Author Archives: Deb Weitzenkamp

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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Non Sequitur

This morning I would like to start with a personal conversation that my husband and I had several weeks ago…because well snippets of this conversation have been rumbling around in my head for several weeks.  It was pertaining to the … Continue reading

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Mobile Web Applications for Everyone

Looking for a quick and easy way to to collect data or distribute information to the masses?  Mobile apps have become the tool of choice for many, yet development can be difficult and expensive.  This presentations will demonstrate how to … Continue reading

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Backwards Design

If you missed today’s session on backwards design, here is the link: https://youtu.be/YZAFehUI7aw

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