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Are our Students Ready for a Wired Future?


The occupational training setting poses unique challenges. Working in this environment, some of the challenges experienced include barebones budgets, limited access to ethically sound accredited trainers, learner readiness and time commitment challenges from industry(amongst others). 1,176 more words

Education And Training Quality Assurance

Universities Cannot Afford Nonsense Bureaucracy

To be clear, I am not tenured faculty, nor will I ever be, unless a Prime Mover intercedes on my behalf, or my life circumstances alter significantly to allow me another opportunity to pursue a terminal degree. 2,117 more words

Geography

Conversations with Martin Chandler

Early in the New Year I posted a piece entitled A single GCSE for D&T – will it fly? in which I presented the case for a single title GCSE for D&T which was not in any way material specific. 1,514 more words

Curriculum Politics

Carol Fischer

Title: Clinical Instructor

Company: Community College of Denver

Location: Denver, CO.

With the dream of one day running an outpatient cancer center, Carol Fischer continues to build 25 years of seasoned experience at the Community College of Denver. 114 more words

Health Care

Welcome to Key To Learn

This is our blog site for introducing our business model, motto or whatever you want to call it. It is basically telling about what we do.

Curriculum

Coming (Back) to Our Census

Reflecting on the continuing, unexpected, and frustrating malaise that is Math 102, Probability and Statistics, one of my ongoing problems has been the deterioration of Fathom. 442 more words

Philosophy

Jordan, Scriverhill and Guru-bashing

Not for the first time, I’ve been sucked into an online discussion with Geoff Jordan. If you’re not familiar with Geoff’s work you should check out his blog… 1,708 more words

ELT