All of us charged with enhancing creativity are facing increasing pressures to accomplish more with less time and fewer resources, and yet are asked to be more innovative and deliver measurable outcomes. In this lively workshop participants will discover how high-engagement organizations across sectors are transforming their high-pressure workplaces into playspace for innovating, learning and changing. Meyer shares inspiring stories and best practices of organizations that are finding fresh…See More
You are invited to attend the Master of Arts in Educating Adults Graduate Students’ Showcase, a showcase of the students’ Applied Inquiry Projects (AIP), which address a significant question or issue in their area of practice in educating adults.The projects will be available for viewing in a poster-session format, inviting conversation with each graduate about new ideas and effective practices they have gained through their research and reflection. In a facilitated panel discussion, students…See More
"This is fabulous, Carol! I thought I knew all about this topic--and I learned a few things myself! Thank you for doing this so clearly and thoughtfully. This is a big contribution to the CAEA.
Bring on the Forum Topics everyone!
"Hi Sarah.... it was a pleasure meeting you also. I bet managing the e-learning efforts for a volunteer organization can keep you very busy! The CTA has not ventured into e-learning yet, but it is coming. I look forward to seeing you again at the…"
On May 8, 2013, James E. Zull, Professor of Biology, Biochemistry and Cognitive Science at Case Western Reserve University and author of "From Brain to Mind: Using Neuroscience to Guide Change in Education" led a workshop to help us learn how to use…