This year’s SXSWedu (March 7-12, 2015) highlighted the diverse nature of the education community, and drove home the idea that technology and creativity are at the center of personalized learning.
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Each week we’ll be posting memorable quotes from the week’s #edchat discussion. This week’s topic: How have writing and reading blogs affected your teaching & how has it affected your students’ learning?
USC Rossier Trojan meetup in Itaewon-dong neighborhood in Seoul, South Korea!
Each week we’ll be posting memorable quotes from the week’s #edchat discussion. Here are our picks for the week of April 15th…
In March 2012 Nidhi Singh quit her job as an auditor. Now, two years later, she’s a graduate of the Master of Arts in Teaching program at USC Rossier. Earlier this year, she was named a Rookie of the Year by Fort Bend Independent School District…
Curious about volunteer opportunities at 826? Find out how I found a way to share my talents and give back.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to visit Chadwick International (CI) in Incheon, South Korea. CI is USC Rossier’s first international school partner, so I was excited to meet some of the faculty, staff, students and even a couple of current Master of Teaching candidates doing their program field work!
When Kathryn Thomas enrolled in the USC Rossier Master of Education program, she made a commitment to herself — students come first. She got organized, made a plan and cut back on her extracurricular involvement at her high school so she could pursue her degree without disrupting her full-time job as a teacher.
On January 17, 2014, the University of North Carolina and the world lost a great innovator in both the special education and gifted and talented education sectors.
In 1998, California passed Proposition 227, which eradicated most of the state’s bilingual programs and required English language learners to only be taught in English. While the motives of the …