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.
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This year, six doctoral students in Rossier’s EdD program have been named Noodle Innovation Scholars and are attending the ASU+GSV Summit. While there, the students will have an opportunity to meet with entrepreneurs and leaders in edtech, policy development and more.
Eric L. Fecht is a student in the online Doctor of Education (EdD) in Organizational Change and Leadership program and works at the Abu Dhabi Education Council implementing student response devices as a means to develop and prove or disprove strategies as well as gather data on student performance.
Jin Michael Fung is a student in the online Doctor of Education (EdD) in Organizational Change and Leadership program and is the Director of Planning and Institutional Research at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Juliann Martin, graduate of the online Master of Arts in Teaching-TESOL program, is a Special Education Teacher in a K-2 6:1:1 class in Brooklyn, New York.
Professor Helena Seli shares four apps shared at #SXSWedu that help mediate learning in individuals with intellectual and physical disabilities.
Helena Seli recaps Day 2 at #SXSWedu highlighting two dichotomies: learning outcomes vs. career outcomes and making vs. consuming.
We’re reporting this week from SXSWedu in Austin, Texas. With an open mind and a full schedule we are diving in to meet other educators innovating in various learning environments. We’ll be recapping each day here with photos, video and thoughts.
This is a guest post by Assistant Professor of Clinical Education Helena Seli. Professor Seli will be reporting trends and insights from SXSWedu this week.
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