Perhaps I should comment on the nature of the community college student before discussing the role of my philosophy of whole student development. My comments are based purely on observation and not on any scientific research. Some may not necessarily be valid when comparing residence and non-residence campuses. Continue reading
My recent experiences as International Higher Education Coordinator for the Global Education Collaborative and participation in the Bahrain Global Education Conference have left me with one conclusion.
We don’t need more international education programs. We need all education focused on international needs, goals, connections, collaboration and understanding. Continue reading
Just in case what we do in class isn’t enough, here are some options for additional practice and improvement direct from the crew at WordPress. Even better…it’s free.
You’ve just started your shiny new blog and you’d like some help as you get up to speed on WordPress.com. Or, maybe you’d like some inspiration to write every day. On September 15th, we kick off two free Blogging U. courses: Blogging 101 and Writing 101. They might be just what you need to whip your blog into shape and/or establish your writing habit.
Each day for 30 days, Blogging 101 offers a bite-sized blogging “assignment*,” geared to helping you customize the look of your blog, start a blogging habit, and find some new blogging friends. Here’s how it works:
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