Author Archives: Deb Weitzenkamp

Presenting with Clarity

If you were not able to join us this morning for Karly Black‘s presentation “Presenting with Clarity”.  Here is a link to the webinar, and here is a link to the slide deck.

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December’s Extension Life Hacks Webinar

Here is the link to the December Extension Life Hacks webinar.  https://youtu.be/pMVA_6w_f0w Enjoy!!!

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Presenting with Clarity

Please join us for another great Next Generation Extension webinar on Tuesday, January 14th at 10:00 a.m. CT. at https://nebraskaextension.zoom.us/j/583999580  Let’s face it, you likely started working in Extension because of your passion for a particular subject matter and not … Continue reading

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Thankful for Our Extension Family

As I age I’m getting even more sentimental about the relationships I have with people.  And last week as I spent time/connected with family for Thanksgiving I was struck at how similar the structure of my relationships with my family … Continue reading

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From the Outside Looking In

I’m an avid Husker football fan….yep, and I was there last weekend too!  I stayed until the last second.  It didn’t matter that we were behind….I was going to be there no matter what!  And, yes, I sat there from … Continue reading

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Helping Stakeholders Understand and Embrace Evaluation Data

Engaging stakeholders in evaluation data can be difficult. Yet we know that understanding and utilizing data is a critical vehicle in improving program outcomes and practices.  This workshop will introduce the idea of “data parties” which consist of fun, engaging … Continue reading

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Why Higher Order Learning is Important

Many of you know that I teach 3D CAD design for Extension.  Recently I was working on developing a 3D CAD design and within the design I needed to bend plastic….and the PLA I was working with is not flexible.  … Continue reading

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