Category Archives: Austin Texas metro area

The Power of Mentoring

I could use some help. I’m trying – without success – to create an acronym that captures the essence of mentoring. How would you use MENTOR or MENTORING as an acronym? What I have so far needs some work. M. … Continue reading

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Training in SECURITY Th 1/15/2015 for Directors

Gregg Bourland, head of the JCC security and trainer to law enforcement personnel will speak to the Judeo-Christian Directors’ group on Thursday January 15th at noon to one.  Please register by calling Sharon at 512/249-7629 before T noon, so we … Continue reading

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Christian Directors' Group Lunch

In Metro Austin Taylor: Monday the 13th, one o’clock at Ferrari’s South: Wednesday the 15th one o’clock at Souper Salad on South Lamar near Ben White Central: *THURSDAY the 16th* noon at Mi Casa on 183 at Ohlen, in front … Continue reading

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Poll for Religiously Affiliated Schools

Thanks to everyone who made the “Christian Directors’ Group-Taylor” a great success. Here is the poll I promised. Please participate in polling only if you are a director, assistant director, or owner of a Christian or Jewish school (so we … Continue reading

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Coming to NISOD to talk about interactive activities in college classroom.

Memorial Day, Monday May 26th, at 10:15. at the Convention Center, (in Room 13B probably), I will be hosting a discussion on using interactive activities in the college classroom to encourage student engagement. “Ways to Engage Students: Pros, Cons, and … Continue reading

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