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Getting Organized

Getting Organized, Planning, Time-Saving Tips, Money Saving Tips

The summer is flying by.  August is just about here!  Back to school sales are in full swing.  2,492 more words



For many years I have been interested in how God reveals truth about Himself directly through His creation (Romans 1:19-20).   Since this revelation is direct, it does not require the intermediary role of man as an interpreter.  591 more words


"The Library That Target Built" and other articles from our Summer Issue

The Library that Target Built,” by teacher-librarian Rachel Cloues, reveals what happened when Target donated a library “makeover” to a San Francisco elementary school: the district’s anti-branding policy wasn’t enough to keep the students from being engulfed by corporate messaging. 504 more words

Current Events

Nurse Education as a Holistic Praxis

I would like to share with the readers what it is like to have the privilege of teaching in a holistic, caring curriculum. In my case, our curriculum is offered in hybrid format, so that the majority of the coursework is completed online, while face-face classes are held 2-3 times/ semester. 1,097 more words


Tech Tools 101 Summer Session

       ECSL Advisor, Sammy Lyon, is conducting Tech Tools 101 22 more words
ECSL Events

Cyberlearning Summit 2014: A Quick Recap

By Vic Sutton

There is reportedly a wealth of research being conducted unto cyberlearning, but there are no clear views about how to translate research results into action in the community context, in particular for schools or informal education. 516 more words

Trends & Issues

A Year in the Life of ECSL

ECSL members gathered this April at our annual spring meeting held at Turning Point School. This year’s theme was “Engagement in Action,” an Expo that allowed attendees to learn about some of the service learning programs brought to life at our member schools. 140 more words

ECSL Events