In recent years, the widespread concern surrounding the dwindling attention spans of learners has become a focal point for educational leaders. This issue encourages a
Even before they enter a K-12 classroom, children use or encounter an array of devices and software. From watching movies on a tablet to playing
The field of education constantly evolves, driven by advancements in technology and changing educational needs. In the digital age, educational technology leaders play a pivotal
Educational technology (ed tech) leaders are crucial in implementing and managing tech planning and administration in educational institutions. Leaders in ed tech are responsible for
In industries like medicine, law or information technology, continued professional development (PD) is an important job responsibility, as these professionals must ensure they’re keeping up
Reading, writing and speaking skills are the foundation of any learning process. Without the ability to communicate, learning becomes much more difficult. In schools where
Distance and remote learning options have become more common than ever, particularly since the COVID-19 pandemic forced schools to rely on them for learning. As
Northeast Louisiana’s Rachel Hattaway Earns Ed.D. to Make a Difference in Her Classroom and Community
Growing up, Rachel Hattaway became fascinated by weather. She was obsessed with the movie “Twister” and convinced her friends and family she would become a
Like other aspects of the educational process, curriculum and instruction experts need to stay current with new trends within the field and the science of
Some states require teachers to earn a Master of Education (M.Ed.) once they start their first teaching job. Even if that does not apply to
There are numerous “tried and true” methods and techniques for teaching English as a Second Language (ESL). Yet, many emerging approaches are also proving effective
The COVID-19 pandemic necessitated the rapid implementation of technology into classrooms across America, but emerging technologies will remain a staple of learning environments even after
As the United States has continued to grow more culturally diverse, classrooms throughout the country increasingly reflect that makeup. As a result, English language learners
Many factors play a part in developing a curriculum for English as a Second Language (ESL) classes. Teaching the fundamentals of the English language to
Teachers who pursue a master’s degree in education do it for more than a pay raise. Still, many want to know if obtaining an M.Ed.
At a very early age, a child’s individual strengths and weaknesses reveal themselves to parents and teachers. Some are better readers, and others are great
Crystal London was born to be in the classroom. “I enjoy being in school as much as I love teaching it,” she said. “After gaining
Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) is an approach that aims to achieve communicative rather than linguistic competence through learner interaction. Born in the 1980s, this strategy
While living just north of Detroit, Janelle Bross decided to earn her doctorate without ever leaving her living room. She enrolled in the Ed.D. in
Educational leaders who can solve real-world problems by applying theoretical knowledge to practical experiences are in high demand. School and district leaders seek qualified specialists
A doctoral degree in curriculum and instruction will prepare you for leadership roles in various settings, at all levels and areas of education. Experienced Educators
Nine years, three college degrees. Yantea Ingram completed that impressive run by graduating from the online Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a
It has been said that there is a generational divide between digital natives and digital immigrants. Digital natives, usually classified as those born after 1980,
Coaching motivated Dr. Eric Davis to become an educator, and he makes no bones about it. “I had no aspirations of doing administration work,” he
Access to an education is not just a human right, but a strong predictor of access to other vital opportunities and social goods. The University
When experienced teachers decide to go back to school to improve their instructional skills, move into a different teaching assignment or even simply move up
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