If you hope to join other organizational leaders in driving innovation and change, you may want to consider a Doctor of Education program. But first, it’s important to find a program that best suits your career goals. Here are some factors to think about as you plan your professional future.
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In the U.S., the number of English-language learners—people with limited proficiency in the English language—is increasing. ELL students live in every state and speak many languages. Literacy instruction for English-language learners can provide students with important skills and rich resources.
Elementary school teachers are creative, enthusiastic, organized, and able to bring out the best in children in grades K–5. They inspire a love of learning and nurture curious minds. Through a combination of coursework at the undergraduate and graduate levels, real-world classroom experiences, and continuing education, individuals can build the skills and expertise they need to succeed in an elementary school teaching career.
If you’re interested in becoming an English as a second language teacher, here’s information to help you get started.
While many students successfully navigate the process of changing schools, some find this life change more disruptive than others. Learn how adults can help ease the transition.
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Our shift toward a tech-savvy workforce has permeated the classroom. Here's your crash course in the importance of digitally literate teachers.
We interviewed teachers across the country to get an inside look at real digitally literate classrooms.
Let's address — and debunk — the public's misconceptions about digital literacy.
Do you have what it takes to be a digitally literate teacher? Check these 14 required skills — and a few more for extra credit.