Blackwater COVID-19 death remains a mystery to health authorities | ABC News

Health authorities are still no closer to learning how Australia’s youngest coronavirus-related fatality first caught the illness. Close contacts of the 30-year-old victim from Blackwater have all tested negative, as attention turns to a Rockhampton nurse who travelLed to the community – against health rules – while symptomatic. Read more here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2020-05-28/coronavirus-deaths-blackwater-man-rockhampton-nurse-restrictions/12291484 For more from … Read more Blackwater COVID-19 death remains a mystery to health authorities | ABC News

Michelle Collins on Supporting Actors With Stars Such as Ian Mckellen | Good Morning Britain

Subscribe now for more! http://bit.ly/1NbomQa With the entertainment industry grinding to a halt due to the pandemic, Michelle Collins has launched her new campaign, For The Love of Arts, which aims to support non-working actors. She’s enlisted the help of many famous faces to record monologues, but she tells us why her friend Sir Ian … Read more Michelle Collins on Supporting Actors With Stars Such as Ian Mckellen | Good Morning Britain

Assignment Asia: How COVID-19 has transformed classrooms

Remarkably, very few kids worldwide have actually been infected with COVID-19. Still, the outbreak has taken its toll on children of all ages. Some have had to stay home for several weeks, unable to visit parks, or play with their friends. It has taken a mental toll on many. It’s also come at the cost … Read more Assignment Asia: How COVID-19 has transformed classrooms

Hospitals learning how to defeat coronavirus as they go | ITV News

There have been some steep learning curves in hospitals for NHS staff dealing with coronavirus. In some hospitals, they are using their new knowledge to prepare for a possible second wave of infection. Experienced medics had to learn about a novel virus while patients were on life support in front of them. Monklands Hospital intensive … Read more Hospitals learning how to defeat coronavirus as they go | ITV News

Beethoven, Quarantined

During the pandemic lockdown, MIT music professor Evan Ziporyn transformed his orchestra class into a remote, online learning experience at lightning speed. Absent the essentials of a space with good acoustics, access to instruments — and the physical presence of other musicians — Ziporyn and 40 undergraduates, now scattered across several countries, found new ways … Read more Beethoven, Quarantined

Free COVID-19 online courses on OpenWHO

Dr Maria Van Kerkhove, WHO’s technical lead for COVID-19, presents the free online courses available on OpenWHO.org to support the response to the coronavirus disease pandemic. The platform’s COVID-19 trainings are hosted on 2 learning channels: one channel for courses in the 6 official UN languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish) and a … Read more Free COVID-19 online courses on OpenWHO

UK PM’s top adviser Dominic Cummings says he ‘doesn’t regret’ breaking corona lockdown | ABC News

Boris Johnson’s most senior adviser has refused to apologise for driving more than 400 kilometres during the UK’s strict coronavirus lockdown to stay at his parents’ property. Dominic Cummings, who is credited with helping deliver the Prime Minister a resounding 2019 election victory, said he believed he had not broken the lockdown rules and acted … Read more UK PM’s top adviser Dominic Cummings says he ‘doesn’t regret’ breaking corona lockdown | ABC News

Nintendo Won’t Fix Joy-Cons During COVID-19 – Inside Gaming Daily

Visit http://expressvpn.com/insidegaming and get an extra three months of ExpressVPN for free! Nintendo has always had notoriously bad problems with Joy-Con drift on their Switch consoles, but the problem’s been taken to new heights. They’ve shut down authorized repair shops – leaving people to try to fix their Switches themselves! Check out our streaming schedule … Read more Nintendo Won’t Fix Joy-Cons During COVID-19 – Inside Gaming Daily

Children returning from remote learning may have fallen far behind peers | ABC News

Remote learning exposed deep divides in resources, with research suggesting some kids will be heading back to their school as much as three weeks behind. With students starting to return to classrooms, the Smith Family is warning immediate action needs to be taken to help thousands of vulnerable children. For more from ABC News, click … Read more Children returning from remote learning may have fallen far behind peers | ABC News

Remote learning burden still weighing on disadvantaged kids despite return to classroom | ABC News

As students in many states return to face-to-face teaching today, schools are being warned they may have to quickly assess how their most vulnerable students have fared. Australia’s leading educational charity the Smith Family has given the ABC exclusive access to a report that outlines how much of a burden remote learning has been for … Read more Remote learning burden still weighing on disadvantaged kids despite return to classroom | ABC News

Bronx communities deal with stress of life on hold | WNT

Mothers shared their thoughts on remote learning and the uncertainty of summer as a nonprofit attempts to fill in the gaps for families desperately in need. WATCH THE FULL EPISODE OF ‘WORLD NEWS TONIGHT’: https://bit.ly/3e5O8qE WATCH OTHER FULL EPISODES OF WORLD NEWS TONIGHT: http://abc.go.com/shows/world-news-tonight WATCH WORLD NEWS TONIGHT ON HULU: https://hulu.tv/33iKepm #WorldNewsTonight #PandemicANationDivided #COVID19

#ALittleLight from Kim Fields | #ALittleLight | Oprah Winfrey Network

How have you been expressing your creativity during the coronavirus lockdown? In this short clip, actress Kim Fields says she’s recently picked up a new hobby! Watch as Kim describes the positive affect learning to paint has had on her and her family, especially her youngest son. Find OWN on TV at http://www.oprah.com/FindOWN #OWNTV #ALittleLight … Read more #ALittleLight from Kim Fields | #ALittleLight | Oprah Winfrey Network

What future for universities? Coronavirus upends higher learning

#Cambridge University’s decision to shift all its face-to-face #learning #online for a year in response to Covid-19 has shaken the basic assumptions about higher education to their core. While students will still be in dormitories and small class tutorials, it raises questions about the ‘virtual’ future of tertiary education. What will online learning be like? … Read more What future for universities? Coronavirus upends higher learning

Coronavirus UK: Scotland’s COVID-19 lockdown to be eased next week

People in Scotland will be allowed to meet members of other households outdoors from 28 May as garden centres and some sports venues prepare to reopen. First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said schools will reopen from 11 August with a ‘blended model’ that combines home-based learning with teaching in the classroom. Outdoor cafes, recycling centres and … Read more Coronavirus UK: Scotland’s COVID-19 lockdown to be eased next week

Coronavirus : time to redefine education

#covonavirus #learning #online “#Universities everywhere are very challenged by what is going on. But there is also an opportunity here to redefine, recreate and reinvent. In France they have far lesser smaller #seminars and far more of the big #lectures. The biggest experiment will be in the US because already we have seen a lot … Read more Coronavirus : time to redefine education