Educators make a difference by coming alongside students to help them succeed. Prepare to stand out with your expertise and effectiveness as an educator with these resources from PLNU – and learn more about PLNU’s undergraduate, graduate, and certificate programs.
By prioritizing self-care, setting realistic expectations, seeking support, and maintaining a healthy work-life balance, teachers can prevent burnout. Read on to discover essential strategies and practical tips.
A welcoming classroom can do wonders for your students and their academic progress. Here are 10 ways to create a welcoming classroom for your students.
Learn more about how homework became a standard educational practice and if it’s still relevant today as teachers and parents consider other options.
Get an inside look at the writing resources offered to students through the GPS Writing Center.
Learn what preparations, certifications, and applications are required for you to become a writing professor.
A Master's in Curriculum and Instruction prepares working professionals who are considering becoming a curriculum expert or a teacher.
While both an M.A. in Writing and an MFA in Writing are very similar graduate-level degrees, they differ in program length and degree type.
Although AI writing software can outperform humans in some tasks, it lacks the ability to convey empathetic, personal storytelling.
A graduate degree in writing opens up a myriad of career options. Wondering what you can do with one? Here are 10 ways you can apply your writing skills!
From NY to SD, Mary Zagrobelny gives us an inside look at her experiences pursuing osteopathic medicine through PLNU’s biology graduate program.