.com/teaching-resource/empowering-k-12-students-changemakers. #empowering#students .
In the webinar you will hear stories of problems being solved by the people who live them, and the people who imagine a different future and build it for everyone, for the good of all. You will also explore practical ways to help youth reflect on the skills and attributes needed to be a changemaker through a variety of grade level appropriate activities--including writing (9-12), STEM (Grades 6-8), visual arts (3-5), and interactive read-alouds (K-2) with the goal of helping students develop their own definition of what a changemaker is and to declare that they are changemakers.