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Are You a Corporate Trainer or a Workforce Educator? The Distinction Matters for Learning

Corporate training has tremendous potential to promote learning in organizations. There are two primary elements that are responsible for how much potential is realized within […]

Do You Feel Stuck in a Rut? Here's How to Get Out of a Career Rut

Feeling stuck can occur at any time during someone's career. Most people want a reliable and steady job, one that provides a feeling of security […]

Why You Need a "You" Year Resolution to Become Resilient in Your Career

It's a new year and a time when you may feel hopeful. The holidays have passed and the new year represents a new start and […]

Maintaining Excellence as an Online Instructor – Even When Challenged

As instructors know all too well, not every online class is going to function perfectly with every student performing at their very best. Instructors who […]

Is Critical Thinking Overrated or Under-Utilized in Higher Education?

Critical thinking is listed as a desired skill or preferred outcome within many higher education courses. It is something that students are expected to demonstrate […]

5 Warning Signs You're Stuck In A Career Rut and What You Can Do About It

Most people want a reliable and steady job, one that provides a feeling of security and a sense of accomplishment. A job can serve a […]

Have You Tried Self-Reflection? What You Can Learn May Surprise You

For many people self-reflection sounds like something you do when you have the luxury of time. Within a technologically driven society, where a person's attention […]

Learn How You Can Take the Distance Out of Distance Learning

Are you teaching online classes and interested in an instructional strategy that could help to strengthen relationships with students and influence their level of performance, […]

You Can't Force Students to Learn – But Here's How to Help Them Try

Learning is not an automatic process and does not occur just because of the classroom conditions that have been established. When students begin a class, […]

Online Teaching as a Career Part 6: How to Achieve Excellence in Online Teaching

Instructors who teach online classes know what it is like to work in a virtual environment, along with the challenges that are possible while teaching […]

Online Teaching as a Career Part 5: How to Create Conditions for Learning in a Virtual Class

Learning can be fun, engaging, and interesting, or it can seem dull, mechanical, and boring. This is true regardless of the format of the class, […]

Online Teaching as a Career – Part 4: Online Teaching Best Practices

Educators have discovered that online teaching can be exciting, rewarding, frustrating, demanding, and challenging all at the same time. The opportunities for new online instructional […]

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