A course that you design yourself.
A course to help you learn more about yourself
A course that is designed for you to work through and complete on your own.
A course to improve your physical fitness
A course where the participants and facilitators are in the same physical location, face-to-face.
A course for medical advisors
A course where you learn about things that can't exist in the real world
An online course where the facilitators guide the participants.
A classroom without an instructor
A course made up of a combination of two or more delivery methods (self-study, physical, virtual).
A course taught by two or more instructors
A course that takes place both in the day time and at night
Any course on the Learner Tab
A course about how to make and stick to a schedule
A virtual or physical course course that has a set start date and time and usually involves an instructor or facilitator.
The moment when you understand a difficult concept.
The place where a course is being held.
One occurrence of a scheduled course.
The place on the learner tab where I can keep track of and reflect on the progress of my learning.
The place on the learner tab where I can brag about my success.
The place on the learner tab where I can keep track of my fitness goals.
Assigned walking routes.
Required courses that members must take.
Suggested groups of courses or activities to guide member growth in each of the four phases (Foundational, Daniel, Member, Leader).
Refers to the order in which courses must be done.
Is a guide to help equip individuals at various stages in their journey as life long learners. There are four phases; Foundational, Daniel, Member, Leader.
Is a garden fountain at the International Center.
Is a visual picture of all courses.
Is a visual picture of the Flow of Training, showing how phases, learning and areas of growth overlap.
Is a colorful picture.