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By Nick Rothacher Scholarship Program Manager You don't have to sit in a classroom next to 18- to 22-year-olds. Why should you sit through Sales 101 when you've been training sales teams for 20 years? Or relearn how to calculate drug dosages when you've been a nurse for five years?
A career in teaching will certainly provide numerous opportunities to inspire and visually stimulate students. For some, a classroom might bring up distant memories of the cacophonous sounds of a screechy chalkboard or droning projector, but many modern classrooms have access to a plethora of technology from tablets to smart
A generation ago, teachers delivered lectures at the front of the class and developed rigid lesson plans designed to cover what they considered to be important. Today, U.S. governors and education experts are holding teachers and children to a higher standard. Students' attention spans have been whittled down to almost
For years, parents, teachers and students have tried to figure out the best way for children to absorb and retain information. Educators have made their lectures more interesting to help students learn difficult concepts. Others use comedy to alleviate some of the apprehension students might feel toward tackling a challenging
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