Month: February 2014

Top Tips for Gadget Security

The digital age has made us crazy about our gadgets but top of the popularity stakes are the iPad, the best-selling tablet on the market and of course the iPhone. These, and other gadgets are great to own and they are all designed to make life easier and fun at the same time but possessing the latest in high tech may make you an attractive target for thieves. A best-selling device becomes a top target for burglars while the small, slim designs mean that the iPhone and the iPad can easily become lost or damaged so what is the...

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How Leadership Styles Have Changed

“If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams In honor of President’s Day, it’s time to look at changing leadership styles, currently undergoing significant change. Philosophies advance with technology to shift things into a brave new world of how we get things done. From authoritative to participative . . “Leadership is the art of getting someone else to do something you want done because he wants to do it.” Dwight D. Eisenhower For much of the 20th century we’ve been taught about top-down management. The...

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Why iPad makes the perfect learning companion at home and at school

The days of chalkboards and lectures in school are long extinct; the world of education now revolves around technology, and that technology changes with every new school year.  One of the most impressive forms of technology that students and teachers are using in today’s classroom is the iPad.  With thousands of apps geared toward education, the iPad is changing the way both teachers and parents inspire children. Using the iPad in schools, teachers can create assignments customized for each individual student.  If one student is a visual learner, he can download a video that shows examples of what is being taught.  For...

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