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Discovering the Outdoors!

We recently spent some time with Aeryn outdoors and for the first time I felt confident letting her experience nature directly! Before her vaccines, we were more reluctant to let her play on the ground outside, plus the weather was much colder. 402 more words

First Time Parenting

William R. Yates: A Physician Leader Who Retired To Something

So I was thinking about Bill Yates yesterday and decided to google him. I haven’t seen or heard from him in years. Bill is actually the originator of the Clinical Problems in Consultation Psychiatry (CPCP) case conference that we do regularly in order to live the principle of lifelong learning. 356 more words

Psychosomatic Medicine

Topic 8: Lifelong Learning

Week 10 – Topic 8 – Lifelong Learning 

What does the term lifelong learning mean?

“Lifelong learning crosses sectors, promoting learning beyond traditional schooling and throughout adult life” (Delors’, 1996). 636 more words

How True! - Lucky Is A Lie

I agree!  I was “lucky” when we bought a Commodore 64 computer for our middle-school son and we both started learning BASIC programming.  I was “lucky” that I was in Marion, Alabama, when the Internet arrived and Judson College needed a webmaster. 89 more words

Lifelong Learning

Professional Growth Plan Final Reflection

As the end of the year draws near, it is time for me to reflect upon my personal Professional Growth Plan goal.

My admin has asked for me to please comment on the following… 624 more words

Teacher Quality Standards

Lifelong Learning and Procrastination

I haven’t written a blog post since the winter school term ended. I have done little networking on twitter (I always vow to participate in #saskedchat, but next thing I know it’s already Friday). 399 more words

Edchat

Standard 8: Present professional practice for review of colleagues

“Reflective practice is the means by which learning, renewal, and growth continue throughout the development of career educators (York-Barr, et. Al, 2006).”

Before embarking on the journey towards my Master’s degree, I never truly thought about leadership. 1,178 more words

Reflection