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Are you considering earning your graduate degree online? Learning in an online environment is different than learning in a traditional one. Prior to starting your first online course, it’s important to consider the differences and how you can get the most out your online experience. Here are some ti...

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The words to define a leader aren’t far off from the same words that might describe an excellent educator. Many of the same traits that are valued in a teacher are invaluable in a leader trying to create a better school or community environment. As teachers are at the heart of the classroom inspirin...

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Virtual schools and courses are increasing in popularity across the country, and a new study from the University of Kansas shows that teachers in online settings prefer approaching education intellectually, socially and emotionally, while brick-and-mortar teachers are increasingly limited from doing...

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Making the move from teacher to administrator, becoming a principal, is a chance to make broader changes and positive impact for a much larger group of people in your school or community. Principals have the unique opportunity to implement changes that make significant strides towards a better commu...

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Dr. Hyesun Cho is an assistant professor at the University of Kansas. She has been at KU since the fall of 2011. She earned her B.A. degree from Korea University in Seoul, Korea, and upon graduation, started working as an English teacher at a middle school in 1995. She then earned her M.A. in Englis...

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