education time management
Are you feeling overwhelmed with a to-do list as long as your arm? Are you feeling pressured by lack of time and looming deadlines? If you are, you are not alone. Leadership roles, while rewarding, bring a host of challenges and stresses, but there are proven methods the most effective leaders implement to handle these...
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education noisy classrooms
Too much noise in a classroom can have a negative effect not only on students’ ability to understand what is being said, but also on behavior, the ability to concentrate or pay attention, and even performance on reading tasks. The term “classroom acoustics” refers to the level of sound and the way in which sound...
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Paige Caudill EKU Online Student
Sarah Kelly graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a bachelor’s degree in communication studies. Sarah is currently a student services program coordinator for the University of Louisville. She completed her bachelor’s degree online and recently shared her thoughts about her EKU Online experience.
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teacher with young students
A large percentage of our student population in Kentucky and across the United States come from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. Additionally, students enter our classrooms with varying abilities, disabilities, readiness-levels, and learning profiles that need to be considered when designing lessons. Research shows that race, ethnicity, cultural background, and poverty-level, can significantly influence a...
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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the landscape of education has been in a constant state of change. How can K-12 teachers navigate through these unsettling waters in order to provide students with a safe and effective learning experience in the classroom? Below are some strategies that teachers are effectively using in the classroom.
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education teacher with student
If you are ready to make a change and start a rewarding new chapter in your career a Master of Arts in Teaching or MAT degree can help you reach your goals. An MAT degree is a graduate degree program for individuals who already hold a non-teaching bachelor’s degree and are interested in becoming a...
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EKU Education student working with young students
The learning environment may be changing, but the commitment shown by educators has not wavered. Teachers are integral to the success and well-being of communities. Whether staying late to tutor a student falling behind or delivering food to district families during a health crisis, teachers show unmatched dedication. To show appreciation for the commitment shown...
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Students learning by doing a project
There is a shakeup happening in education! Between flipped classrooms, the integration of technology, and the emergence of hybrid classrooms, educators are challenging the traditional ideas of learning. One alternative that has gained popularity and has been widely implemented is project-based learning. What Is Project-Based Learning? Project-based learning is an interactive approach taken in the...
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Summer 2020 tuition discount
In recent weeks our country has seen unprecedented changes to daily life. Teachers, parents, and children in the K-12 school system are all feeling the effects of this change and working to navigate the new world of home-based learning.
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EKU online graduate education degrees
The EKU College of Education has been preparing innovative educators for more than a century, and our online graduate degrees in education have been ranked among the top 100 by U.S. News and World Report since 2015. We designed our curriculum with working teachers in mind, and provide more than 15 online graduate education program options,...
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