Category Archives: Communication

What is Next Gen Extension?

What is Next Gen Extension? Been hearing about some interesting PD Next Gen Extension is offering or recently read something unique and beneficial on the Next Gen blog? Been simply wondering what the Next Gen Extension Interest group is and … Continue reading

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Don’t let your einstellung get in the way!

Leah Gremm recently told me that she likes to challenge herself to learn one new word each day….whether that is a new English word, or in another language….she thinks it’s fun to throw these words into a workshop with her … Continue reading

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Reframing

A few weeks ago Carrie Gottschalk presented at Kimmel Education & Research Center on Behavior Management.  One of the strategies she talked about was reframing our perceptions of what was actually happening, and in the reframing process to think about … Continue reading

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Free Picture Library

We know that pictures help us illustrate the points that we are making when we present materials in Extension.  So, I wanted to quickly blog a new library that I just became aware of. Pics4Learning It has several collections, including … Continue reading

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Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium

The much awaiting spring Innovation in Pedagogy and Technology Symposium just announced their conference lineup today!  The conference will be held on May 8th at the Cornhusker Hotel in Lincoln, NE.  This conference has proven itself as a very helpful … Continue reading

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An Extension Educator’s Ultimate Guide to using OneNote

Microsoft OneNote is a powerful tool to organize instructional materials, utilize stylus-enabled devices to write notes, and disseminate materials between devices and to session participants. OneNote pages can include audio and video recordings, external videos, website links, pictures, text, file … Continue reading

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The Front of the Boat: How to Create a Culture of Employee Engagement

Rachel Szelag and Becky Carter, IANR Human Resources Specialists discussed why investing in your employees is important, what employee engagement impacts, and starting action items to create your own empowering workplace culture. Link to the recording

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