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Guess what came in the mail today...

It’s Stefan’s official letter of acceptance from the Hebrew University! All the way from Jerusalem, it finally arrived. Now we can apply for our visas, the big project for this week.

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Fighting With Myself

Anyone looking to get their Masters, I highly recommend working in the field of study DURING your degree program. Experiencing the language, back and forth communications, processes, discussions, debates, and more is so applicable to what you learn. 1,131 more words

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Without Evaluation, You Are Not an Instructional Designer

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Imagine that you have designed and implemented the first stage of an instructional solution with a client. To your surprise, the client has decided to forgo the evaluation and revision process, and decides to continue to rollout the solution without any data collection efforts to review its efficacy. 616 more words

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Outside of My Comfort Zone

When I began working on the implementation ideas for my recent course (we were challenged with designing and implementing our own 1 hour course), I was both happy and a little afraid that we chose face-to-face for the delivery model. 1,048 more words

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Assessments - A Learners Worst Nightmare

Assessments can bring on panic attacks, sickness, nausea, and much more. All because of the negative connotation that assessments bring with them. People tend to hate to be judged, probably for the fear of failing or for a possible hit to their fragile psyche. 676 more words

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Somewhere in the Middle

Somewhere in the Middle

I have two members of my team that embody both the pros and cons (of both sides) extremely well. First, my manager, who is an… 945 more words

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Subject Matter Experts

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An ID working for a copy machines manufacture has identified a major problem in the way field service technicians repair broken copiers. To help with the project, the most respected design engineer in the company has been assigned to serve as the subject matter expert. 830 more words

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