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Utilize Twitter in the Classroom: Resources for Teachers

Harnessing the power of social networks can lead to impactful learning and increased student achievement.

Add Multimedia to Your Classroom Instruction

Teachers often lack the time to learn new software; however, students love multimedia and it can dramatically increase student achievement. This post includes two accessible solutions sure to engage students.

A Road not Taken just might make all the difference in student achievement

The WLC Master of Arts in Education degree is designed to focus on those travelers and their destination, called “student achievement”—the degree is about more than student learning; it is about how we get every traveler to experience the accomplishments in knowledge, skill development and refinement, and relationship and attitude building that contribute to make each journey a success.

Master of Arts in Education

James Brandt, Vice President of Adult & Graduate Studies at Wisconsin Lutheran College, talks about our Master of Arts in Education program. [Video]