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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Put Together Your New Craftsman Leaf Blower Vacuum Fast: Video Tutorial

Put Together Your New Craftsman Leaf Blower Vacuum Fast: Video Tutorial

WINNIPEG, Manitoba - Nov. 3, 2020 - PRLog -- I recently purchased my new Craftsman leaf blower and vacuum on sale. I was so happy, I couldn't wait to give it a try. Unfortunately, the three of us, my wife and I and our mutual friend online who recommended buying it struggled to put it together. My friends model was about 12 years old. Still works, but slightly different than ours. Ours is the hand-held Craftsman 12 amp Corded Leaf Blower/Vacuum Mulcher. All of us are quite savvy at putting things together but this one stumped us!

The problem was the diagram. It showed the vacuum latch already open with no clear explanation on how to open it. Then by playing around with it for another 15 minutes or so, by some fluke it opened. Soon after, we targeted in on it, and we figured it out! It's actually a very simple thing to do but hundreds of people are having the same problem with it. Moreover, none of the available YouTube videos show how to open and close this vacuum latch. But now there is a video tutorial to show you how it's done. In fact, it's the only one that does!

If this just described your dilemma then wait no longer.  Jump to this YouTube video tutorial by ezreklama right now and finish up your yard work!

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Heavy Duty Mechanic from Canada Joins Airborne Brigade in Ukraine

Canadian Red Seal Heavy Duty Equipment Mechanic, John, was not content simply watching the Russia-Ukraine war on Canadian news channels and decided to do something about it. Not just send money or volunteer for a short time  to help “the poor Ukrainians back home, but to really do something”. 

John decided to join the Ukrainian army to help support the fight against Russian aggression by becoming a tank mechanic and driver. 

Click the link below to hear his story.

Canadian Red Seal Mechanic Joins the 80th Airborne Brigade in Ukraine

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

Formative Evaluation Guidelines

© Ihor Cap, Ph.D.

Formative evaluation is a process of collecting evidence to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of   instruction. Formative evaluation begins once the instructional product has been developed in its rudimentary or draft form.  There are many ways to collect data and information to determine what is working and what requires improvement in your instruction. The guidelines suggested herein focus on a modified but rigorous three stage model espoused by Dick and Carey (1985). Studies have shown that following such an approach can make a significant difference in the effectiveness of instructional materials (Cap, 1995).

The three stages of formative evaluation in this model are as follows: