Experts in Quality Service



Educating the Educators: The Role Professional Development Plays for Today's Teachers

In many industries, professional development has grown from a nice to have on the side of the employer to a must have for workers. In this blog, we’ll use teachers as a case study to explore how mandated professional development isn’t the answer, and how individuals need to be investing in themselves and the skill of adaptation, written from the perspective of a student in a remote learning setting.

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Maintaining Professionalism While Living With Long-Term Illness

According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), nearly 1 in 5 American adults live with some form of mental illness. Per the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 6 in 10 adults in the USA have a chronic disease. Combined, that’s more than 120 million Americans living with chronic health issues today. And yet, despite the sheer number and severity of the issue, mental illness and chronic …

Machine Learning 2.0: Living My Sophomore Year as a Digital Nomad

I’ve always lived in a tech-forward household. My dad, being a software consultant, always had computers around. My sibling and I were home-schooled throughout my elementary school years, so we spent much of our time on our laptops. As a result, I consider myself to be pretty familiar and comfortable with technology as a whole. Now, being in my sophomore year of high school during this pandemic, this skill has …