Interviews with Education Innovators
By Dr. Patricia Campbell Dean, Graduate Studies at American Public University A thorough literature review on “graduate culture” reveals that the topic has largely been unexplored. However, most of us who experienced a traditional graduate education can fondly (or perhaps not so fondly) recall something akin to a “culture” that characterized our graduate school experience. […]
There is nothing more important than safety in our schools. Let us never forget the Sandy Hook tragedy, the children, the adults, the families, and the heroes. Join Michele Gay and other education and law specialists in this initiative. Our thoughts consistently remember the beautiful children and the families whom were affected so greatly. Michele […]
Written by: Robyn Shulman School has started and for most parents, that means homework has started for them as well. For those who haven’t noticed, math looks quite different this year, especially for those who grew up using the traditional method (carry, borrow, etc.). In Illinois, for most schools, the Common Core Math program has […]
Written by Robyn Shulman (originally posted on Linkedin’s talent blog) Teachers make up an impressively large talent pool — just doing a simple search on LinkedIn shows that there over 4 million people whose professional title is “teacher.”They also represent an impressively under-recruited group of job seekers. Many of them are searching for new opportunities […]
Guest article written by Pamela Rossow If you have completed your bachelor’s and are considering earning a graduate degree, you might be faced with a challenging decision. Making financial and personal commitments to earn your grad degree could be overwhelming so how do you know if grad school is the right move for you? Here […]
Bullying is a serious problem that children and adults face all over the world every day. I hope you enjoy my interview with Fox News Chicago today, as we discussed how teachers and parents should handle bullying at home and at school. How do you respond to bullying as a teacher or as a parent? […]
Guest article written by Olin Reams, General Manager, ConceptDraw.com Mind Mapping Digitalization has been a disruptive force across the board, leveraging existing technologies and taking them to new levels and unprecedented speeds. Like healthcare, finance, and other industries, higher education is evolving and is increasingly digital; today’s students can download notes from the cloud and turn […]
Guest article written by Jimmy Sorensen A constant complaint we hear about the kids of the current generation is about their addiction to their devices, be it their computer, playstation, laptop, or even smartphone, and how they are more comfortable communicating via text messages and social media sites rather than hanging out at a coffee […]
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About Robyn D. Shulman, M.Ed.
Thank you for visiting. I hope you find valuable information on our site and please reach out anytime. I am a certified K-9 teacher, an education journalist and I launched the first graduate advising program for National Louis University. I supported over 2,500 graduate students. To learn more about me, please visit my LinkedIn profile by clicking the image above.