The University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education, one of the country’s top-ranked graduate schools of education, today announced a groundbreaking pledge to ensure the success of its graduates with a Commitment to support their continuous improvement and success for their entire professional education careers.
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Tawni Kirkpatrick lives in Westminster, California. She is a current student in the Master of Arts in Teaching program at USC and is obtaining a multiple subject teaching credential. She is a part time student and is excited to be more than half way through the program!
All of the professors I have had at USC have been amazing! I’ve …Read more about My Favorite Professor in the MAT Program
Dr. Olajide Williams is a studious man, serving as the chief of staff at the New York Presbyterian/Columbia Medical Center Department of Neurology. According to CNN, it was Williams who, despite not having any musical talent, came up with a clever idea to use popular music and movement to teach children to be healthy.
Williams stated, “I’m really hopeless. I’m a …
Coming to a mobile device near you: The Rossier School of Education is pleased to announce that all students, including Rossier Online students, can now access course content offline. With the new mobile application, students can download course content on their smartphones and mobile devices. After downloading content and videos, students can view the materials later on, with or without …Read more about Rossier School of Education Offers Offline Mode for Students
This month, the University of Southern California Rossier School of Education is excited to offer K-12 teachers an opportunity to get a little of what they continue to give — with The Classroom Project. This contest and campaign gives a voice to educators everywhere that are spending money out of pocket for classroom supplies.
The National School Supply and Equipment Association …
More than 75 percent of teachers support the implementation of the Common Core Standards — at least that is what a new poll conducted by the National Education Association (NEA) reports. According to the poll results, 26 percent of the respondents “wholeheartedly” support the standards and 50 percent of respondents support the standards with “some reservations.” A meager 11 percent …Read more about Teachers Support Common Core, but Concerns Still Exist
Who are you? Adam Smith, Co-Founder of TeacherTube.com
What inspired you to create TeacherTube? My brother had an issue back in 2007 when he was working as a school principal. At the time, the school directors were receiving files and files of digital media content and videos from companies such as Scholastic and Pearson. They needed places to store the media …
If you love natural beauty, you should consider teaching in South Carolina. With rivers, lakes and 500 miles of Atlantic Ocean shoreline, the state provides a multitude of options for outdoor recreation. If you decide to become a teacher in South Carolina, you’ll also be able to enjoy the state’s rich cultural tradition and a cost of living that is …Read more about How to Become a Teacher in South Carolina
“Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” — Benjamin Franklin
Teachers around the nation are doing just that — involving their students in classroom activities — no matter the cost. The reality is, 99.5% of teachers purchase classroom supplies and other equipment out of pocket. In the 2012-2013 school year alone, teachers spent …
Teaching is one of the most challenging and rewarding professions. Those who pursue a teaching career strive to make a positive difference in each of their students’ lives.
In fact, teachers are so dedicated to their professions that they often spend their own money on classroom supplies. According to a National School Supply and Equipment Association (NSSEA) study, of the $3.2 …
The University of Southern California’s Rossier School of Education, one of the country’s top-ranked graduate schools of education, today announced a groundbreaking pledge to ensure the success of its graduates with a Commitment to support their continuous improvement and success for their entire professional education careers.Read more about USC Rossier Announces Commitment to Deliver Professonal Support to All Graduates