Looking back, it’s a good thing Chary Salvador failed at becoming a pharmacist, because this brilliant and energetic woman was born to be a teacher and educational leader.
New M.Ed. Specialization Engages Educators in Harnessing the Power of Technology to Inspire Learning
University of San Diego Expands Online Master of Education Degree Program with New Specialization Focused on Educational Technology
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Technology is rapidly changing the face of education — both by creating powerful new classroom learning tools and strategies, and by facilitating the ongoing trend toward remote and virtual education.
Free M.Ed. Online virtual event: “Positive Psychology Project: Building Positive Psychological Strengths in Under-Resourced Youth”
Join us for a virtual event on Mon., March 22 at 4:30 p.m. PT, with Dr.
Chantell Robinson was on a mission.
Determined to follow her passion for working with the Deaf and H/Hearing Community, she did her homework — exploring options to earn her Master of Education degree.
After Earning His M.Ed. from USD, He Now Teaches Kids — and M.Ed. Students
The journey to becoming a teacher is different for everyone. Chris Garcia seems like he was born for this.
Some years, Black History Month seems more important than ever.
Teacher Salary Ups and Downs: Biggest Winners/Losers by State Since 2000
Check Teacher Salary Census Data to See Where Your State Stands
How does your state fare when it comes to teacher salaries? Though there is widespread consensus that money alone does not guarantee …
Math teacher Curtis Taylor lives for those “aha moments” when he helps his students achieve a learning breakthrough. “I tell them all the time, ‘I got goosebumps’,” when he witnesses them move from confusion to understanding.
“I always knew I wanted to be a teacher.”
These words will sound familiar to many educators — and everybody’s journey to achieving that dream is different.
Dr. Joi Spencer Part of Panel Discussing Racial Justice
USD School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES) Interim Dean Joi Spencer appeared on KUSI News to discuss a two-day panel for teachers and school administrators focused on racial justice in education on September 2nd and September 9th.
Teachers Rise to the Challenge as Education Community Also Looks to the Future
The familiar proverb “It takes a village” feels particularly appropriate in the education world right now.
Envisioning the Residue of COVID-19’s Impact on the North American Educational System After the Cure
Residue: Something that remains after a part is removed, disposed of, or used (remnant).
The coronavirus pandemic has caused the closure of most U.S. schools, forcing teachers to find ways to create virtual learning experiences for their students.
Replacing face-to-face classroom interaction with online technology is unfamiliar territory for most educators.
New York invests more per student than the three lowest-spending states combined
The young people are our future. Every student matters. Spending on education is a wise investment.
Have you ever wondered if earning your Master of Education degree would truly inspire your work in the classroom?
Well, here’s a window into how the University of San Diego’s online M.Ed.
Decline in Inflation-Adjusted Teacher Pay Draws Spotlight to Value of Education
The teaching profession is often talked about as being undervalued in terms of salary.
Comparing Some of the Top Teacher Master’s Degree Options
Teachers love to learn.
In fact, an estimated 52% of the nation’s 3.3 million public school teachers have a masters’ degree or higher.
Dr. Joseph Lathan, Lifelong Advocate for Educators, Named Director of Online M.Ed. at University of San Diego
Academic Director Encourages Teachers to Continually Challenge Themselves
January 6, 2019 (SAN DIEGO, Calif.) – As a lifelong student and educator, Dr. Joseph Lathan believes wholeheartedly in challenging yourself.
From the ancient abacus to handheld calculators, from slide projectors and classroom film strips to virtual reality and next-generation e-learning, educational technology continues to evolve in exciting new ways — inspiring teachers and students alike.
Sometimes we need little reminders to keep a growth mindset. Here’s some food for thought about using mistakes as a tool to create safe and caring learning environments in our classrooms.