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Online Speech Therapy Provider Connects Students with the Future of Learning Through Official Partnership with Double Robotics

Robots in Schools

Austin, Texas (PRWEB) March 05, 2014

Austin, March 4, 2014 – TinyEYE Therapy Services is taking telepractice to a new level of educational innovation. They announced this morning their official partnership with Double Robotics, a California-based robotics company known for their telepresent robot. TinyEYE has begun using this robot in delivering their speech therapy services in Canada and the USA.

Telepractice is a term that refers to practitioners using telecommunication technologies to deliver their treatments. In speech therapy, the most common type of telepractice is using a web camera and a web-enabled software tool to connect with the student while they’re at school. Traditionally, telepractice has been one static location to another static location. “Bringing mobility into the telepractice model enables the therapist to engage in the environment of the student,” said Greg Sutton, TinyEYE Chief Executive Officer. “They can go right into the classroom, sit next to the student at their desk or stand next to the teacher. They get a better overall feeling of the environment that the student is in and this enables the therapist to better treat that student.”

The engagement that speech therapists can achieve while using the telepresent robot is the key to achieving positive outcomes for students. TinyEYE Co-Founder and Speech Therapist, Marnee Brick adds, “Through our 8 years of experience of delivering online speech therapy to thousands and of thousands of kids, we’ve learned that engagement is the secret to learning. By bringing robots to schools, we are facilitating engagement and also preparing children for the future they are going into, rather than the world that we came from.”

Media & industry are invited to learn more about TinyEYE’s innovative use of robots in the education system by joining Greg Sutton for his talk at SXSWedu or by visiting Event participants will get an opportunity to be the robot!

Session: Special Education: Bring your Robot to School!

Time: 9:30am, Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Location: Austin Convention Center Ballroom EF at SXSWedu


TinyEYE is a global leader in bringing online Speech-Language Pathologist and Occupational Therapist services to schools. Providing therapy services in 5 languages across 12 countries, TinyEYE has reached students with no access to these vital services due to geographic, social, or economic barriers. Thousands of students have been served via its award winning online therapy platform which has been proven effective by numerous independent research studies. In an official partnership with Double Robotics, TinyEYE is on the forefront of innovation in bringing the next generation of telepractice by introducing robots in the classroom. TinyEYE’s mission is to mend spirits, grow smiles, and engage children in their lives.

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Dentist, Tariq Drabu Urges His Students and Colleagues to Attend The Dentistry Show

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(PRWEB) January 04, 2014

Tariq Drabu, dentist and owner of the renowned Langley Dental Practice in Middleton, Manchester, recently encouraged his students, and colleagues within the dental profession, to attend the forthcoming Dentistry Show. The show will be in the NEC, Birmingham on from the 28th of February to the 1st of March 2014.

Tariq Drabu is a dentist and highly respected teacher and mentor to postgraduate students. He has been running his family practice in Langley for nearly thirty years, and for over a decade has been teaching and mentoring students of dental medicine.

Tariq Drabu is not only a family dentist and teacher. He is also the Clinical Lead Dentist for Oral Surgery Clinical Assessment and Treatment Services at NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale. In addition he is a specialist staff member at The UCLan Dental Clinic in Preston. With such a wealth of experience, and many years’ service to the British dental profession, he is a highly respected, leading name in dentistry.

Speaking in reference to an article recently published in the Denistry website, Tariq Drabu, dentist and teacher, felt compelled to encourage as many people as possible to attend The Dentistry Show next year. The article sharing news about the show can be read here.

The show promises to give dental professionals two days of highly informative lectures from leading experts within the dental profession. There will also be live demonstrations of the latest technology and equipment, a huge trade exhibition with over 350 exhibitors and the chance to meet and network with the country’s leading dentists.

Tariq Drabu believes a dentist should continue with their personal development by attending events of this type. He said, “This is an excellent show. For anyone working within the dental profession or who is studying to be a dentist, it will provide invaluable opportunities for networking as well as the chance to see the latest developments in dental medicine. I want to encourage as many of my students and colleagues to attend.”

He went on to say, “The event is free of charge, so this is a particularly good opportunity for young students who are on a tight budget. I’ll be doing what I can to encourage my students to travel to Birmingham to attend. I am sure they will benefit from the hands-on workshops and the lectures which will be delivered by leading dentists and practice managers.”

Tariq Drabu, the leading dentist and teacher, sees the value in attending these specialist events where professionals can come together to learn from each other, share ideas, and try new techniques and technology. He closed by saying, “This year’s show includes some excellent speakers like Newton Fahl, Chris Orr, Christina Chatfield and James Russell, to name just a few. They will be talking about new dental techniques, and discussing the latest materials, and the products available to dentists. I am very much looking forward to attending the show myself.”

About Dr Tariq Drabu

Dr Tariq Drabu is a highly experienced and well known Manchester dentist and GDC registrant. He is accredited as a Specialist in Oral Surgery by the General Dental Council. Dr Tariq Drabu practices at his Langley Dental Practice in Manchester. Dr Drabu is a leading name in dentistry, with 25 years’ experience in both general practice and hospital dentistry. Dr Tariq Drabu is also the Clinical Lead Dentist for Oral Surgery Clinical Assessment and Treatment Services at NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale. He is a specialist staff member at The UCLan Dental Clinic in Preston.

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Ayusa Looking for American Families to Host Exchange Students in Texas

Left to right: Ayusa exchange student Michelle Maehler, with Lisa Atkins and her daughters Amelia and Allison

(PRWEB) April 02, 2013

Ayusa International, a 30-year-old non-profit organization that promotes global learning and leadership through cultural exchange and leadership programs for high school students, is looking for American families in Texas interested in hosting an exchange student for the 2013-2014 school year.

Ayusa is specifically looking for Texas host families in the following communities:

    San Antonio
    Houston, Austin, Dallas
    Northeast Texas: Tyler, Longview/Marshall, Clarkesville, Mount Pleasant, Greenville, Paris and Texarkana, Nacogdoches/Lufkin area, Jacksonville and Palestine

“While growing up, my parents hosted exchange students, and my siblings and I developed a wonderfully broad view of our world and the many cultures in it – exactly what I wanted to offer my daughters,” says host Lisa Atkins, an Ayusa host parent in San Antonio. “Our student, Michelle Maehler from Germany, has been a delight: we all love to discuss the similarities and differences in our respective cultures, and the girls have had loads of fun baking desserts out of Michelle’s German cookbook. The bonus we’ve received this year is that my daughters now feel like they have an older sister; that in itself is reason enough to host an exchange student.”

Ayusa welcomes all interested families who would like to host an international exchange student including families without children, empty nesters, military families, retirees, and single people. Ayusa families come from all over the U.S., including both rural and urban communities. Host families provide three meals a day and a bedroom (either private or shared). Each student is supported by a professionally trained local representative from Ayusa who works with the family, student and local school for the entire program.

How to Host a Foreign Exchange Student

Texas families interested in hosting an exchange student with Ayusa can follow three simple steps.

    Step One: View information online about Ayusa students including their age, country of origin, hobbies, and essays to their future host families, to decide which student will be a good fit for your family.

    Step Two: Complete your Ayusa online hosting application. You will be provided a list of questions about your family and local high school, asked for five references, and requested to sign a program agreement. An Ayusa representative can help you complete the application, answer any questions, and connect you with other host families in your community.

    Step Three: Once your application is submitted, an Ayusa representative will work with you to complete the additional hosting requirements – a criminal background check and in-home interview with an Ayusa representative. Once you are an approved host family, you may login to select your student. Your Ayusa representative can also help you find a student to match your family’s interests and activities.

Ayusa’s exchange students are 15-18 years old and come from more than 60 countries around the world, including Brazil, Japan, Germany, Ecuador, France, Peru, Morocco, China, and Spain. All students are fully insured, bring their own spending money, and are proficient in English.

“Host families in Texas are known for their Southern hospitality and love sharing the rich history and lore of the Lone Star State with international students,” said Connie Coutu, Ayusa regional manager in Texas. “Hosting an exchange student also provides Texas families the chance to learn about other cultures around the globe, without ever leaving their local community. If you’ve ever thought about sharing your America with an international student, don’t hesitate – please give us a call to start building an international friendship that will last a lifetime!”

According to The Council on Standards for International Educational Travel (CSIET), more than 27,000 international high school students between the ages of 15 and 18 years old studied in the U.S. during 2011-2012 as part of U.S. government-sponsored international exchange programs. Ayusa has been a member CSIET for more than 25 years – since its foundation. CSIET evaluates U.S.-based high school exchange programs so that students, families and schools can identify reputable inbound and outbound exchange organizations.

Ayusa is a 501(c)3, and an official U.S. Department of State designated Exchange Visitor Program Sponsor. Families interested in learning more about hosting a foreign exchange student can visit or call 1-888-552-9872.

About Ayusa

Ayusa International ( is a non-profit organization founded in 1981 to promote global learning and leadership through cultural exchange and leadership programs for high school students from the U.S. and around the world. In addition, Ayusa administers multiple high profile grant programs funded by the U.S. Department of State and other organizations. Ayusa is a sister company of Intrax, a family of organizations that provide a lifetime of high-quality educational, work and volunteer programs that connect people and cultures. Intrax is headquartered in San Francisco with offices on four continents.


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Musicians, Educators, and 600,000 Students Band Together for Music Education in Australian Schools; Monster Music Reacts

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Australia (PRWEB) December 12, 2012

Music: Count Us In 2012, in which 600,000 students in schools across Australia sang the same song at the same time in November, was seen as a huge success, according to an article from The Age. Professional singer, songwriter, and musician Josh Pyke mentored three high school students, Sun Woo Kim, Ryan Chelva, and Jorja Bromley, and collaborated with them on the song, called “Different People (Stand Together).”

The three students were chosen because, after considering 80 songs for the event, judges decided that three songs were worthy, and decided to give all three young songwriters a chance to be mentored in a workshop with a professional, where they wrote the song from scratch.

Music: Count Us In, whose mission is to raise support and awareness for music education in schools across Australia, has been in existence since 2007. It is run by the Music Council of Australia, with support from ex-Midnight Oil frontman Peter Garrett, currently the Minister for School Education, Early Childhood and Youth. Other high-profile supporters this year were “The Voice” contestants Prinnie Stevens and Mahalia Barnes.

According to the same The Age article, Richard Letts, who is currently the Music Council of Australia’s Executive Director, was happy with the participation in the event, but is not happy with the current state of music education in Australian schools. According to Letts, up to 80% of primary schools in NSW do not have any music education in their classrooms. Letts points out that in a four year teaching degree curriculum, future teachers only receive 17 hours of music education.

Letts also points out that the economic status of schools plays a factor in whether or not they have music education, with the more-affluent schools receiving music education, while less-affluent schools don’t. Letts also references literacy studies in which musical classes were proven to be more effective at producing literacy than literacy classes are.

In a recent post on his blog, Danny Achurch, Owner and Proprietor of Monster Music, writes that “Australian schools are coming up woefully short in music education.”

Achurch is concerned about the state of music education in Australian schools: “It is fairly well-documented that the 80% figure of schools that don’t offer music education quoted by Richard Letts is accurate, not only in NSW, but all across Australia. There are so many benefits to a music education, intellectually and socially, that not having music constitutes neglect on the part of the Australian educational system.”

Achurch continued, “Music helps kids learn. It helps kids relate to one another. It helps kids with self-esteem issues. All of these benefits are totally outside the scope of what most educators consider when they make decisions concerning music education, and they are being taken away from our children because most educators have no idea of the benefits provided by music education.”

Achurch contributes what he can through Monster Music: “We would love to see the system change, and see more music taught in Australian schools, but we don’t see it happening in the near future. We respect and admire those who are trying to change that system, but it does no good to students who are currently being deprived of the far-reaching benefits of music education.”

Achurch’s solution: private music lessons. “The only effective way to ensure that students get a musical education is to get them private lessons outside of the school system.”

Monster Music offers guitar, voice, piano, bass guitar, drum, violin, and general music lessons in Melbourne, Perth and across Australia.

Visit their website here for more information: or call them at 08 9335 8881.


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Each year, thousands of engaged young people from around the world travel to the United States, eager to learn about American life and share perspectives from their own countries. Families who welcome these exchange students into their homes and hearts not only enrich the life of an exceptional young person, they help build people-to-people connections that span the globe and last a lifetime. Host families are essential to the success of international exchange programs. Become a host family:

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Food Connex Makes School Lunches A lot more Affordable for Students and Far more Lucrative for Distributors and Processors

Furlong, PA (PRWEB) September 03, 2011

The USDA commodity plan assists schools in delivering wholesome and reasonably priced food to students. Integrated Management Solutions, Inc. and K12 Services, Inc. are working together to make food manufacturers and distributors much more effective by eliminating non-worth added expenses from K-12 school foodservice. Recently Integrated’s Food Connex product was recognized with K12 Certification an excerpt of the commendation is shown below.

K12 Services Inc. wishes to notify Integrated Management Solutions that as of this date your commodity data tracking and reporting systems, Food Connex, meets the specifications established to:

set up and preserve manufacturer and commodity certain allocations in dollars or pounds of USDA commodities.
set up and maintain approved product codes and discount values (PTV) by manufacturer (7 CFR 250).
debit the correct client/commodity account when an eligible recipient agency purchases an approved product.
apply accurate commodity discounts to eligible recipient agencies and display the discounts on client invoices as approved by the State Agency.
stop commodity discounts from getting applied when insufficient allocation balances are obtainable.
transmit all eligible USDA commodity sales data via flat file on a regular and timely basis.

The IS/IT team at K12 Services, Inc. complements your developers on meeting the specifications listed above.

“This is a significant benefit to the students, schools, distributors and manufacturers.” stated Integrated’s President Paul Hernandez-Cuebas. “By removing overhead from the supply chain we allow the companies to operate far more profitably while the students and schools get access to affordable high high quality food.”


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Private Equity Institute Announces Corporate Training Program for Specialists and Summer/Fall Courses for Students

(PRWEB) July 2, 2007

The Private Equity Institute ( is now enrolling for its summer/fall programs as properly as introducing its corporate training program. PEI is a premiere educational training program designed to prepare students and experts for the globe of Investment Banking and Private Equity.

Training programs consist of a comprehensive curriculum taught by top Wall- Street experts with years of training and deal experience. The program covers What is Private Equity?, Rules/Regulations, PPM’s, Analysis, Valuation, LBO Modeling and genuine deal examples with market place overview of the leading private equity firms. It is ideal for existing Private Equity Analysts, Investment Bankers looking to switch into private equity, enterprise owners and other specialists in finance who want to get private equity training. Sessions are given monthly at a private club in Midtown Manhattan or available via the internet. For corporations or enterprise schools we can customize training programs to manage modest to big course settings (5-50 students) at your corporate headquarters or in 1 of our training rooms. Certificate of completion will be given to those who pass the final exam.

Private Equity Institute’s Internship program is associated with (and partially subsidized) by a series of New York based private equity/venture capital firms. Certain qualified students will be eligible for an internship with 1 of the businesses soon after completion of the training program. Resume consultation and mock interviews are supplied to assist students break into the business and move their career forward. Please send your resume to privateequityinstitute @ to be considered for our internship program.

To get a lot more info on upcoming courses or training programs please call us at 646-964-6500 or visit our site at

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