Embracing Experiential Learning

Desiree Moore  |  12|07|2020

Experiential learning is an active process in which a learner develops information, values, and skills through diligent application of theory or experience. Simply put, it is learning by doing....

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The Why and How of Learning Outcomes

Desiree Moore  |  11|16|2020

Today, crafting learning goals and outcomes to ensure the quality of education in higher education is standard practice. However, it wasn’t until about 20 years ago when accreditors began...

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Can Leadership Be Taught?

Desiree Moore  |  10|16|2020

In the spring of 2020, the world was disrupted by a virus, and since then, our ordinary has transformed drastically. The disruption caused a rise in telecommuting, advancements in...

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Lean into a Crisis Rather Than Retreat

Olin Oedekoven  |  07|29|2020

Late in the afternoon on July 2, 1863, when the 20th Infantry Regiment of Maine was out of ammunition, exhausted, and nearly defeated, Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, the newly appointed...

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An Accreditation Committee that Works

Desiree Moore  |  07|01|2020

At the core of every higher education institution’s mission and vision is quality. Colleges and universities worldwide understand their responsibility to provide students with programs and instruction that prepare...

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Being Social while Social Distancing

Deb Robbins  |  04|26|2020

In this challenging time, Peregrine’s entire team is working to guarantee the uninterrupted continuation of all the services and exceptional customer service our clients and partners have come to depend on....

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