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Beth Gregory Presents at International Congress on Mathematical Education

August 2, 2021

Dr. Beth Gregory, Assistant Professor of Education, presented at the 14th International Congress on Mathematical Education. The Congress hosted by the International Mathematical Union is held every four years. The 2020 conference was postponed until 2021 due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. The...

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Allison Dudley and Beth Gregory Present at National Technology and Social Science Conference

March 27, 2021

Associate Professor of Education Allison Dudley, Ed.D. and Visiting Assistant Professor of Education Beth Gregory, Ed.D., members of the Graceland University Gleazer School of Education faculty, presented "Early Intervention and Signs of Dyslexia in Young Children" in the "Education Examined...

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Alumni Spotlight: Moriah Jones ’13

April 12, 2018

“I knew I wanted to help people, but I didn’t know I wanted to be a teacher until I took my Advanced Placement (AP) history classes in high school.” Moriah Jones ʼ13 recognized the powerful impact teachers can have on students and...

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5 Reasons for Becoming a School Teacher

March 18, 2016

Being an Elementary school teacher is more than a job—it is one of the most important influencers on the development of future generations. Teachers are heroes. What students learn in their early years can shape how they view their place...

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8 Pros and Cons of Integrating Technology in the Classroom

March 18, 2016

It seems that everyone is screaming for more technology in the classroom. There is one question that deserves an honest answer: How does technology integration in the classroom, actually in the hands of kids, benefit students? This question is important...

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LPN vs. RN: The Advantages of Being a Registered Nurse

September 30, 2015

September 30, 2015 RN or LPN/LVN? One path provides a more immediate sense of gratification. Yet the other has benefits that cannot be ignored. Is the extra time invested in getting your RN worth the wait? You bet! But what...

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Top 10 Careers for the Master’s Graduate in Education

March 21, 2015

You’ve graduated with your master’s degree – congratulations! Like those before you, you pursued a career in education for your own academic fulfillment and, of course, to shape the development of the next generation of children. And though classroom teaching...

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