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Instructional Design Training and Learning New Products

This blog has been pretty quiet due to the fact that suddenly — abracadabra — all the training that I desired materialized (along with the corresponding paperwork.) Yippee!! Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and Flash through Foothill College Krause Center for … Continue reading

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Goal Setting, the New Year, and Multiple Capabilities

Juggling the patchwork of lifework (must I say careers?) that I am developing that lies at the intersection of program development, project management, marketing, communications, social media, instructional design, education, and educational therapy (not to mention my interests in policy … Continue reading

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Kindle Counting

Around March of this year I was thrilled to be the lucky recipient of a free Kindle2, the result of putting my business card in a raffle at the DevLearn2009 expo. Now I want a Kindle3. The graphite color is … Continue reading

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DIY Education –> DIY Career

One of the blogs I read regularly is Maya Frost’s. She has a very interesting background in mindfulness training and global education and is currently living in Uruguay with her husband, but is soon to move back to Japan after … Continue reading

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Leap into Ed Therapy

After returning to work at Lindamood-Bell this past summer, I realized it was time to move further into exploring exactly what it was that was drawing me into the profession that works 1-on-1 with students, otherwise popularly known as “tutoring” … Continue reading

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Reflections on Big Ideas Fest 2010

I’ve been inspired to FINALLY start blogging and tweeting after attending Big Ideas Fest 2010 in Half Moon Bay on Sunday and Monday.  I’m planning to attend next year to make up for the two days of inspiration I missed … Continue reading

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