We are currently looking for children between the ages of 0 - 11 to participate in research! The aim of our research is to better understand infant and child development based on groups of children rather than on individuals. In our published works we describe our findings to provide information for clinicians, teachers, and parents who work with children, including children with disabilities. We aim to better understand the world of our society’s youngest members and hope that in so doing we might be able to make their world a better place.
All participating children will receive a small prize as our thank you, your name will go into our weekly draw for shopping vouchers and we will provide free parking on campus for the duration of your session. Best of all, you will be contributing to scientific research that will help us to better understand the world of our society’s youngest members, and the ways that we can be more responsive to their needs.
If you are interested in finding out more or participating, please feel free to go to our webpage and complete a registration form (www.earlylearning.ac.nz...), or contact us by phone 09 923 4236 or email email@example.com.
Hi neighbours, Are you using Zoom or other video conferencing software during the lockdown? Unfortunately, there have been several hacking incidents reported where trolls have joined strangers' Zoom meetings and streamed porn to the group or created other havoc. Luckily, you can change your settings to prevent this from happening. Here's some more information about some of the risks of Zoom and other video calling software and a quick guide on how to change your settings to prevent hacks.
Hi Neighbours, If the long-distance bus terminal moves out of Sky City's complex, ratepayers will probably foot the bill. Ngāti Whātua opposes AT's plan to put it on their land. See below what it would look like, but should it stay where it is ?
There are 30 of them...Good luck!