JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 23: Six-Months Later – Search for Meaning Continues

JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 23: Six-Months Later – Search for Meaning Continues.: Half a year has now gone by since my lay-off. That’s the longest I’ve been unemployed since 1979. The process really makes you think about what’s really important in … Continue reading JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 23: Six-Months Later – Search for Meaning Continues

My Four Pillars: A Philosophy of Higher Education, Part 1

I’ve been filling out teaching/education-related job application and I was met with this little gem: Please provide a concise statement of your philosophy of higher education. (Minimum: 300 words) The gift of sharing knowledge and experiences has been one of … Continue reading My Four Pillars: A Philosophy of Higher Education, Part 1

JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 17: Just Checkin’ In

JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 17: Just Checkin’ In. Borrowing from my online Master’s Days, this podcast is just a chance to talk about what’s ongoing and going on. I’m checking in. Click here to download an Archive.org version of this video … Continue reading JBB’s Final Thoughts Episode 17: Just Checkin’ In

OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea – Part 2: Is Mentoring for You?

The following are notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Sharing Resources (p21) Work: I have the benefit of having been a classroom teacher before becoming the lab teacher, I had … Continue reading OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea – Part 2: Is Mentoring for You?

OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea – Part 1: Mentoring as an Art

The following notes that I wrote as part of a class assignment for a class in Mentoring. Enjoy. Have You Been Mentored? (p4) 1. “Aha” experience: Biblestudy leader, Greg, when I was 15-years-old, that moment affected the next 15-years of … Continue reading OMAET Book Notes – Monitoring by Gordon Shea – Part 1: Mentoring as an Art