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Attending a NASA Social Can Help You Become a Better Educator

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

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By Dr. Angela Gibson Professor, School of Arts and Humanities at American Public University Ongoing professional development is a need for every educator. It can be formal in structure, such as a webinar, workshop, or certificate program, or may be leveraged through informal and atypical opportunities. One program that may not immediately seem connected to improving course quality and instructional effectiveness is the NASA Social program.

Top 12 Tips for New Teachers Starting Their Classroom Careers

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

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By Susan Shepard Beginning a career in the education profession can be a challenging endeavor. Once you’ve completed your program coursework and you are ready to enter your field placement the real work begins. What we cannot teach you in the classroom is your passion and attitude toward the daily tasks that an educator faces. Every day is different and there is no possible way to determine what your day holds. 

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  • The Impact of Student-Created Apps
    Building apps teaches teens far more than just computer skills—they also learn social entrepreneurship and gain self-confidence.
    Vicki Davis @coolcatteacher