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  1. Sep 2015
    1. Download Digital Me's badge canvas

      Might be a bit difficult to do but it’d be nice to have an interactive version of the canvas, wizard-style. Going through the canvas with others does wonders to everyone’s understanding of what and why badging matters. But there’s a bit of handholding involved, in my experience.

  2. May 2015
    1. However, by usinglearningcomunitiesastheforuminwhichtheycan comparetheirownjourneysascriticalyreflectivelearners, adult educators realize that what they thought were idiosyncratic incremental fluctuations in energy and comitment,privatemoralesapingdefeatssuferedin isolation,andcontext-specificbarierspreventingchange, areoftenfeaturesthatareparaleledinthelivesof coleagues.Thisknowledge,evenifitfailstograntany insightsintohowthesefelingsorbarierscanbe ameliorated,canbethediferencebetwenresolvingtowork forpurposefulchangewhenevertheoportunityarises,and falingpreytoamixtureofstoicismandcynicisminwhich staying within comfortably defined boundaries of thought and action becomes the overwhelming concern.

  3. Feb 2014
    1. (Vote: 7-2) Yes: The statute is unconstitutional because the constitution contains a right to an abortion.
    1. Holding: The holding should directly respond to the question in the Issue Presented, begin with “yes” or “no,” and elaborate with “because…” from there. If the opinion says “We hold…” that’s the holding; some holdings aren’t so easy to pinpoint, though, so look for the lines in the opinion that answer your Issue Presented question.
    1. Holding As the issue�s complement, the holding consists of two parts: (1) a “yes” or “no” conclusion to the brief�s issue and (2) the rule of law the court establishes. The rule of law is a guidepost that courts use to decide future cases based on the legal concept of stare decisis (judicial tendency to follow prior decisions).

      The holding has two parts:

      1) A decision on the legal issue (yes/no)

      2) The rule of law the court establishes

  4. Jan 2014
    1. the judge will state the legal issue(s) involved, her decision about the issue s (the holding) , and her reasoning.

      the holding is a part of a judicial opinion that states the decision about the legal issues involved in a case.