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Phillips design museum
The Phillips museum in Eindhoven houses the story of the Philips company and the profound effect that it has had on the world.
Royal Philips is a diversified health and well-being company, focused on improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation in the areas of Healthcare, Consumer Lifestyle and Lighting. Headquartered in the Netherlands, Philips has sales and services in more then 100 countries. ...
... teacher re training. The pedagogy is shifting therefore teaching re training is essential. These are the only courses at the senior level that are assessed.
Something else we discussed:
In a way the
misconception about what TE offers students comes from us making the mistake
for too long of staying away from science. Science was thought of as the big
enemy. The issue with staying away from science automatically puts you at the
low end of the ...
... corkscrew rollercoaster) and the other 2 rollercoasters as well. Ben was happy to have a buddy to go on the rides with him. It was great that Kirsten's kids could come along to share our day out too. We also went through the Carnival section and the famous Fairytale section as well where the fairy stories were displayed and animated . The day finished ...
... trip, they were put to death at the Death Camp.
As we toured the camp, we are swarmed by flies. Seems appropriate for a camp of death. That flies would be swarming.
There were 42,000 working camps in Germany
A woman prisoner was put in Cell 115. She was punished by cutting her hair. There were 89 other women who had to join her because they agreed with her. The Germans locked all of the women in the small cell with only 2-small windows. It got hot, the women ...
... we spell it dyke). We missed our turn and ended up driving into the town of Wilj den Aarding where we found another old windmill--also not open. Apparently many of the windmills are no longer in use so you can find them just sitting on the edge of the canal. One of the mistakes that many of us had is that they were used to pump the water out of the areas so it could be farmed--this was not the only use as they are used to grind grain, cut wood, etc. This mill had a very ...