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Since the beginning of the pandemic, many teachers have been forced into something most of them never practiced before – remote work. It took a while for educators around the world to figure out, how to make distance learning work for their students, and they had to put all their effort into it. They were… Read More

Scholarship Resources

By The Editorial Team

Scholarships, Grants, and Financial Aid for Teacher College Students Helpful Resources to Afford Education Studies Are you figuring out how to afford your education degree? If a career in teaching or administration represents your future, and you’re looking for opportunities to help you afford college, you’ve arrived at the right place. Whether you’re a freshmen,… Read More

We know that education loves its acronyms, and yet sometimes the hardest part is remembering what each stands for, never mind what each means! Recently we dived into the SAMR Model (pronounced “sammer”), to learn how technology can be used as a Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, or Redefinition when designing learning experiences. TPACK, which stands for… Read More

Downloadables

By The Editorial Team

Downloadable Resources The Editorial Team has linked to many helpful downloadable resources for teachers, from classroom worksheets to thought leadership readings. One day, somebody asked if there was a central area where a visitor could access all those downloadables. At the time we sadly responded no, but that gave us the idea to create this… Read More

Teaching is a long, involving profession that is rewarding for those who wish to see pupils master new skills and knowledge. A teacher’s job isn’t finished after the last school bell rings for the day. To spotlight and applaud teachers for all the hard work they put into educating children, we ran a sweepstakes during… Read More

Whether you’re helping a young child learn the alphabet or a secondary student grasp a math concept, one of the most gratifying parts of working with children is seeing their confidence grow as they master new skills. If you’re inspired by the prospect of helping guide a child’s development and learning, an associate degree in… Read More

Business enterprises across the world have long recognized that their greatest asset is their employees. And with the high costs associated with employee turnover, it makes sense to invest in current workers. Companies who develop their employees’ skills through training sessions show that they value their workers and are willing to spend money and time… Read More

Aspiring teachers applying for jobs may have noticed certain education-related requirements in job listings. Most of the time, a bachelor’s or master’s degree is required or preferred, depending on the school district or position. Terminal and professional degrees may also be mentioned. You may see phrases such as “terminal degree required” or “professional teaching degree… Read More

Every occupational field deals with changes, either from technological advancements or because of the way people view themselves and others. Nowhere is this more prevalent than teaching. The Bureau of Labor Statistics continually updates its list of occupations in the education, training, and library fields and predicts an expected 5% growth for all divisions in… Read More

Master’s in education policy degree holders may find themselves brainstorming about what path to take next. Winding up their studies is just the beginning of a long journey ahead. There are dozens of rewarding careers within grasp for education policy graduates. These careers allow them to employ their skills and share their deep understanding of… Read More

A Doctor of Education, or EdD, degree is a common choice for people who want to advance their career in education. In some ways, it’s similar to a PhD in Education, but while the PhD is focused on theoretical knowledge, an EdD is a practical course that concentrates on skills that can resolve problems in… Read More

A Ph.D is the highest academic degree most areas of study offer, and students who earn it are considered to be at the top of their field. The number of doctorates awarded by U.S. institutions is at an all-time high. Many universities offer doctoral degrees in various subjects, but a few allow ambitious students to… Read More

Teaching English overseas can be a rewarding experience, both personally and financially. However, not everyone has the means or desire to travel. Thanks to advances in technology, it’s now possible to teach English abroad without ever leaving home. Online English schools pair students in foreign countries with educators around the world who teach via video… Read More

The bachelor’s degree is the most common higher education credential in America. According to the U.S. Census, more than 33% of adults have a four-year degree. For millions of American workers, a bachelor’s degree is a stable platform from which they can find management and professional work. Education, however, has its own requirements. Most of… Read More

Education degrees come in numerous shapes and sizes, offering flexibility based on preferences and career objectives. For those aspiring for a graduate-level degree, there are two basic kinds of master’s degrees that provide further study in education: Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) and Master of Education (MEd). Despite the similarities in the concept —… Read More