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Conquering the Seven C s for Better Face To Face and Online Teaching

Author : Jason Pugh
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Why do we know what great teaching looks like, yet we cannot define it? That is where Conquering the Seven "C's" comes in. I have educated over 4,000 people, from Fortune 500 directors, to IT management, to community college students, to low-income middle-school students. I have deeply connected with all of them. I have earned multiple awards in Education, completed my Ph.D. in Instructional Management and Leadership, and taught people all over the world. Over my years, I have found that everything that I have learned and executed comes down to seven major attributes. Ironically, they all start with C. When you notice amazing educators, you will notice they possess all seven of these traits, regardless of whether they have been in the profession twenty years or twenty weeks. This book is the map toward shaping the next wave of educators, regardless of style, audience, or modality! The question is: Are you ready to embark on your voyage?

e Conquer Creative Writing For Primary Levels 4

Author : Benjamin Lee
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CONQUER CREATIVE WRITING BOOK 4 consists of units covering four areas, all of which aim to strengthen students’ writing ability. It provides students with situations outside their normal classroom learning, inviting them to stretch their imagination and express their thoughts through writing, thus, enabling them to enjoy and be creative in writing. In this book, students will learn to: write descriptive, narrative, expository and imaginative compositions; differentiate and organize ideas using the methods of classification, comparison and contrast, sequencing and cause and effect; relate to a given situation and its possible outcomes; and think and write creatively. Students will find the exercises interesting and the open-ended questions challenging. It is our desire that students who have completed this series will find themselves equipped to discuss issues beyond their years.

The Ultimate Guide to Excellent Teaching and Training

Author : Dr. Jeffrey C. Fox
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This book is for anyone interested or involved in teaching, training, or instructing, whether you are just getting into the field or thinking about it or you have been teaching for decades. It is for those who administer teaching, training, or instructing. The book was written for academics and those who teach in academies and other professional adult learning environments. The book’s contents are applicable to all types of colleges, be they community colleges, four-year colleges, or universities, both private and public, for-profit or nonprofit. Most professional practitioner-type instructors go through some sort of instructor school, teachers earn degrees in teaching, but many who teach or instruct are never trained or taught how to teach or train. Few professors are taught how to teach. They have been taught, so this is where they often draw their own teaching styles. Regardless of where you teach, train, or instruct, this book and its contents are for you. The book goes into great detail regarding face-to-face classes as well as online and other delivery methods. The lessons found in this book can be applied to new students, undergraduate, or graduate students. The lessons apply equally to basic, in-service, and specialized training. My hope is that no matter how great of an instructor you are, you will find many new nuggets of information that will add to your teaching toolbox. One of my goals in life is to leave a positive lasting impact. I want to help students and other instructors recognize and reach their full potential. I want you to be the best instructor you can be. I strongly believe we impact people all the time whether we know it or not. You can and will make a big difference in your students’ lives.

Advancing Online Course Design and Pedagogy for the 21st Century Learning Environment

Author : Chatham, Daniel
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The current learning environment is substantially different than what existed for most of the 20th century. Learners and teachers today must navigate in perpetually changing contexts where education is influenced by technological advancement and obsolescence, economic barriers, a changing employment landscape, and even international politics. Studies indicate that employers seek to hire graduates with strong skills in areas coalescing around international awareness, creativity, communication, leadership, and teamwork. Skills and experiences in these areas are necessary preparation for the current economy and to pursue jobs that do not exist yet, while providing some insulation against the obsolescence of industries that lack these characteristics. These interpersonal skills are not often the subject of students’ degrees, yet there are opportunities in online education to cultivate them. With increased interest in new career options comes the need to reconsider how to teach subjects in the increasingly online environment. Advancing Online Course Design and Pedagogy for the 21st Century Learning Environment is a critical reference book that navigates today’s dynamic education requirements and provides examples of how online learning can foster growth in skill areas necessary for career advancement through effective course design. Moreover, it helps educators gain insight into online pedagogy and course design for the 21st century learner and prepares them to convert traditional courses and enhance existing online courses, thereby supporting students’ growth and development in the highly dynamic online learning environment. Focusing on specific learning activities, assessments, engagement, communication techniques, and more, this book provides a valuable resource for those seeking to upgrade teaching and learning into the online environment, those that seek better employment outcomes for their students, and those seeking to explore contemporary online course design strategies or examples. This includes teachers, instructional designers, curriculum developers, academicians, researchers, and students.

Reforming Teacher Education for Online Pedagogy Development

Author : Scheg, Abigail G.
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"This book creates the argument for more sufficient online teacher preparation in higher education and is geared toward all members of higher education including faculty, administrators, and educational affiliates"--Provided by publisher.

Transformative Learning and Online Education Aesthetics Dimensions and Concepts

Author : Yuzer, T. Volkan
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"This book brings together online distance education, transformative online learning, and the aesthetics concepts discussing innovation, creativity, inclusion, society, culture, mobility, usability, discourse, feminism, ecology and spirituality"--Provided by publisher.

Advancing Doctoral Leadership Education Through Technology

Author : Laura Hyatt
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Interprofessional E Learning and Collaborative Work Practices and Technologies

Author : Bromage, Adrian
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Interprofessionalism, an emerging model and philosophy of multi-disciplinary and multi-agency working, has in increasingly become an important means of cultivating joint endeavors across varied and diverse disciplinary and institutional settings. Interprofessional E-Learning and Collaborative Work: Practices and Technologies is therefore, an important source for understanding how interprofessionalism can be promoted and enhanced at various levels in learners' educational experiences, particularly with regard to e-learning and reusable learning objects, given the potential to cross boundaries of time, location and academic disciplines. This book provides relevant theoretical frameworks and the latest case driven research findings to improve understanding of interprofessional possibilities through e-learning at the level of universities, networks and organizations, teams and work groups, information systems and at the level of individuals as actors in the networked environments.

The Ten Principles Behind Great Customer Experiences

Author : Matt Watkinson
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Overall WINNER - CMI Management Book of the Year 2014 WINNER - Innovation & Entrpreneurship Category at the CMI Awards 2014 Create a great customer experience whoever you are. Customers are powerful. They have a loud voice, a wealth of choice and their expectations are higher than ever. This book covers ten principles you can use to make real world improvements to your customers’ experiences, whatever your business does and whoever you are. For managers, leaders and those starting a new business, the book shows that making improvements customers will appreciate doesn’t need to be complicated or cost a fortune.

Popular Science

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Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.