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CIPD report finds L&D delivery gap

A significant gap exists between the skills and capabilities L&D practitioners know they need and what they actually have in-house, a recent CIPD report has found. 325 more words



Whatever brought you here- thank you and welcome!

I got the inspiration to make my own blog from a new math education blog, Math Fireworks… 128 more words


I Can't Hear What You're Not Saying (Cracking the Non-Verbal Code)

We communicate with one another in code. Somehow we’ve agreed that certain sounds and symbols in just the right sequence are going to represent specific things and ideas, and through the miracle of language we can share with each other what is in our minds. 1,104 more words

Learning Disabilities

The Rise of the Learning Ecosystem!

Last week I participated in an awesome Tweet Chat facilitated by @ozlearn, where I got the opportunity to introduce myself to new ideas (and new people) regarding Learning Ecosystems. 276 more words


Freud or Betty Crocker: What’s Cooking?

Anna Freud, daughter of Sigmund, was also an influential psychoanalyst and worked predominantly with children who experienced deprivation. She was the first psychologist to recognize the importance of food as a therapeutic tool. 748 more words


National Volunteer Week

Every year, LDAWE likes to take a moment to thank our volunteers.  What better time to do that, than National Volunteer Week?

LDAWE is fortunate to have amazing volunteers.   343 more words