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As an engineer working in education, I have to spend a lot of my time learning about learning.  Instructional design, assessment theory and cognitive task analysis are all relatively new concepts to me.  Luckily, I find these topics very interesting so reading white papers and doing research does not seem like work to me.   “Learning styles” is one of the education ...

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How to Become a CCIE

Posted by David Mallory Mar 15, 2012

In my last post, I wrote about what it means to be an expert, and what is required to become an expert in any field – deliberate practice and accurate feedback.  This week I am going to focus on how to achieve your CCIE.    There are many blogs that discuss becoming a CCIE (click here for a list), most of which include study plans, tips and tricks, common issues, etc.  ...

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I attended Cisco Live in London last month, which is always a learning experience for me.  The questions, comments, and especially complaints, all help me understand what is important to our customers.   Probably the most common question I was asked is “what is the best way to get my CCIE?”  This is a typical question I hear at Cisco Live and I would not have thought ...

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