Bridging the Gap…
I have always been passionate about learning, on people, on things, on life, wherever I can. I also love sharing with people my experience and knowledge, after over 40+ years struggling through life and my own integration to a society that is so far away from my own country of birth.
This blog is about sharing some success learning strategies for those who are also looking for ways to optimize their work and study. With technological advances, the road to certification seems to be less complicated than in my lifetime, as a non-native English or French speaker who has to overcome a lot of prejudices because of my different look and values.
Through this end-of-career project, on which I have been working for the past seven years, while doing my doctoral studies which I started at age 55, I am now happy to present my “baby” in the form of a virtual corporation to provide solutions to your educational needs in lifelong learning. For some of you, it is just another service among a multitude of others, but for the rest of teachers who ate less fortunate, this could be a life-changing experience, thanks to this change in online training and distance learning methods.
Tools such as LMS support, Video Conference Live Chat, and Study guides for your self-learning are useful and necessary for some of you, who cannot benefit from the conditions offered to others who are more lucky in this lifetime.
In case you find this blog useful, feel free to share around…
Thanks and may God bless you,
- Studying Buddhism: On Sharing Common ValuesPursuing my research on Eastern and Western values for my book collection, my mind is waggering left and right, as I continue to discover more and more on the human mind, seen from the viewpoint of an Asian, and a Buddhist. Working on my book series on Education, Cultures and Ethics in the Vietnamese context,Continue reading “Studying Buddhism: On Sharing Common Values”
- Call for paper: Culture and Ethics in ContextStarting my Saturday morning with a cup of coffee (actually for me it’s a cup of tea), and reflecting on what I can learn from other research fellows in applied ethics in the context of Vietnam to include in my reflections in my coming book “Vietnam in transition: 30 years later…”. Culture and Ethics playContinue reading “Call for paper: Culture and Ethics in Context”
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- Tips on international studiesWhile reviewing my past work on this topic, I am sharing some notes posted on my page SBI-training.com some time ago. Discipline: International Studies & Global Governance. Type of Degree /Diploma: DAS, pre-MBA, IOMBA, EMBA, DBA, Ph.D. Recommended Courses for International Business, click here. Key Concepts: Development Studies, Public Governance, Comparative environmental frameworks, Geo- andContinue reading “Tips on international studies”
- Some thoughts on political philosophysbitrainingsolutions.com