L&D Lessons Learned from being a Parent (Part 4 of 5)

“I do it!” Watching kids learn may be one of the greatest privileges of being a parent. Sure, it can be painful when it takes […]

Microlearning Design Model

The microlearning design model perfectly hits the needs and availability of modern employees. Any training that’s been structured to follow this learning model will be […]

L&D Lessons Learned from Being a Parent (Part 3 of 5)

Poop I am not sure I can write a mini blog series on lessons I’ve learned in parenting without including a poop story, can I? […]

Questions for reflecting upon having taught during a pandemic year [Denial & Supiano]

"Reflecting on a pandemic year+" (by Cate Denial) — as linked to in this week's "Teaching" posting from Becky Supiano out at "The Chronicle of […]

A Turning Point for Prison Education [Swaak]

A Turning Point for Prison Education — from chronicle.com by Taylor Swaak With reinstatement of Pell Grants imminent, the programs weigh technology’s long-term role. Excerpts: […]

L&D Lessons Learned from Being a Parent (Part 2 of 5)

Surprise and Delight Very recently, I took a long weekend trip to visit my best friend from college. This was the first time I have […]

One-time jailhouse lawyer creates legal jobs program for the formerly incarcerated [Reynolds]

One-time jailhouse lawyer creates legal jobs program for the formerly incarcerated — from abajournal.com by Matt Reynolds Excerpts: Devon Simmons, co-founder and project director of […]

L&D Lessons Learned from Being a Parent (Part 1 of 5)

My colleague Erin Clarke joined our team at Endurance Learning last year. Every once in a while when we’re talking in a meeting or a […]

10 Types of Training

There are various types of training that you can use to develop and enhance the competency of your employees and make sure that they succeed […]

We need to use more tools — that go beyond screen sharing — where we can collaborate regardless of where we’re at. [Christian]

From DSC: Seeing the functionality in Freehand — it makes me once again think that we need to use more tools where faculty/staff/students can collaborate […]

I Grew Up Believing I Was Dumb. A College Education Behind Bars Healed That Wound [Blackwell]

I Grew Up Believing I Was Dumb. A College Education Behind Bars Healed That Wound https://t.co/PsUZ2LyOxa via @MarshallProj — Paul Czarapata (@pczarapata) April 21, 2022 […]

Each learner should be able to record their name in the CMS/LMS for others to hear how their name is pronounced [Christian]

Subject: Race on Campus: Pronouncing Students’ Names Correctly Is Important. Here’s How. — from chronicle.com by Fernanda Zamudio-Suarez Excerpt: When the pandemic moved classes online, […]

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