Saturday, October 5, 2013

The Importance of Teachers in Sustainable Development

Effective sustainable development requires understanding a range of vital ways to conserve, preserve, and responsibly use earth's resources. Formal and informal alike, teachers across all education levels play critical roles in promoting awareness and preparing students for careers in related fields. In order to solve the problems caused by irresponsibility, we must remember that teachers are so important - and here's why.

Early Childhood Teachers
Early childhood educators begin a student's journey of sustainable development by creating an awareness of family and nature. Lessons might include activities like drawing a family tree to see how we're all connected. Another lesson could be a trip to a state park, or around the campus to observe and name plants and animals. Parents can and should teach their children to make connections between what we do and how it affects our environment. Recycling and cleaning an area of a community with others are familiar causes that help them learn how we also sustain each other.

Monday, June 10, 2013

Hezbollah Armoury: Lebanese Sue FG For N50billion

Four Lebanese including the co-owner of Amigo supermarket, Mustapha Fawaz, who were arrested over the cache of arms uncovered in Kano state have filed a suit before the Federal High Court, Abuja for unlawful arrest and detention without trial.

Friday, June 7, 2013

Usain Bolt beaten by Justin Gatlin in 100m in Rome

US sprinter Justin Gatlin beat six-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt in the men's 100 metres race at the Rome Golden Gala, Diamond League, which took place yesterday. Justin beat Usain by one-hundredth of a second, that's like 1% of a second. Justin actually had to dip his head over the line to win in 9.94 seconds. Usain came in 9.95.

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Building a Blog: What it Takes by TJ Philpott

Building a blog that not only attracts people but keeps them coming back has everything to do with how you deliver your content. When visitors land on your platform they expect to find interesting and unique content consistent with the theme you promote. They also expect an occasional 'sparkle' of thought provoking insight or perspective casting new light on various but otherwise familiar topics. Most popular blogs seem to excel at this and at a closer glance it seems that this is more an acquired skill than a natural born talent. Remember your blogging platform is simply the 'pulpit' you are using to deliver messages, updates or maintain dialogue on subject matter of interest to both you and your readers. Doing this consistently is the core to the success of any of the most popular blogs you may find regardless of their niche!