On Wednesday, May 4, 2011, MSN candidates from one of the top rated nursing schools, Resurrection University, made their scholarly synthesis presentations in the Lower Lecture Hall at West Suburban Medical Center. Dr. Sandie Soldwisch, Dean of the College of Nursing, presented each of the six MSN students and their projects:…
On Saturday, May 7, 2011, 51 undergraduate and graduate students of the top nursing school in Chicago, Resurrection University attended spring commencement ceremonies with family and friends at the Drury Lane Oakbrook Theater in Oakbrook Terrace. The commencement speaker was Illinois Supreme Court Justice Anne Burke, who is married to Chicago Alderman Edward M. Burke.
The best nursing school in Chicago, Resurrection University is proud to announce its brand new Case Management Certificate Program, designed for nurses, social workers, and other health care professionals who want to move into a case management role. Case management has grown during the past decade as needs in community health care and the aging population…
In my quest to create a self-paced maths course that enables students to work anywehere between VELS levels 2 to 5, I recently purchased a Wacom Bamboo tablet. I bought this because Salam Khan uses it to make his videos. Who is Salman Khan? Check out the video below.
This week in maths, we are looking at the rather unexciting topic of multiplying fractions. This corresponds to level 3.25 in number in the mathematics… Continue
Added by Rob Sbaglia on June 26, 2011 at 2:18am —
GVC Contest teachers will be able to request ONE partner for the 3 school web design team. In order to do this teachers will need to first fill out the contest registration form at www.virtualclassroom.org. They will then receive an invitation to join the Teachers' Lounge Wiki when they will meet other teachers. The wiki also features support for those who need to…
Excited about finishing our second year as a Passport Model School. Our students and teachers had a very successful year integrating regional focus into their daily lessons. Students in grades 3-5 met high growth on our state standardizes tests with preliminary results. Way to go GCES!
Added by Cal Violette on June 21, 2011 at 8:13am —
Durante mucho tiempo, en el último cuarto del siglo XX, la educación abierta parecía encaminarse a ser la solución a la demanda masiva de educación en gran parte de los países latinoamericanos, sin embargo, ante el advenimiento de la aplicación de la tecnología en el campo de la educación, evidente en la creación de los cursos virtuales y de la diseminaciòn de estrategias de e-learning, cada vez se habla menos de la educación abierta.
This has been a great term for our students to be able to use ICT to access expertise. Here are three stories.
Story 1 - The scientist, the biology teacher, and the immunology competition
When one of our Virtual Experts, the fantastic Dr Krystal (a microbiologist in Melbourne) alerted us to an immunology competition, I popped it up onto our forum, not expecting anyone from our school wanting to enter (particularly as our focus is on history at the moment).… Continue
Added by Rob Sbaglia on June 17, 2011 at 12:30am —
Let's have fun learning about other cultures. We will explore their traditions, games, food, lifestyles and many more through live multi-points face-2-face videoconference connecting countries around the world. Great empowering program for young students and youth groups.
Our Journal is also committed to helping leverage the economies of underdeveloped world by allowing conferences and professors form the world’s 50 poorest countries to publish research articles and selected conference proceedings for free.