A Popular Anonymous Social Media Network was Featured on NewsWatch Television on October 16, 2014


Washington, DC (PRWEB) October 23, 2014

“Anomo” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly AppWatch, which features the latest and coolest mobile applications on the iOS, Android, and Windows markets. Andrew Tropeano, a mobile technology expert and host of NewsWatch, conducted the app review and shared with viewers how it allows users to interact with other people anonymously.

When the internet first came around and sites like AOL were popular, users were anonymous behind usernames. Then social media sites like Facebook changed all that, putting a user’s full identity and physical appearance front and center. A social network called Anomo is bringing anonymity back by connecting users with new people based on common interests, not physical appearance.

Upon downloading the app, users setup their profile and list their interests, gender, and age. Aside from those items, they don’t have to list more than they’re comfortable with. Then the app finds four people that have similar interests and are in the same age range to play an icebreaker game. Icebreakers are a multiple choice “get to know” game. If users have common answers, they can chat and see if there are more common interests.

Eventually, users can reveal more about themselves, forexample their job or a photo. They can also make public posts, comment on photos, and meet people using the GPS locator.

The network started out in January and has seen hundreds of thousands of downloads and users. It’s free and available for iOS and Android devices. To learn more or try it out, visit http://www.anomo.com or search “Anomo” in the Appstore today.

About NewsWatch

NewsWatch is a weekly 30-minute consumer oriented television show that airs on the History Channel, FYI Network, and ION Network. NewsWatch regularly features top technology products and services, mobile applications for iOS, Android, and Windows devices, unique and beautiful travel destinations around the world, health and medical tips, and entertainment interviews on the show. NewsWatch airs on the History Channel at 6:00 – 6:30 AM ET/PT and on the FYI Network from 7:00 – 7:30 AM ET.

NewsWatch is located in the greater Washington, DC area and has been on air for over 25 years. For more information or to watch the most recent episode, visit http://newswatchtv.com/appwatch.html.







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Raising Awareness About Mental Illness on World Mental Health Day


Los Angeles,CA (PRWEB) October 10, 2014

Psychiatric Disorders or mental illness are the most misunderstood and is associated with highest amount of misinformation. Psychiatric Patients are mostly mislabeled as dangerous. Euro Global Summit and Medicare Expo on Psychiatry aim to break the stereotypes of Psychiatry. Euro Psychiatry Summit- 2015 will be an excellent platform to discuss recent research and therapeutic aspects of Psychiatry.

Mental illness affects people of all ages having a significant impact on many young people. About 27% of the adult population had experienced at least one of a series of mental disorders which includes problems arising from psychosis, substance use, depression, eating disorders and anxiety. Mental Illness Awareness week was formed by the U.S. Congress in recognition of the National Association of Mental Illness (NAMI), it coincides with National Depression Screening Day and World Mental Health Day on October 10th. World Mental Health Day is observed with the objective of raising awareness of mental illness around the world and generating support from for mental healthcare.

The conference will be comprised of sessions by world class experts in the field of psychiatry like Edna D. Foa, University of Pennsylvania, USA; Michael Eysenck, University of London, UK; Michael J. Telch, University of Texas Austin, USA; Thomas Heffernan, Northumbria University, UK; Jesus Garcia Martinez, University of Sevilla, Spain; Guillem Feixas Viaplana, University of Barcelona, Spain; Christine Horrocks, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK; Ramon Lopez Sanchez University of Complutense Madrid, Spain; Mar Alvarez Segura, Universitat Abat Oliba CEU Spain and Kathy Sexton-Radek, Elmhurst College, USA.

Thought provoking topics and recent research in the field of psychiatry will be discussed in Euro Psychiatry Summit- 2015 which includes: Psychiatric Disorders, Clinical Psychiatry, Case Reports, Childhood and Adolescent Psychiatry, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, Schizophrenia, Neuropsychiatry, Addiction disorders, Crime and Mental Illness, Diagnostic Approaches towards Psychiatry, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Drugs in Psychoactive Medication and Advanced Therapeutics for Psychiatric Disorders.

OMICS Group is an amalgamation of Open Access publications and worldwide international scientific events. It publishes 400 online open access journals in all fields of Science, Engineering, Management and Technology. OMICS has rapid peer review process involving 30,000 editorial team members with 3.5 Million readers. OMICS Group also organizes 300 International Conferences annually across the globe, where knowledge transfer takes place through debates, round table discussions, poster presentations, workshops, symposia and exhibitions. OMICS International organizes Science Congress, World Summits, and International science conferences in India, USA, Dubai, Australia and Europe.

OMICS Group has collaborated with more than 1000 Scientific Associations and institutions worldwide to promote information on health care through ‘Open Access’ platform. Besides that B2B and Scientific meetings organized by OMICS Group are excellent platform for network expansion and business development. Euro Psychiatry Summit-2015 is glad to invite contributions from the enthusiastic participants to organize International Workshops that are both empirical and conceptual in exploring new dimensions in this field.

Euro Psychiatry Summit- 2015 will provide an opportunity for all stakeholders working on mental health issues to talk about their work. It will congregate renowned speakers, principal investigators, experts, psychiatrist and researchers from both academia and health care industry to join together and discuss their views and research.

For more information related to the subject of this release can contact:

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PPC & SEM Solutions Driven by Cognitive Science & Experiment Design: A New Search Marketing Paradigm to Boost ROAS & the Persuasion Magnitude of Online Marketing Appeal


(PRWEB) September 29, 2014

PPC, SEO, Social Media, and Email Marketing Solution Technical Guides driven by cognitive science and experiment design is able to provide effective cross-reference points to validate the campaign performance by experimented treatments on both macro and micro levels. In addition, Thincr’s researches found that: (1) PPC (Pay Per Click) enables web marketers to zoom in on the most significant variables in their experiment designs to gauge the effectiveness of their campaign treatments, thus raising their ROAS (Return On Ad Spend); (2) the injection of persuasion tactics into the campaign treatments allows them to accelerate the conversion process. As very few researches or technical sources have tapped into the development of search marketing solutions from the perspectives of cognitive science and experiment design, Thincr LLC would like to share its research findings in its Search Engine Marketing Books by digital format as follows:

PPC book, Cognitive Search Marketing & Paid Search: Theory, Experiment, Practice and Tactics: A PPC Paradigm Powered by Persuasion and Cognition, is written to enable internet marketers to improve their profitability and ROAS while leveraging Quality Score, CTR (Click-Through Rate), conversion rate, traffic quality, and extend the customer reach of their PPC / AdWords Campaign. In addition, this Pay Per Click book also demonstrates the techniques to facilitate positive attitude change toward the target products or brands while propelling conversion strength, rebuilding a brand image or reinforcing a positive one. Furthermore, it will also show content providers the top tips to monetize their content through AdSense. Highlights of this paid search book are listed as follows:

Cognitive ad creative writing techniques featuring Cognitive Dissonance Theory by Leon Festinger, A-B-X model by Theodore M. Newcomb, and Hierarchy of Needs by Abraham Maslow.
The deployment of placement-targeting to enhance contextual targeting, featuring Standard Placement Targeting and MRI Placement-targeting by Site.
Persuasive ad writing tactics through the creation of engaging ad copy physique, the attack on visitors’ cognition, the strategic use of popular keywords with the alternative offers, the implementation of I-Can’t-Wait ad copy, and the adoption of ad parameters to update ads.
The demonstration of using BCG Matrix to analyze the landscape of competition and develop an effective marketing appeal to stay competitive while maintaining profitable and facilitating a positive attitude change toward the target product by Spiral of Silence Theory and the illustration of the tactics to enhance online marketing campaign through agenda setting.
The Illustration and example of how to apply Pearson’s Product Moments & Spearman Rank Correlation Coefficient in an experiment design to identify the marketing elements that are able to provide the most significant positive impact on customers’ attitude change toward a defined conversion.
Strategic keyword generation featuring critical topics on development of Seed Keyword List (SKL), the development of cognitively transferred terms, the analysis of the search query reports and meta tags of competitors’ websites, the techniques for generating long-tail keywords, the deployment of tactical keyword grouping and so many more.
The illustration of 20 top tips for strategic bidding and tips for tactical organic and paid listing arbitration to reduce campaign cost.
The Illustration of conversion attribution model and its application by example, and the adoption of view-assist and view-through to identify the latent conversion contributors for effective marketing resource allocation.
Google Instant’s impact on paid search featuring the tactics for the implementation of geo-modifier and the techniques for strategic alignment with Google Instant to increase CTR (Click-Through Rate) on ads, as well as their conversion rates.
Techniques for maneuvering language mode, removing major landing page barriers and constructing effective USP, offer, and credibility elements to leverage conversion rate.
Techniques for facilitating a positive and persuasive setting for content consumption while providing landing page optimization tips for lead generation and landing page real estate planning, as well as element allocation.
Implementation of Google Web Optimizer (GWO) and the interpretation of Combination and Page Section Report to: (1) learn how different page element variations perform on a page section and identify how a particular page section affects the test results in terms of relevance rating; (2) identify the combination of page elements that is most likely to produce a significant improvement on conversion rate.
Proven tactics for building an AdSense oriented site through: (1) the adoption of a matching theme and effective page real estate management; (2) the analysis on the nature of different ad units and the illustration of the high-performing spots on a webpage to place these ad units.
Furthermore, the studies in the book of Cognitive Search Marketing & Paid Search: Theory, Experiment, Practice and Tactics: A PPC Paradigm Powered by Persuasion and Cognition are going to reveal the secrets about how to extend the practice of strategic PPC in an online job search process to help the readers land their dream jobs. The highlights of Cognitive Search Marketing & Paid Search: Theory, Experiment, Practice and Tactics: A PPC Paradigm Powered by Persuasion and Cognition won’t just stop here. Please see the attachment on the right for so much more.

Based on web developing, content, and interpersonal perspectives, the book, Integrated Search Marketing Solution & Organic Search: Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, and Email Marketing: Winning Formula for SERP Dominance, is written to enable web marketing practitioners to: (1) enhance ranking competency on SERP (Search Engine Results Page); (2) monetize content; (3) facilitate business localization to capitalize local business opportunities; and (4) expand customer base and extend content reach while increasing their lead retention rates. Highlights of this integrated search marketing book are listed as follows:

Systems to build up a Facebook empire and expand Facebook fan base, featuring: (1) the techniques for deploying speakers in the leading and supporting roles; (2) tactics for expanding fan base via implicit and explicit, as well as external heterogeneous and homogeneous FB fan groups.
SEO server-side optimization featuring: (1) must-have tactics for Improving site performance to gain better SERP (Search Engine Results Page) ranking; (2) domain name optimization; (3) technical procedure for the adoption of 301 redirect to retain SEO metrics; (4) implementation of XML site map and Google Sitemap for better site indexing; (5) configuration of robot.txt to increase site relevancy; (6) web programming techniques to facilitate a fast and secured user experience; (7) strategic content categorization; (8) proper configuration of ViewState in a web application; (9) the practice of Exception Handling and the adoption of custom 404 page to increase visitor’s retention rate; (10) the use of SSI for content syndication; and (11) tactical construction of a self-supported hub of authority.
An SEO walk-thru to avoid duplicate content by: (1) the deployment of harsh symbol and canonical URL; (2) the configuration of Google’s parameters handling; and (3) the adoption of Google preferred domain in Google Webmaster Tools.
The techniques for strategic Internal link placement based on the notion of page segmentation and optimization of structured markup with a keyword-oriented USP to produce a distinguished organic listing while implementing a keyword-oriented facet navigation to produce an effective search process.
SEO off-page optimization featuring: (1) the tactics to increase link popularity and link reputation through the deployment of keyword-oriented page elements and strategic link building; (2) the methods to leverage link popularity through the collaboration with PPC / AdWords campaign; (3) strategic deployment of micro-site to leverage link popularity and link reputation; (4) tips to retain link juice when providing an outbound link; and (5) tactics to increase SERP (Search Engine Results Page) dominance by taking advantage of brand keyword queries.
SEO on-page optimization featuring: (1) strategic implementation of keyword density and proximity; (2) internal link optimization and building strategy; (3) tactics to increase content / code ratio; and (4) SEO content management through CMS (content management system).
Permission-based content email campaign featuring: (1) the tips for strategic content creation and management; (2) email real estate optimization and management; (3) subscribe and unsubscribe management to increase retention and recovery rate; (4) the practice of bounce management to facilitate valid content delivery; (5) tactics for increasing email delivery rate; and (6) the tips for the examination of email program partners and the maintenance of email list to ensure quality email leads.

Integrated Search Marketing Solution & Organic Search: Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, and Email Marketing: Winning Formula for SERP Dominance is able to offer readers so much more. Please see the attachment on the right for more highlights on top-performing tactics in SEO, Facebook, Social Media, and Email Marketing.

Thincr LLC is confident that these two books, Cognitive Search Marketing & Paid Search: Theory, Experiment, Practice and Tactics: A PPC Paradigm Powered by Persuasion and Cognition and Integrated Search Marketing Solution & Organic Search: Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, and Email Marketing: Winning Formula for SERP Dominance, will make a huge difference in the success of an online business based on today’s model of digital marketing. Check out these two strategic search engine marketing reference guides for the comprehensive coverage of these cutting-age web marketing techniques driven by cognitive science and experiment design for PPC, SEO, Facebook, and Search Marketing now and take your campaign to the next level today.

About Thincr LLC:

Committed in developing integrated online marketing strategic solutions, Thincr LLC is specialized in providing consultancy in the realms of image reinforcement, branding, persuasion, and attitude change through Paid Search, Search Engine Optimization, Social Media, and Email Marketing. Thincr LLC is dedicated in publishing while supporting growth and innovation and providing online businesses efficient and valuable references to assist them to excel in their marketing campaigns.







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Sound Advice Money Tips Every Freshman Should Know


Beloit, WI (PRWEB) September 17, 2014

College students are busy settling in on campus for the fall semester, and money management should be on their personal syllabus, according to First National Bank and Trust. The bank has released ten Sound Advice money-saving tips to help college students get an early start on securing their financial future.

“It’s important for college students to take control of their financial future by saving wherever and whenever they can,” said Laura Pomerene, vice president and marketing director of FNBT. “It is Sound Advice to treat personal finance like a second major and avoid unnecessary expenses now to reduce financial burden when they graduate.”

FNBT offers the following Sound Advice tips to help college students form a strong foundation for money management:

    Create a budget. You’re an adult now and are responsible for managing your own finances. The first step is to create a realistic budget or plan and stick to it.
    Watch spending. Keep receipts and track spending in a notebook. Pace spending and increase saving by cutting unnecessary expenses like eating out or shopping so that your money can last throughout the semester.
    Use credit wisely. Understand the responsibilities and benefits of credit. Use it, but don’t abuse it. How you handle your credit in college could affect you well after graduation. Shop around for a card that best suits your needs.
    Take advantage of your bank’s online banking resources. Most banks offer online, mobile and text banking tools to manage your account night and day. Use these tools to check balances, pay bills, deposit checks, and monitor transaction history.
    Lookout for money. There’s a lot of money available for students — you just have to look for it. Apply for scholarships, and look for student discounts or other deals.
    Buy used. Consider buying used books or ordering them online. Buying books can become expensive and often times used books are in just as good of shape as new ones.
    Entertain on a budget. Limit your “hanging out” fund. There are many fun activities to keep you busy in college and many are free for students. Get the most from your student ID. Use your meal plan or sample new recipes instead of eating out.
    Use only your bank’s ATMs. Avoid fees by using ATMs owned by or affiliated with your bank. If you must use an ATM that is not affiliated with your bank, take out larger withdrawals to avoid having to go back multiple times.
    Expect the unexpected. Things happen, and it is important that you are financially prepared when your car or computer breaks down or you have to buy an unexpected bus ticket home. You should start putting some money away immediately, no matter how small the amount.
    Ask. This is a learning experience, so if you need help, ask. Your parents and your bank are a good place to start, and remember—the sooner the better.

First National Bank and Trust Company is a family-owned, community bank headquartered in Beloit, Wisconsin. Chartered in 1882, First National Bank and Trust Company now serves more than 27,000 households in 9 communities and 12 locations in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois with assets of approximately $ 850 million. Commitment to full service banking, investments, asset management, exceptional service and Sound Advice has positioned First National Bank and Trust Company as a Stateline leader in the industry. For additional information, visit http://www.bankatfirstnational.com.







WizeHive Introduces Zengine – The Business Application for the Geek in All of Us

Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) September 05, 2014

After launching WizeHive four years ago and running thousands of annual programs for organizations like the Consumer Electronics Association and Metropolitan Museum of Art, WizeHive today launched the public beta of Zengine – a next generation cloud-based platform that empowers non-technical people to easily build custom business applications, while also giving developers the ability to add integrations and complex functionality as the business demands. Zengine can be used to track all of your important business information, like customers, job candidates, or projects and can replace paper processes, outgrown spreadsheets, or generic software products.

Said WizeHive founder Michael Levinson: “We built Zengine for the business user that needs something more than a spreadsheet, less than a Salesforce implementation, and more tailored to their needs than the generic and single-purpose software products out there right now. The platform requires no coding and is easy to use for the non-technical person, yet can be expanded using specialized plugins built by developers. Zengine is essentially the last platform your business will ever need.”

As business people interact more with technology in their personal life, they have become tech savvy enough to know they can do a better job automating their business processes, but at the same time they do not have the IT resources, nor the in-depth need (and deep pockets) for massive feature-rich platforms like Salesforce. Zengine was created to fill this gap by providing an application development platform that makes it super easy for a business user to build their own custom business applications. “It’s customization without the cost,” added Levinson.

How Zengine Works

For the Business User: Business users can sign up for Zengine and immediately set up their workspace via the pre-configured templates, by using the drag-and-drop form builder, or simply by importing an existing spreadsheet that Zengine then converts for you. The platform has templates for project management, human resources, recruiting, sales, and bug tracking, and includes other built-in features like task management, file sharing, and notifications.

For the Developer: Perhaps the most unique feature of Zengine is how it combines a simple interface for business users with a powerful plugin development environment for developers. For instance, plugins allow developers to extend Zengine by creating custom dashboards, embedding integrations to other products, or adding popup workflow screens with action buttons – all with a minimal amount of coding. Plugins can be private to a specific application or shared in the Zengine Plugin Marketplace (coming soon).

How to Start Using Zengine

Sign up for the public beta at http://www.zenginehq.com. User feedback will be incorporated into the product throughout the beta period.

About WizeHive

WizeHive makes it easy for business people to configure and deploy cloud-based solutions that help them organize, automate and streamline their business activities. Learn more about WizeHive products Buzz, Select, and Zengine at http://www.wizehive.com.







Ultimate Spelling Creator eReflect Conveys Support For The Tips Provided by LearningRX


New York City, NY (PRWEB) August 25, 2014

Ultimate Spelling™ developer eReflect endorses the learning tips shared by LearningRX which focus on how to effectively stimulate children’s brains. For LearningRX, the right stimuli can help improve brain anatomy and physiology, which have the potential to allow children to make the most out of their cognitive skills and power at any given moment.

eReflect finds the tips shared by LearningRX crucial for parents and educators who wish to give their children the right tools to cope with their cognitive challenges.

One of the tips shared by LearningRX in a recent issue of the Naperville Sunday Times is that drills help children’s brain create strong pathways, due to their repetitive nature. At the same time, the repetition helps grow the surrounding brain area for advanced cognitive function. eReflect’s spelling program, Ultimate Spelling™, illustrates this approach. The program uses repetition drills to help learners fully master a word, and at the same time it offers the learner the full scope of linguistic information on any given word. The learner gets to know a word’s spelling, pronunciation, and meaning, as well as its synonyms and antonyms, and even how to correctly use it in the right context.

Even if it involves repetition, learning to spell shouldn’t be a tedious process but instead one that’s fun and interesting. This way a child’s brain is engaged and constantly stimulated, and this helps them have better learning outcomes. By showing children that spelling is fun, they will be eager to practice more. While there’s always a certain amount of repetition in spelling practice, this doesn’t mean it has to be boring, eReflect observes. To guarantee this, the spelling practice in the Ultimate Spelling™ program is always structured to include games and other fun activities. Ultimate Spelling™ offers plenty of spelling games to learners so they will always something fun and intriguing to look forward to when it’s time for spelling practice.

Another tip shared by LearningRX is sequencing, the activity of gradually increasing the difficulty of a given task. Sequencing keeps the brain active and intrigued, just like games do, and increases the ability of the brain to remember what is being learned. Spelling software Ultimate Spelling™ implements the sequencing principle in all aspects of the program. The learner gets a personalized learning experience that becomes gradually more challenging to ensure maximum learning efficiency.

For more information about how Ultimate Spelling software can improve spelling performance for you and your family, please visit the official website at http://www.ultimatespelling.com.

About Ultimate Spelling™

Ultimate Spelling provides a modern and easy to use spelling software that has been designed with one goal in mind – making children want to learn.

It is a fast and easy way to master even the most complicated spelling, without the need to write long lists or complete boring tests.

In fact, Ultimate Spelling provides more than just spelling help. It is a complete educational resource that boosts all level of a child’s literacy.

Containing a personal computer tutor, Ultimate Spelling is the most realistic step-by-step guide to flawless spelling ability.







360training.com Scores NASBA Approval


Austin, TX (PRWEB) July 31, 2014

360training.com is pleased to announce that it has been recognized by the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as an approved Continuing Professional Education (CPE) program sponsor. As of press time, all of 360training.com’s self-study programs in the following areas are also considered as Quality Assurance Service (QAS)-approved:


    Technology and Operations
    Financial Planning
    Communication and Sales
    Accounting and Auditing
    Ethics
    Management

360training.com will continuously expand these categories to help accounting professionals become learners for life. “Helping Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) by improving their professional competence has always been a priority at 360training.com,” says Tricia Sharpton, Product Manager for Financial Services Education. “Being an approved NASBA QAS self-study provider solidifies our commitment to deliver learning solutions that are aligned with professional standards nationwide.”

Considering that many states require self-study courses that are NASBA-approved, this development is a positive sign for licensed CPAs who need to complete courses based on state-specific requirements. After successfully completing the courses, CPAs will be given a certificate of completion and will be responsible for reporting the courses for regulatory purposes. Participating state boards of accountancy are the final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.

360training.com joins more than 1,900 sponsors that are in compliance with the Statement on Standards for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) Programs (2012).

For a complete listing of our web-based Continuing Professional Education programs, click here.

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About 360training.com

360training.com is a leading online and classroom-delivered eLearning marketplace. We deliver topnotch training content in workforce compliance, continuing education, professional development, and career certification, as well as learning and content management software. Since 1999, our course libraries have grown to include more than 15 industries and 6,000 individual titles. Joining the list of over 3 million learners who have chosen 360training.com to meet their training needs are businesses, training providers, associations, colleges, universities, and subject matter experts.







Veteran Business Jet Pilot Sets a Positive Example

Delray Beach, FL (PRWEB) July 19, 2014

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is recognizing Veteran pilot and Business Aviation pioneer Gus Maestrales of Delray Beach, FL with inclusion in the prestigious FAA Airmen Certification Database. The database, which appears on the agency’s website at http://www.faa.gov, names Maestrales and other certified pilots who have met or exceeded the high educational, licensing and medical standards established by the FAA.

After becoming a licensed pilot in 1969, Maestrales has gained experience flying to worldwide locations including Europe, the Caribbean, Central & South America, Africa, and Asia-Pacific. Traversing the globe, he has accumulated approximately 16,000 flight hours—the equivalent of 7.2 million miles.

Maestrales is currently the Director of Jet Management and Acquisitions at Airstream Jets (http://www.airstreamjets.com/) in Boca Raton, Florida and also founded Commercial Aviation Enterprises (CAE) at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport in 1974 as one of the first jet charter companies on the East Coast. Today, the company is one of Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport’s longest-standing tenants and among the world’s most experienced operators of business jets.

In a recent interview, Stephen Day, a colleague of Maestrales’, said that “throughout his legendary career, Gus has demonstrated not only a passion for aviation but also a deep commitment to flight safety and education.”

The FAA hopes new pilot training standards will enhance airline safety. Pilot certification standards have evolved over time in an attempt to reduce pilot errors that lead to fatal crashes. FAA standards, which are set in consultation with the aviation industry and the public, are among the highest in the world. Transportation safety experts strongly recommend against flying with an uncertified pilot. FAA pilot certification can be the difference between a safe flight and one that ends in tragedy.

The FAA recently announced that is it increasing the qualification requirements for co-pilots who fly for U.S. passenger and cargo airlines. These requirements mandate additional minimum flight time and training, as well as aircraft specific training.

The Federal Aviation Administration’s Airmen Certification Database contains the following listing:

Unique ID: A-1174033

First Name: Gus P.

Last Name: Maestrales

City: Delray Beach

State: FL

Country: USA

Region: South

Med Class: 1

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Airstream Jets Inc. (ASJ) is an International On-Demand Air Charter Brokerage & Aircraft Management company with offices located in the United States, Canada, and Australia. ASJ has worldwide aircraft resourcing power and is fast becoming a global leader in business aircraft management, charter, acquisitions, leasing, syndication, and placement.







Class of 2014: More Than 4,600 Adult Learners Graduate from Excelsior College


Albany, N.Y. (PRWEB) July 07, 2014

Graduates and their families will come together in Albany, New York this Friday, July 11 at 3 p.m. EST to celebrate Excelsior College’s 2014 Commencement. More than 300 of the graduating class of 4,693 are expected to attend the ceremony at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center. Jamie P. Merisotis, president and CEO of Lumina Foundation, the nation’s largest private foundation committed solely to enrolling and graduating more students from college, will offer the keynote address.

Typical Excelsior graduates are working adults, average age 37 years old, balancing jobs, family and college coursework, while seeking to improve their lives and advance in their careers. This year’s graduates come from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, U.S. territories, and 19 other nations. They earned their degrees through online coursework, credit by examination, transferring credit from other institutions, and recognized non-collegiate sources. Approximately 1,600 graduates are members of the U.S. military and 34 percent are from minority groups.

In total, more than 1,700 degrees were conferred at the associate level, 2,600 at the bachelor’s and nearly 300 at the master’s level. Fifty nine students earned more than one degree during the past academic year and the oldest graduate is 69 years old.

Listen to the Commencement Stories episode of the Excelsior Life Distance EDU on Demand podcast.

While each graduate leaves Excelsior with a degree, their personal journey to Commencement is unique.

Anna Truss fled her troubled home country of Turkmenistan for Turkey in 2004 in search of academic freedom, eventually making her way to the U.S. via a student-exchange program. Passionate about math and science, the Seattle, Washington resident taught herself web development, graduated from a community college, and enrolled in Excelsior’s Bachelor of Science in Information Technology program, concentrating in cybersecurity. In August 2013, Truss followed the path of so many immigrants before her and started her own business, DefSec Solutions, LLC, a digital forensics firm, with three former classmates. In addition to running a successful – and growing – company, she’s now pursuing a Master of Science in Cybersecurity from Excelsior.

Other notable 2014 graduates who embody the spirit of lifelong learning – and who will be in attendance at this year’s ceremony – include:


Rosa Pena-Roberts, a young mother and immigrant from the Dominican Republic, who through the help of a college partner and the use of Prior Learning Assessment (PLA), was able to earn an MBA.
Thomas Drake, a U.S. Navy veteran, detective, and 17-year law enforcement veteran, who returned to school for a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice to advance in his career and serve as a role model to his young children.
Laurie Herrera, a grandmother and LPN who earned a Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences 25 years after taking her first class at Excelsior.
Lisa Miller, who overcame numerous obstacles, including family and personal health problems, to earn a Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts.
Nancee Berling, a veteran who successfully balanced work, school, family, and a disability, to earn a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree, Summa Cum Laude.

Visit Excelsior Life to read about the inspiring educational journeys of Rosa, Thomas, Laurie and other 2014 graduates.

For those graduates and family members unable to attend the ceremony in person, Excelsior will publicly broadcast the Commencement live on the Web and live-tweet the event at #ExcelsiorGrad2014.

Each of the above graduates is available for interview requests.

Excelsior

Excelsior College http://www.excelsior.edu is a regionally accredited, nonprofit distance learning institution that focuses on removing obstacles to the educational goals of adult learners. Founded in 1971 and located in Albany, NY, Excelsior is a proven leader in the assessment and validation of student knowledge. It offers more efficient and affordable access to degree completion through multiple avenues: its own online courses and college-level proficiency examinations, and the acceptance in transfer of credit from other colleges and universities as well as recognized corporate and military training programs. Excelsior College is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.







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my edu180atl post from 5.21.12

June 11, 2012 1 comment

The following post was my contribution to the edu180atl project for the 2011-12 school year. During the final week in May, members of the founding team wrote reflections on the power of this learning project and all 180 posts of learning are archived on the site. My reflections centered on the concept of wide-awakeness…something I am trying to grow in myself and also the inspiration for this blog.

Without the ability to think about yourself, to reflect on your life, there’s really no awareness, no consciousness. Consciousness doesn’t come automatically; it comes through being alive, awake, curious, and often furious. ~Maxine Greene

I have felt alive, awake, curious, and furious this 2011-12 school year. Consuming the wisdom generated from 175 posts, and now creating this 176th post, I have gained greater consciousness about learning and schooling and being in this world.

And I feel wide-awake to possibility.

Maxine Greene’s words about being wide-awake in the world serve as a reminder…and so will the 45,000 words posted to this site from August 1st to May 25th. Open eyes, open ears, and open hearts allow for learning to happen. The edu180atl project, a small-seed-of-an-idea back in the spring of 2011, blossomed in the fall and has been producing the most diverse and substantive fruit for 175 days. For that I am grateful.

And on this 176th day, I feel wide-awake to possibility.

What if all of our classrooms and teams and schools and school systems sought to cultivate students’ spirit of wide-awakeness — their spirit of wanting to know and learn? What if we educators — both teachers and administrators — sought to cultivate that spirit in ourselves and in others? How might we change? What would the possibilities look like?

If we all had greater consciousness about learning and schooling and being in this world, the possibilites would be endless…for our students…for our selves…for our schools…and maybe even for our society. So, what have I learned? That it’s time to pursue such wide-awakeness with the reckless abandon of being alive, awake, curious, and furious every day. Not just during the 180 days of the school year. Or on the 176th.

About the Author: Megan Howard (@mmhoward), co-founder of edu180atl and passionate learner, is grateful for what the edu180atl project has taught her this year. She can’t wait for August 1, 2012, which will mark the second year of this important and inspiring project.

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the edu180atl project and #180voices180stories

May 25, 2012 2 comments

The first year of the edu180atl project came to a close today. And after 180 days, 180 posts, 180 voices, and 180 stories of learning, I am better for it. The project, born out of a back-and-forth on Twitter in January 2011 has been a powerful vehicle for nurturing and encouraging the spirits of those who love to learn, connecting learners across the city, and deepening the national conversation about education over the course of the past 180 school days.

This week, members of the founding edu180atl team took time to reflect on what this project has meant to us (the full posts are linked below). Today, Holly Chesser wrote a post looking toward the future and also sharing what this project has meant to her. She will be leading the edu180atl team alongside Jennifer Murphy for the 2012-13 school year.

I am proud to have been a part of this project and the edu180atl team.

edu180atl: megan howard 5.21.12:

I have felt alive, awake, curious, and furious this 2011-12 school year. Consuming the wisdom generated from 175 posts, and now creating this 176th post, I have gained greater consciousness about learning and schooling and being in this world.

And I feel wide-awake to possibility.

edu180atl: john burk 5.22.12:

Through the edu180atl project, I’ve connected with countless learners and their stories of learning—stories filled with struggle and challenge, but also fulfillment and joy. These connections make me feel even more empowered to persevere through my own difficulties, and give me a great sense of gratitude.

edu180atl: ted sadtler 5.23.12:

Since August I too have leaned toward the sun, toward the bright spots of reflection and dialogue in Atlanta: students expressing their uniqueness and creativity, adults facing cataclysmic change in their lives, teachers reveling in the endearing moments of their day, parents expressing their hopes for their children. I really do think that the 170+ authors have captured the full range of experience that comes with devoting oneself to a lifetime of learning. And yet, there are so many degrees yet to capture. So I continue leaning toward the brightness of our community’s reflections, waiting with anticipation as the next group of volunteers write, read, comment, edit, and share what it means to be a learner.

edu180atl: laura deisley 5.24.12:

Indeed, it is this kind of spirit that inspired us to create edu180atl — a place where individuals have dared to share, to be transparent, to struggle, to reinvent themselves. By so doing, the hallmark of a healthy community is evolving: empathy for one another. Isn’t that a fundamental condition for learning? People may say education in Atlanta is broken. Institutionally, as a whole, maybe it is. But, I believe. I believe that this edu180atl community is designing a future for education in Atlanta built on empathy.

edu180atl: holly chesser 5.25.12:

This desire to find our commonalities and to appreciate our uniqueness lies at the heart of edu180atl’s mission: “to nurture and encourage the spirits of those who love to learn,” “to connect learners,” and “to deepen the national conversation about education.”

Today marks the sunset of this school year: post # 180. Time to seek relaxation and renewal. But like any good teacher, I’m thinking back over all the posts I’ve read and wondered, “”What’s the take away? What did I learn?” In re-reading many posts this week, I discovered a harmonious refrain – a gratitude for those who care, a discovery of something hidden within, and a wish for what could be. As I tell my students, there’s only one story – the human story – and we each keeping telling it with infinite variation.

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Remembering the Importance of Resilience

May 13, 2012 1 comment

This was my final contribution to Trinity This Week, the School’s weekly publication which highlights “Notes from the Administrative Leadership Team” in the form of a short blog post on a weekly basis. The original post is on the Trinity site and can be found here.

As a young child, my hair tangled easily. I remember sitting on a stool in my parents’ bathroom, looking into the mirror and up at my mother, as she took a comb to my wet head and carefully, slowly, meticulously, combed the tangles out of my long sandy blond hair. As I reflect on those hours spent sitting still and grimacing with each catch in the comb, I can now see that it was really a beautiful time for my mother and me. Time spent talking, problem-solving, musing, laughing, arguing, connecting. Time spent just-the-two-of-us without interruption. Time spent building a stronger mother-daughter bond. Time spent combing out the tangles…literally and metaphorically.

As the end of the school year approaches, it’s easy to think that all of those “tangles” have been combed out of our children. It is natural to think of the end of the year as a time to celebrate all of the great successes and forget, in many ways, about the bumps in the road or even some of the mistakes and failures that happened throughout the year. As our Sixth Graders smile and accept their diplomas in just a few short weeks — in heels, in suits, and perfectly poised and confident — it’s important to remember that their learning process at Trinity has been full of plenty of successes but also a number of tangles as well. And just as I had my mother to help me tease out and recognize those tangles, our Trinity Sixth Graders graduate with the knowledge that their learning experiences have been rich – full of ups and downs and full of the support of parents, siblings, teachers, and of course, their peers.

Resilience is one of those 21st Century skills that is often cited in studies that highlight “the top essential skills for college and career.” At Trinity, we believe that the development of a number of skills is essential, resilience being one of them. From outdoor education trips to cooperative learning experiences in classrooms, the learning process – and not just the product – is something that is celebrated throughout the Trinity community. Carol Dweck’s research on motivation, achievement, and mindsets guides much of our focus on risk-taking and reflection. Developing a growth mindset (as opposed to a fixed mindset) is essential for children in the 21st Century. Trinity students must learn that their abilities can be developed through dedication and hard work – and that their brains and talent are just the starting point. Fostering growth mindsets not only creates a love of learning but also increased resilience in the face of risk-taking, struggles, and even failure as well.

So as we approach the end of the May, a time of year when achievement and accolades are often given so much attention, it’s important to spend time thinking and talking with our children about the process of growing, learning, and developing. Just as Trinity teachers begin each school year focusing on children’s strengths as part of our strengths-based educational approach, our teachers spend time at the end of the year reflecting on the growth that has occurred – academically, socially, emotionally, and in a myriad of other areas as well. Trinity children begin to understand that the journey with all of its ups and downs is something to reflect upon and be proud of. And that is an incredible accomplishment in itself.

If you are interested in learning more about the importance of resilience and child development, the following books may be of interest to you:

CHANGEd 60-60-60: EXPERIMENTS AND EXPERIENCES

May 8, 2012 1 comment

On March 9th, I started this experi(ence)ment by saying, “I have no idea what the two of us will play. And I won’t be able to tell you what it is until it happens.” Today, on May 8th, after 60+ consecutive days of what-ifs and riffs, I’m still not sure that I can say what it is but I can certainly share what all of this thinking and reflecting has meant to me, both personally and professionally.

Thinking about CHANGEd: What if we all tried something new for 30 days (or longer) and learned out loud? 60-60-60 #60 and reflecting…

In his short but powerful TED Talk, Matt Cutts advocates for us all to try something new for a month. Sharing what he’s learned from his own personal experiments and experiences, he highlights that we can all learn to make the days count, to appreciate the boost of confidence that a new habit brings, and to heighten our ability to persevere despite the ups and downs of life. In Bo’s #60 CHANGEd post, he also highlights just a few things he has learned and enjoyed in his 60-60-60 journey. As I think about my own progress and process over the course of the past two months, I can borrow from both Matt and Bo and use their themes as starting points for my reflections…

1. Making the Days Count: Sixty days is a long time. Consistent reflection over the course of two months around a certain theme pushed me in ways that I never imagined. Sure, a number of similar themes emerged. Only one word however — empathy — made an appearance two times in a title post. And as I reflect on CHANGEd 60-60-60, I see that the notion of empathy, especially as it relates to the design process, is having a larger and larger influence on who I am as an educator. There’s still so much that I want to learn about the design process, but I know that I must find ways to cultivate a more empathetic spirit in myself and in others as well. For that, I am motivated.

2. Building Confidence (Motivators and Blockers): At the outset, one of my goals was to learn to write more spontaneously and without as much fear of failure. Writing sixty posts and getting positive feedback from others on my thinking was inspiring. A half-baked blog post (of which there were many) was not considered failure…failure (in my mind) was not seeing this project to its completion. Convinced through Twitter that I had at least one reader (Bo, who was RTing my posts) was a “motivator” for me. Then, when Grant Lichtman began leaving comments on my posts, I knew that I had at least two readers. Normally, such pressure would have been a blocker, but Bo and Grant’s encouragement and what-if questioning only inspired me more. Like Bo, I saw that “learning-out-loud” caused me to double and triple my weekly readership which will only add to a more robust and diverse personal learning network. For that, I am proud.

3. Perseverance (Stick-To-It-Tive-Ness): I had a learning partner whose consistency kept me on track. Never did I think that Bo wouldn’t post and so even when I fell behind in my writing (sometimes days behind), I knew that quitting was not an option. Interestingly, some of my better posts (in my opinion) came when I was writing two or three in one evening. Those evenings, although mentally tiring, were often the nights when I felt most motivated and energized. Sticking to this project, which forced me to spend a significant time (on more than a few occasions) thinking and writing was a hidden gift. For that, I am grateful.

4. I’ve learned and enjoyed… It’s very difficult to catalog my learning and enjoyment in this one post. Even now as I go back and look through the titles of posts 1-30 and 31-60, I see a new pattern in my thinking or notice something different in my writing…just in the titles of the posts. Going through and re-reading each day will prove fruitful as I spend time this summer critiquing my own leadership and developing a personal vision for my work in a new role next school year.

Even this 60th post feels flat…my voice sounds one-dimensional…the topic a bit too navel-gazing. But, what I realize is that making this CHANGEd 60-60-60 music has been one of the more dynamic and enjoyable learning experiences that I have engaged in for quite some time.

And for that, I am inspired.

All in all, this CHANGEd 60-60-60 experi(ence)ment has helped me refine my vision of school in ways that I never thought possible. Never did I expect that this would happen during an incredibly overwhelming end of the school year. Obviously my definition will always be a working definition, but I am proud of where I stand today. So, on May 8th after 60+ days of thinking and reflecting, that I believe that school should be…

…a place where inquiry, imagination, ongoing assessment, reflection, and “what ifs” drive the experiences of adults and children at the school…people of integrity and resilience who honor and promote growth mindsets…programs which reach beyond school walls and into everyday life of the expanding global community.

And, in the words of my CHANGEd partner, so that we can conclude (for now) this musical play with a uniform sound but one which leaves room for possibly new riffs…

We educators should never think that we’ve got schooling as good as it can ever be. We should be seeing our current reality clearly, and we should be envisioning how we can get better. Isn’t such delta-oriented vision what it will take for education and schooling to be CHANGEd?

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CHANGEd 60-60-60: REAL LIFE LEARNING

May 6, 2012 1 comment

Thinking about What if we teachers had to enroll in our own classes…and at least one more? 60-60-60 #59 and reflecting…

Here’s an email I received over the weekend from a Trinity Sixth Grader:

Hello Ms. Howard and Ms. Chapman!

Do either of you know someone named Kirby Lui? Well, he commented on my blog and check out what he said!

I’ve been a photographer for quite a while and have seen many different types of photographers, and I must say that I’m very impressed at your technical and creative knowledge of photography, the enthusiasm and discipline that you approach your subjects, and your strong photographic compositions. Compared to other students that I have worked with, you have a definite edge over most of the people that I have seen.

If you continue to approach photography with the same level of dedication as I’ve seen on your website, I believe that you have a talent that could be developed to a remarkable high level if you choose to continue cultivating it. Don’t let the talent go to waste. Keep up the hard work, it is obvious from your website. I look forward to your next post.

Kirby

Isn’t that really nice?

Julia

The first art class that I remember actually enjoying was Photography 101 with Mrs. Harris in Eighth Grade. For much of my high school career, I was passionate about black and white photography but due to the demands of academics and athletics, my experimenting with this art happened only in the summer during long walks in the woods or at the beach on vacation. I am still proud of the prints I made of the massive St. Simons Island palm trees that a family friend framed and put in a guest bedroom of a beach house in Florida. I always wonder what would have happened if I had more time to devote to building upon those skills and passions that I began to uncover just before high school began.

“Megan, you have a real gift for teaching.” That’s the first comment I remember hearing about my natural ease in the classroom with elementary students…uttered first when I was in high school and then in college multiple times throughout my volunteer tutoring times and later during an internship I created with the help of a teacher-mentor. The skills and passions — similar to those I possessed with black and white photography — were there but so was the echo of a believing voice.

I believe that all students need to hear the following words:

I believe that you have a talent that could be developed to a remarkable high level if you choose to continue cultivating it. Don’t let the talent go to waste.

Those are the words that I heard over and over again about my work in classrooms and in schools. I realize that there are some students — adults too — who never hear such words or affirmations.

I wonder, if we enrolled ourselves in our own classes, would we hear ourselves offering such words of support to the budding biologists, teachers, doctors, pilots, directors, caregivers, and entrepreneurs in our classrooms? Would we hear ourselves connecting the subject areas we are teaching with the real-life learning our students are longing for? Would we be inspiring students in the way that Kirby is inspiring Julia — to keep working hard, to overcome obstacles, and to pursue an area of interest that has potential for greater learning and…life?

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CHANGEd 60-60-60: MEMORIES AND REFLECTIONS

May 6, 2012 Leave a comment

Thinking about What if we really reflected on what former students remember? 60-60-60 #58 and reflecting…

I’ve been catching up on the Trinity-Fac&Stu folder of my GoogleReader account. I rarely let that folder go unread for as long as I have this week, but what a surprise I found this evening as I was reading last week’s posts.

Bo writes about how students remember what they craft and create. As I think about a learning experience that Trinity sixth graders will likely remember alongside their outdoor education trips and musical performances and academic experiences from their final year at the school, at the top of the list is the QUEST and Capstone project. It’s not a coincidence that Andrew Hennessy took his sixth grade project all the way to the TEDxKIDS@BC stage in Vancouver in September 2011.

As I read the students’ memories and reflections, all of which were written upon completion of the QUEST research paper, I was struck at how almost every student spoke to one, two, or all three elements of true motivation as categorized by Dan Pink: autonomy, mastery, and purpose.

We must allow students to craft and create. We certainly need more Dolphin Tale experiences and internships than we have now, but let’s not forget that even the more traditional experiences (even those research papers!) — if crafted innovatively and created with care by the lead learners in the school — can be memorable and powerful.

Check out these four reflections from sixth graders about what they’ve learned through their QUEST research experience. The reverberating sound of autonomy-mastery-purpose through these students’ words provides the perfect riff for today’s CHANGEd 60-60-60 post:

I learned many things about myself as a student through the QUEST paper. I learned that I write a good first rough draft and that I should trust that I can. I also learned that I am good at managing my time because I turn most of my long term projects in early. I also learned things about myself. I learned that I am capable of any task if I take the time and work as hard as I can. ~ Matt

As a student, I learned that i can write something cool and put a lot of effort into something in school and acquire your future talents in 6th grade. As a person I found out how to solve problems between people. My mentor took a while to e-mail me so I took charge.~ Pete

As a student I have learned that I can be very organized. I also can be very conscientious about creating good presentation. I have also learned that I love to do hands on projects. If I set my mind to a topic that I find interesting, then I can create a good presentation. On my next project I think I will be more conscientious about my time-line. I also should plan ahead of what my goals are going to be. I will definitely bring in more analytically and organizational skills. I think through this project I have learned to always have perseverance which I will definitely use in all my assignments. ~ McKenzie

I learned that as a student I can always work better when I am really into the topic and I enjoy learning about it and working on it all of the time. I learned that I love to learn more anytime I can and I love to hear from the best people that I can so I can learn the most and learn from the best. ~ Emerson

As a student, I really realized that I work best when studying a topic I love. I also learned that doing the most boring things like writing long essays are more fun when they are about something I love. I love dogs more than words can describe, and I cannot wait for the Capstone project…Next year, I will bring the note card organization method in my ‘student tool box’ when writing papers next year. It is an excellent way of grouping the facts into topics, later to be made into paragraphs. ~ Julie

I learned different things about myself too. As a student, I feel like I learned better ways about finding information for anything and being able to figure out what is important and whats not. I also think that I learned how to stay more organized by using note cards to write down my facts. As a person, I feel like I learned to trust in myself more about what I think I should do when working on something. Second, I learned to feel more confident about my work and am better at managing my time…In the future, I think that I would change the way I researched. I would read more about the topic to make sure I am more comfortable with it. I would do this because I feel like I started the QUEST project kind of clueless about cake decorating. I wish I had known more about my topic so I would feel more comfortable about the whole thing during the beginning of the process. During this whole QUEST project I learned lots of facts, but mostly I learned about myself as a student and a learner. ~Emily

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CHANGEd 60-60-60: THE BIG SHIFTS FOR ADMINISTRATORS

May 6, 2012 3 comments

Thinking about What if school leaders practiced the change they preach…and developed a people strategy? 60-60-60 #57 and reflecting…

A people strategy begins with EMPATHY. It moves along the stepping stones of the Golden Rule. A people strategy refuses to commit the fundamental attribution error (see the Heath Bros’ Switch).

Bo’s reflections on “The Big Shifts” are ones that I want to save here on my blog, thus making today’s riff a re-post of his questions…in hopes that they will inspire future posts about how I, in my future work in school administration, am striving to proactively respond to the shifting notions of what it means to create the right learning environments for both children and adults in the 21st century.

So, for this 57th post…

If we administrators expect teachers to proactively respond to these big shifts for the futures of their students, mustn’t we do so ourselves?

  • Shouldn’t we be transforming faculty meetings (and other “PD”) into faculty doings? Shouldn’t we be experimenting with PBL with adults…and with projects that are relevant and meaningful to teachers? Are we even asking them what they want and need?
  • From the admin view, how can we make school more “teacher-centered” so that teachers can, in turn, make school more student-centered? Shouldn’t we admin be modeling “student voice and choice” by providing such to our faculties?
  • How are we un-silo-ing our schools to facilitate teachers working in teams?
  • How are we facilitating the construction of meaning among our faculties, instead of asking them to consume information? Do decisions feel top-down or bottom-up? Or inside-out? Or outside-in?
  • How are we admin employing and engaging learning networks and advocating for OPEN and SAFE and THOUGHTFUL use of such endless learning resources in the network…outside our school walls?
  • How are we crowd-sourcing our collective wisdom within our faculties and among our faculties from school to school? How are we refusing to re-invent the wheel and instead partnering with the crowds of other doing schools…I mean networks?
  • How are we refusing the high stakes testing of teachers and engaging high value demonstrations of professional practice?

Thanks for creating and categorizing these questions, Bo. They are important ones that we must tackle…and not necessary in isolation!

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