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February 19, 2015 Credit for Prior Learning: Services to Help Institutions Accelerate Degree Completion ›
You might wonder, what is credit for prior learning? Credit for prior learning (CPL) is a practice postsecondary institutions use to award students academic credit for demonstrated competency and...

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February 19, 2015 STEM NOW: Inspiring Women to Become Technology Designers ›
As we stand today in 2015, the world runs on code. Whether for business or pleasure, technology is built, utilized, and consumed to make an impact. As ubiquitous as technology is, I am left wondering...

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February 18, 2015 Peer Talk: Let’s Build a Resume! ›
During my first semester in college, a huge question that I often asked myself was, “What do I need to do in order to get a job?”  My goal was to graduate from college with a full-time job offer at a...

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February 18, 2015 #TEDEdChat: Using Twitter to Gather Insights ›
I had the wonderful opportunity of co-hosting and moderating a #TEDEdChat, a weekly Twitter chat for educators and those passionate about education, hosted by TED-Ed. Similar to a book club, I...

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February 17, 2015 Emerging Models Amid a Shifting Landscape ›
Higher education leaders are facing an unprecedented time of change. They are increasingly being asked for greater accountability for student outcomes, faster innovation in educational delivery...

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February 17, 2015 Chicago Auto Show: Consumers Win with Many Options ›
Blog Editor’s Note: James Halderman, Automotive Author, had the opportunity to attend the “Chicago Auto Show 2015” on February 13th. Below, Jim provides a brief description of his time at the show....

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February 16, 2015 Addressing a Growing Skills Gap by Employing People with Disabilities ›
Is employing people with disabilities a means to resolving the growing skills gap in today’s workforce? I believe so. Doubters may lack a true understanding of “disability” thus...

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February 13, 2015 CTE Month: Its Meaning, Benefits and Connections to Construction ›
The following blog was originally published February 4, 2015 on “Breaking Ground, The NCCER blog.”    This month, the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) is celebrating Career...

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February 13, 2015 Enhancing Simulated Learning for Students (Part 2) ›
Learning to Manage Unexpected “Pop-Ups” Are you familiar with the common phrases, “The calm before the storm,” or “If anything can go wrong, it will,”? My own personal favorite is “It’s never safe to...

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February 12, 2015 Back to the Future of Higher Ed ›
Every year I look back to see how well I looked ahead.  During my time at eCollege and then Pearson, I wrote a trend piece every January.  What shiny new thing might capture people’s eyes or what...

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May 14, 2014 enVisionMATH Common Core Realize Edition Webinar ›
May 15, 2014 Investigations for the Common Core Webinar ›
May 15, 2014 enVisionMATH Common Core Realize Edition Webinar ›
May 20, 2014 enVisionMATH Common Core Realize Edition Webinar ›
May 20, 2014 Middle Grades Math Common Core Webinar ›
May 20, 2014 enVisionMATH Common Core Realize Edition Webinar ›
May 21, 2014 enVisionMATH Common Core Realize Edition Webinar ›
June 10, 2014 Pearson Literature ›
Learn how you can help students read independently and develop life-long learning skills that will prepare them to be successful in college and career.
June 19, 2014 Pearson Literature ›
Learn how you can help students read independently and develop life-long learning skills that will prepare them to be successful in college and career.
June 26, 2014 Open Badging 101 – What are Badges and How You Can Use Them ›