Category: Education & Money

Money and education ideas to consider

Doctoral Approaches and Timelines in Health

Are you considering a doctoral degree in health? Are you wondering how long it takes to become a doctor or what different doctors do in the healthcare field? There are a lot of misconceptions when it comes to doctoral degrees. Hopefully, this article will help clear a few things up! Everyone should understand that embarking […]

Effective Content Formats for Learning Online

In the field of education and content delivery, finding the most effective ways to engage and educate online learners is an ongoing challenge. With a wide range of options and rapidly evolving technology, there’s much debate, yet research does provide some clarity. Given these dynamics, it’s crucial for educators to stay flexible, informed, and proactive. […]

Neglecting New Educators Neglects the Future

In many ways, academia is shooting itself in the foot. Neglecting new educators neglects the future. It’s that simple. Frankly, it is alarming how many highly educated professionals (with real-world experience) are denied an opportunity to teach in higher education due to a lack of classroom experience. However, it does not appear as though many […]

Avoid The Flashy When Developing an Online Course

If you have (or are considering putting together) an online course, it can be tempting to go overboard with content or flashy elements. However, that may not be in either your, or your student’s, best interests. Here are a few things to consider. Flashy is defined as ostentatiously attractive or impressive (Lexico, 2020). In other […]

Andragogy Research and the Unexpected Connection

As you may know, I am a big fan of considering “the contrast.” So, when reviewing Pedagogy for a paper that I am writing, I decided to research Andragogy a little more. What started off as a simple search for peer-reviewed journals to expand my understanding of the approach turned into a deviation that reinforced […]

A Critical Examination of MiningPoolHub

MiningPoolHub, a seemingly prominent mining pool platform, has garnered attention for its promise of enabling individual miners to collaborate and mine various cryptocurrencies collectively. However, a closer look reveals potential shortcomings that might give pause to those considering using this platform. In this review, I will recount my personal experience with MiningPoolHub, shedding light on […]

A Look at Online Assessments

Can online assessments be trusted? This will likely not be a popular position, but it depends on how you choose to look at it. I believe that if you are asking yourself this question, then you are looking at the situation in the wrong light. Generally speaking, and minus things like psychological assessments, an assessment […]

Replace LMS Communication Tools?

Since my last LMS post, I have received several questions regarding LMS systems. One question, in particular, deserves an article. The question was, is it possible for social media to replace current LMS communication tools? That is a fantastic question! However, the answer is a little tricky. There is no doubt that private social media […]

Job Hunting? Socratic AI Prompt Engineering

The current job market can be overwhelming, leaving many job seekers uncertain about where they truly fit in. If you’re currently looking for a job but struggling to identify the positions that match your qualifications and skills, fear not! With the power of Socratic AI Prompt Engineering (SAPE), you can use artificial intelligence to your […]

Does Technology Improve Learning at a Distance

Does technology improve learning at a distance? That is a great question! However, such a question is not easily answered. Think about it. When we look at the world “improve,” we could be talking about the ability, the level, the quality, or even the amount actually learned. Setting aside clear hindrances such as physical education […]