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On the Rising Cost of College Education

We live in a paradoxical society. In order to rise in socioeconomic status, or even to maintain one’s current status, one must now obtain a high quality college education. 3,056 more words

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Does your college education really matter in the industry?(B.Tech CSE only)

I wont shit you with a huge introductory text.

Yes. It depends.

I will list the elements that I have found useful from my college education – … 200 more words

2018 Allied Healthcare Career Opportunities

2018’s Best Career Opportunities in Allied Healthcare. You’re already are familiar with the many advantages of becoming an allied healthcare professional. Primarily, you can be assured you’re entering a field where you’re needed in an industry that is largely recession-proof. 20 more words

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Medical Assistant Associate Degree

Medical Assistant Associate DegreeTHE MEDICAL ASSISTANT CAREER Getting a medical assistant associate degree helps medical assistants play an important role in healthcare services. This career will require you to help both doctors and patients. 41 more words

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Accounting

AccountingIn today’s business world, accounting services are indispensable to the operation of every business enterprise.As more businesses continue to computerize financial records, accountants need to be technologically savvy. 36 more words

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Ep. 129 How to Teach Death-Ed to College Students with Stacy Smith

Learn tips for teaching college students about death and dying from psychologist and educator Stacy Smith.

https://lessonsfromdying.files.wordpress.com/2018/02/podcaststacysed.mp3

In this episode I share an interview with Stacy Smith who teaches a course in the…

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Blurred Lines: Teaching and Learning Web 2.0

How often do you view your students as intellectual equals? Even if you work in higher education, your answer might still be: never.

Unfortunately, this hierarchical perspective could be seriously hurting your classroom and inhibiting your student’s learning. 151 more words

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