For school districts that aim to attract parents and students, maintain a strong public image, and thrive in an increasingly competitive educational landscape, carefully developed marketing campaigns are a must. But effectively marketing school districts is easier...
As an education professional, it continues to be crucial to building your leadership skills as much as possible when first starting out. While there are a variety of ways to improve your leadership skills, it may come as a surprise that transformational leadership can...
Schools have had to learn how to adapt - and fast - to keep up with the ongoing threat that is the pandemic. At first, they were forced to shift to a virtual format, but now each district is figuring out the right balance for their students. Along with Chancellor of...
Completing a master’s degree in Education provides an educator with more than an additional degree and a raise in salary. The master’s degree supplies the methods and knowledge an educator needs to effectively teach, as well as providing possibilities for advancement.
For over twenty years, there’s been an impression across American culture that music can help people study and improve general intelligence. This all dates back to some research done by Dr. Gordon Shaw. His research seemed to show that classical music helped improve college students’ IQ scores by almost ten points. This remarkable finding became known as “The Mozart Effect.” It was widely reported in the popular press.
How does a teacher reach the individual student in significant ways while also maintaining a classroom environment with a large group under their responsibility? It helps to recognize the different learning styles that students employ. There are four learning styles that teachers can use. These bring meaningful educational connections between teachers and students, and between students and their learning material.
Society has started to place a higher demand on self-awareness, and the skills students develop while in school. One of the easiest ways to help students is to introduce them to different learning environments. Taking what students would traditionally learn in a classroom and incorporating that experience outside the classroom can change their understanding of real-life applications of what they’ve learned in the classroom.
With the increased focus on remodeling the education system, there has been a particular focus to popularize charter schools. Receiving government funding but operating differently from the state school system, charter schools have become a significant choice for many parents, owing to their numerous benefits. Well-managed charter schools are a benefit to society, parents, teachers, and students.
New and experienced teachers can feel like they do not know where to begin when considering the start of the next school year. With a curriculum to prepare, materials to organize, bulletin boards to decorate, and a myriad other details to take care of, the task can seem daunting. However, by systematically tackling the tasks related to the preparation of the classroom for the school’s first day, it is possible to face that first day fully prepared without winding up exhausted.
With graduation behind them, many recent college graduates are thinking about what comes next. For some, that means entering the workforce, but for others, that means continuing their education and applying for Masters programs. Most colleges and universities require that all incoming Masters students take the graduate record examination (GRE) and receive the appropriate score for the program of choice.