TIME: The science of learning is a relatively new discipline born of an agglomeration of fields: cognitive science, psychology, philosophy, neuroscience. As with anything to do with our idiosyncratic and unpredictable species, there is still a lot of art, especially in teaching. But the science of learning can offer some surprising new perspectives.…Beliefs can make us smarter. This is an offshoot of #1. Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck distinguishes two types of mindsets: the fixed mindset, or the belief that ability is fixed and unchanging, and the growth mindset, or the belief that abilities can be developed through learning and practice.These beliefs matter because they influence how think about our own abilities, how we perceive the world around us, and how we act when faced with a challenge. The psychologist David Yeager, also of Stanford, notes that our mindset effectively creates the “psychological world” in which we live. Our beliefs, whether they’re oriented around limits or around growth, constitute one of these internal situations that either suppresses or evokes intelligence.Read the whole story: TIME More of our Members in the Media >
TOP PHOTO: Refurbishment work continues at the Campbell County Animal Shelter.JACKSBORO, TN (WLAF) – The Adrion W. Baird Animal Shelter (above) is currently accepting animals in emergency situations only, according to shelter director Patricia Siwinski. This includes bite dogs and surrenders. The shelter kennels have been taken out of the building due to the epoxy coating that had to be put down on the floor and walls and there is “literally nowhere to put the animals.” According to Siwinski, the building has been “taken apart” leaving no where for animals to be kept. She said citizens can call Claiborne and Union County shelters to see if they have room for animals to be taken there, but that it would depend upon availability of room and whether or not the shelter would accept an animal.Kennel cages have been removed from the shelter, leaving no where for animals to be kept. Currently the Campbell County shelter has five cats and three bite dogs in its care. The bite dogs are being housed in wire crates, which is “unsafe and a risk to shelter staff,” according to Siwinski. The other 163 animals had to be fostered out or boarded when construction on the epoxy coating began. The shelter building is owned by the county and is leased by the Friends of Campbell County Animals, (FCCA). The animals were supposed to be out of foster care and the shelter up and running by now, but the epoxy coating that was administered did not adhere properly, placing the project back at square one.This photo shows the failing of the epoxy coating that was sprayed on the kennel walls and floor. According to Siwinski, the original project was only supposed to take a month or less, and it’s now going on three months. Siwinski said the county has been operating like a county without a shelter, using fostering and boarding for animals. “I’m out of foster homes and my hands are tied. I’m not sure what to do,” she said.Siwinski said she found out Monday that county commissioners planned to bid the project out this time and that a pre-bid walk-through would have to take place before the county would make a decision on awarding the bid, and she had no idea how long that process would take. She said she had begged commissioners repeatedly to get the shelter fixed so it could reopen. “We’re at the mercy of the county commissioners; I have no way of knowing when this is going to get better. I have no where to put any animals, and I am out of foster homes,” Siwinski said. She added that she and her staff would continue operating the best they could, but they were out of options until the building was fixed and the kennels usable again. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 03/11/2020-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitter
Gary Clark Jr. performs “This Land” at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP) Alicia Keys performs at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP) Demi Lovato performs “Anyone” at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, in Los Angeles. (Photo by Matt Sayles/Invision/AP) 1 of 3 What was already a chaotic week leading up to the Grammys suddenly took a somber turn with the death of NBA star Kobe Bryant, who was beloved in Los Angeles and especially in the Staples Center, where the awards show took place Sunday. The telecast turned into a tribute to LA’s lost heroes, including Bryant and late rapper Nipsey Hussle. Then 18-year-old Billie Eilish swept with five wins, capping off an incredible breakthrough year. Here are the top moments from the 2020 Grammy Awards:A HARD GOODBYE:“It’s been a hell of a week,” Grammys host Alicia Keys acknowledged early on in the awards show.There was a lot of speculation about the show after the Recording Academy ousted its CEO, less than two weeks before the show. In an onslaught of bad press, Deborah Dugan alleged sexual harassment and claimed the awards show was rigged. Artists like Sean Diddy Combs spoke out about black artists being snubbed by the Recording Academy.But as Lizzo said after winning best pop solo performance, everything she was feeling this week was put in perspective after learning about Bryant’s death in a helicopter crash in California, along with his teenage daughter and seven others.“Your priorities really shift,” Lizzo said.The Grammys were lucky to have Keys as host who gave honest, heartfelt and uplifting messages throughout the night and sang a last-minute tribute to Bryant with Boyz II Men on “It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye to Yesterday” under Bryant’s jersey numbers illuminated in the arena.Throughout the night, artists included Bryant’s jersey or his playing number in their performances or mentioned his passing. When there was so much divisiveness heading into the awards show, the artistic community came together in loss.HUSSLE’S POSTHUMOUS WINSLos Angeles was really grieving Sunday night for its fallen heroes, gone too soon and too suddenly. Nipsey Hussle was at the Grammys last year as a nominee before the rapper and activist was killed just months later. This year, Hussle won two posthumous awards and his memory and music was honored in a tribute performance by his collaborators and friends.Meek Mill started with a rap about his reminiscences about his friend. John Legend, behind the piano, sang “Higher” with DJ Khaled surrounded by a chorus of singers and dancers in white and gold. Gospel artist Kirk Franklin showed up to whip the gospel choir into a frenzy toward the end. The performance ended with two arena-sized photos of Hussle and Bryant, two titans of the community that meant so much to so many.Later in the broadcast, Legend hoisted a trophy in Hussle’s name, surrounded by Hussle’s family on stage as he and DJ Khaled accepted for best rap/sung performance for “Higher.”“We’ve seen so much tragedy today and last year, but let’s love each other and love our families,” said Legend.BILLIE SWEEPSGoing into the awards show, three first-time nominees, Lizzo, Billie Eilish and Lil Nas X, dominated the year in music, but 18-year-old Eilish swept with five wins including album, song and record of the year, as well as new artist of the year.Her bass heavy, gothic pop album — “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” — was created in her bedroom with her brother, Finneas O’Connell. He walked away with six awards as her producer and co-writer. She wowed fans with her live performances, created a unique style of sporty baggy clothes with loud colors and sung with all the angst of an army of teenagers.“This was my first Grammys and I never thought this would ever happen and I grew up watching them,” said Eilish, after winning song of the year for “Bad Guy.”“This is to all the kids making music in their bedroom today: You’re gonna get one of these,” added O’Connell.As each time her name got called to accept an award, she seemed more and more shocked by the recognition. Her last speech was likely one of the shortest in Grammy history: “Thank you, bye.”SEOUL TOWN ROADJust when you thought Lil Nas X had exhausted the never-ending jingle of “Old Town Road,” with its remixes and endless renditions, the Grammys ratcheted it up another level with a spinning stage of guest vocalists, adding what felt like another three verses.The set felt like a fever dream of the young Atlanta rapper whose song captivated everyone’s attention and brought together the surreal worlds of international Korean pop group BTS, YouTube yodeler Mason Ramsey, electronic wizard Diplo and aging country star Billy Ray Cyrus. But the kicker of the performance was his namesake, rapper Nas, surprising everyone with one more collaboration.Now maybe this song, which won two Grammys, can finally be retired for a bit.THE WATER WORKSIf fans weren’t crying at the beginning of the show, they likely found a moment or two by the end of the show that struck at the heart.Adding to the drama and sadness of the night, Demi Lovato broke down in tears on the Grammy stage singing a song she had written just days before her near fatal overdose in 2018.Lovato, in a large white Christian Siriano gown, had to start the performance again after faltering slightly, but finished strongly with just a piano to accompany her. She had the crowd on their feet in a true comeback moment for the 27-year-old singer who has been honest and open about her struggles with addiction.In another performance, Camila Cabello’s father was the one shedding tears as she serenaded him with an ode to her papa, “First Man.” Some others in the audience, including Gwen Stefani, shared in the emotion of the song.Tyler, the Creator’s mom also deserves a shout-out for being adorably weepy when he won for best rap album for “Igor.”FIRESTARTERSBoy, did the Grammys need performances like Tyler, the Creator and Gary Clark Jr. to add some excitement and energy to an overly subdued show.Tyler, the Creator brought in Boyz II Men and Charlie Wilson for a fiery performance of “Earfquake” and then brought out his clones for “New Magic Wand” that had the cameras shaking before he dropped mysteriously off the back of the stage, which appeared to be on fire.Clark, who won three Grammys in both the blues and rock categories, is a workhorse for Grammy performances, often being called in to collaborate on the stage, but this time he ripped through his song “This Land,” a seething indictment of modern day racism.
Shatford will start his post-secondary pathway in the Millwright/Machinist Program on Nelson’s Silver King Campus and then plans to enrol in the School of Business Administration for his second year at Selkirk College.“I hope to help the Saints get the BCIHL Championship back,” says Shatford. “I play a high energy, physical game and love to win. I can’t wait to suit up for the Saints this season and next.”Last season, Freed played in the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League (GMHL) for the Temiscaming Titans where he led his team in scoring with 44 goals and 56 assists in only 35 games.“Rylan is a player that we feel has an exceptional upside, he brings more than 180 games of junior A experience and with that a deep knowledge of what it takes to succeed,” says Heaven. “We expect Rylan to be able to help bolster the Saints offense, while increasing the level of compete within our group.”Freed will be begin his post-secondary in the School of Business Administration on the Castlegar Campus.“The reason I chose Selkirk College was mainly because the college was very welcoming, they were understanding with the program I was interested in taking and were interested in helping me with my future,” says Freed, who plays centre. “On the ice, I look forward to bringing some speed and offense along with a good two-way game because everything starts from your defensive zone.”The Saints made it to the BCIHL championship series this past spring, but were defeated by the Trinity Western University Spartans. Winners of four championships in a row between 2013 and 2016, the team is looking to return the provincial title to the West Kootenay this coming season. The Saints training camp starts in September. The Selkirk College Saints will welcome a pair of proven offensive threats when the British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) season begins in September.With the departure of offensive powerhouse Dallas Calvin, a priority on head coach Brent Heaven’s off-season to-do list is to find players to help fill the gap for the 2018-2019 season. The Saints’ coach will be looking to Nova Scotia native Josh Shatford and Saskatchewan native Rylan Freed to help carry the offensive weight in the upcoming season.“Josh is a highly skilled player with over 250 games of experience between junior A and the major junior level,” says Heaven. “He plays with an edge and has a strong hockey IQ, which helps his offensive flare. We feel that he will be able to step in and contribute at both ends of the ice immediately for the Saints.”Last season, Shatford played in the Sask West Hockey League (SWHL) where he scored 26 goals in 19 games, added 21 assists and compiled 95 penalty minutes.“I chose Selkirk College because I heard great things from guys who have played there,” says Shatford, who also spent time in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). “Selkirk College has a great and storied hockey program, and can offer me the training I was looking for in an awesome environment.”
Stand Tickets are now sold out. All supporters travelling to the game are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance, Tickets on sale through the Supervalu and Centra outlets. Tickets will also be on sale outside the stadium from 5pm when the gates open.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email A place in the Connacht Football Championship final is up for grabs this evening. Galway take on old rivals Mayo at McHale Park at 7pm with LIVE Commentary this evening from Ollie Turner & Frank Morris.
The fixtures for the new league of Ireland season have been unveiled this afternoon. Fri. 13 April Galway United v Wexford Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmFri. 20 April Shelbourne v Galway United Tolka Park 7.45 pmFri. 27 April Galway United v Cobh Ramblers Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmFri. 4 May Athlone Town v Galway United Athlone Town Stadium 7.45 pmMONDAY/TUESDAY, 7/8 MAY – EA SPORTS CUP QUARTER-FINALS Fri. 11 May Galway United v U.C.D. Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmFri. 18 May Cabinteely v Galway United Stradbrook 7.45 pmFri. 25 May Galway United v Drogheda United Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmSat. 2 June Longford Town v Galway United City Calling Stadium 7.30 pmFri. 8 June Galway United v Finn Harps Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmFri. 15 June Wexford v Galway United Ferrycarrig Park 8.00 pmMID-SEASON BREAK – SATURDAY 16 JUNE – THURSDAY 28 JUNE – NO FIXTURESFri. 29 June Galway United v Shelbourne Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmFri. 6 July Galway United v Athlone Town Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmSat. 14 July Cobh Ramblers v Galway United St. Colman’s Park 7.45 pmFri. 20 July U.C.D. v Galway United The UCD Bowl 7.45 pmFri. 27 July Galway United v Cabinteely Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmFri. 3 August Drogheda United v Galway United United Park 7.45 pmFri. 3 August Shelbourne v Cobh Ramblers Tolka Park 7.45 pmFri. 3 August U.C.D. v Cabinteely The UCD Bowl 7.45 pmFri. 3 August Finn Harps v Wexford Finn Park 8.00 pmSat. 4 August Longford Town v Athlone Town City Calling Stadium 7.30 pmMONDAY 5 AUGUST – EA SPORTS CUP SEMI-FINALSWEEKEND ENDING SUNDAY 12 AUGUST – IRISH DAILY MAIL FAI CUP FIRST ROUNDFri. 17 August Galway United v Longford Town Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmWEEKEND ENDING SUNDAY 26 AUGUST – IRISH DAILY MAIL FAI CUP SECOND ROUNDFri. 31 August Finn Harps v Galway United Finn Park 8.00 pmWEEKEND ENDING SUNDAY 9 SEPTEMBER – IRISH DAILY MAIL FAI CUP QUARTER-FINALSFri. 14 September Galway United v Wexford Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmSATURDAY 15 SEPTEMBER – EA SPORTS CUP FINAL Sat. 22 September Shelbourne v Galway United Tolka Park 7.45 pmWEEKEND ENDING SUNDAY 30 SEPTEMBER – IRISH DAILY MAIL FAI CUP SEMI-FINALSFIRST DIVISION PROMOTION/RELEGATION PLAY-OFF SERIESFri. 5 October 4th placed First Division club v 3rd placed First Division clubMon. 8 October 3rd placed First Division club v 4th placed First Division clubFri. 12 October Winner of 4th v 3rd Play-off v 2nd placed First Division clubFri. 19 October 2nd placed First Division club v Winner of 4th v 3rd Play-offPROMOTION/RELEGATION PLAY-OFF FINALMon. 29 October Winner of First Division Play-off series v 9th placed Premier Division clubFri. 2 November 9th placed Premier Division club v Winner of First Division Play-off series(Or Wed. 7 November if one or both of the Clubs qualify for the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup Final)SUNDAY 4 NOVEMBER – IRISH DAILY MAIL FAI CUP FINAL – AVIVA STADIUM Galway United will be at home for their first game of the season on Friday the 23rd of February when Athlone Town will visit Eamon Deacy Park followed by two away games to Cobh Ramblers and UCD. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Fri. 30 March Galway United v Longford Town Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmMONDAY 2 APRIL – EA SPORTS CUP SECOND ROUND Fri. 6 April Finn Harps v Galway United Finn Park 8.00 pm United’s Fixtures in Full are….Fri. 23 February Galway United v Athlone Town Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmSat. 3 March Cobh Ramblers v Galway United St. Colman’s Park 7.45 pmMONDAY 5 MARCH – EA SPORTS CUP FIRST ROUND Fri. 9 March U.C.D. v Galway United The UCD Bowl 7.45 pmFri. 16 March Galway United v Cabinteely Eamonn Deacy Park 7.45 pmFri. 23 March Drogheda United v Galway United United Park 7.45 pm
Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tap essays are a great way to read. The writer controls the rhythm, but the reader controls the tempo. It works especially well with the subject matter Sloan has chosen. “Fish” considers how we respond to the unstoppable streams of stuff to see on the Web. The tap essay allows us to pause and think, but there’s no going back. Tags:#web#Web Culture I’m not giving away any more of “Fish.” Sloan refers to a bunch of other great works in the essay, but he doesn’t give those away, either. You have to tap to the end, get the secret password and type it into his website. You should go to robinsloan.com/fish, download this essay and tap it for a few minutes. I bet we’ll all come back to it again and again.You should also read Robin Sloan’s story, “Mr. Penumbra’s 24-Hour Bookstore”. It’s special. “Fish” lets you tweet out the really big lines. When you do that, amazing eddies of conversation happen, because you’re injecting great reminders of realness right into the Twitter vein. Here’s what happened as I read “Fish” for the first time: Robin Sloan made up a new kind of story called a tap essay. It’s a story in an iPhone app that you push along by tapping it. You read at your own pace. His first tap essay, “Fish,” is available for free today.It’s about the good flood of things to read and watch on the Internet. It’s also about the difference between liking and loving. Best of all, it’s a reminder to slow down and look very carefully at things, even when they’re gnarly. Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Related Posts 8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… jon mitchell
42 teams from across Queensland will compete in the 2015 Queensland Touch Football State Championships this weekend. Teams from Queensland’s six regions will converge on Dolphin Oval, Redcliffe for the two day event, which starts on Saturday, 24 October. Teams will compete across eight divisions at the event – Men’s Open, Women’s Open, Mixed Open, Men’s 20’s, Women’s 20’s, Women’s 35’s, Men’s 40’s and Men’s 50’s. Games commence at 8.00am on Saturday morning, with finals commencing from 12.35pm on Sunday. 2014 Queensland State Championships winnersMen’s OpenSouth Queensland 8 defeated North Queensland 6Women’s OpenSunshine Coast 7 defeated Brisbane City 2Mixed OpenBrisbane City 13 defeated Central Queensland 12Men’s 20’sNorth Queensland 8 defeated Central Queensland 5Women’s 20’sBrisbane City 6 defeated Sunshine Coast 4Women’s 27’sBrisbane City 4 defeated North Queensland 2Men’s 30’sNorth Queensland 9 defeated Brisbane City 5Women’s 35’sCentral Queensland 8 defeated South West Queensland 3Men’s 40’sSouth Queensland 8 defeated Central Queensland 3Women’s 40’sBrisbane City 4 defeated South Queensland 3Men’s 45’sSouth Queensland 7 defeated South West Queensland 6Men’s 50’sSunshine Coast 3 defeated Brisbane 2Men’s 55’sNorth Queensland 6 defeated Sunshine Coast 4Regional Champions – Brisbane City Keep up-to-date with all of the latest news and information from the 2014 Queensland State Championships in the following ways:Website – www.qldtouch.com.auFacebook – www.facebook.com/QldTouchTwitter – www.twitter.com/QueenslandTouchInstagram – www.instagram.com/QldTouchRelated LinksQLD State Champs
Barcelona ace Dembele scoffs at claims of paying pal €15,000-a-monthby Carlos Volcano10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveBarcelona ace Ousmane Dembele has scoffed at claims he is paying a friend to make sure he does things on time.Dembele continues to upset management and senior players with his poor timekeeping.And Radio Marca reported that Dembele is paying one of his entourage €15,000-a-month to keep him on the straight and narrow.However, Dembele has denied the story with a reaction on Twitter with several disparaging emojis.https://t.co/LP7RBIAFNp— Ousmane Dembélé (@Dembouz) December 19, 2018 About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say
APTN NewsTwo pieces of legislation dealing with First Nations, Inuit and Metis peoples were passed by the House of Commons and Senate Thursday meaning they will become law in the coming days.Bill C-92, the law the Trudeau government says will give control of child welfare to communities, and Bill C-91, the Indigenous languages Act, were passed late in the afternoon.Both laws had critics who said they contained flaws and should not be passed.NDP-MP Romeo Saganash’s UNDRIP bill, C-262, would ensure federal laws are brought in line with the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. But the government’s representative in the Senate, Peter Harder, announced Wednesday he did not see a path forward for the bill and the Trudeau government would campaign on fulfilling the intent of the bill.The House of Commons has risen for the summer, following a flurry of legislating that rushed numerous significant bills into law before the break. But other potential laws remained mired in the legislative process as of late Thursday, awaiting action in the Senate – or a possible special summer session centred on ratification of the new North American free trade deal.Some of the high-profile bills that reached final votes after the beginning of last week and now just await royal assent:Bill C-48, the Oil Tanker Moratorium Act, a much-debated bill that would ban oil tankers from a portion of the British Columbia coast. Its journey through parliament has been marked by a committee report that recommended it not pass, the defeat of that report and the House’s rejection of some Senate amendments. Following the adjournment of the House and much debate, the Senate chose not to pursue further changes and passed it Thursday evening.Bill C-93, which will allow expedited pardons for Canadians who were convicted of simple possession of cannabis before legalization came into effect. The bill passed in the Senate Wednesday, without amendment.Bill C-59, a bill to establish a national-security review agency, create an “intelligence commissioner” to oversee the conduct of Canada’s spy agencies, and clarify the mandate and powers of the Communications Security Establishment (the government cybersecurity agency). The bill was amended by the Senate but several of those changes were rejected by the House, and the Senate voted Tuesday not to insist on its recommendations.Bill C-75, which will “hybridize” a series of offences so that they can now be prosecuted as either indictable or less-serious summary charges, and establish peremptory challenges of jurors. The bill was passed through the Senate with amendments, the House chose not to accept several of those, and the Senate Thursday decided not to insist on the remaining changes.Bill C-84, a long-awaited bill that expands the definition of bestiality to any sexual contact with an animal. Those convicted of bestiality will now be registered as sex offenders and banned from owning animals. It also widens the definition of animal fighting so that it applies to the construction of any arena for that purpose. It passed without amendment Tuesday.At the time the House adjourned for the summer Thursday, several bills still required further consideration in the upper chamber, which continued sitting. Among them were several controversial and consequential bills:Bill C-69, also fiercely criticized by the Conservatives, is the second of the government’s two major environmental bills, and would create a new environmental-impact assessment process for major projects in Canada. The House rejected a majority of the Senate’s amendments. It was due for a vote late Thursday.Bills C-98, which gives a review commission powers to review the Canada Border Services Agency, was accelerated through the House Wednesday, when it was read a third time and passed in one swift motion.Bill C-83, which aims to eliminate the use of solitary confinement in Canadian prisons. The House rejected several key amendments proposed by the Senate, which some have said are needed to make the bill constitutional.Bill C-97, a sprawling budget-implementation bill which includes changes to Canada’s refugee system, support for news journalism, and introduces the Canada Training Credit.And then there’s the one bill that could affect all the others:Bill C-100, the government’s bill to ratify the new NAFTA agreement among Canada, the United States and Mexico. It has only been introduced and read for the first time in the House of Commons, but might move quickly through Parliament before the election should the United States complete its own ratification of the deal in Congress. If Parliament returns for that bill, the Commons and the Senate could also take up others at the same [email protected]@aptnnews-with files from the Canadian Press