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Back to "School":MOOCs vs. Traditional Classes


As most of you know (**cough cough** if you read my previous post here), I’m going back to school to do a certification program and one of the selling points of this particular program was that it’s a hybrid of online and in-class course options. 297 more words


Growers and Mere Harvesters

A garden is one of the most common metaphors in learning and education. It’s a good one, but there are many distinctions that often don’t get sorted out at the level of metaphor, or given enough consideration to. 182 more words

Education & Learning

CPD Vision - Back on your radar?

Many UK membership organisations and associations have CPD schemes in place and the three most popular scheme types are:

– Input focus (points/hours)
– Output focus (learning objectives) … 484 more words

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

Forget I Mentioned It

I’ve always thought I’ve done my best thinking when others do it for me. That’s when I’m at my intellectual best. But every now and again, I get an original thought. 340 more words

Education & Learning

VIDEO - Veena Naik, Learning & Development Officer, CIMA - e-Mentoring Insight

In this MemberWise Insight we interview Veena about the current CIMA e-Mentoring pilot that is being conducted with up to 1,000 student members.

Veena introduces CIMA, outlines why e-Montoring is being piloted, provides an overview of the member focused drivers for the project and outlines how the organisation will measure success. 33 more words

Member Engagement

Yeah! I'm an app Developer!

I always had a particular interest on programing, software & apps development, web development, video and graphics editing. I learned very few basic codes in DOS, HTML, PHP and Python. 255 more words

Mobile Post

18. Visit one of the best Museum of the world

If you are in Madrid, there is no excuse to miss the Prado Museum. One of my favorite places in the world so far, a peacefull, full of history and obviously full of art, thanks to the spanish royals that collected all the amazing paintings and scultures of great artists. 295 more words