Is Teach for America a Solution for the Teacher Shortage?Feb 17, 2021
It has been well-documented in this space and elsewhere the scale of the present and looming teacher shortage hamstringing South Carolina’s public schools.
Enjoying the Benefits of Technology at Trident TechSep 23, 2020
As you might imagine, moving an entire graduate center across town for geographic centralization is a mammoth undertaking under any circumstances. In the midst of a pandemic that is revolutionizing the way educational services are delivered, it was a prescription for chaos.
Assist Scholarships for TeachersMay 13, 2020
$500 AAUW Scholarships Available for K-8 STEAM Teachers Attention K-8 STEAM teachers: what would you do with $500? Would you pay for supplies, take a course, purchase a piece of equipment for the classroom or treat your class to a pizza party? The American Association for University Women (AAUW) is offering a pair of grants…
Get Teacher Certified Quickly! There’s A Shortage to Fill!!!Apr 27, 2020
There’s never been a better time to become a teacher. If you have a bachelor’s degree, even in some subjects unrelated to pedagogy, you can create a career for yourself in education faster and easier than ever before.
LGC is Site of New Lowcountry Cohort for Educational Specialist Degree Through The CitadelJul 18, 2019
In Fall 2019, The Citadel will establish a Tri-County cohort of the Specialist in Educational Leadership program. The course can be completed in two years, and it will be offered the Lowcountry Graduate Center in North Charleston.
How LGC’s Fulltime IT Expert Makes Learning BetterJun 19, 2019
Generally speaking, today’s college classrooms are pretty tricked-out with technology. The days of blackboards and overhead projectors are gone, replaced by “smart” boards and screens, and computers to play videos and surf the Internet. It makes teaching and learning easier, but as with any new technology, if anything goes wrong, it can really hamstring the…
Teaching Foreign Students English in CharlestonMar 14, 2019
Whether you’re a native speaker of these languages (Spanish, Mandarin, Hebrew and Polish), or any of the 6,904 others believed to be in use around the globe, you’ll need to speak English fluently if you want to attend an American university or just get along in the United States today.