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The Gardian Blog

The Gardian Blog, featured in Alltop and Association Universe, serves as a rich content library that illuminates topics and issues of importance to the association community, particularly as they relate to professional development.

Bright Idea: Caught on camera

As teachers retire, in come younger educators, many of whom have grown up with some sort of technology in their lives. And so, professional development should reflect their learning styles. Understanding that, the Colorado Education Association recently introduced video observation and feedback into its teacher training and learning program.

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Voices and Views: August

Event Garde is committed to professional development, for ourselves and for our industry. As such, we’re avid readers of industry news. We’d like to share these must-reads
with you.

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Volunteering should be mutually beneficial

Volunteers are crucial to organizations, especially when it comes to events. But volunteerism needs to benefit both parties. One of the perks for volunteers is networking according to a recently released report by the ASAE Foundation.

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Professional development for millennials (and everyone else too)

It’s a myth that millennials feel entitled to a better title and more pay for simply doing their jobs. Yes, they have expectations – they expect for a job to present them with opportunities for growth; they expect to be able to learn and gain valuable experience; and they expect to make a difference in the world.

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Bright Idea: New look and feel

The Convention Industry Council just launched its new brand. As the result of member input, the organization is now the Events Industry Council, complete with a new logo.

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Content + strategy + technology = effective education

In a recent report, Abila broke down results from its 2016 Member Engagement Study, which found for millennials and Gen Xers, continuing education is one of the top reasons for belonging to an association.

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