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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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.
Which organizations are making a difference in K-12 education both in and out of the classroom?
Even though 84 percent of K–12 public school teachers are female, there are still many avenues of our culture in which women are marginalized or discriminated against. Here are 42 women leading the way in education.
Here are some ideas and resources on how teachers can stay up-to-date and continue to learn from this week’s #Edchat.
If you’re a professional looking to earn a Doctor of Education, there are a variety of EdD programs to consider. It’s important to carefully choose the program that best suits your personal career ambitions.
USC Rossier School of Education Dean Karen Symms Gallagher recently attended a three-day forum that placed senior congressional staff who help shape policy in the same room with U.S. educators. Ana Beatriz Cholo, along with USC News, recapped the event in the following article.
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.
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 …