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Always Consider Retention: Maximizing Success in Competency-Based Education

Roughly 600 colleges are in the design phase for a new competency-based education (CBE) program, are actively creating one or already have a program in place. That’s up from an estimated 52 institutions last year according to a recent post by Paul Fain. One primary reason for this growth is the need to expand the … Continue reading

Who is your PLN (Personal Learning Network)?

Have you ever thought about strategically crafting your PLN?  This year I am going to expand mine on purpose which I haven’t done in the past. Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) have always been around, we are a network of people who instinctively connect. Initially yours may have started with family, friends, and colleagues from work. … Continue reading

Leadership – ways we work, live, and grow by

I am fascinated by people, confused and bemused as well!  A key focus in learning is developing people and I am delving into leaders, the impact one can make and how organizations grow and evolve.  Fairly recently a leader in an organization was defined by their department or division and this role had relatively clear … Continue reading

The whole Flipping (the learning) process!

Have you heard about the flipped classroom model?  The opportunity to create a class that is highly interactive and engaged while in a physical setting is one of my “ah-ha” moments, why would we not change our design?  This would also change the role of the learning leader “from presenter of content to learning coach” … Continue reading

Enabled, Engaged, Empowered!

I had the pleasure of going to parent-teacher conferences recently and was very interested to observe a recording of one child’s reading prowess played on the teacher’s iPad.   It wasn’t that long ago that school’s banned cell phones and laptops from the classroom however I was pleased to see technology being used to enhance the … Continue reading

Coach to the moment!

I am teaching a class utilizing the teach-back method; this is where each person gives a brief, prepared lesson, utilizing various learning and facilitation strategies with the other students, who then provide written feedback to the individual.  I had one person approach me and request my help in one mannerism and the request was to … Continue reading

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