Public Speaking Tips to Calm Nerves
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Public speaking can be terrifying. We’ve all been there, heart racing, palms sweating, and knees knocking. We have no sense of control over our bodies. Our lips and hands begin to shake. Our mouth becomes dry. And even worse, we clam up. In spite of our fears, we push through because we understand the importance […]

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Education in Action – Alumna Ashley Bunn

We have a story to tell you about education in action. After making her resume public on, Ashley Bunn received an email from the Director of Learning and Development for an international pizza franchise. After a few conversations, she agreed to interview for a position in the learning and development department. What most piqued […]

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August is Connected Educator Month

@ISDNow Did you know that August is Connected Educator Month? The U.S. Department of Education’s Connected Educators initiative is launching Connected Educator Month this month (August 2012) to help schools, districts, and states collaborate together for essential professional learning opportunities. Throughout August, registrants will have access to participate in coordinated opportunities, events and activities in […]

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