Tag: education

Is It Really More Affordable to Earn an Online Degree Compared to a Traditional College Degree?

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Your State School May Be Cheaper   US News and World Report recently compared 300 ranked colleges. They found in-state tuition to earn a bachelor’s degree on-campus averaged $243 per credit.

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Using iPods for Students with Special Needs: Making Testing Easier & More

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The iPod has certainly changed how we listen to music. Apples portable digital media player enables us to carry thousands of downloaded songs at our fingertips. Various versions of the iPod, like the iPod touch , also let…

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How Can Colleges Better Support Student Success & Better Outcomes?

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Parents and students are concerned their investments in higher education may not be worth the price tag. College presidents are feeling pressure, and the accreditation process is under scrutiny. Even the White House is pushing for more transparency…

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A Career Teaching Social Studies

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Graduate School: Should You or Shouldn’t You? Career in Education: Any financial crisis encourages people to look for new careers that can weather the crisis, or ways to improve their skills and make them invaluable to an employer.

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Online & Traditional Education Support Each Other: Why There’s No Need to Fear the False Dichotomy of Online vs. Traditional

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As online tools become more common, teachers worry about their future job security, and universities wonder whether four-year degrees will continue to be valuable. Many wonder whether online education will spell the end for traditional schooling. The answer…

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Epilepsy in Children – What Special Education Teachers Need to Know

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The Prevalance of Epilepsy Epilepsy affects approximately one in 200 children (around 0.5%). In a special education context, there are often students who have epilepsy as a dual disability alongside another disability. For example, some students may have…

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