Matthew Giles did not always know he wanted to teach, but after his first time in a classroom, he realized it was his calling. After four years as an English language teacher and business consultant in both Costa Rica and the Philippines, he decided to pursue his Master of Arts in Teaching at USC.
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Today we have an interview with Lesli Rotenberg, general manager of children’s programming at PBS. We talk about transmedia storytelling, STEM and the future of children’s media.
What is transmedia storytelling?
A couple of weeks ago, I had the opportunity to connect with two of my fellow Trojans — Faith Howell and Nina Keller — in South Korea. Both Faith …
Whether you’re setting up your classroom or already back to school, it’s time to think about how to set up your space! With a well thought out space, you can inspire others, build a community and even break down barriers.
STEM Educator DJ Kast shares how she uses Popplet for lesson planning.
USC Rossier School of Education Achieves a High-Quality Online Program
With Graduates in 47 States and 16 Countries
An #Edchat resource guide for educators. #Edchat is a weekly organized Twitter discussion of educators from across the world and serves as a conversation thread on Twitter and is also used for organized weekly discussions.
We want to hear from you! How do you think education Twitter chats are influencing educators around the world?
This week’s #Edchat covered the pros and cons of faculty department meetings and how they can better serve teachers, and ultimately, students.
Matthew Jellick (’12) recaps a recent MAT-TESOL reunion at USC.