If you are thinking about a career in teaching English as a second language, you may be wondering if the requirements differ from traditional education degrees in any way. While ESL teachers certainly have to deal with a variety of challenges that other educators may not, such as addressing cultural

STEM has been at the forefront of education reform over the last decade, but will this oft-referenced acronym soon morph into STEAM? For those with a career in teaching, this emphasis on science, technology, engineering and mathematics has been shaping the way that they approach education. However, education advocates are

Technology is changing what it means to have a career in teaching, and with many schools embracing the use of digital content in the classroom, educators will need to learn to teach in an increasingly digitized world. When integrated into K-12 classrooms, technology can help students build the 21st century

By Diane Gibson WGU Course Mentor, Teachers College At WGU, each student is assigned a personal faculty member to work with them as a mentor throughout their time at WGU. Additionally, each course has its own course mentors, subject-matter experts who are available to help students get through course material.

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