New-Teacher Mentoring: What’s It All About?

Starting any new job is difficult. As a new member of the corporate workforce or a new nurse at a hospital, you are usually paired up with a mentor or work under a manager that guides you and shows you the ropes so you can successfully do your job in the long run, so why […]

Passion-Based Learning: 4 Ways to Incorporate Outside Interests in the Classroom

As curricula become more and more standardized, bringing your student’s passions and interests into the classroom requires a touch of creativity. But the extra effort is worth it: the more your students care about a subject, the more they will want to understand the underlying concepts. Here are a few things you can do to […]

Bringing Current Events into the Classroom

As the world continues to change on a daily basis, with developments both domestically and internationally shaping the day-to-day life of both you and your students, keeping them abreast of what’s going on in the world can be a valuable use of class time, even if it’s not in the prescribed curriculum. With news so […]

5 Notable People with Ed.D’s

Though Doctorates of Education can take your career any number of places, they’re fairly low profile: few people are aware of the diverse group of notable people that hold Ed.D’s. Whether it’s championship-winning basketball players, professors who have crossed over into public consciousness or radio talk show hosts, here are five notable people who hold […]

Expect Success: 5 Goals To Set For The Upcoming School Year

As the summer flies by, it will soon be time to return to the classroom for another school year. In the immortal words of Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac, “Don’t stop thinking about tomorrow”: while the summer is a great a time to get some much needed rest and relaxation in, it’s also a great […]

Election 2016: Key Points of Contention on Education in Politics

With the latest election cycle kicking into gear, as Presidential hopefuls make their impassioned pleas to the masses, one area where emotions run highest is when it comes to education. As the economy ebbs and flows, education is often a place where arguments over money reach a fever pitch. We’ll take a look at a […]