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EDClass is a powerful toolbox with a variety of tools that can assist your school and multi-academy trust with personalised learning, scheduled pathways of study and timetabled support for any individual within your organisation. EDClass demonstrates our ability to educate students from your demographic through remote learning. EDClass provides real-time access to qualified and experienced teachers. You can also use your own teachers to deliver sessions.

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EDClass is an online alternative provision platform designed especially for Multi-Academy Trusts and schools. We have a proven track record of delivering an Alternative Provision successfully to schools and now we have a solution to impact your whole school by opening the content and resources to all students.

"The results have been incredible. Two of our students have recently informed us that they want return to mainstream education. With a virtual classroom, we're able to ensure our students receive classwork and homework regularly, and we can monitor their progress and give them the support they need, so that when the time comes, the transition back into the classroom goes smoothly."- Ash Khan, Sheffield Inclusion Centre

Each of these lessons requires responses to scenario-based questions. All lessons are tracked and monitored, recording the hours, minutes and seconds that a learner has been in a lesson, and all student responses to questions, tasks and content. Responses to any questions are available in the student's report which updates in real-time. All of this information is monitored to help with any reintegration meeting.

For intangible assets such as patents, licenses, or trademarks, it is referred to as amortization, and for natural resources-related assets such as mines or oil platforms, depletion is the official terminology. When amortization or depletion expense is recorded for the year, the corresponding accumulated contra-asset accounts are credited in order to account for the expense.

Our school ethos 'enjoy - achieve - celebrate' runs through everything we do. We are proud of our track record of ensuring our students enjoy their time at school and achieve highly, so that we can celebrate their successes.

With our daily show, Pocket-Sized Podcasting, we batch all of the work. Scripting, recording, editing, production, and publishing an entire week takes about 3 hours. The short focussed episodes are great for repurposing, too!

The bare minimum you need to record a podcast is a computer with a USB microphone and access to the internet. As a general rule, though, the more limited and lower cost your setup and equipment, the more limited the sound and audio quality of your show will be.

With that in mind, the Samson Q2U is our top pick for a quality and affordable mic. It could last you years, and you can use it with all sorts of other recording equipment, too. Availability depends on where you are in the world, but the ATR2100 is an almost identical option. Neither of these great podcast mics should set you back more than $100!

In "The VCR Illumination", after Sheldon finds the Russian paper that says the Super Asymmetry is not worth pursing, both he and Amy get very depressed. Sheldon locates an emergency VHS tape made by him when he was eleven (for, according to him, the day they stopped making Star Wars movies). His character from Young Sheldon tries to give him a pep talk but it was recorded over by his father with one of his football games. Amy keeps watching it and then finds his father's halftime pep talk which does help Sheldon. His father tells the team that they're not going to win this game, but that that does not make them losers. They can learn from failure as much as they can learn from success. Sheldon is encouraged and even thanks his dead father in the end.

Sheldon occasionally uses slang (in a very unnatural fashion), and follows jokes with his catchphrase "Bazinga!" He is not entirely sure how to hug someone, and he avoids human contact whenever possible. Despite his ego-centrism, Sheldon appears to be somewhat aware of his social ineptitude, particularly his lack of understanding of sarcasm. He mentioned that he keeps a record of his daily conversations after Penny snapped at him and Leonard asked him why, to which he suggested that Leonard check his conversation records "to see if I messed up anywhere." Sheldon is also a difficult person to work with and generally displays apathy to the world around him. In "The Toast Derivation", Sheldon was revealed to have criticized Bill Gates for focusing on his charity work rather than Windows Vista, a remark that earned him a punch in the face.

He also keeps a record of what he considers faux pas "strikes", which he allocates to those who violate his self-imposed conditions. Upon receiving three strikes, Sheldon gives them the choice of apologizing, being "banished" from the apartment for a year, or taking a "class". For many of the aforementioned characteristics, Sheldon's friends often consider him "insane" or "crazy" despite Sheldon's repetition of another catchphrase "I'm not insane/crazy! My mother had me tested." His mother later confirms this to Leonard; the doctor said he was sane, but she regretted not following up with a specialist in Houston.

In "The Clean Room Infiltration", Amy insists that Sheldon come to the Christmas Eve dinner party she is having despite his dislike for the Christmas season. She also kissed him under the mistletoe when they were Christmas tree shopping. Sheldon plots revenge against her to make her feel as miserable as he does and hopefully she will never make him celebrate Christmas again. Since they agreed to not exchange gifts, he felt that if he got her the perfect gift, it would make her miserable. He gets his picture taken with Santa and has it enclosed in a picture frame which includes a tender recorded Christmas greeting to Amy. Amy loves it and gives him a gift of some Christmas cookies that his Meemaw used to make. Sheldon is touched and wonders if Christmas isn't about giving until Raj reaches for one of his cookies. Sheldon admits to Bernadette that he loves Amy and Amy admits her love in front to the entire group.

In "The Separation Oscillation", Sheldon appears in front of Amy's apartment to return her belongings. She pulls out a scarf reminding them the time they went ice skating, then Penny's red bra put in there by Sheldon to make her jealous. After that, he records a new episode of "Fun with Flags" which alludes to their breakup. He also sends the link to Amy with a headline: "Watch. This will make you mad". Amy goes straight to his apartment and demands him to take it down. Sheldon thinks she still has feelings with him because she watched the video, then happily skips down the hall.

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