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My guest for today is Kristin Barret. Born and raised in Chicago, Kristin and her family transitioned to Mexico to oversee the operations of an MBA and leadership school. Before her key role at Collective Academy, Kristin built a tenured career in the meeting point of innovation and education. Now, she co-heads an ambitious plan to forge Mexico’s next generation of leaders by providing critical needs and helping accelerate their success.
My guest today is Dr. Eva Lantsoght, a civil engineer from Belgium, currently a tenured research professor at USFQ in Ecuador, and Duolingo success story. But if you are in the process of either starting or completing your doctoral...
My guest for today’s episode is Chip Reaves, IT veteran and President for almost 10 years of Bigger Brains. Bigger Brains’ vast library of high-quality video-based courses on a variety of corporate training issues has received awards every year...
It’s a joy to introduce you to my guest for this week: Andreana Castellanos, Process Engineer, Founder and CEO of Afinidata, and fellow Colorado State graduate—go Rams! Afinidata is a Guatemalan-American social entrepreneurship born out of Andreana’s volunteering experiences. It...
My guest for today is Kasper Spiro, Dutch tech entrepreneur, and CEO of EasyGenerator.com With a tenured background in enterprise software, Kasper realized there were glaring gaps in the way corporate training tech addresses customer issues. Long story short, he...
Have you ever wondered if the way you reward your students works? Do they actually display these rewards in public? Does it actually show evidence for their skills? And is the idea of earning a reward be a strong...
Missed a beat of any of our fantastic guest? Catch up with our handy guide and recap! Plus: Upcoming guest lineup
I hope you find my two very special guest for today as lovely as I have all my life. Julie MacGregor and Gina Mallon have been teachers at different schools in the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School system for more than 10 years each.
We think of Moodle as the most widely used elearning platform. But believe it or not, there is another, more omnipresent system on the internet with the potential of transforming the education of millions. It's called WordPress.
If you are a regular LMSPulse reader, you know of the countless and ever growing number of platforms out there to launch a course.