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Paul Sisler
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Came across this interesting article and wondering what others may think.
"higher education is doing a poor job of preparing students with the skills they need to succeed in the workforce. Online and credentialing systems are more transparent and do a better job on delivering skills. People with new types of credentialing systems are seen as more qualified than traditional four-year and graduate programs."
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I thought this was an interesting article, that might be applicable here.
"Above all, keep in mind the ultimate goal – student learning. What do your students need from you to be successful?"

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Greetings all. I thought this might be of some interest to those of you here who are involved with online education.
It's all about developing an online program that is "flourishing".

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Bloom's Taxonomy was proposed in 1956 by Benjamin Bloom and is still a relevant topic for education.
Here's a new and interesting article about using the taxonomy for "writing effective learning objectives.

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I found this to be an interesting article about 'online teaching'.
"By avoiding or rejecting online education faculty ignore its proven benefits and forfeit control over one of the most potent developments in higher education in the last 50 years."
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I believed this article might be of some interest to the teachers here.
"I was depriving myself of an enormous opportunity to become a better teacher, because having others observe my teaching is now giving me a springboard from which to grow very quickly."

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I looked through many of the posts and did not see this posted yet. :)

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As I embark on a Dissertation concerning the negative attitudes towards incorporating technology into the classroom, it seems education is faced with other problems.
I'm curious as to what some of you might have to say about "underprepared", or even unprepared teachers that are in the teaching force.

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I thought this was an interesting article, worth sharing here.
"About 5.4 million students, or 1 in 4, took at least one distance education course during the fall of 2012, according to the National Center for Education Statistics."

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