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3 Steps to an Effective Interview

Job interviews can be overwhelming, but with adequate preparation, they don’t have to be! Here are three steps to help you plan for a successful interview. Job interviews can be overwhelming, but with adequate preparation, they don’t have to be! The interview process can be your opportunity to impress potential […]

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8 Genius Tips for Waking Up Early

Waking up early boasts positive health benefits, including better concentration, long-lasting energy and more. Here are eight simple tips to help! Early morning wake-ups can be difficult, as the thought of sleeping in is usually a much more appealing option. However, waking up early boasts positive health benefits, including better […]

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A Day in the Life of a Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA)

The need for physical therapy services is expanding rapidly, making PTA a popular career choice for those who are interested in joining the healthcare field. With an avid interest in healthcare and a passion for helping others, Herzing University-Orlando 2019 graduate Danny Nguyen knew a career as a Physical Therapist […]

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How to Become a Medical Records Technician

If you’re interested in pursuing a career as a medical records technician, here’s how to get started. Have you always been interested in the medical field? Do you have strong organizational and analytical skills? A career as a medical records technician might be an enticing option for you. Medical records […]

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Paralegal vs. Legal Assistant: What’s the Difference?

If you’re considering law as a career, there are many job options available including some that don’t require you to go to law school. If you’re considering a career in law, there are many job options available including multiple opportunities that don’t require you to go to law school. Two sought-after […]

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How to Conquer the Mid-Semester Slump

With exams and deadlines quickly approaching, students can’t afford to lose focus. Here are a few ways to avoid burnout and keep your motivation high. Sometimes students hit what’s known as the mid-semester slump when their interest in school drops and productivity suffers. But with exams and deadlines quickly approaching, […]

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7 Workplaces Your FNP Degree Can Take You

If you’re looking to advance your nursing career, consider becoming an FNP. FNPs have specialized educational and clinical training in family practice. If you’re looking to advance your nursing career, consider becoming a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), which offers a more specialized path within the healthcare field. FNPs, also known […]

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Quiz: Which MBA Concentration is Right for Me?

Deciding if you should get an MBA? Take our quiz and find out what kind of MBA specialization is perfect for you. Are you considering pursuing a Master of Business Administration (MBA)? There are many options to choose from and different career possibilities depending on the degree path you choose. […]

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cognitive, social and teacher presence and PLEs

This posting is in response to Derek Wenmouth’s diagram – OLE a school perspective – illustrating a school-based PLE. This is currently being discussed in a very interesting online discussion seminar run by Derek Wenmouth and Derek Chirnside on SCOPE. It strikes me in all this talk about personal learning ecologies and personal […]

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Collaborative Hearts And Minds Help Kids Cope

Source: ASIDE 2015 With the increasing questions we received from our sixth graders about the abhorrent news this past week, we realized they needed to do something to make them feel they were sending a positive message to help the world be a more peaceful place. Eleven- and twelve-year-olds hear […]

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Heart-Shaped Maps – Valentine Primary Sources

Source: Wikipedia – Oronce Fine, 1531 It wasn’t until our students started making heart-shaped worlds as part of a way to promote peace that we wondered if there were any historical references. To our surprise, there were plenty. One of the earliest heart-shaped (cordiform) map projections by Oronce Fine, a French mathematician and cartographer, […]

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SXSWEdu 2015: Education For All – How Far Have We Come?

Source: TES Global An important and undeniable thrust of the 2015 SXSWEdu conference has been the attempt to reconcile the nation’s educational inequalities. Marquee panels and sofa conversations alike have centered on this notion of access – access to college, to technology, to careers, to mentors, to professional development, to contemporary learning tools.Last […]

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eFest Day One

Here we all are at the first day of eFest. The feeling is relaxed and friendly and it looks like the emphasis is going to be on round table conversations – well the set up of the room has set the scene. Lots of familiar faces and it is good […]

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