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Navigating Education and Career Decisions with OnlineCollege.org

OnlineCollege.org makes navigating through the field of online education easier and more straightforward. There are hundreds of online colleges to choose from, but there are also countless obstacles along the way. Searching through an overwhelming amount of information on the Internet can feel like walking through a landmine without a map. Many students who are researching online colleges fall victim ...

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Employers Want to Hire Online Educated Applicants: 10 Reasons Why

Online degrees are becoming more popular than ever before. Returning to school to obtain an advanced degree or choosing an online college over a traditional one is very exciting and rewarding. However, many people cannot make the full-time commitment that pursuing a degree requires. With flexible class times, affordable prices, and the ability to conveniently study anywhere, online education solves ...

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Are You A Cheater?

Everyone in the room was cheating except for me. Our proctor had stepped out to answer an emergency phone call in the hallway. Pencils dropped and a dozen eyes nervously darted around the room. Instantly, the classroom changed from a serious, silent work environment into a bustling, frantic machine of open note books, dog-eared text books, and rapid whispers. The ...

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The Teaching-Learning Process and Designing Assessments for Student Success

The best way to become a successful teacher and create assessments for student success is to take the time to understand the “teaching-learning process.” Most young educators, who are just beginning to study the craft of teaching, must take an Educational Psychology course at some point. In this course students are expected to utilize class readings, discussions, case studies, and ...

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Why Teachers Quit

  One top reason why teachers leave the profession is their lack of mastery in one of the basic skills necessary to be successful in the field: effective management of student behavior. Although basic classroom management is taught in teacher preparatory classes, few college graduates leave their education classes with the ability to successfully deal with the disruptive behavior that ...

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