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What makes a teacher successful in an online classroom is no different than a face-to-face classroom
I have been involved in a heated discussion on the Chief Learning Officer Magazine group on LinkedIn and mentioned this previously on this posting, Why do we need to know the hottest eLearning trends? Why not innovate learning with what … Continue reading
I recently came across an episode of Ultimate Factories, which showcased the Ferrari Factory in Italy. The Ferrari factory which produces the car that everyone dreams of owning and few ever do, has some striking similar characteristics to the field … Continue reading
I came across an article today in the Wall Street Journal, When A Career Veers Off Track which had some good justification for seeking feedback. The article discusses that you can reduce your risk for derailment by paying attention to … Continue reading