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How to organize your college binder

Having an organized binder for your study material is important. There’s nothing worse than not remembering where exactly you wrote down the homework or getting your papers all mixed up. 1,172 more words


How to be Successful in Life and Through Distance Learning

While I have attended U.S. Career Institute (USCI), I have learned that distance learning is totally different than going to school the traditional way.  Distance learning requires a lot of self-discipline, because you can go at own pace.  542 more words


Classrooms Should be Globally Connected

Recently Avonworth High School 9th grade students in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, sat in a room around a large HDTV during a social studies class. They were not completing a worksheet or reading a textbook to regurgitate information, nor were they looking for a single prescribed answer to a given problem. 387 more words

21st Century Skills


So I decided to learn how to use Wikispaces.  The learning curve was pretty big especially considering that I have no actual members populating the my Wiki. 88 more words

Grad Work

If We Were Having Coffee... On January 24

Hello! Nice to see you!

Come on, sit down, and warm up. It’s snowing outside and everything’s gone quiet. My entire garden is covered with a white blanket and it looks so serene. 1,501 more words


Learning theories in online learning

Behaviorist Learning Theory is focused on learning that can be observed and therefore changed.  When we design instruction by creating student learning objectives, we can think of them as behaviorist objectives; what stimuli will the instructor use to make students behave in a changed way.  1,156 more words


A Busy Few Months

Well, this blog has suffered a small lapse! What with starting my course in September, reading what felt like hundreds of books’ worth of materials and completing two 3000-word assignments, there hasn’t been a lot of time left over. 557 more words