Well, as a pilot I dream of Alaska. Mudhole Smith and the other great bush pilots of Alaska - part of my personal hero posse - what can I say. Nowadays, I am typically tied to my crazy triple monitor system frantically trying to keep up with all the new things we are creating here at CTeL. So, I am working away on a project, and then Donna tells me we have our first
Many of our customers ask about our rescue pup turned office intern and we are proud to say she is now 1 year old. Incredible how time flies. She has really integrated herself in to office life. Mini Milk Bones (referred to as "cookies") are strategically placed on desks (office protocol ask that the "cookies" remain at least 8" from any edge of a desktop else they seem to disappear en masse ) for rapid deployment as needed.
I must admit one of the perks to creating online career courses is getting a chance to hang out with groups of STEM students couple days ago I made a jaunt up to Des Moines to meet that state's first class of Mobile Application Design and Development students. Des Moines School District has a high school called the Central Campus, which is a career and technical high school. The building was at one time a
I pulled a double the other day. I not only visited the first Mobile App class in Iowa, but got a chance to visit the first Coding and Video Game Development class we have in Iowa. Both are in the same school. Clint Gadbury is the teacher who is teaching two classes of our Coding and 3D Video Game Design Course. Clint is a veteran STEAM educator and has great connections to his learners.
Every once and a while I get to get out of the offices and go hang out at a school. September 10 found me not far from Kansas City. Most recently, Helen Hoch, teacher of Burlington High School invited me out to talk to her Personal Finance classes. All three of them. Needless to say, I had a great time. It is also a very important topic. Students need to understand that as they