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Joyce Murray

Title: Professor of Nursing (Retired)

Company: Emory University

Location: Atlanta, Ga.

Dr. Joyce Murray has conducted a private nurse therapist practice for 15 years and worked with women centers to help end domestic violence. 126 more words


Concerning coursebooks

Earlier this year there was a bit of a hoo-hah in the ELT blogging world on the topic of coursebooks. Perhaps unsurprisingly, it was Geoff Jordan who started it, 720 more words


Curriculum Development- Council of Ontario Drama and Dance Educators

I had the privilege of writing some amazing curriculum units for elementary and high school students within Ontario to support teachers in teaching inquiry-based learning strategies. 20 more words

Curriculum Development

Douglas Reginald Hinchliffe, Ph.D., CPT

Dr. Douglas Reginald Hinchliffe serves as the dean, CEO, adjunct professor and principal executive officer of King’s Own Institute, a tertiary-level educational institution that offers students accredited diploma and degree courses in numerous areas of  business. 142 more words


What Are The Steps For Developing A Music Curriculum?

Today, I will begin a discussion on how to put together a music curriculum using the core arts standards for music. If you haven’t yet done so, you might want to read my recent posts on the four artistic processes, because they are integral to the standards, and will be needed to write a music curriculum. 961 more words

Music Education

Carol Locke

Title: Educator

Company: Pasadena Unified School District

Location: Pasadena, Calif.

Carol Locke has been an educator at Pasadena Unified School District for the past nine years. 95 more words


Academic librarian update Jennifer Dumbleton

By Jennifer Dumbleton

Module reading lists are useful teaching tools, but as a librarian I have seen firsthand how confusing they can sometimes be for students. 279 more words