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Digital Learning Perspectives

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

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By Dr. Tammy Lynn Woody Interim Dean, School of Education at American Public University A colleague recently brought it to my attention that there is a national “digital learning day” in March. Intrigued, I visited the website to learn more about this event and how it came into existence. As the interim Dean of the APU School of Education, I’m always on the lookout for free resources that could be used by our faculty and candidates as they prepare to work with K-12 students.

Influence of Technology in School Counseling

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

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By Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff, Dr. Susan Foster Ebbs, and Dr. Marie Isom Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff is the Program Director for the M.Ed. in School Counseling at American Public University. Dr. Susan Foster Ebbs and Dr. Marie Isom are faculty members in the School of Education at American Public University. Whether it is a quick text message to a friend, a post on a social media site, or a job related task, technology is firmly embedded in today’s culture. 

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    Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher