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Journals from Kiwiland

Hey everyone!  I’m Annika Hindbjorgen, a junior from Sioux Falls, South Dakota studying biology and secondary education at Northwestern College in Orange City, Iowa.   My semester with CCSP has been so amazing and fun filled that I am writing this blog post an entire month late (oops!).   831 more words

New Zealand

Touro PT Students Share Health Information Worldwide in Wikipedia Editathon

Drs. Shira Wiener and Yocheved Bensinger-Brody hosted their second Wikipedia Editathon for their Doctor of Physical Therapy Program students of class 2019 on April 4th.  Like last year, in this three-hour long session, Lane Rasberry, the Wikipedian-in-Residence first briefly explained the nature of Wikipedia as a free encyclopedia that can be edited by anybody. 512 more words

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5 Things I learned In My First Clinical Experience

David Treichler, SPT Class of 2017
Hometown: Minneapolis, MN
Undergrad: Iowa State University

Congratulations! You have made it through your first year of coursework. You’ve learned how to measure with a goniometer, complete a basic lower quarter screen, and how to properly perform a PASSIVE straight leg raise (not active, as I was corrected during a practical). 584 more words

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We need you, yes you, and you too.

READ TIME: 4 minutes!

Those that follow me on Twitter or know me in real life know that I talk a lot about equity, teaching and learning, my toolkit and BAMEed.

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University of Colorado Student Mentorship Program

Second Year Doctor of Physical Therapy students Phil Yoon and Elysse Marcuccella explain how the student mentorship program was created and how it has evolved.

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"...a brave, frivolous hat..."

Guest Post by Precious

From Lovers, by Judith Krantz

“It was a deep-crowned late-Edwardian hat made from a beautifully faded floral linen. The hatband was a double width of heavy crimson taffeta, trimmed in front with two red cherries, a large red velvet rose, and several appliquéd green velvet leaves. 165 more words


Guest Post by Cameron

October 5, 1877; Montana Territory

History behind the speech;

“Desiring to avoid violence, Chief Joseph advocated peace and cooperation. But fellow tribesmen dissented and killed four white men. 227 more words