Teacher Certification


Great Places to Teach as an ESL/TESOL Teacher in 2017

Back in 2014, we published a piece featuring the top 10 cities for young teachers. Since then, one of the more notable changes in the American education landscape has been the significant rise in students for whom English is not their native language. Naturally, where there are students, there is a demand for great teachers!

Icebreakers to Get to Know Your Students

The beginning of the school year can be one of the biggest challenges for teachers as they get to know their students and attempt to acclimate them to the new environment and curriculum. Icebreakers for teachers to use are a great way to help students feel more comfortable in the new setting, while offering an […]

Master of Arts in Teaching Guide: Financial Aid

Welcome to our Master in Arts of Teaching Guide series. Check back for additional information on getting your MAT. A Master of Arts in Teaching is an excellent way to advance both your pedagogical knowledge and your career opportunities. However, graduate school can be expensive, and many students are leery of entering a master’s program […]

Master of Education Guide: Admissions

If you are considering a Masters in Education, you’re on the right path to becoming a great teacher. But before you apply, learn about how admissions works.

 

Education News Round-Up

In this News Round-Up: Obama announces African American education office; More states exempt from No Child Left Behind; student writes book on education reform.

Online Teacher Certification

Due to vast improvements in technology over the past decade, online teacher certification has become a viable alternative to traditional classroom programs. Online programs are especially attractive to mid-career professionals who want to enter the teaching profession after spending time working in another field. When combined with classroom teaching experience, obtaining teacher certification online enables […]