Welcome to the last Student Loan Ranger blog post for 2015. This year was a busy and exciting one in the student loan world, especially for consumers. Corinthian Colleges, one of the biggest higher education corporations in the U.S., filed for
It’s Computer Science Education Week. In this blog post, Melissa Moritz, the deputy director of STEM at the US Department of Education, helps us mark the annual program. From December 7-13, educators and students across the US are celebrating Computer
This month we’re bringing you guest blog posts about blended and online learning. In this post, Tony Brannon and David Black with Murray State University in Kentucky discuss how blended learning can help bridge the gap between high school and college.
Join us this month for blog posts about blended and online learning. In this blog post, Superintendent Michael Snell highlights how his district uses technology to give students more agency in learning. Think about how we, as adults, organize our daily
Frequent readers of this blog know that one of the things I stress the most about applying for law school is that it takes significant time. Preparing for the LSAT on its own should take at least four months of
Early in the semester, I assigned my first-year students a blog post as a low-stakes “read and respond” writing assignment. Written by psychiatrist Samantha Boardman, the article “Stop This Habit Today!” focused on the habit of beginning and ending our
Join us this month for blog posts about blended and online learning. In this blog post, education leader Fred Ende explores why blended learning — instead of a 100% online option — may be the best fit for some learners. I
This blog post is adapted from “The Elephant in the Boardroom: How Leaders Use and Manage Conflict to Reach Greater Levels of Success,” (Career Press, 2015) by Edgar Papke. Papke is a leadership psychologist and coach, author, and award-winning speaker.
A quote from my June 3 blog post appeared in the October 18 issue of the New York Times. I was thrilled until I read the beautifully written op-ed piece. It proposes more lecture and less active learning. My quote
Join us this month for blog posts about blended and online learning. Adam Holden, head of the Department of Teacher Education at Fort Hays State University, kicks things off with strategies for building community in online learning. For years we
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