Education

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02
Apr

How to Cultivate Student Autonomy

How to cultivate student autonomy

People pursuing a career in teaching are often driven by their passion to create environments where students can optimize their learning processes.

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31
Mar

How Future Teachers Can Maximize Student Learning Through Technology

How future teachers can maximize student learning through technology

Helping students develop skills that will prepare them for college and careers is a big part of teachers' jobs.

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31
Mar

Benefits of Getting a Teaching Master's Online

Learn from home to fit school into your busy schedule.

Going back to school to get your master's degree is a great step for your career, but did you know you can become a teacher online?

Mon
24
Mar

Reducing Test Anxiety

Reducing Test Anxiety

The season for state-mandated assessments of student achievement is just around the corner, and every student taking such exams is without a doubt experiencing a little bit of frustration, anxiety or both.

Fri
14
Mar

How to Become a College Professor

How to Become a College Professor

If you are really passionate about a certain subject and would like to share all the knowledge you've accumulated over the years, you should consider a career in teaching as a college professor.

Tue
11
Mar

How to Choose an Endorsement for Your Master's Program

Select the right educational endorsement for your career in teaching.

Going back to school to earn your masters and further your career in teaching means choosing a more specified field of study.

Fri
07
Mar

3 Ways To Engage Gifted Students in the Classroom

How to Engage Gifted Students in the Classroom

If you are learning how to become a teacher, you should be aware of the different types of students that might come across your path.

Tue
04
Mar

How a Masters in Education Helps Your Career

Getting a masters in education can help you achieve your career goals.

Finding a career in teaching can be challenging because there is so much competition.

Wed
26
Feb

Why Wouldn’t You Want to be a Teacher?

Choosing a career path and finding a job in your chosen field can be difficult enough.  It would be nice if it was smooth sailing from there.  That’s certainly not the case for teachers, not when almost half of all those who enter the teaching profession don’t reach their five-year benchmark.  During a recent networking event, I spoke with a young, energetic woman who taught fourth grade.  She said she loved being with the children but she “hated all the planning.”  A program coordinator with a non-profit was considering a career change; he said that he was interested in teaching but his biggest concern was student behaviors.  To be fair, I had planned to be anything but a teacher—writer, lawyer, zookeeper—but only because there are so many misconceptions about teaching.

Mon
24
Feb

Exploring student-centered learning

Exploring student-centered learning

There are many different styles and methodologies that educators can use to help create the best learning environment possible in a classroom.

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