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The Re-Positioning of Student Choice

By Ruth Reynard Ph.D., Education Consultant
Student choice now does not only refer to objective selection, but also preference, intention and use. This has direct implication for curriculum design, as well as academic and professional programming and accreditation. Schools must develop instructional designs that move and grow with the moving targets of current technology and global interconnectedness and relevancy.

Make Your Graduates More Employable

Make Your Graduates More Employable

Basic Conversational Spanish for Non-Spanish Speaking Students and Spanish for the Spanish-Speaking Students
By Luis Garcia Jr., Garcia-Shilling International (GSI) and Stephen B. Friedheim, Education Systems & Solutions
Incorporate basic Spanish and the results will not only please you, your students and your employers, but the changes will enable your school to fulfill its mission – greater graduate employment.

The Re-Positioning of Student Choice

Using Gap Analysis to Improve Student Outcomes

By Christine Sproles, MSN, BSN, RN, Assistant Dean of Nursing and Nursing Instructor, Fortis Institute, Pensacola, Florida
As educators, our number one goal should be student success. Gap analysis is a method to determine whether or not content is being properly taught for student success on course specialty and exit/comprehensive exams and includes methods for improving these outcomes.

The Re-Positioning of Student Choice

Study Abroad Programs are Beneficial for Career Students and Schools

Written from an Interview with Alvin Fowlkes, Business Faculty Member, Coordinator and Director of the Study Abroad Program, ECPI University
ECPI University’s Study Abroad Program helps students recognize and understand differences in culture, customs and traditions. But just as importantly, the program differentiates the college and helps it stand out amongst its competitors.

The Re-Positioning of Student Choice

The Path to Success in Certification and Licensure

By LeeAnn Rohmann, President, Legacy Education and Lori Sypher, Vice President of Sales, Private Sector Education, Elsevier Education
When a school is struggling with certification and licensure outcomes, it is necessary to understand the cause in order to determine the best solution. Schools that adopt a personalized learning program are more likely to see improvement in their certification and licensure rates.

The Re-Positioning of Student Choice

Integrating Vocational and Literacy Skills in Learning Outcomes

By Ruth Reynard, Ph.D., Education Consultant, http:www.drruthreynard.com
Reynard defines the critical differences between learning goals and outcomes to help in the instructional planning and design of any course. Also, Reynard will explain a generic approach to both the identification of learning outcomes and the integration of literacy development throughout any instructional design.

The Re-Positioning of Student Choice