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Coherence Building - A Student Numeracy Gap with a Teacher led Response

Much has been written about the helpfulness of having coherence in systems, including education systems. A Living Systems approach has the potential to grow and sustain this kind of coherence. 509 more words

Sewing For Newbies (Or Why You Should Just Suck It Up And Take A Class)

So you guys. The reason why I have yet again broken my “post once per week” rule (can it really be a rule if you’ve never once followed it?), is because I wanted to wait and tell you about a new adventure after I’m starting. 849 more words

New Hobbies

Managing Identities: workers, professions and identity

Journal Club Article: Davies, C. (2002). Managing identities: workers, professions and identity. Nursing Management, 9(5), 31-34.

Identity refers to professionals’ relation to work and learning, and the close interaction between professional learning and personal development. 710 more words

Adult Learning

The PD Problem: Recipe for Success

Recently I explored what is wrong with professional development. I have come to the conclusion that by making the effort to ensure that PD is relevant, valuable, and delivered in a way that is respectful of the expertise and differences of our adult learners, we can eliminate the majority of the problem with PD. 424 more words

Professional Development

Is It a Free Scholarship? Or a Scam?

Check out these red flags to avoid when searching for scholarships. 

There is no doubt college is expensive. Prospective and current college students of all ages are encouraged to… 632 more words

Adult Education

Scholarships for Nontraditional Students & Adult Learners

If you’re like many nontraditional students, one of your major concern is how to afford college. Fortunately, whether you’re pursuing your degree online or on-campus, getting scholarships is a great way to reduce student loan debt. 441 more words

Adult Education