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Coffee Chat on 19 Nov (Saturday)

This coffee chat is for those who want to know more what the Internet can do for them. It also serves as an opportunity for those who have attended last week’s IT lesson in Bukit Merah Library on Cloud Storage, an opportunity for them to reinforce what they have learnt and put into practice. 54 more words


Thrift Store Book Find...

Yesterday was half off day at our local thrift stores book basement and I couldn’t pass up the opportunity. I love to spend an hour purrusing the book shelves and usually come away with a few books either for my own reading enjoyment or to resell online. 743 more words

Our Persistent God

By Shannon Johnson Kershner, DMin ’99

In some ways, this should have been the easiest sermon I have written in a while. Luke (18:1–8… 2,653 more words

Lifelong Learning

Thank You Tribe!

This morning I was doing an #IMMOOC tribal dance with a colleague at my school (Annick Rauch) who is also participating in the #IMMOOC (Innovator’s Mindset massive open online course). 254 more words

Learn, Build Expertise, AND Work Full-Time

Continued growth and lifelong learning is a not-so-secret priority of many successful professionals.

It can be difficult to give self-improvement the attention it deserves—with daily distractions and to-do’s constantly vying for your attention. 365 more words

Advice From A Life Coach

Wk 27 Global Trends in Education

The College of Creative Arts has been responsive to some global trends set in more recent education policies by establishing a competitive profile for the university through internationalisation, establishing relationships and building stronger networks with Pasifika and Iwi communities, local bodies, the business sector and the wider community. 1,385 more words

Applying Life Lessons to Small Business

Parents to teenagers and young adults know that there are some lessons that only living life can bring us. Life lessons learned through living life are valuable, and they are hard to teach to teenagers because teens think they have the answers to everything. 543 more words