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Καλύτερες Education εκπομπές που βρήκαμε (ενημερώθηκε Αύγουστος 2020)
Καλύτερες Education εκπομπές που βρήκαμε
Ενημερώθηκε Αύγουστος 2020
Education according to many people is going to a university, attending lessons and learning straight from books and teachers and filling in the 'tabula rasa'. While this is true, there are also a lot of alternative ways to educate oneself, one of them being listening to podcasts. Podcasts turn hours of written content into human-read audio, accessible from any place and at any time, while you commute, walk in the park, etc., regardless of Internet access. This catalog is comprised of podcasts published by well-known publishers and speakers whose aim is to broaden one's knowledge of certain topics. The podcasts listed in this catalog tackle different topics from many fields of study, such as business, archaeology, psychology, science, linguistics and much more and share fun facts about them. Also, you can find language learning podcasts that may help you learn Arabic, English, French, Chinese, Spanish and other globally-spoken languages. In addition, there are courses for tech savvy people, with courses about SEO, SMM, Web development being some of them.
Γίνετε μέλος εκατομμυρίων χρηστών FM Player σήμερα για να λάβετε ειδήσεις και πληροφορίες όταν θέλετε, ακόμη και όταν είστε εκτός σύνδεσης. Podcast πιο έξυπνα με την εφαρμογή δωρεάν podcast που αρνείται να συμβιβαστεί. Ας παίξουμε!
Συμμετέχετε στην καλύτερη εφαρμογή podcast στον κόσμο για να διαχειρίζεστε τις αγαπημένες σας εκπομπές online και να τις αναπαράγετε εκτός σύνδεσης στις εφαρμογές Android και iOS. Είναι δωρεάν και εύκολο!
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A former senior attorney at the Institute of Justice and the lead attorney in the Espinoza v. Montana Department of Revenue case, Richard Komer, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the outcome of that Supreme Court case, and what it could mean for school choice going forward.Από τον Paul E. Peterson
 
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