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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USC Rossier and the Mattel Children’s Foundation are bringing science and play together to teach STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) topics to fourth graders.
Educator Michael W. Niehoff shares how interconnectivity, PBL and technology can be used in schools today to create a bright future for education.
USC Rossier alum shares his experience in the Master of Arts in Teaching – TESOL program as well as how he started an English-language school in Taipei, Taiwan.
Michael Niehoff advocates for moving beyond tolerance in a diverse school setting.
In the education field, it is important for teachers to stay current about new teaching methods and perspectives. In order to improve students’ learning experiences and advance their own skill …
Here are ten books that focus on transformational definitions of learning and outside-the-box reforms, as well as the evolution of today’s learners that educators can reference to advance their teaching methods and perspective in and out of the classroom.
Progressive educators are pursuing the four C’s through many collaborative and communicative online resources such as Twitter and Twitter chats such as #Edchat.
After teaching English in South Korea, USC Rossier alumnus Matthew Jelllick is on his way to Ethiopia to teach at Ambo University.
The inaugural Gaming in Ed conference is a free online conference being held September 15–19. The conference has six fantastic keynote speakers and 15 regular sessions.