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Continuing Education (CEU) Courses | CCIDC, Inc.

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CCIDC is not affiliated in any way with any third party continuing education provider or organization.  CCIDC does not endorse or recommend any third party continuing education provider or organization. The contact and other information provided by CCIDC is only intended as a courtesy to those interested in utilizing the service of such third party continuing education providers and organizations. CCIDC receives no compensation or other benefit from such third party continuing education providers or organizations for providing such contact and other information to future or prospective Certified Interior Designers (CIDs).

CCIDC is not responsible for, and expressly disclaim all liability resulting in or for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to or reliance on such materials.  While the information contained within this site and CCIDC’s continuing education (CEU) materials

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Exploring Minecraft in Education | BrainPOP Educators

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It’s a rare teacher who encourages students to visit another world when they should be focused at school. But that’s exactly how Joel Levin, a computer teacher at Columbia Grammar and Preparatory School, got his 2nd-graders engaged.

Joel introduced the game Minecraft – in which players create new civilizations – with a simple instruction: “Think of this world as part of school.”  He shares, “Over several weeks, students will collaborate, share limited resources, and create a functioning society.  Through the lens of the game, they will be introduced to the concepts of digital citizenship — each child must behave responsibly and treat his or her fellow players with respect.  Students wishing to learn more about the game are encouraged to practice basic research skills as they search the various wikis and forums devoted to the game.

Joel become so passionate about using Minecraft in education that he ultimately teamed up

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Interior Design | Undergraduate Education

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The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA)— accredited Interior Design Program at Kent State University is dedicated to the understanding, development and improvement of the physical environment and the protection of the public.

A multidisciplinary approach to the design education of the individual is promoted to establish an understanding of the human experience in the environment. The program fosters intellectual curiosity, critical thinking and professional responsibility within a diverse and collegial community of faculty and students. The Kent State University interiors curriculum has been developed to promote excellence through rigor of academics and to challenge the student body to explore, examine, deliberate and solve those situations that affect the individual and the environment in both physical, social and psychological manners.

To support this mission the Kent State Interior Design Program seeks to promote the following objectives and values:

  • Recognize its accountability to the global impact of the resources, and social
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Can small pieces of land bring neighborhoods together? Milwaukee urban garden, community education center proposed

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An urban garden and community education center is being proposed for a central city site northwest of downtown Milwaukee.



a tree in a parking lot: Vacant lot, corner of North 15th Street and W. Walnut Street in Milwaukee.


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Vacant lot, corner of North 15th Street and W. Walnut Street in Milwaukee.

It would be developed on a 9,000-square-foot vacant lot, south of West Walnut Street between North 14th Lane and North 15th Street, by Venus Consulting LLC, according to a new Common Council resolution.

That resolution calls for selling the city-owned lot for $1 to Venus Consulting, which a Department of City Development report describes as a community advocacy, activism and education organization.

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The property would “be developed with garden amenities focusing on herbs, edible flowers, butterfly garden and serenity/meditation spaces,” the report said.



a large brick building with grass in front of a house: The urban garden would grow medicinal and edible plants.


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The urban garden would grow medicinal and edible plants.

Most of the

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Milwaukee urban garden, community education center proposed

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An urban garden and community education center is being proposed for a vacant lot near West Walnut and North 15th streets. (Photo: City of Milwaukee)

An urban garden and community education center is being proposed for a central city site northwest of downtown Milwaukee.

It would be developed on a 9,000-square-foot vacant lot, south of West Walnut Street between North 14th Lane and North 15th Street, by Venus Consulting LLC, according to a new Common Council resolution.

That resolution calls for selling the city-owned lot for $1 to Venus Consulting, which a Department of City Development report describes as a community advocacy, activism and education organization.

The property would “be developed with garden amenities focusing on herbs, edible flowers, butterfly garden and serenity/meditation spaces,” the report said.

Most of the space would be used to grow medicinal plants, which can be used to make teas, and edible plants, said

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Interior Design Education, Ideas, Color, Curtains, Free Courses, Styles

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Free Online Interior Decorating Education and Interior Design Inspiration

Whether its home interior design or looking for professional or commercial design and planning, interiordezine.com, and sister site prointeriordesigner.com have all the information that is required for the interior decorating novice, junkie or design professional.

Interiordezine.com has been built and written by qualified designers, decorators and architectural designers all bringing a wealth of information and experience to you for free. They practice the design profession for a living so are in touch with what you need help with. Learning about the basics of design and decoration is easy. Information is provided to you to educate and promote the interiors profession.

You can source a number of educational articles that will help you decorate your home like a professional.Enjoy your visit to interiordezine.com, a website dedicated to interior design and decorating education. Get some inspiration from our ideas and examples and well

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