Headline September 15, 2017/ ''' *VIRTUAL STUDENTS VROOMS* '''


*THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY* :  stops and stands.....  to honor and give the former great President of the United States of America:

*Barrack H Obama, a standing ovation*. 

Thank You, Mr. President, Sir : !WOW!................ Please be assured of our highest esteemed support.   

All students would be best advised to share forward President Obama's statement and public declaration.

Those of you, not in the know, of why the World Students Society and I say that, just get to any great American news site, say : Huff Post,  and read up what this good and great man has declared.     

*RIGHT THERE but RIGHT HERE*,  at  the first fleeting conceptual host, Proud Pakistan, had we 1/100th of the tangible and intangible resources-

By Jove, we could have gone for some very great ideas, and invented and innovated  some very great  ''earth shaking ideas''  and spun the earth the other way round.

Never mind, never ever, mind!  We take the hardest road forward. Rabo? Saima? Seher? Dee?  Eman, Ali? Armeen? Ehsan?  Hussain? Shahzaib? Vishnu? Salar? Jordan? Bilal? Zaeem? Dantini? Toby? Heera?    

''Neurotechnology has become cool,'' said Ed Boyden, a professor of biological engineering and brain and cognitive sciences at the M.I.T Media Lab advises many a startups engaged in this unique approach.

The increased interest in Neurotechnology is partly a result of an effort the Obama administration started in 2013. 

The initiative helped create significant government financing for brain-interface companies and related work in academia.

Then Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX, began promoting the idea and his latest company, Neuralink. That combination has attracted the interest of  private venture capital firms.

God willing, more on that research, in the near future, as those are the technologies that really make a difference. Rabo? Hussain? Ali? Haleema? Saima? Haider?  Seher? Armeen/LUMS,  Eman/LUMS, Hera? Zaeem? Mustafa/LUMS? 

IN CHINA THOUGH,  the government incentives to entice teachers to move to remote areas often are not very generous enough.

To compensate, experts say, educators in Chinese cities have less experimenting with programs in which lessons are beamed into rural classrooms.

The Communist Youth League, for example, recently set up a free account on WeChat, a messaging service, that Live-streams lessons in Chinese, English and mathematics to primary and secondary-school pupils.

Educational Live-stream is growing in China as the medium expands beyond purely social uses,  .......... according to an April report by Daxue Consulting, a market-research firm based in Beijing and Shanghai.

Daxue xited its own analysis of the Chinese live-stream platforms YY, in which 32 of 1,051 live-stream feeds on a day in March were related to education.

''Although the ratio of education and technology live steaming is quiet small, it's a change from the beginning stages that only featured beautiful girls,'' the report said.
A Few schools in urban China have also begun sharing their lessons with rural schools through Internet feeds, Professor Wang said.

But such initiative fall flat in rural classrooms, she said, in part because students there have such vastly different backgrounds and learning styles.

Professor said that the migration of rural families to urban areas had prompted broad   ''institutional segregation'' in China.

Angels/Children of rural immigrants are often prevented from enrolling in urban schools, for example, because they lack an urban hukou, a very crucial household registration document.

She said the only way to end the segregation would be to pass laws that guarantee equal opportunity in education for all citizens.

For now, though a proliferation of projects like  '' 100,000 Angels/Kids Touring the  World's Top 10 Museums'' could at least highlight the rural-urban divide, she added and-

Perhaps even nudge officials in the central government toward bolder changes.

Pan Lisheng, the director of the virtual museums projects for Aha School and a former television journalist, said the problem was perhaps not that electronic lesson feeds were bad in principle, but rather-

That few educators in China had figured out how to make them interesting.

For the museum project, she said, she recruited a team of nearly 50 people to design graphics, travel to the 10 museums, comment on artworks and science exhibitions and-

Stitch all the material into a two-hour daily broadcast that would interest a Child/Angel from any background.

It is being distributed through CCtalk, a Chinese App that specializes in educational live-streaming.

''Every child is a unique flower.'' Ms. Pan said.     

With respectful dedication to President Barrack H Obama, Students, Professors and Teachers of America and then the world.

See Ya all on !WOW!  -the World Students Society and Twitter-!E-WOW!  -the Ecosystem 2011:

''' Real Difference '''

Good Night and God Bless

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