Monthly Archives: August 2012

“Sharpening the Saw:” New Perspective of Busy or Just Distracted

“Sharpening the Saw:” New Perspective of Busy or Just Distracted Peggy and I recently returned from our beach week.  When we lived in the Midwest, we found that our vacations were “a week at the lake” and now that we … Continue reading

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Harkin Report and Best Practices in Working with Adult Students

A few weeks ago I read an interview with Rich Novak from Rutgers (also past president of UPCEA) in EvoLLLution (http://www.evolllution.com/opinions/audio-making-higher-education-more-accessible-and-affordable-for-adults/). Rich did a great job of outlining the hurdles adult students face when coming back to school, I recommend … Continue reading

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