Tag Archives: succeeding in college

I Can Help You

In Kenneth Blanchard’s The One Minute Manager, the author’s guidelines include one minute goal setting followed by one minute praisings and one minute reprimands. The ideas were clearly stated and simple. Simple is good. The 1992 book was wildly popular, and … Continue reading

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MOOCs and Student Loans

Until two weeks ago, if I’d heard someone say she liked mocs, I’d have thought she was talking about a soft shoe originally worn by Native Americans. Now I’d think twice and wonder if she’s really referring to a MOOC, a Massive … Continue reading

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If You Reach One Person

When I began editing Crossing the Bridge: Succeeding in a Community College and Beyond, I asked a friend and former colleague in the South Carolina Technical Education Association for some proofing help. After she read and corrected the manuscript, we … Continue reading

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Poor Time Management?

One of the reasons I want to continue teaching part-time is to maintain contact with students and to “stay in the game,” so to speak. I want to make sure that what I’m thinking and writing are accurate. So far, … Continue reading

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