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Education - the formal aspects.....

Education occurs within both lifelong and lifewide learning situations.  Formal aspects of my education journey has taken me through the halls of the institutions listed below......

Hamline University

Work on my Masters (MAeD) began fall of 2006 at Hamline University in St. Paul.  I selected the program since it gave me the opportunity to focus on "education" as a subject rather than pursuing a masters in teaching (MAT).

Reflections 
(4/5/2013 11:13 AM)

I am fairly certain that I will not complete my studies at Hamline and instead transfer coursework to an institution with a richer history of PLA (prior learning assessment).....  However, I did have one of the most educationally rich courses in my life while at Hamline - the course was lead by  Dan Loritz one of this state's best!

St. Olaf College

Link to St. Olaf

During my tenure at St. Olaf I was selected to be a member of Sigma Pi Sigma (national physics honor society).  In addition, I had a chance to travel and study abroad in Greece, Rome, and England.

University of St. Thomas

The Mini Master certificate provided an eight week opportunity to focus on introductions to various tools and topics at the core of software design and development. 

General program information can be found at: http://www.stthomas.edu/execed/minimasters/

University of Minnesota

I have taken a number of masters-level courses at the University's Humphrey School of Public Affairs.  

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