Tag: teaching

Great Education and Teaching Colleges in the West

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Happy National Teacher Day! If you're considering becoming an educator, start searching for colleges with this list of schools for Education in the Western US. read more

Strong Women Leading the Higher Education Industry

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Freelance Writer

To celebrate Women's History Month, we're sharing the inspiring stories of four women in higher education leadership who are making an impact in the field today. read more

An Inside Look at Student Teaching and the Pandemic

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Writer & Editor-in-Chief, Classrooms.com

COVID-19 has changed a lot about student teaching, but not everything. Here's what to know as a future educator about student teaching and the pandemic. read more

How to Choose the Grade and Subject You Want to Teach

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Education Writer

So want to major in Education. Great! What grade level are you going to teach and what subject? Not sure? We can help you figure it out. read more

5 Colleges With Inspiring Faculty Members

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Blogger

Colleges and universities are only as strong as the faculty that teach their students. Here are five schools with high-quality, inspiring faculty members. read more

What It Means to Be a Teacher

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Teachers play important roles in shaping children's minds. Here's what it means to be a teacher. Who knows? Teaching might just be your calling. read more

Special Shout-Outs for Teacher Appreciation Week

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Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! We're showing our appreciation of amazing educators with shout-outs from their own students in the CX community. read more

5 Great Reasons You Should Become a Teacher

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Retired Teacher, Freelance Writer

While there's admittedly not a lot of money to be made in education, there are a lot of rewarding advantages to becoming a teacher. Here are just a few! read more

Amazing Cost-Saving Discounts Every Teacher Should Know About

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Content Marketer, ValuePenguin

If you're entering the teaching profession, you'll likely need to take advantage of any cost-saving measures you can find. Here are several discounts and benefits for teachers and others on a tight budget. read more

The Big List of Fun, Non-Academic Summer Activities

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Author, Educator

We all know students should read more over the summer, but what can you do to enhance learning without breaking out the books? Here are a few ideas! read more