Tag: Teaching

Master of Education – Higher Education Testimonial – Jen Gagner
Master of Education – Higher Education Testimonial – Jen Gagner

My name is Jen Gagner, and I teach in Cranford, New Jersey. When I was looking for a Master’s program, I was teaching at an urban charter school in New York City, and my school […] Read More

Special education teacher Laurel Horn describes the community of teaching.
Special education teacher Laurel Horn describes the community of teaching.

– AFTER A STUDENT HAS, YOU KNOW, HAD A PARTICULARLY CHALLENGING DAY, HE COMES INTO THE CLASSROOM AND SAYS, “MISS HORN, CAN I ASK EVERYBODY IN THE CLASSROOM A QUESTION?” AND I SAY, “SURE.” YOU […] Read More

Teacher Education
Teacher Education

We offer an A.A.T. degree, which is an Associate of Arts in Teaching, which is really the entry level, the first two years of a teacher education program. This provides students an opportunity to explore […] Read More

Small Group Rotations with Moderate/Severe Special Education Students
Small Group Rotations with Moderate/Severe Special Education Students

♪[theme music] Monkey. Money. Give me the monkey. Over here Anthony. Money. Money. Good job. This is money. Give me the mouse. Mouse. Give me monkey. Yay, Kayla. High five. Good job. Ready? Monkey, microphone, […] Read More

Teaching 10 Year Olds About Veganism
Teaching 10 Year Olds About Veganism

So, I guess the first question I’d like to ask you all is have you heard of climate change before Right. And so what are the causes of climate change? Yeah. CO2. Great and where […] Read More

The “opportunity gap” in US public education — and how to close it | Anindya Kundu
The “opportunity gap” in US public education — and how to close it | Anindya Kundu

My first job out of college was as an academic researcher at one of the largest juvenile detention centers in the country. And every day I would drive to this building on the West Side […] Read More

Ben Carson: The Role of Discipline in Education (3 of 14) — TheBestSchools.org Interviews
Ben Carson: The Role of Discipline in Education (3 of 14) — TheBestSchools.org Interviews

In the same inner city school district, it was recently forbidden to discipline students for such “minor infractions” as talking over loudly during class, walking around the room, swearing at the teacher, even throwing objects […] Read More

Teaching Tips 2: Using Flashcards in the Classroom
Teaching Tips 2: Using Flashcards in the Classroom

Everybody! (All) One apple. But he was still hungry! It’s got such character, the book, the image of it, the fruit, the way it’s drawn, the caterpillar – it’s very distinctive. Five oranges. We talked […] Read More

Recognition, prevention and coping strategies for teacher stress
Recognition, prevention and coping strategies for teacher stress

Almost 50% of teachers leave the profession within their first five years. Stress in its many guises is likely an important factor in this attrition rate. Stress can also negatively impact job satisfaction and overall […] Read More

Australia’s First University Accredited Islamic Education Programs
Australia’s First University Accredited Islamic Education Programs

As The Director of the Center for Islamic Thought and Education I’m delighted to announce Australia’s first University accredited Islamic education programs These programs include the Graduate Certificate in Islamic Education the Graduate Diploma in […] Read More