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Killexams : CyberArk CyberArk learner - BingNews Search results Killexams : CyberArk CyberArk learner - BingNews Killexams : 5 learner-centered education models to inspire reform

School models are, for the most part, outdated–and very overdue for replacement. When students reach high school, research shows that close to 66 percent of students are disengaged. But even students who do successfully navigate their schooling emerge with only a specific (and often narrow) skillset that may or may not match their strengths or interests.

Conventional schooling often leaves students disillusioned, questioning their intelligence and value as it is framed by a system that needs an overhaul.

Learner-centered education can play a critical role in reshaping education systems, offering a more holistic approach to meeting learners’ needs and helping students find fulfillment in their academic accomplishments.

K-12 Value Networks: The Hidden Forces That Help or Hinder Learner-Centered Education, a new report from the Clayton Christensen Institute and authored by CCI senior research fellow Thomas Arnett, offers insight into understanding why schools struggle to change their instructional models, along with tips to establish and support learner-centered education models.

Program leaders, sponsors, learners and their families, staff, community partners, and funders are all critical to the success of these learner-centered education models.

The report describes how five different learner-centered education models–The Met, Virtual Learning Academy Charter School, Iowa BIG, Village High School, and Embark Education–were able to launch and grow their models by assembling value networks congruent with their vision for learner-centered education.

1. The Met: The Metropolitan Regional Career and Technical Center, known as The Met, is a network of six small, public high schools located in Providence and Newport, Rhode Island. The hallmark of The Met’s learner-centered model is that its learners go out in their communities for two days out of the week to lead real-world projects as interns for partner organizations. For example, learners might work with a local bakery, a law firm, a tech company, or a recording studio.

When learners join the Met, they and their families work with an advisor to identify their strengths, needs, and interests, and then develop an individualized learning plan with an internship as its centerpiece. Learners are responsible for researching potential internship opportunities and communicating with partner sites to arrange their internships. Advisors coach them as they do their research and outreach to ensure that internships match their needs and interests.

2. Virtual Learning Academy Charter School: The Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS) is a statewide virtual school created in 2007 that serves K–12 learners throughout New Hampshire. The concept for the school came from the superintendent of the Exeter Region Cooperative School District, who saw an opportunity to take advantage of a new charter school law to apply for a statewide charter. Rather than create another conventional school, however, the superintendent recognized the distinctive value of using a virtual school model to offer a wide array of flexible, part-time and full-time learning options unavailable through brick-and-mortar campuses.

VLACS’s competency-based model is highly adaptable to learners’ needs and interests. It offers a range of options for learners to earn credits: through online courses, learner-designed projects, and out-of-school learning experiences such as internships and travel. Learners who take online courses move through those courses at their own pace and earn credit whenever they’re able to demonstrate mastery of designated competencies. For projects and other learning experiences, VLACS aligns these experiences with state learning standards and then measures learners’ mastery of standards using performance-based assessments.

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Killexams : Applying For Your Learner Licence In Australia: Everything You Need To Know

When can I apply for my Ls?

In Victoria, you must be 16 years or older to obtain a learner permit, granted that you also meet the eligibility requirements. This includes having a Victorian residential address; being medically fit to drive; not being currently subject to a Fines Victoria license sanction; and having passed all of the appropriate tests.

How do I apply for my learner permit?

Once you’ve confirmed your eligibility, which can be completed online at VicRoads, you can then take the learners permit online or in-person.

The Learner Permit Test Online is an interactive 4-6 hour online course which teaches you the knowledge required to pass the test. As of 15 August 2022, a Victorian’s first attempt to take the online test is free. After the first attempt, the online test costs $25.40.

To take the test in person, you will need to book an appointment at a VicRoads branch.  The appointment costs $19.60, while the test costs $25.4o (total of $45 for each attempt).

How much does a learner permit cost?

Once you’ve passed the test to obtain a learners permit, you still need to purchase the license in order to officially get behind a wheel as a learner driver. In Victoria, a new learner permit (whether for car or motorcycle) is usually $26.

However, as of August 15, 2022, this permit issue fee is being waived for new drivers under the Victorian government’s Motorist Package and Safe Driver Discount.

What are the restrictions when driving on your Ls?

Your learner permit is the first step in obtaining your full driver’s licence, and it comes with certain rules and restrictions.

Along with all road laws and rules, you will also need to:

  • Carry your learner permit with you whenever you are driving;
  • Have a supervised driver with you, who must have a full and current license;
  • Make sure your L plates are visible from at least 20 metres away on both the front and back of your vehicle;
  • Have a zero Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) level at all times when driving
  • Not tow a trailer, caravan or another vehicle.

What is the speed limit for learner drivers?

In Victoria, there is no set speed limit when driving on your Ls. Instead, you must always drive within the designated speed limit for the area you are in.

Can I have passengers when driving on my Ls?

VicRoads recommends learner drivers only have their supervised driver with them while driving; however, it is not illegal to have additional passengers on your Ls as long as they do not cause any distractions.

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Killexams : Veteran NY police sergeant just nine months off retirement is killed after learner driver, 16, in powerful BMW M5 slammed into his cruiser three weeks after getting permit

Veteran NY police sergeant just nine months off retirement is killed after learner driver, 16, in powerful BMW M5 slammed into his cruiser three weeks after getting permit

  • A 53-year-old police veteran was killed by a 16-year-old in a BMW in Yonkers, NY
  • The boy was driving a BMW M5 and had only had his permit for three weeks
  • Sgt. Frank Gualdino was on-duty in a patrol car when he was hit on Thursday
  • The boy was taken to hospital where he was being treated with critical injuries
  • He left behind a wife, a son aged 14 and a daughter aged 20 

A veteran New York police sergeant who was nine months from retirement was killed when a 16-year-old, who had received his permit just three weeks prior, hit him in a BMW M5.

Married father of two Sergeant Frank Gualdino, 53, was struck in his patrol car in Yonkers on December 1 when the boy lost control and slid into an oncoming lane.

Guadlino, a 24-year veteran, was on-duty and driving an unmarked 2012 Chevrolet Impala during the horror smash.

Since the BMW driver was a minor his identity has not been released.

He was in critical condition with extensive blunt force injuries after the crash and taken to Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx along with Gualdino, who later died.

Gualdino has left behind his wife, 14-year-old son and 20-year-old daughter.

Dashcam video from a car traveling in the same direction as the BMW showed it lose traction and spin into oncoming traffic.

Sergeant Frank Gualdino (pictured), 53, who was a married father of two, was struck in his patrol car in Yonkers on December 1 when the boy lost control of the BMW and slid into the oncoming lane

A dashcam video filmed from a car traveling in the same direction as the BMW showed it lose traction and spin into oncoming traffic

Police Commissioner Christopher Sapienza described Gualdino, who was due to retire in August, as a 'cop's cop'.

'Frank was a great guy. He was a personal friend, he was an asset to this job, he was a credit to this job and he was a credit to the community,' Sapienza said at a press conference on Friday morning, local newspaper The Journal News reported. 

'This is a tragic, tragic loss for us,' he added. Mayor Mike Spano also voiced commiserations, Fox 5 reported

'Our hearts are heavy as the City of Yonkers has experienced an insurmountable loss. Sgt. Frank Gualdino was a cop's cop and the epitome of Yonkers Finest,' he said.

'Yonkers is a close, tight-knit community, and when we lose one member of our law enforcement community, we all feel a sense of grief,' Spano added.

'Frank was someone we all know and loved.' The BMW also collided with a Westchester County bus.

The bus driver and some of the passengers were treated for smaller injuries at the scene.

The 24 year veteran of Yonkers police Guadlino was on-duty and driving an unmarked 2012 Chevrolet Impala when the crash happened on Thursday evening

The BMW also collided with a Westchester County bus. The bus driver and some of the passengers were treated for smaller injuries at the scene

'Our hearts are heavy as the City of Yonkers has experienced an insurmountable loss. Sgt. Frank Gualdino was a cop's cop and the epitome of Yonkers Finest,' said Mayor Mike Spano

Gualdino lived in Mahopac with a wife, a daughter in college and a teenage son. He was promoted to sergeant in 2019 after 21 years of service and became a supervisor in the traffic unit, according the The Journal News.

It reported that back in October Gualdino saved the life of a three-year-old boy who became unconscious at his grandfather's funeral. Gualdino rushed the boy to hospital in his squad car.

The mayor also spoke of the teenage boy and tragedy for his family. 'We were all 16 once. We have teenagers in our families,' he said. 

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Killexams : Over 24,000 schools yet to register learners on portal

More than 24,000 primary and secondary schools across the country have until Friday to register their learners on the Education Management Information System (EMIS) portal or risk losing their licences, the Monitor has learnt.

The registration exercise started in June.

A source at the Education ministry told the Monitor that at least 2,000 secondary schools have yet to register their learners while the Ministry of Education last week listed a total of 22,984 primary schools which did not have EMIS accounts.

Failure to meet the deadline will result in private schools losing their licences, while government-aided ones will have their capitation grant withheld until they register.

“The ministry is expected to release the list of secondary schools which have not yet registered their learners before Friday,” a source said.

The data collected by schools is supposed to serve as the baseline information for learner verification and issuance of National Identification Numbers (NINs) by National Identification and Registration Authority (Nira).

Under the new lower secondary curriculum, head teachers will use the NINs to transmit learner’s school-based assessment scores to Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb). Schools are supposed to transmit the 20 percent assessment marks of their learners to Uneb, which will be part of their final score at the end of O-Level.

Private schools, which are on the verge of losing their licences, have asked the ministry to extend the deadline, saying all teachers and support staff supposed to upload the data broke off for holidays, amid other challenges.

The chairperson of the National Private Education Institutions (NPEI), Mr Hasadu Kirabira, yesterday said the majority of schools have not completed the exercise, adding that if the licences are revoked, it will affect the whole country.

 “Most schools are finding a challenge of using the system because the majority are ICT illiterate. Others have failed to activate their dormant EMIS accounts because they lost their passwords, making it hard for them to upload the data,” Mr Kirabira said.

 He added: “In the spirit of moving forward, ultimatums will not work. Let the ministry postpone this exercise, sensitise schools, especially those in rural areas so that they are also brought on board.”

The registration exercise, which kicked off in June, has seen the Ministry of Education extend the deadline three times.

Wakiso District tops the list of schools without EMIS, with 2,756 schools followed by Kampala (1,090), Mukono (831), Luwero (585), Kasese (462), Isingiro (415), and Gomba 256, among others.

The State minister for Primary Education, Ms Joyce Kaducu, said the ministry may excuse primary schools.

“We first want to put all our energy into secondary schools because schools are going to use the system to transfer the results of their learners to Uganda National Examination Board so if they are not registered on EMIS, they will not have the marks,” Ms Kaducu said.

“Schools should use the remaining days to beat the deadline if they do not want to lose their licences. We are very serious about this registration, especially the secondary schools,” she added.

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Killexams : Language learners take up Ukrainian in show of solidarity - Duolingo

Dec 6 (Reuters) - Language learning app Duolingo Inc (DUOL.O)said on Tuesday over 1.3 million people took up Ukrainian as a language to learn after the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February in a show of solidarity.

The report said people studying Ukrainian in Germany and Poland rose over 1,600% compared to last year.

Russia's invasion of Ukraine plunged Europe into its biggest land war since World War Two, igniting a conflict that has killed thousands, destroyed Ukrainian cities and damaged the global economy.

The company said the growth of Ukrainian learners in the United Kingdom propelled it up 20 places to 17th position in the most popular languages.

Ukrainian was also the fastest-growing in countries far from the conflict such as Argentina, Vietnam and Japan, it said. Ireland topped the list of countries with the largest growth in people studying Ukrainian.

Interest in Ukrainian surged in the first few weeks after tensions began and peaked in late March, but was steady through the rest of the year.

Meanwhile, Ukrainians also sought to learn languages such as German and English as the situation displaced millions.

Reporting by Akash Sriram in Bengaluru

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Killexams : Learners stabbed outside a Claremont school, one arrested

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Killexams : Old students should assist learners – Sanwo-Olu

The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide SanwoOlu, has said old students can influence learners’ lives positively with impactful interventions provided for their alma maters.

Speaking at the commissioning of a 140-bed hall of residence at the Baptist Academy Lagos, Sanwo-Olu added that the project represented a befitting intervention, which alumni associations could use to support their alma maters and provide platforms for academic advancement.

The single-storey dormitory named, ‘Kikelomo Hall’ was donated to the school by Mr Ayodeji Fadoju of 1988 set of the school.

Sanwo-Olu said: “This is one of the ways we can use our resources and talents to better our communities and leave enduring endowment behind.

“I feel highly encouraged to come and identify with this noble cause when I saw the pictures of this beautifully designed edifice. This is a landmark intervention from an old student to boost education access at his alma mater. This is a clear example for every one of us, as interventions such as this can be identified by Old Students’ Associations across our schools to change the lives of students.”

Fadoju said he felt compelled to donate the dormitory to the missionary school because the site on the project was erected had an old bungalow that did not befit the school.

He said the school built a good foundation of academic excellence and moral values in him, noting that the best way to give back was to initiate projects that would benefit students.

“One of the reasons for embarking on this project is not because the donor has excess funds, but because I believe it is only the responsibility of the Government or the mission to look after the generations that will take Nigeria to a better place. I appeal to the school community and beneficiaries of this project to see it as a gift to be nurtured,” Fadoju said.

While expressing the mission’s gratitude to Fadoju and his family for the initiative, the President of the Nigerian Baptist Convention, Rev. Israel Akanji, described the donor as a shining example.

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Killexams : 50,000 UK driving tests a year taken by learners with at least five fails

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try, try, try, try again. That is the motto for tens of thousands of aspiring motorists who are taking their driving tests for the sixth time, according to analysis.

Parents and young drivers who are struggling to find a slot due to the coronavirus pandemic may conclude things are not helped by the more than 50,000 tests taken every year by learners who have already failed at least five times.

Analysis of UK Department for Transport (DfT) figures by the pro-motoring thinktank the RAC Foundation found 50,875 practical tests taken in Britain in the 12 months to the end of March were the candidates’ sixth attempt or more.

Just 40% of the tests were passed at the sixth attempt or more, compared with an average success rate for all tests of 49%, according to the figures shared with PA Media. A DfT fact sheet on driving test numbers shows the more tests you have taken, the more likely you are to fail again.

Tests and lessons were halted during the Covid lockdowns, leading to an estimated 500,000 pupils having their courses disrupted or delayed. In March this year there was an average 14-week waiting time for driving tests, according to a freedom of information request from the RAC.

With a practical driving tests costing between £62 and £75 the total bill for repeated failures could be steep for learners who may also take more lessons to help in the next attempt.

This year has seen learner drivers paying double the going rate for tests on the secondary market, while others are struggling to find an instructor, according to reports.

The analysis comes after a determined father recounted in a Twitter thread how he had driven to the Scottish Highlands with his son after he failed his test this year and could not get one locally until next year – the test in the Highlands was cancelled and his son ended up passing his test in Inverness, he said.

The RAC Foundation’s director, Steve Gooding, believes the backlog of people wanting tests means some people could accept slots “whether they are ready or not, for fear of a long wait if they delay”.

He added: “Of course, one other conclusion to be drawn from the figures is that driving might not be the thing for some people.”

This article was amended on 28 November 2022 to remove a reference to the pass rate being “27% for men and 19% for women”. This applies only to learners with a minimum of five previous failures who are aged 60 and above, not to all learners with a minimum of five previous failures.

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