I encourage anyone with a desire to become a teacher to learn more about the Transition to Teaching program at Wisconsin Lutheran College. It’ll get you to where you want to be and help you positively make a difference in your classroom and in the world.
The rise of online learning isn’t slowing down, which is why it’s important for educators to be properly equipped to bring their classroom into the 21st century and make a positive difference in student achievement.
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.
We need dedicated individuals to enter the field—especially during these difficult times—who can engineer stronger academic initiatives; who can solve problems creatively; who can think innovatively; and who can believe that all students deserve an excellent education. Consider a transition to teaching.
Professor Joe Du Fore, Director of Digital Education at Wisconsin Lutheran College, discusses the remarkable benefits of utilizing an iPad in a school classroom.
The universal quality of today’s classrooms is diversity. Students vary in learning style, language, gender, socioeconomic status, ability status, ethnicity, and culture. This diversity must be understood, appreciated, and carefully considered all throughout the learning process.