How to Use Social Media for Your Education April 21st, 2013
Let’s face it, most of us already spend hours on end clicking between the Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest tabs on our web browsers. In this day and age, it seems like social media consumes our daily lives. Since we already dedicate so much attention to these sites, it’s high time that we make our surfing useful and productive.
More and more colleges are expanding their social media presence every day, and — as students — it’s important to take advantage and use social media to further your education. If you’re lucky like me, you might attend one of the schools graded by PC Mag as having an “A+ In Social Media”. (Just another reason why us Badgers are the best!)
Even if your university doesn’t have a well-established online presence, you can still benefit from the tools you already have to further your eduction. Whatever the situation, here’s how to get the most out of social media in college:
Most college students know Facebook like the back of their hands. We have all spent plenty of time learning the ins and outs of our top-visited page, but there’s so much more that Facebook can be used for in regards to your education.
First, look for groups pertaining to your field of study or extracurriculars, and use these to connect with like-minded students.
Similarly, consider creating an “event” to get the word out about a project or look for support on a tricky assignment. You can make these as public as you would like, so it’s a very helpful way to access a wide variety of fellow students.
Also, check out pages that belong to departments at your university, companies you’re be interested in working for, or academic services that you might want to use. “Like” these pages, then make sure to select them as favorites so they show up on your Newsfeed. This way, you will be one of the first to see any relevant information that could lead you things like an interesting workshop on campus or perhaps even a dream internship at your favorite company!
Today, many professors use Twitter as an easy way to communicate with their students. Many profs have even started adding their Twitter handle to class syllabi! However, even if your professor hasn’t offered Twitter as a mode of communication, it can still be helpful in an academic setting.
For example, do a quick search for “#yourclassname.” This could be a great opportunity to chat with other students about assignments or other information from class.
Also, check if your university, your specific academic department, or even your athletic team has its own page. This is an excellent way to stay up-to-date about future events, opportunities within your field of study, and just general information about campus life. Look for specific hashtags, such as “#internships” or “#WisconsinUnion,” to quickly find the exact details that you need to know.
Finally, don’t forget that this platform is a great way to reach out to potential employers, since many companies have Twitter accounts. Follow those that interest you to stay updated on potential internship or employment opportunities.
In addition, consider making use of the “140 character resume.” It’s a fairly new idea of posting a Tweet that very briefly (read: in 140 characters!) describes your most marketable qualities. Use the hashtag “#hireme,” and see what opportunities appear. It may sound a little crazy, but social media is slowly building its presence in the job market. Give it a shot, you never know what could happen!
(FYI, here’s mine: “Need Money. Desperate. Really desperate. Must shop. Want clothes. Shoes. Handbags. Please. #Hireme” …. Though you may want to take a different route if you’re serious about getting hired.)
A couple of weeks ago, our Hautelinks post featured a link to the most innovative uses of Pinterest. As this article shows, Pinterest is good for so much more than just compiling adorable baby animal photos (though I recommend doing this as well). You’ve probably never thought about Pinterest as a very helpful educational tool — but it can be!
Search for boards like “Study Tips” to give you strategies to make your studying more effective. Or, look for a “Surviving Final Exams” board, just to keep your spirits high during the most dreaded week of the semester.
You can also use Pinterest to create “study boards,” which can be very helpful if you have an exam that requires memorization. Visuals are an excellent way to remember important facts, especially if you’re a right brain learner like me. Search for photos that apply to the topic you are learning, then save them to the board, making sure to change the caption to whatever relevant information you need. Once you have assembled the entire board, the visuals will be presented on one simple, organized page. Simply scrolling through a few times a day can help to ingrain those images in your head, possibly leading to higher exam scores!
4. Classroom blogs
Many professors have also established blogs for their classes. Obviously, the use of this type of social media is somewhat up to the discretion of your professor (i.e. you will probably have specific assignments that you are directed to post on the blog). However, if you do have some freedom with the blog, be creative and intelligent with the way you use it.
If you are confused with material from the course, post your questions. Oftentimes, your peers will be able to offer a more immediate, clear, and relatable answer than what you might receive from your professor. Or, post some open-ended questions prior to class, which can spark the conversation before you even set foot in the classroom.
A blog is also an easy way to share webpage links, articles, videos, or other pertinent material. Your classmates will easily be able to access the information, and then you can reference the material in class without wondering whether or not your peers understand what you are describing.
Of course, these are just a few of the ways to use the most popular social media sites. With thousands of websites and platforms at our disposal, there are countless ways to utilize these tools. Do you have a certain way to use Facebook, Twitter, or any of these other sites to benefit your studies? Let us know in the comments section!
Useful Degrees Series: Special Education at Salem College July 6th, 2012
Few institutions have roots quite as deep as Salem College situated in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Women interested in attending an historic all-women’s college will find Salem College to be a compelling option. Salem College stands as the 13th oldest college in the United States and has an enrollment of over 1,100 students. Salem College also holds the distinction of being the oldest female only institution in the South.
Yes, There are Men at Salem College
It should be noted that surprisingly men are admitted to Salem College. This is done through the Fleer Center for Adult Education and through graduate programs in teacher education. So if you are a man and you were ruling Salem College out, guess again!
An Impressive Student-to-Teacher Ratio
There are many factors that serve to make Salem College a compelling choice. One such fact is the low teacher to student ratio. At Salem College, the student to teacher ratio is an impressive 11 to 1. Another distinction is that over 60% of the professors at Salem College are women. Students who want to get to know their teachers and like the idea of smaller and more intimate classes should take note of this excellent student to teacher ratio.
MAT and MEd Degree Options
Salem College has a strong focus on teacher education and, as result, offers many teaching degrees. There are four different teaching undergraduate degrees, including a BA and BS as well as graduate degrees including a Master of Arts in Teaching or MAT and a MEd degree. For the MAT, there are degrees available in Elementary Education, Art, Music, Special Education as well as other options. There are M.Ed options for both Special Education and Elementary Education as well.
Innovative Majors and Licensing Programs
While teaching does get a great deal of attention at Salem College, there are other innovative programs and licenses. One such program is a licensure program that can be built into a master’s degree program that pertains to the teaching of children from birth to kindergarten.
Likewise, the Not-for-Profit Management Major and Minor most definitely stand out as unique and innovative programs. These programs are designed to serve the growing demand and need for graduates with specialized knowledge in non-profits. Salem College acknowledges that the not-for-profit sector is extremely diverse. As a result, course work can include everything from chemistry to history. Additionally, there are ample internships available in the community.
Consistently Selected as a “Good Buy”
Those looking to get the most for their money will want to pay close attention to this next fact. Salem College has been selected by Money magazine as one of the 10 “best buys” among all women’s colleges and a top 25 “best buy” for liberal arts colleges in the Southeast. Another staggering statistic is the college enjoys a 100% law school acceptance and an 85% medical school rate for its graduates. There are both Pre-Law and Pre-Med programs available. Tuition for Salem College students who live on campus is roughly ,000 including room and board.
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Founded in 1889, the University of Northern Colorado has approximately 10,000 undergraduate and 2,200 graduate students. With over 100 undergraduate and 100 graduate programs, the array of options for students is impressive. The university is located in Greeley, Colorado, which is home to roughly 90,000 residents. Greeley is close to the major metropolitan city of Denver.
Four Key Facts
There are some other standout facts regarding the University of Northern Colorado that prospective students will want to consider. One of those facts is that the university consists of students from all 50 states and numerous countries. A second interesting fact is that the student body is 60% female. A third fact that many students will find interesting is that the University of Northern Colorado is quite focused on helping their students study aboard.
If you are thinking about studying abroad, then realize that the university offers hundreds of study aboard programs that adequately cover every major. A fourth interesting fact, and one that is sure to garner much attention, is the fact that an impressive 93% of undergraduates of the University of Northern Colorado are or either attending graduate school or employed within one year of graduation. In an era with higher unemployment rates amongst recent college graduates, this statistic is, of course, one to note.
An Impressive Music Department
While the University of Northern Colorado offers over 100 undergraduate programs, one of the more interesting of these options is its music program. The music program at the University of Northern Colorado has made a real name for itself over the years. In fact, the university’s music program has been named the best US college orchestra on several occasions. Further, the Jazz Studies program has been recognized as one of the top five jazz programs in the country.
Currently, there are about 500 music majors attending the University of Northern Colorado studying everything from opera to film scoring. The well-respected Jazz Studies program offers a Bachelor of Music in Jazz Studies degree and a Bachelor of Music in Music Business. There is also a Master of Music degree in Jazz Studies and two Doctor of Arts options, one is in Jazz Studies Emphasis and the other is in Secondary Emphasis in Jazz Pedagogy.
While the Jazz Studies degrees stand out due to their national ranking, this is only one small part of what the University of Northern Colorado has to offer for prospective music students. Other areas of focus include everything from Music Education to Vocals.
Clearly, if you are interested in pursuing a career in music, the University of Northern Colorado makes for an attractive option. Those individuals considering a career in music that wish to focus on jazz in particular will find that the university ranks as a top possibility.
The overall diversity of options and programs at the University of Northern Colorado is truly impressive. The world famous Jazz Studies and music programs are only part of what this university has to offer, including a whopping 340 days of sunshine per year!
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- Useful Degrees Series: Arts Education Degree at High Point University
High Point University is located in High Point, North Carolina and was founded in 1924. Today, the university sits on 320 acres and recently invested 0 million dollars in its facilities and other improvements. The University Center is a million dollar structure that includes a 200-seat theater.
The Charles E. and Pauline Hayworth Fine Arts Center stands out as key part of the university. This building is dedicated to the arts and includes a 500-seat performance hall, an art gallery, music lab and more. The Charles E. and Pauline Hayworth Fine Arts Center underscores the importance that arts play at High Point University. In this article, we will explore the diverse art degree options that exist at High Point University. No matter what your interest in art may be, you will likely find a degree program that meets your needs.
High Point Located in North Carolina’s Largest Metropolitan Area
High Point, North Carolina is home to more than 100,000 people and is part of North Carolina’s largest metropolitan area encompassing Greensboro, Winston-Salem and, of course, High Point as well. Greensboro and Winston-Salem are only a 20-minute drive from High Point. Raleigh is only 90 minutes away, and it is about a five-hour drive to get to Atlanta.
Many Study Abroad Options Including at The Sorbonne
High Point University also offers a range of study-abroad programs. To date, there are study-abroad options in over 20 countries including The Sorbonne in Paris, Oxford Brookes University in England and The Art Institute of Italy in Florence.
The Interior Design Major
The School of Art and Design includes classes in digital art, art history, painting, drawing, and digital art. The Art Department offers degrees in Interior Design as well as a major in Home Furnishings. CIDA or the Council for Interior Design Accreditation accredits the Interior Design Major. Coursework typically includes a focus on the basics of interior design principles, as well as a historical overview, design drawing, and computer-assisted design (CAD) rendering.
The Arts Education Degree
Another arts degree option at High Point University is the Arts Education degree. This degree is specifically for those who wish to become licensed to teach art in K-12. The degree program is very diverse covering everything from art history and art in elementary schools to sculpture, painting and ceramics. In addition to numerous art focused classes, students pursuing the Arts Education degree will also have numerous education classes including Educational Psychology.
High Point University enjoys many other options for those interested in an arts degree, including an active theater department that helps take advantage of the university’s large 500-seat performance hall located at the Charles E. and Pauline Hayworth Fine Arts Center. Thanks to the scores of recent improvements, High Point University looks to be a good choice for those interested in a degree in general. Specifically, it is an intriguing option for those interested in an art degree.
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Chinese Education: Highly Valued and Respected Worldwide March 29th, 2012
Guess who ranked first in the latest international study of students’ achievements in math, science and reading? Any ideas? Hint: about one fifth of the world’s population lives in this country. Yes, you are absolutely right, it was China.
These were schoolchildren from Shanghai who won in all three fields by a large margin. By the way, US kids were somewhere in the middle of this table in reading, and even lagged behind other countries in science and math. If you appear dumbfounded with this news, you may want to learn more about the Chinese education system and discover the main secrets of its stunning success.
Chinese education: ancient traditions
Education has been highly valued in China since ancient times. Just imagine: even in the times of the Shang Dynasty (16 century BC), when the Chinese had not invented paper yet, they used bones of animals and tortoise shells for educational purposes. Noble people built schools for their kids. However, poor families could not even dream of sending their children to schools. Fortunately, now the situation has changed for the better.
Chinese education: current laws
In 1986, China’s government adopted the Law of Nine-Year Compulsory Education. Importantly, the same year, another law prohibiting individuals and organizations from employing youths who had not completed at least 9 years of schooling was enacted. Along with compulsory education, there is also higher education that is optional. Here are the main stages in modern China’s education:
|12-14||junior high school||compulsory|
|15-17||senior high school||optional|
|18-22||college or university||optional|
The Chinese can make great personal sacrifices to send their children to colleges and universities because they understand the importance of good education. The government of China increases investment into schooling. There are a lot of scholarships and work and study programs which make higher education more affordable. Another question is how the Chinese achieve not only affordability, but also high quality of education.
Chinese education: teachers
The government takes measures to raise the living standards of teachers and provide them with the necessary training. It is notable that ineffective teachers are offered training programs. If training doesn’t help, they can be pushed into other jobs. For instance, an ineffective teacher of math can become a gym teacher. Therefore, the combination of state investment, improved social status of teachers, training programs and high requirements for teachers explains the high quality of education for Chinese students. It makes Chinese education one of the most popular choices of international students.
Chinese education: 5 lessons for Americans
The Chinese themselves criticize their education system because of the prevalence of rote learning. However, the results of the international study discussed above and the international math Olympiads, in which Chinese students won 11 times since the year 2000, are self-explanatory. Here are only five lessons which can be learned from education in China on how to improve the quality of education in a country:
- improvement of social status and living conditions for teachers;
- increased state investment into schooling;
- strict policies for ineffective teachers – training programs and even a push into other jobs if necessary;
- second chances to struggling students: those who repeat a grade still can go to college; those who fail a test do not necessarily drop out;
- family involvement: parents and grandparents support children in doing their homework (by the way, Chinese children are likely to do twice as much homework as their American peers).
So, now the main secrets of Chinese schooling are disclosed. Let’s wait and see if the US education system can use any of these lessons.
Education Quotes: A Continuous Search for Knowledge and Truth February 22nd, 2012
Education plays an important role in the life of every person, and it has been discussed by many writers, philosophers, and scientists. If you want to find excellent education quotes, you should read this article.
Education Quotes: Understanding the Limitations of Knowledge
Many prominent scientists and thinkers believe that failure to see the limits of one’s own knowledge is the greatest mistake of an educated person. Here are some quotes related to this issue:
- “The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.” – Stephen Hawking.
- “Being ignorant is not so much a shame, as being unwilling to learn.” – Benjamin Franklin.
- “Real knowledge is to know the extent of one’s ignorance.” – Confucius.
- “Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance.” – Will Durant.
- “Education: the path from cocky ignorance to miserable uncertainty.” – Mark Twain.
- “There are worse crimes than burning books. One of them is not reading them.” – Joseph Brodsky.
- “I know that I know nothing but some people don’t know even that.” – Socrates.
- “If you think education is expensive, try ignorance.” – Andy McIntyre.
Education Quotes: Teachers and Their Duties
The roles and responsibilities of teachers have been disputed for many centuries. People who look for an excellent education quote can consider the following examples:
- “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires”. – William Arthur Ward.
- “The art of teaching is the art of assisting discovery”. Mark van Doren.
- “The best teacher is the one who suggests rather than dogmatizes, and inspires his listener with the wish to teach himself.” – Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
- “Teaching kids to count is fine, but teaching them what counts is best.” – Bob Talbert.
- “I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think.” – Socrates.
- “Nine-tenths of education is encouragement.” – Anatole France.
- “Education’s purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.” – Malcolm Forbes.
- “I am not a teacher, but an awakener.” – Robert Frost.
- “The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be kindled.” – Plutarch.
- “Just think of the tragedy of teaching children not to doubt.” – Paul Anderson.
Education Quotes: The Role of Schools, Colleges, and Universities
If you are looking for good quotes on education, you should pay attention to what famous people said about schools, universities, or colleges. Here are some excellent quotes:
- “Education is what remains after one has forgotten what one has learned in school.” – Albert Einstein.
- “There are obviously two educations. One should teach us how to make a living and the other how to live.” – James Adams.
- “A college education should equip one to entertain three things: a friend, an idea and oneself.” – Thomas Ehrlich.
- “The things taught in colleges and schools are not an education, but the means of education.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson.
- “The most important function of the university in an age of reason is to protect reason from itself.” – Alan Bloom.
- “Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune”. – Jim Rohn.
- “The advantage of a classical education is that it enables you to despise the wealth which it prevents you from achieving.” – Russell Green.
So, there are many interesting and even inspirational quotes on learning and teaching. Hopefully, they will help you to better understand the nature and goals of education.
How To FInd the Best Buys In College Education. July 6th, 2011
If you’re like the vast majority of college bound students, you’re probably worrying about the high cost of a college degree.
Yes, college tuition is a big expense—but how big and how much you may need in loans or grants depends on the school you choose. The good news? Comparing tuition costs for a college degree just got easier.
As the New York Times reported yesterday, colleges and universities across the country are now required to report their college tuition numbers, including costs for room and board to the Department of Education. And they, in turn, are making those numbers available to everyone on a new website.
The College Affordability and Transparency Center lets you generate a number of different reports, all designed to show you what colleges cost the most and which have the lowest college tuition—both before and after college loans, grants and scholarships.
So where is your college money going to go the farthest? Below are the most affordable schools in the United States:
Top Five Public Universities With the Lowest Net College Tuition
- Sitting Bull College, North Dakota
- Escuela de Artes Plasticas de Puerto Rico
- South Texas College, Texas
- University of Puerto Rico – Aguadilla, Puerto Rico
- The University of Texas – Pan American, Texas
Top Five Private Non-Profit Universities With the Lowest Net College Tuition
- Universidad Teologice del Caribe, Puerto Rico
- Talmudical University – New Jersey, New Jersey
- Colegio Pentocostal Mizpa, Puerto Rico
- Baptist Missionary Association Theological Seminary, Texas
- John Dewey College – University Division, Puerto Rico
These are just two examples of the vast amount of comparative information available on the College Navigator website. So if finding the best deal on college tuition is important to you, spend some time with it. You might be surprised at what you find!
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Love Kids? Get Your Early Education Degree April 12th, 2011
If you think there’s nothing better than the light that shines in a child’s eye when she’s learning something new, an early education degree could be right for you. Whether your passion is helping an 18-month-old learn how to stack blocks or teaching a seven-year-old how to add and subtract, an early education program can help you find a career you’ll love.
Early education degrees focus on every aspect of child development from birth up to about the age of eight. You’ll study their emotional, physical, social and cognitive growth and learn the skills you’ll need to care for them as they grow.
But there are many different kinds of early education degrees. So before picking a program, you have to decide on some goals.
What do you want to do with your early education degree?
Think about where you’d be happiest. Do you want to work in a preschool? Teach in an elementary school? Or would you rather work in administration—or even teach early education classes yourself? That will give you a place to start.
If you’re focused on the very earliest years and imagine yourself surrounded by a room full of preschoolers, an Associate’s Degree would probably be sufficient. These two-year degrees are also good for adults looking for a fast track to a new career. After all, you can always return to school later!
But if you’d like to teach in an elementary school, you should think about pursuing a bachelor of arts in early education. These four-year degrees provide a more in-depth curriculum and open the doors to a wide variety of teaching opportunities!
And if you want to be in administration, whether that means working as a day care center director or in a school setting, you’ll want to get your master’s in early education. But don’t worry, you don’t have to do it all at once!
Online or on-campus? Choosing where to get your early education degree.
Plenty of good options exist, both online and at traditional campuses, so the choice is yours! If you choose an online program, you’ll be able to learn at your own pace, when it’s convenient for you.
If you decide to go to a brick and mortar college, you’ll be more regimented in schedule. But, you’ll probably also have more opportunities for hands-on experience as you learn!
No matter which direction you choose to go, one thing’s for certain—before you know it, you’ll be on your way to a rewarding career filled with giggles and hugs!
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Adult Education Myths: Debunked! April 9th, 2011
Those considering adult education face common misconceptions. My College Guide gets to the bottom of common adult education myths – and clues you in on the facts. Make an educated decision about your future education!
Employers Won’t Accept It – Higher education is higher education. As long as the college you choose an accredited online college, employers will still consider you a valuable asset to their company! In fact, many brick and mortar schools who offer online programs do not distinguish between a degree earned online or on-campus.
It’s a piece of cake – Taking classes online is no cake-walk. As an adult going back to school, you are already pulled in a million different directions. Online learning isn’t easier or harder—it’s just different. As long as you can work independently and can avoid procrastination, you can make the flexible schedule work for you! Just be fore-warned: there’s usually a lot more reading than in a traditional on-campus course!
Associate’s Degrees Only – Adult education has come a long way. Sure, you can earn an associate’s degree entirely online, but you can now also earn an online bachelor’s degree and beyond! You can go as far as you want in most any subject that will help you meet your career goals.
The Loneliness Factor: Denied!
You’ll be isolated – Many online colleges have special discussion areas so that online students can get to know one another—outside of class discussion topics. You can even get involved in on-campus extracurricular activities and events. If your college is not only online but also on-campus, you usually have access to the same places as any student: the library, the rec center, and so on.
Paying for Adult Education
It Costs Too Much – Online or on-campus, college costs money,but what many adults going back to college don’t realize is that they have access to the same financial aid that traditional college students do. Fill out the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, find and apply for college scholarships, and see what financing options are available to fill in any gaps.
There you have it! Common adult education myths that just aren’t true – at least, not anymore! My College Guide will be covering a slew of adult education topics in the months ahead. Check back for more great info in the topics you care about!
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Changing the Trend: St. Kate’s Education Major Puts Comfort Back into STEM December 11th, 2010
My College Guide has pointed out the unique trends affecting education majors before, and when we watched this education video, we knew we had to share! It’s no secret that here in the US children are lagging behind when it comes to anything STEM related (that’s science, technology, engineering, and mathematics).
But education majors at St. Catherine’s University have a unique opportunity to regain a comfort level with math, science, etc. that, for many of them, they’ve never even had before – and afterward, they will be able to successfully pass that confidence and enthusiasm along to the children they teach in an effort to turn around the current trend.
The National Center for STEM Elementary Education at St. Kate’s is changing the way elementary teachers will teach! St. Catherine’s University is the first to create an engineering course for elementary education majors, to let any student have a STEM minor, and, of course, to require all elementary education majors to complete the three course STEM certificate!
Watch St. Catherine University’s National Center for STEM Elementary Education on YouTube or below. St. Kate’s is treating education majors a whole new way. My College Guide is excited about the prospect!
Special thanks to JCMichener on Twitter for bring this fabulous video to our attention.
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