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5 Keys to an Outstanding Nurse-Patient Relationship

John Kelley from Massachusetts General Hospital says a good nurse-patient relationship is comparable to “many well-established medical treatments.” But there’s a concern that nurses are […]

The Nitty-Gritty of Blended Learning Models

A study from the Center for Digital Education found that 73% of educators practicing blended learning saw an increase in student engagement.  73% of educators […]

5 Little-Known Facts about CAEP Standards 2019

For many teacher preparation programs, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation—otherwise known as CAEP—is their Bible. These teaching guidelines are custom designed to […]

Technology Helps Nontraditional Students Learn Basic Nursing Skills

The national nursing shortage often cuts deepest in rural communities. “We need nurses badly,” said University of West Alabama’s Assistant Professor, Dara Murray. “The black […]

4 GoReact Updates You’ll Love

Your summer just got better! GoReact is thrilled to release four features today just in time for your fall courses.  The use of video in […]

How to Successfully Adopt New Technology in Higher Education

We’re all drowning in logins. So how do you get professors and students excited about another login? How do administrators get faculty and students to […]

3 Classroom Management Techniques You Need to Adopt

Every teacher wants their students to succeed. And success begins with a well-managed classroom.  According to the American Psychological Association, effective classroom management techniques promote […]

Crushing CAEP Accreditation Standard 4

If you asked a group of educators about CAEP accreditation Standard 4, chances are you’d hear a few groans. And for good reason: proving a […]

The Beginner’s Guide to CAEP Accreditation

In the 1980s, America was considered a “nation at risk” because of its low educational standards. To make needed changes, educational organizations around the country […]

How Video Conquers the 5 CAEP Standards

Many teacher education programs are searching for the secret ingredient that will help them meet CAEP standards. But some educators believe they’ve already found the […]

How Technology Helps Solve the Teacher Shortage in Rural Areas

Often the teacher shortage is felt most acutely in rural areas. So how can your teacher education program support the needs in neighboring rural areas? […]

3 Reasons Why Teachers Love PechaKucha

PechaKucha. Pecha . . . what? The word comes from a Japanese onomatopoeia, meaning “chitchat.” It’s a presentation style devised by two architects. And it’s […]

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