Why America has so few carpenters

Why America has so few carpenters https://t.co/bjC3X69ObP — Paul Czarapata (@pczarapata) May 22, 2022 .  The post Why America has so few carpenters first appeared […]

4 Online Tactics to Improve Blended Learning [Burke]

4 Online Tactics to Improve Blended Learning — from campustechnology.com by Megan Burke, CPA, Ph.D. An accounting professor shares how best practices from online pedagogy […]

“AI research is a dumpster fire and Google’s holding the matches” [Greene] + two other items re: AI

AI research is a dumpster fire and Google’s holding the matches — from thenextweb.com by Tristan Greene Scientific endeavor is no match for corporate greed […]

Coursera launches skills training academy for colleges and companies [Schwartz]

Coursera launches skills training academy for colleges and companies — from highereddive.com by Natalie Schwartz Experts say the move could help the company strengthen its […]

We should put “How best to study/learn” in all global/course navigation bars [Christian]

From DSC: For the last few years, I’ve been thinking that we need to make learning science-related information more accessible to students, teachers, professors, trainers, […]

Reflections on “It may be time to rethink the emphasis on taking calculus in high school” [Anderson]

OPINION: It may be time to rethink the emphasis on taking calculus in high school — from hechingerreport.org by Veronica Anderson An argument for opening […]

The rise of alternative credentials in hiring [shrm.org]

The rise of alternative credentials in hiring — from shrm.org; with thanks to Ryan Craig for this resource Increasingly, U.S. workers are turning to alternative […]

Reflections on “Benefits of music lessons” [Lynch]

Benefits of music lessons — from thetechadvocate.org by Matthew Lynch Excerpt: Music is a fun and worthwhile discipline to learn. When kids start learning the […]

How On-the-Job Training Helps Improve Business Operations and Customer Service

Virtual instruction has many advantages, but it doesn’t work for everything. For training to be truly effective, managers often need to physically show employees how […]

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 […]

Why the Best Leaders Look at Challenges as Opportunities

Overcoming complex challenges can be tough. You’ll have moments when you feel your only option is to give up. Doubt, stress, and obstacles can come […]

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