Based on the National Gallery of Art’s “Art Around the Corner” professional development program for teachers in Washington, DC, this five-part online “Artful Thinking” course provides everything teachers need to begin creating a culture of critical thinking and collaboration for any classroom, subject, or level.
The Digital Promise Research team has worked with school districts in its League of Innovative Schools initiativeto create an online tool that suggests resources for helping address common challenges found in education—from kindergarten readiness to school redesign.
Penn State’s M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction, with five areas of emphasis to choose from, and the Graduate Certificate in Children’s Literature are taught by distinguished faculty from Penn State’s College of Education and conveniently offered online through Penn State World Campus. No matter where you are in the world, you can pursue a master’s degree or certificate backed by a world-class reputation and accreditation, student support team, and a powerful network of students, mentors, and alumni. Penn State is accepting applications for the spring 2019 semester! Take the next step to advance your career in education and become part of the Penn State network of more than 692,000 alumni.
Penn State’sgraduate education programs can be an ideal addition to your credentials if you want to move forward in your school or district, or satisfy professional development requirements. Among the areas to study are Curriculum and Instruction; Learning, Design, and Technology; Educational Leadership; and Special Education. Thanks to online learning through Penn State World Campus, you can pursue a master’s degree or certificate no matter where you are in the world. As a student in Penn State’s programs, you are backed by a world-class reputation and accreditation, student support team, and powerful network of students, mentors, and alumni. Applications are now being accepted for 2019 admission.
OnEducation, by OnPodcastMedia, is a podcast about “teachers, teaching, and everything in between.” The hosts are two educators—one a language teacher in the US, the other a computer science teacher in Canada—who talk with world-class educators, take questions, and tell listeners what’s new in educational technology.