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Classroom Management in the Tech-Equipped Classroom

Successful technology integration includes always having a non-tech Plan B, staying with what works instead of trend-hopping, and minimizing the elements beyond your control.

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Why companies should train their employees

There are 3 aspects of an individual that needs to be worked on to make them suitable employees – Attitude, Skills and Knowledge.

Attitude training determines the behavioral characteristics that the employee needs to show. 203 more words

New course: Adult Baptism in the Episcopal Church with Anne Kitch

This latest course in our series on baptism offers an in-depth look not only at Adult Baptism in the Episcopal Church but also on the ways that baptism is an action and that the baptized life is an ongoing journey of deepening relationship with Jesus Christ.   182 more words

Taking Phlebotomy Training Online: Is This a Possibility?

If anyone’s been paying attention to education for the past decade or so, they probably know that the internet has become a big part of learning. 451 more words


The leaves are changing and I'm reflecting

Sometimes I find it really hard to think about blogging. My husband is a heck of a blogger who feels like the universe is totally out of order if more than four days go by without posting a blog. 852 more words

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Taxonomy of Self-Directed Learning

I was really excited this week at the task to create a personal Taxonomy for Self-Directed Learning in response to an EDFD459 forum post, and after being inspired by Bloom to go further and pop into pyramid form (read from bottom up), I wanted to share it here! 151 more words

Growing Understandings

Alumni Interview: Arend van Campen

Arend van Campen was born in the Netherlands, and has just released a book on corporate responsibility and ethics based on his Masteral work at Warnborough College. 487 more words

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