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Smrt taught in Bali, Indonesia to local children for free

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Smrt English is being taught in Bali, Indonesia to local children for free. With 15 laptops we can give 100 Indonesian children an education. If you have any old laptops that you would like to donate to Green School in Bali please let us know. If they are broken we will repair them. Thank you for your support. Contact the Canadian College of English Language for details

Ksenia speaks about her experience studying Hospitality at the Canadian College

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Ksenia studied Hospitality Management at the Canadian College in 2011. She is now living in Vancouver and working at a local hotel chain as a banquet server.

The Secret Culture of Orcas | Podcast | Overheard at National Geographic

Animals Life Nature
Scientists are discovering that orcas, among the most social and intelligent of marine animals, have unique family structures and behaviors, passed from one generation to the next.

The Mystery of Magnetic Worms - Smarter Every Day 253

Life Nature Science
Metal in Worms?

Whatever happened to acid rain? - Joseph Goffman

History Life Nature
Discover what causes acid rain, and how scientists were able to largely eliminate this major environmental threat.

Alp speaks about his experience taking Project Management at the Canadian College

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Alp took the Project Management Diploma at the Canadian College. He speaks about how the skills he learned studying in Vancouver helped him when he was working at Zodiac's head office in Vancouver as a Project Manager.

New Feature - Share Exercises with Multiple Classes

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Teachers can now share an exercise with multiple classes at once.

New Feature - Release Exercise Answers

Teacher Cafe
Exercise answers are now hidden from the students by default. You can release the answers at any time by clicking on this icon.

Brad Makes Fermented Pasta Sauce | It's Alive | Bon Appétit

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It's Alive with Brad Leone is back for episode 80 and this time Brad is making fermented pasta sauce.

Which Will Kill You First?

Biology Health Human
The body can get a whole lot colder - but not a whole lot hotter - before we die. Why is that?

The surprising secrets of hummingbird flight

Animals Life Nature
Dig into the incredible fighting, feeding, and flying capabilities of hummingbirds.

Valentina speaks about her experience studying in Vancouver

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Valentina speaks about how she took the Smrt IELTS program at the Canadian College of English Language and how much she loves Vancouver.

Hope for Youth Project - Smrt Scholarship Program

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In 2012 Smrt and the Canadian College of English Language initiated a scholarship program for 50 students who have lost parents, homes, and livelihoods as a result of the tsunami in Japan. The scholarship was for free tuition (courtesy of CCEL) and free accommodation for up to 3 months.

Why every world map is wrong - Kayla Wolf

History Human World
Dig into the inaccuracies of flat maps and how different map designs can shift our point of view.

This is why we can't have nice things

Education Life Technology
This video is about stuff: light bulbs, printers, phones and why they aren't better.

Liliane's Experience Working and Studying in Canada

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Liliane speaks about her experience at Canadian College of English Language and her plan to study the International Trade Diploma at the Canadian College.

Can you solve the fantasy election riddle? - Dennis E. Shasha

Education Human Math
After much debate, the realm has decided dragon jousting may not be the best way to choose its leaders, and has begun transitioning to democracy.

World’s Most Expensive Mango

Food Human Industry
A friend from out of town gifts you with a delicious-looking mango. An odd gift but who can deny a bite of the juicy fruit! You cut into only to find out that this mango cost $3,600!

Iryna speaks about her experience taking Smrt IELTS in Vancouver.

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Iryna took two months of Smrt IELTS preparation at the Canadian College of English Language. Many students who are in the last one or two years of their secondary school take an IELTS course to prepare for entrance into university.

Why "Nothing" Matters in Science

Data Science Math Science
Null results often get a bad rap, sometimes characterized as a study "finding nothing," but there's a lot we can learn from studies whose results fail to support their hypotheses.

What’s the best fuel for your car?

Automotive Nature Science
Dig into which fuel— gasoline, electric, biofuels, or electrofuels— is both affordable for consumers and sustainable for the planet.