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UW Certificate in E-Learning Instructional Design

UW Certificate in E-Learning Instructional Design

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[Liz] The access potential for online learning is one of the most exciting things about e-learning. People who would not normally have access to these educational and training opportunities can when the learning environments are online. [Matt] So we try to walk the line about balancing the content between the educational world and the corporate […]

Federal education standards (Part 1) — interview with Peter Shulman | VIEWPOINT

Federal education standards (Part 1) — interview with Peter Shulman | VIEWPOINT

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Peter: The vast majority of New Jersey teachers wake up every day, come in there, give their best effort, which is quite good, and can they improve, sure? We’re all life-long learners and hopefully, educator evaluations help that. Andy: Welcome, everyone. I’m Andy Smarick, a Morgridge Fellow of education policy here at AEI, and I […]

Planned Parenthood | A Passion for Sex Education

Planned Parenthood | A Passion for Sex Education

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Teen Council is a peer education program that delivers comprehensive sexual health education to local community high schools and community groups and nonprofit organizations. It’s that peer-led sex education — so we have teens talking to teens about sex ed. We know that teens are listening to each other — so if we have teens […]

20th Anniversary: Doctor of Education in Leadership & Professional Practice (Ed.D.)

20th Anniversary: Doctor of Education in Leadership & Professional Practice (Ed.D.)

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(somber music) – My involvement in the Ed.D. program began at the very beginning. – We received notice in early December that the program could start in January. – This car comes flying in to the Bud Robinson parking lot. Dr. Welch hops out, motor still running, windshield wiper still on, throws his hands in […]

Spotlight on Medical Education

Spotlight on Medical Education

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I was ten years old when I found myself on a stretcher at Boston Children’s Hospital with IV lines coming out of my arms, being rolled down a hallway into an operating room because my supraventricular tachycardia, and that day my doctors cured me, and I walked out of Boston Children’s Hospital knowing that I […]

John and Elizabeth Haendiges on University of La Verne Online Program

John and Elizabeth Haendiges on University of La Verne Online Program

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(ethereal music) – My name is John Haendiges. I graduated from the University of La Verne with an M.B.A. in business management and leadership in 2011. – My name is Elizabeth Haendiges. I graduated from La Verne with an M.B.A. in management and leadership in 2012. – Liz was just finishing up with Cal Poly […]

How to learn Dutch?  (lecture by Bart de Pau)

How to learn Dutch? (lecture by Bart de Pau)

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How to learn a language? I once approached a professor from the University of Amsterdam with that question … Someone with over 30 years of experience in measuring efficiency in language education. I told him about our program, about the Summer and the Winter School, about e-learning and that I have a language school in […]

A STEM Education, Tools to Change the World

A STEM Education, Tools to Change the World

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Secretary Chu: As you go into science and you know about the quantitative science, mathematics, it puts you in a very good position so you can understand much of the world around you. Those who feel comfortable, they don’t have to be experts, they don’t actually have to be practicing scientists or engineers, but feel […]

EduCATion Today #5 Sonia Nieto

EduCATion Today #5 Sonia Nieto

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Welcome to Education Today, the issues and the experts, a web series hosted by the College of Education at Kansas State University. I’m Debbie Mercer and I serve as a Dean of the College. Today, we have as our guest Dr. Sonia Nieto, a renowned Author and Researcher who has dedicated her life and her […]

Leadership lived: Eric Loera

Leadership lived: Eric Loera

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My name is Eric Loera. I’m a sophomore majoring in political science, minoring in communication at UIS. “President – present.” I’m involved in Student Government Association as the secretary. I’m also involved in Alternative Spring Break as the secretary. I’m a mentor for the CAP Honors Program on campus. I’m also a member of the […]