The agreement is between the School of Advanced Studies, University of Phoenix and the Carolina Biological Supply Company.
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Get to know Nichelle Stone, Ed.D/ET, a School of Advanced Studies alumnus who recently used her dissertation findings to publish a book on becoming an effective virtual school leader.
The Knowledge Without Boundaries Annual Research Symposium is scheduled to take place in Tempe, Arizona on July 20th to 22nd, 2017.
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Collaboration, Conferences, and Serendipity
by Louise Underdahl
Webster defines serendipity as “finding valuable or agreeable things not sought for.” In this spirit, faculty, students, and colleagues may be interested in learning about the networking and opportunities that arise by taking a chance to present at a conference. In January 2016, several colleagues and I brainstormed about possible topics for a collaborative research endeavor and decided upon senior entrepreneurship (AARP, 2014; Isele, 2014; Stangler, 2014).
Embracing Difference: An Understanding of Transgender Issues of a High School Administrator
by Cheryl Burleigh
In the field of education, educators and administrators are faced with new challenges on a daily basis. One of the reasons I went into the field of education was not only to share the love and passion for my subject matter, but also to provide a safe learning environment for all students. The same holds true when moving from the classroom into administration.
The Classroom as Metaphor and Window to Democracy
by James Lane
Qualitative analysts apply metaphor to understand and explain. In the current cultural malaise, one metaphor seems best. The concept of the classroom as a window to the world emerges as resilient and renewed. I propose the classroom as a window to our culture. Through the classroom things flow in and out, showing and merging views, insights, and opportunities for growth and change.