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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 […]

Sex Education or Harmful Indoctrination? | Dobson Policy Center

Sex Education or Harmful Indoctrination? | Dobson Policy Center

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– A school district in Austin, Texas has a new sex education curriculum. With what goes on in our schools, that news alone would give cause for concern. But it’s actually much worse than it sounds. I’m James Gottry, Vice President of Public Policy for the Dr. James Dobson Family Institute. You may have seen […]

The BEST Online Betting Sites for Betting on March Madness (2020)

The BEST Online Betting Sites for Betting on March Madness (2020)

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If you’re looking to bet on March Madness, but aren’t sure where to place your bet… this is the video for you! Our GamblingSites.org research team has gone through dozens of online sportsbooks, trying to find the best options for every situation. You’ll want to find a website that offers single game bets, tournament winner […]

His Dark Materials: Season 1 | Official Trailer | HBO

His Dark Materials: Season 1 | Official Trailer | HBO

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♪ (TENSE MUSIC PLAYS) ♪ LORD ASRIEL:I set out for the north some twelve month ago,and this is the first of the discoveries I made.A myriad of worlds,of which the Magisterium controls only one.For centuries,they have been trying to keep us where they want us,on our knees.You promised the Magisterium, you’d control Asriel. Then we’ll […]

Martin Garrix feat. Bonn – High On Life (Official Video)

Martin Garrix feat. Bonn – High On Life (Official Video)

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Killed the demons of my mind, ever since you came around. We’re a river running wild. How could I have been so blind? I just live a fast life. Forget about the past time. I numb out to escape my feels. And friendships only pass by. Show up, gone, like strobe lights. But with you, […]

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 […]

Intersections of Openness: Open Access, Science, & Education

Intersections of Openness: Open Access, Science, & Education

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This week, I want to talk about something that’s a little removed from Open Education itself: the way Open Education builds upon the work being done in other open movements. “Open Education” is a term that’s been used for decades, often referring to teaching practices that encourage student participation and the use of innovative techniques […]

How the Electoral College Works

How the Electoral College Works

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Ah, Election Day, when Americans everywhere cast their ballot for the next President of the United States. Except, not really – Americans don’t directly vote for president. So, what’s happening on election day then? It’s a bit complicated because of something called the Electoral College. To keep things simple for now, think of the Electoral […]

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 […]