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- Offer resources for education of and learning science, technology, design, and math through investigation
- Promote evidence-based educational techniques and learning areas for excellence in class, colleges, and communities
- Establish deep, long-term partnerships with certain local schools to produce measurable improvements in student achievement
Education and Leadership
Leadership authority for educative improvement prevails in academic platforms and in the communities they are serving. In general we can say that educational leadership programs prepare students to perform well in leadership roles in educational organizations and schools at community, district, state, and national levels. The requirements for efficient, successful and reliable professional techniques in education are becoming increasingly complex. The education curriculum should in general address these complex elements by offering a strong fundamental understanding of multiple perspectives in a multicultural environment.
Leadership and Community
Leadership students must first learn how to critically analyze the conceptual, organizational, political, social, managerial, interpersonal, and technical identities and dimensions of top-notch schools. A good example is the University of Washington. Additionally, they must learn to identify and critically evaluate the social and educational support organizations that are very important to maximize the educative possibilities for young people who grow up in urban communities. Leadership and education students must engage with other schools and community businesses and organizations to directly influence the organization’s performance and learning experiences, the health of the school, community and business, and public service agency activities.
My GF made plans to go to DC, I tried to find a reason to go there too. I went to see my advisor who told me about an internship I could apply for with one of the state’s senators. It seemed too good to be true, and in hindsight, it was, but at the time I didn’t know how things were going to fall apart, so I was super amped! As it happened, the position had just opened up a couple of days ago and had not been made available to the student body. My advisor told me that I was a great candidate, I was majoring in political science and had done volunteer work with the mayors office for the past two years. Even though, I still had to go through the entire application and interview process, my chances did look really promising, plus I would have a head start in writing my essay and getting my letters of recommendation. The application window was really short for finding a replacement, just under three weeks, so I may not (cross my fingers) have any competition. Although to be fair, my advisor was going to formally post the internship for other students. I wasn’t going to take any chances so I did the entire application that day and requested letters of recommendation from my teachers. I impressed upon them the urgency of the matter and they assured me they would get it done by the end of the week.
Going for an online MBA degree will normally put you in a position to get a better job, to move up the corporate ladder or to receive a better paying job. On the other hand, an easy mistake like deciding on the incorrect business school or not networking with your associates could really ruin your prospects of becoming successful. Here we will show you what you really should avoid when earning your Online MBA Degree. The most stupid mistakes MBA students make are:
- Signing up for a non-accredited online MBA program
Before you sign up for an online MBA program, verify whether the school of your choice is accredited by the proper regional and/or national accreditation organization. A college degree from an non-accredited business school is likely not to be recognized by other schools and potential employers.
In case you already happen to be signed up for a business school that has no proper accreditation, see if you can get transferred to a well-accredited school.. However, before you apply to a another school, find out everything about their transfer policy. Hopefully, you can save part of your work. Check out: MBA101.org for more details
Of course. Just as we start saving and living on a tight budget, life throws us a curve ball. It’s how you deal with these unexpected circumstances that define you and make you stronger.
A year ago I decided to get a student loan for a car, it seemed a good idea at that time but I struggle now with adding car expenses to my budget now. Today I got flat tire, I hit a curb trying to avoid some kids playing in the road. The impact of the curb on the side of my tires made a nasty hole right in the rubber. My tires were in bad condition. After some research I found tires at Wal-Mart for $50.00 each. I went to my local Wal-Mart ready to buy 4 new tires. Wal-Mart gave me two quotes: $250 for 4 new tires installed and balanced and $315 for 4 new times installed and balanced AND free lifetime balance and rotation. I declined the lifetime service as I am moving next year. Unfortunately I had to put the $250 onto the credit card I just paid off! I’m not feeling good.
I’m working now on readjusting my driving habits. here is what I got so far. (more…)
I’m a teacher at the adult education center my focus is on preparing the grownups for the GED test, I run the GED preparation classes in Houston, these post express my opinion based on my experience. In education reform today and the focus on standardized test scores, it has been mentioned that all sorts of remedies to improve performance are there, and we often overlook them. For example: eating a good breakfast, getting enough sleep, reading everyday, and taking good notes are some things a child can do to improve performance at school. The former two are ones that make sense but aren’t usually written about. The latter are examples of things we hear, perhaps too much.
I believe that there is a “technique” that will increase performace. I’ve written that later school start times are essential for student performance. Much has been written about the topic. I have another: student organizational skills. Besides the “I forgot my _______________” or “I forgot to_______________” excuses, I cannot even begin to tell you how many students I’ve seen with disorganized folders or notebooks (or none at all), or how many students I know don’t write down their assignments.
For 14 months, I lived with someone who was dying from cancer. My father. I was with him nearly every single day of his illness until his last day. Witnessing the dying process up close and personal for a little over a year has changed me. I imagine it’s an experience that would change anyone. It, especially, changed my perception on the meaning of compassion. And I’m going to share with you how exactly. But, first I want you to think about:
What Does Cancer Awareness Mean to You?
Cancer awareness campaigns are everywhere. There are countless products, fundraisers, and marathons marketed to promote a cancer-related cause.
But, what, exactly, are we being made aware of?
No amount of cancer awareness marketing, ribbons, races, t-shirts, wristbands, and the like could have made me aware of the harsh reality that I experienced watching someone I love suffer from this awful disease. If anything, the marketing and the products related to cancer awareness seemed to undermine what a cancer patient and their family actually goes through.
Cancer isn’t Pretty
All the pretty cancer awareness merchandise began to lose their meaning once I became personally affected by cancer. The day I received that phone call on November 2, 2011 and heard the words, “he has 6-9 months.” (more…)
Truth is, last night I had a dream that I wrote this post, so now I feel impelled to write it. I dream that I was interviewing a fellow students about how their environment affects their work and it came down to 3 things that actually makes sense, even though it’s all coming from dreamland. Here are the 3 spaces we discussed, funny thing in my dream we were all attending same preparation classes and learning for the GED.
Physical spaces Do I have enough space to create that’s free from chaos and distractions? Do I have all the tools I need to get my job done efficiently? There’s nothing worse than having the energy, inspiration, and the motivation to keep learning, but you don’t – simply because you don’t have or can’t find what you need. (more…)
Perks of Healthcare Postgraduate work Healthcare ongoing education and learning, besides making it possible for maintenance of proficiency, allows ability enhancement without having to dedicate a lot of time. Besides, you also have the versatility in deciding on the program or curriculum that captures your interest; or what you believe is most essential to your existing experience.
Keep our website as one of your favorites and come back often. The website provides a unique selection of medical care courses, from nursing and medical invoicing to radiology dental care. Besides minimizing time you also get reasonably priced and highly interactive medical course credit ratings. The focused is on credentials and is “to take sometimes tough course material and dispense it in a varied, easy to keep fashion. Expertise and practices in the education domain develop continually.
According to industry professionals Mike Jameson, Kim J. Chames and Lindsey Carlson, about 50 percent of the know-how acquired in education college becomes obsolete in 5 years. As a result of this, education in healthcare proceeding has become imperative for physicians, medical specialists, nurses and dental experts. As a matter of fact, people’s wellbeing and lives typically depend upon these specialists so they have to keep abreast with the innovations. Having a portfolio of websites that follow new development in education is helpful. For example about all thing about GED/Hisec developments I check regularly EducateTheUSA website, everything about a high school equivalency diploma in my region there. (more…)
The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it.” (George Bernard Shaw)
If you’re going to accuse an honest critic of cynicism, then be sure to also call out the raving fans and cheerleaders for their hype as well. Hype can be more harmful than the harsh truth — it’s just generally more acceptable to lie when you hold back the negative and inflate the positive.
When I want to buy a book on Amazon, I’ll be sure to read a few 1 and 2 star reviews. I don’t dismiss them as “haters”. Negative reviews are more likely to reveal honest truths nobody wants to admit publicly — though, I realize, some harsh critics take things too far.
Some are reacting, not reviewing. Some are just trolls. But, I don’t have to let a mean-spirited review deter me from buying or enjoying a book.
Criticism doesn’t have to deter you just as hype doesn’t have to brainwash you.
To observe both the good and the bad is just a part of objectivity. (more…)
Many motivational speakers and writers like to inspire their followers with unlimited hope. Phrases like – unlimited power, unlimited potential, and life without limits come to mind.
Trying to motivate people by telling them there is no limit to what they can do might have the greatest intentions, but it’s misleading.
We DO have limits. To say we don’t is literally a lie.
Your body has limits. If you’re a runner or workout, if you’ve ever been sick, or if you’ve ever been to a funeral then you know this.
Your time is limited. If you’ve ever tried to schedule too many tasks in a day then you know this. Even an extraordinary achiever like Steve Jobs knew this: “Your time is limited so don’t waste it…”