A school district in Alabama has become the first in the state to begin implementing a new technology designated to protect teachers and students during active shooter situations. The technology, called SafeDefend, is “a small box that will be in every room in the Limestone County School System. The device… Continue Reading District Implements Technology System to Help Teachers Protect Classrooms in Active Shooting Situations
Times of flux should signal the A-OK for some experimentation in schools. My own school, for instance, is encouraging more PBL. In my room, we’ve got my advocacy unit on superheroes. Meanwhile, a fundraiser is launching in a sixth-grade room, a seventh-grade science class is doing a national parks tie-in… Continue Reading Project-Based Learning and Gamification: Two Great Tastes That Go Great Together
In an effort to bottle the tornado of fraudulent claims made each year, seven state assistance programs run by the Georgia Department of Community Health and the state’s Department of Human Services will begin using a Fraud Detection-as-a-Service solution next year. Fraud costs government assistance programs billions each year, and… Continue Reading 7 State Assistance Programs in Georgia to Utilize Fraud Detection Services
A couple of years ago, I wrote a blog post discussing how employee engagement is more about leadership than free coffee mugs and prizes. Debbie Laskey has posted a great selection of ideas for engaging employees in the workforce. Some will apply to security awareness … some won’t. But well… Continue Reading Some More About Employee Engagement
OK … so here it is … the secret recipe for success in security awareness training. It’s taken years and years of work in the classroom and online to figure it out, but I’m going to share this secret with you right now.
Two articles that I came across today highlight the serious risk of poor data destruction procedures. The National Health Service in Surrey (UK) has been fined £200,000 (about US$300,000) for failing to completely remove patient data from recycled PCs – some of which ended up on an online auction site.… Continue Reading Don’t Ignore Data Destruction
It is always found that physicians, physician assistants, nurse, nurse practitioners and other health professionals frequently encounter work related safety and health question while they are on their job. The present article will enlighten the readers with adequate information and resources and help the clinicians with adequate knowledge about OSHA (Occupational Safety… Continue Reading All About OSHA And Medicine
The world is experiencing massive changes in eLearning, so the related craze for it is increasing accordingly. Many social learning platforms are making the eLearning environment better accessible and better manageable. The mobile phones are no more the simple phones; they are the smart phones with multi utilities and many… Continue Reading Trend-spotting: 3 Learning and Development Movements You Need to Watch
Study of humanities was relevant in the past and is equally relevant in the present. The study of humanities is the unavoidable discipline and it is beyond any argument that study of humanities will remain equally important in the future too. The fact is our world is shrinking day… Continue Reading The Future of Teaching and Learning Will Always Need the Humanities
A lot of confusion has been raised regarding the compliance of cloud to the HIPAA. On the contrary, the healthcare community itself is not very sure of it and is looking at it as a double edged sword. The cloud presents you a shimmering picture of cost-effective option. It provides… Continue Reading Does the cloud provide an easier route to HIPAA compliance?