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Classroom setup puts new twist on teaching methods

Classroom setup puts new twist on teaching methods

August 31, 2014

SCALE-UP classroom creates a ‘much more realistic’ active learning environment for students and teacher alike. Read More

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Baby Whisperers

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Holding a baby, looking and smiling at her, talking to him, responding quickly when he cries, and other activities build trust.

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A helping hand for Haiti

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In the shadow of a rundown block building in Los Palis, Haiti, children wearing tattered clothes bit into half-ripened mangoes they picked from the ground…

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Strength in numbers

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Taking 10 minutes this month to fill out the U.S. Census form means strengthening your community, said UGA demographer Douglas Bachtel.

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Dinner reservations

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If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat only American-grown food, you should mark apple juice, cauliflower, garlic and limes off your grocery list.

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Healthcare for migrant farm workers

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The Farm Worker Family Health Program is a 15-year old community partnership designed to increase the delivery of healthcare services to migrant farm worker families…

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Virtual visits

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Melinda DeMaria, associate director of undergraduate admissions, had a busy October, but she did not have to worry about flight delays or traffic congestion.

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Local Officials Learn in New Ways

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Customized mobile classes and workshops allow local government leaders to hit the road as they learn the best ways to serve their communities.

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Balancing trade and security

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A godsend to kidney-stone sufferers is a machine called a lithotripter, which focuses sound waves to break the stones into smaller fragments that may then be more easily, and less painfully, passed.

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Fossil finding new life as a landscape tree

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Homeowners may soon be able to own a miniature version of a living fossil thanks to a University of Georgia horticulturist and his research team of high school students.