Day: May 10, 2017

Special Needs School of Gwinnett

x More info at http://specialneedsschools.org/ At Special Needs Schools of Gwinnett, we serve students with a range of disabilities, students other private schools have given up on, students who often have nowhere else to go. Many of our graduates have gone to college, entered the workforce, and become productive members of our community. We succeed because our teachers understand our students and know how to tailor an individual education approach for each one, an approach that works. We currently own property in suburban Atlanta, and we operate out of aging homes and trailers on that property. We are raising...

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Educational Technology for Higher Ed. Instruction

x Academics are falling behind in utilizing emerging technologies in their teaching and research. Organizational shift is needed to reach upcoming students whose K-12 experience included a strong focus on new teaching paradigms and educational technologies.– Created using PowToon — Free sign up at http://www.powtoon.com/ . Make your own animated videos and animated presentations for free. PowToon is a free tool that allows you to develop cool animated clips and animated presentations for your website, office meeting, sales pitch, nonprofit fundraiser, product launch, video resume, or anything else you could use an animated explainer video. PowToon’s animation templates help...

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ONLINE DEGREE vs TRADITIONAL DEGREE 🎓

x Should you get an online degree or a traditional degree at college? Getting a degree online has grown in popularity among young people. Online degrees are becoming more common and widely accepted. Some college students go to a traditional brick and mortar school. Some college students take classes solely online. Some students do a mix of online classes and classes at the college. What makes sense for you? An Excelsior College study found that 83% of CEOs and executives interviewed said an online degree is as credible as traditional degree. The playing field seems to have been leveled....

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Physical Education / Teacher Certification and Exercise Science Program

x This interdisciplinary program provides students with multidimensional professional preparation in Physical Education. The Physical Education major is completed by selecting one of the following two options: Teacher Certification or Exercise Science. An application process is required for each of the options in the major. Producer: Brian Cantore ’14 Music: “Saturday” by Josh Woodward – joshwoodward.com/ x Jim Gibson discuses a question from a person interested in becoming an IT Professional. What is better? Certifications or a college education. Video Rating: /...

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