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Master of Arts in Asian Studies

Master of Arts in Asian Studies

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Ezis Japar Sidik – Doctorate in Education (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

Ezis Japar Sidik – Doctorate in Education (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)

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(inspirational music) Hi, I’m Ezis. I’m from Indonesia. Currently I’m taking EdD TESOL at Queen’s in the School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work. The reason why I studied EdD TESOL in Queen’s because this is quite different from other university. One of the difference is that I have to complete at least four […]

Early College Program: Providing a Supported College Experience

Early College Program: Providing a Supported College Experience

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– [Whitney] My name is Whitney, and I live in Eminence, Kentucky. I live with my mom and my two younger siblings. I go to school at Eminence Independent and Bellarmine University. I’ve always had a thing for anatomy. – [Buddy Berry] Whitney’s a special young lady, and our early college program has been her […]

Master of Education – Higher Education Testimonial – Jen Gagner

Master of Education – Higher Education Testimonial – Jen Gagner

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My name is Jen Gagner, and I teach in Cranford, New Jersey. When I was looking for a Master’s program, I was teaching at an urban charter school in New York City, and my school day was from 7:00 to 5:30, so I didn’t have a lot of time to commute to a campus. So […]

Campus life at ASU West campus: Arizona State University

Campus life at ASU West campus: Arizona State University

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What I love about West campus is the family. Everybody who comes here, we’re all accumulated into this wonderful family that we have here. What I like to say is “a private school feel with the large university opportunity.” I’m involved as well as I live on campus. The dorms are pretty big. I get […]

Doctoral Program: Health Education

Doctoral Program: Health Education

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Health Education at Texas A&M really stood out to me because of the level of engagement of the faculty. They are prominent scholars in their field of work, and they are also great teachers in the classroom, really engaging and inviting students to be a part of the process. What sets this program apart from […]

Small Group Rotations with Moderate/Severe Special Education Students

Small Group Rotations with Moderate/Severe Special Education Students

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♪[theme music] Monkey. Money. Give me the monkey. Over here Anthony. Money. Money. Good job. This is money. Give me the mouse. Mouse. Give me monkey. Yay, Kayla. High five. Good job. Ready? Monkey, microphone, motorcycle. Give me the..give me the monkey… monkey…monkey. So my name is Mrs. Nation. I’m an SDC kinder teacher. I […]

Master’s Program: Human Resource Development

Master’s Program: Human Resource Development

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Students in our HRD master’s program will gain expertise and applied skills for improving learning and performance in individual, group, organizational and international contexts. With the offering of a strategically designed curriculum, we prepare students to become educated practitioners in lifelong learning, career development, training development and organization development. Currently I’m a chief human resources […]

Australia’s First University Accredited Islamic Education Programs

Australia’s First University Accredited Islamic Education Programs

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As The Director of the Center for Islamic Thought and Education I’m delighted to announce Australia’s first University accredited Islamic education programs These programs include the Graduate Certificate in Islamic Education the Graduate Diploma in Islamic education and the Master of Teaching Secondary with a minor in Islamic Pedagogy Focusing on Islamic education and indeed […]

Redefining the “experts” in education reform might be the key to success | Matt Candler

Redefining the “experts” in education reform might be the key to success | Matt Candler

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if I was trying to sum up, and I turn 50 soon, and I’ve been thinking back on my career and if I was summing up the lesson that I’ve learned in the last ten years it really is about this distinction between how you do your work and what that means about the relationships […]