A Jesuit education blends academic knowledge with spiritual learning. At The University of Scranton, Jesuit principles are woven into the curriculum.
While burnout happens to the best teachers, there are ways to minimize its effects and keep going in this highly rewarding and inspirational profession.
Find out the average salary of special education teachers. Also read about the job description and the required education needed to be a special ed teacher.
When it came time to prepare for a school leadership role, the Pennsylvania native turned again to The University of Scranton, enrolling in the MS in Educational Administration program offered 100% online.
Education should go beyond simply cultivating skills to “focus on the development of the whole person, including ethics and values,” according to Dean Debra A. Pellegrino of The University of Scranton.
There are no limits to music’s application in the classroom as it can be used to help teach any subject at just about any level.
Teachers aren't the only professionals who help guide students through their academic careers and into the future. School counselors and career counselors play a distinct but essential role in helping students succeed in school and in later life.
As the daughter, sister, niece and cousin of alumni of The University of Scranton, there wasn't much mystery about where New Jersey teacher Sarah Kelly would pursue her graduate degree. After all, she knew firsthand about the unparalleled quality on offer at Scranton.
Online courses can be tough. It’ll take discipline, organization and the occasional word of encouragement from your support network to get through them.
Six tips to help first year teachers handle the challenges ahead as effectively as possible.
The New Jersey teacher said The University of Scranton’s 100% online program gave her the flexibility she needed to enhance her career options even as she worked full time, raised her children and cared for her ill husband.
The Benefits of Physical Education Go Beyond the Playing Field and Gym and Into the Classroom.
Kids don't like homework. That's no surprise to any teacher or, for that matter, to anyone who has ever been a kid. So it might surprise grown-ups to know that there are homework assignments that students appreciate and even enjoy.
Great teachers often make great principals. They know first-hand the challenges and rewards of working with students in a classroom. They also can make recommendations on how to improve a school and its academic achievement.
The first-grade teacher wanted a graduate degree program that was focused, provided skills she could apply in her classroom and was 100% online. She found it at The University of Scranton.
Better Grades, Better Chances of Higher Education and Fewer Behavior Problems Are Among the Plusses.
It's a simple but critical decision that can chart the course for success or failure in the classroom: Whether or not to use a seating chart.
Read some of the career advancements that pertain to a teacher.
In search of a Catholic, Jesuit institution with a good reputation, Ed Shannon found The University of Scranton to be the best fit for what he wanted in a graduate school.