I was listening to a lecture last night and the speaker was sharing a story of when he was the President of a University and was about to leave his position. The Academic Dean who worked for him, told him that he was interested in applying for his position and to please recommend him to… Continue reading Are you in the Right Position?
Greetings everyone, I recently decided to do a Word Study on the word "purpose" because it has been a buzz word going around lately. It is also one of the most talked about words in regards to finding out one's purpose and reason for being here on this Earth. Sometimes people feel like they are… Continue reading Purpose = מטרה =Σκοπός
I came across an interesting article the other day about how online dating apps were really meant to keep you in "Single Town" and I think the article may of been on to something. Nowadays ALL online dating sites are making the claim that they are here to help you meet your soulmate; but their promise of… Continue reading The Paradox of Online Dating Apps: It is Meant to Keep you Single
Teachers and Parents: What to do when Instructional Time is lost. Teachers: Create a plan to strategically cover material student are weak in (based on data) and/or material that is high priority that you have not had an opportunity to cover. Parents: Provide support by making sure students are taking at least fifteen minutes a… Continue reading Teacher and Parents: What to do when Instructional Time is lost.
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I am in an Advanced Placement Workshop in Chapel Hill, NC and boy have I been enlightened. Being a proponent of Dual Enrollment for years, after this workshop, I have changed my mind. FYI: Dual enrollment students are students enrolled in high school while also taking a few community college courses at the same time. AP students… Continue reading AP Courses versus Dual Enrollment Courses: Decide for Yourself