How Cisco Canada’s I CAN Learn Program is Connecting Students to the Science of Sport, Virtually

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Do sport wheelchairs have breaks?

How long does it take to make a sport wheelchair from design to manufacturing? What do you have to study to become a sports scientist?

And how long have you been training for the upcoming TORONTO 2015 Parapan Am Games?

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How Cisco’s Networking Academy meets High School Students’ Needs

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By: Susan Monachino, OCT, B.Sc., Computer Technology Teacher and Technology Department Head

What critical component is pervasive across all careers, from A (Architect) to Z (Zoologist) and everything in between? What specific knowledge and skills are necessary and valued in virtually every job market?


Computers and all forms of digital devices are now entrenched in society, and the need for skilled resources to setup, maintain, network and troubleshoot these devices, will always exist.

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How We are Moving Towards an Amazing Classroom Experience

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Improving learning outcomes and the experience in the classroom is top of mind for educators. As professionals, we’re also constantly on the lookout for new approaches that will save of time, effort, money, headaches … This is what innovation is about!


To learn more about these innovations I invite you to Connect 2015, taking place May 5-8 in Niagara Falls. Check the delightful Connected Learning Experience at the Cisco booth, and don’t miss what Cisco partners like Compugen (Diamond sponsor of Connect 2015) and EXO U (more on them later) have in store.

Register today for Connect 2015, Canada’s Learning and Technology Conference.

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European Markets Make Modest Gains


LONDON — European stock markets were up in mid-morning trading on Wednesday, ahead of guidance expected from the U.S. Federal Reserve regarding the country’s interest rates.

The FTSE MIB in Milan and the CAC 40 in Paris both advanced 0.4 percent to 23,636.12 and to 5,191.72, respectively, followed by the FTSE 100 in London, up 0.3 percent to 7,049.20, and the DAX in Frankfurt, 0.2 percent to 11,835.75.

The euro traded at $1.09, while the pound fetched $1.53 and the Swiss franc equaled $1.05 at 11:10 a.m. CET.

Retail and luxury stocks were mostly up, with the morning’s biggest gainers including British fast-fashion retailer Next, which advanced 3.6 percent to 74.25 pounds after the store said full-price sales climbed 3.2 percent and total sales were up 4.1 percent in the first quarter, ahead of the company’s guidance in March.

Hermès International advanced 3.3 percent to 347.25 euros after the company…

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