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Working Philosophies in Higher Education

Objective When discussing how to survive emotionally as an instructor, Brookfield (2006, p. 255) mentions that “…any working philosophy can be full of contradictions, unrelated to real life, or just plain immoral. The fact that we have a philosophy does … Continue reading

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Mismatch Between Higher Education and the World

Objective “[Higher education] has been focused on individual work and social interaction, but the world is becoming a place of collaborative work and social isolation” (Bowen, 2012, pp. 228-229). Due to the Internet, the world is changing very rapidly. Many … Continue reading

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Need for continuing education

This journal entry is my reflection of the statement that “the need for continuing education has dramatically escalated with the increase in knowledge production” (Merriam, Caffarella, & Baumgartner, 2007, p. 18). I will address objective, reflective, interpretive, and decisional questions … Continue reading

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