A minority teachers scholarship, funded by the Florida Fund for Minority Teachers, begins taking applications June 15. If you qualify, you could get up to $4,000 per year towards your teaching education.
“Just three years ago, LinkedIn posted fewer than 5,000 instructional designer job openings,” according to the Inside Higher Ed’s The Quest for Great Instructional Designers by Paxton Riter. “Today, the number has tripled. And CNN estimates that the instructional design profession will grow 28.3 percent over the next 10 years.” There is an “inadequate supply … Continue reading Gain Skills as an Instructional Designer or Instructional Technologist
Daniel Conrad hopes he brought lasting positive change to a tiny Navajo Mountain High School. This is Part 2 of the story. Daniel, an SPC graduate, says the most enjoyable part of his job is working with students that have been told they can’t do something. He works hard to show them there is a … Continue reading Lasting positive change – Daniel’s contribution
A Bit of History Administrative Professionals Day is an unofficial observance, not a professional holiday. During WW II there was a need for skilled administrative personnel or secretaries then, in the United States. An association for the National Secretaries was formed to recognize contributions made by secretaries and attract more into the profession. This added … Continue reading Remember Administrative Professional’s Day –Wednesday, April 26th