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Dr. J writes a weekly blog to inspire and inform your work as an educator, trainer, or teacher; and also create a positive mindset about your career. Adult education, distance learning, online teaching, higher education, and career development are some of the topics you can read about on this informative blog.

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Four Strategies Every Online Educator Needs for a Work-Life Balance

Online educators have been implementing the work-at-home model long before there was the 2020 crisis. Some referred to it as "teaching in your pajamas" – […]

Are There Signs Your Career Stalled? It's Time for a Mindset Tune-Up

You've started your job and worked hard in your career, and yet for some reason you are no longer feeling a sense of fulfillment any […]

6 Critical Best Practices for Online Teaching: Be Prepared

We live in an unprecedented time with higher education being disrupted, as traditional classes are being moved online, at least for the time being. Whether […]

Discover How to Become Mentally Prepared for a Job Interview

The process of preparing for a job interview often involves a time of stress, indecision, and self-doubt for many people. A successful interview occurs as […]

Discover 5 Essential Learner-Centered Strategies For Online Instructors

Why do you aspire to teach, or continue to teach, online classes? This is a question I have been asking myself for over a decade […]

Discover Why a Resilient Mindset Will Help Sustain Your Career

Do you take care of what you think about yourself, and pay attention to the words you use to describe yourself? Or do you allow […]

Discover How to Engage Your Students in an Active Learning Process

Your students come to class or log onto an online platform and complete required tasks, which must mean to some degree they are interested in […]

Learning Requires Adaptability and Change. Are Your Students Prepared?

When students begin your class, do you inherently expect they will read the Course Syllabus and related materials, then comply as required, without any hesitation? […]

Educator Professional Development Sale

It's time to stock up as Dr. J is offering an Educator Professional Development Sale. Now is the perfect time to pick up Dr. J's […]

3 Instinctive Thoughts You Must Stop to Discover Your True Potential

When you want to start a new project or begin work on a new goal, perhaps for something related to your job, is your first […]

Yes, You Can Be a Workaholic and Successful As Well

Whether you love your job or simply tolerate it, it can take a significant amount of your time each week. While you may have fixed […]

4 Strategies to Become a Transformative Educator

When you are assigned a class and students arrive, do you view yourself as a teacher, instructor, or educator? Is your role a function, one […]

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