Dr. J's Blog

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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Posts by Dr. J's Blog

Discover How to Uplift and Support Your Online Students

Any educator who engages in ongoing professional development knows most of the topics written about are usually related to classroom management, technology, future trends, and […]

Don't Give Up, Even if Quitting Seems Easy

Consider the last time you were faced with a challenge, something you did not plan for or expect to occur. It could have involved something […]

Determined or Deflated: How You Feel is a State of Mind

Today you may find yourself feeling highly motivated and ready to take on any task, challenge, problem, or responsibility which requires your attention. In contrast, […]

Respond to Disrespectful Students with Appreciation and Care

What do you expect of your students, as to an expectation of respect for you and your position as their instructor? From my experience, whenever […]

When Faced with an Ending, Hit Reset for a New Beginning

The day may not start out as you had hoped for or go according to what you have planned. It's also possible you may find […]

Bring Out the Best in Students with Appreciative Interactions

When you're assigned an online class, what is your mindset, as to the responsibilities you've been tasked with completing? Do you have a particular checklist […]

5 Choices Needed to Sustain a Healthy Life Balance

Do you think about your life and what it takes to keep yourself well-balanced and healthy? What I've observed, as a mindset coach is the […]

3 Success Strategies for Teaching Non-Traditional Learners

A typical path for the high school graduate used to be enrollment in college, making a transition from one learning environment to the next, even […]

Yes, You Can Think Your Way to Success

There is so much written about success that it hardly seems possible someone could contribute another new idea about this topic. Yet as a mindset […]

Do You Reward Students Who Work Hard

As an educator, do you believe the process of grading or evaluating students' work is always completed in a fair manner? Are you able to […]

This is a Very Good Day to Start Believing in Yourself

It is always much easier to question ourselves, doubt our abilities, and given into fears, than begin a day with self-talk about the best of […]

Do You Reward Students Who Work Hard

As an educator, do you believe the process of grading or evaluating students' work is always completed in a fair manner? Are you able to […]

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