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.
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It’s always Teacher Appreciation Day here on Thursdays and today we’ve decided to feature a group of teachers and educators who we’ve seen grow their PLN via multiple forms of social media, including Twitter’s #edchat, their dynamic blogs, and their ability to interact with educators for PD! We’ll continue to spotlight a handful of individuals for Thank a Teacher Thursdays …Read more about Thank a Teacher Thursday: January 10th, 2013
Teach.com, a website developed in partnership with USC Rossier Online dedicated to discovering, discussing and encouraging great teaching around the world, has just launched the Teach100, a dynamic ranking tool for education blogs.
The Teach100 is a great resource for everyone interested in education who doesn’t have the time to sift through the blogosphere to find the best education-related content …
If you would like to become a teacher but find that most programs do not offer flexibility to accommodate your current work schedule, then the University of Southern California’s Rossier Online program may be your best option. This high-quality program has helped individuals all over the world achieve their dreams of becoming “transformative teachers” while completing most of the coursework …Read more about How USC Helps You Earn a Teaching Degree & an Online Teaching Credential
Welcome to your first day of USC Rossier Online classes! You are about to embark on an academic adventure that is guaranteed to change your life. If you’re feeling both excited and nervous about starting graduate school, remember that you’re not alone. Everyone in your cohort will probably feel overwhelmed at one time or another during the next few months. …Read more about Congratulations on Your First Day of Class!
Thanks in large part to globalization and modern technology, English has become the dominant language around the world. The New York Times reports that about one-quarter of the world’s population is able to communicate in English to some extent. It is the common language for every type of global enterprise, including business, entertainment and popular culture, and it represents about …Read more about How is a Master’s in TESOL Relevant Overseas?
Hello! I am Nour Gemayel, living in Orlando, Florida.
I graduated from the University of Central Florida, class of 2011, with a Bachelor in Political Science –International Relations Degree. I spent the following year living in Boston, MA trying to enter the humanitarian-aid field. After a year of difficult chase, I knew it was time to make way for another career …
Two weeks ago, we all experienced shock and heartbreak as we learned of the 26 victims at Sandy Hook Elementary and the 1 victim in a residence nearby. As I have watched CNN this week and learned more about the children and teachers who died that day, I have reflected on my experience as a substitute teacher in the local …Read more about Needed Now: Training for Substitute / Guest Teachers
This student spotlight was written by Jessica Suess. Jessica has a background in coaching competitive swimming. She is excited about bringing her skills to the classroom and creating inquiry-based classroom settings.
I’m Jessica Suess, a full-time student in USC Rossier’s online Master of Arts in Teaching with single subject credential program. I currently live in Los Gatos, California — a …Read more about Student Spotlight: Jessica Suess | Los Gatos, CA
It’s always Teacher Appreciation Day here on Thursdays and today we’ve decided to feature a group of teachers and educators who we’ve seen grow their PLN via multiple forms of social media, including Twitter’s #edchat, their dynamic blogs, and their ability to interact with educators for PD! We’ll continue to spotlight a handful of individuals for Thank a Teacher Thursdays …Read more about Thank a Teacher Thursday: December 20th, 2012
This post was written by Michelle Curtis, she has a background in nonprofit work and is excited about improving people’s lives. Learn more about Michelle here.
Image via flickr.com: Dell’s Official Flickr PageRecently I had a conversation with a high school senior who just learned that some schools offer Advance Placement (AP) courses. Daniel* recently changed schools from one located in …