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Teachers and the Pandemic: Scoundrels or Heroes?

Are teachers scoundrels or heroes in this COVID age? It’s hard to say based on media reports. Headlines tell conflicting stories.  One camp decries the outrageous...

Carla Morris  |  February 08, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

Be a Hero: Add a Specialty Endorsement in Middle School to Your Teacher's License

Some say empathy is the first step to heroism. This summer, you can take your empathy to a new level by specializing in teaching middle...

Carla Morris  |  February 08, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

Add on a Driver Education Endorsement to your Certification

Updated: January 19, 2022 Teachers work ten months in a year and get two months off, so why not do something for yourself and advance your...

Dana DeFreezer  |  January 19, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

Why Continuing Education Courses are Important for Illinois Teachers

Updated: January 19, 2022 In teaching today, a degree is sometimes not enough to get you where you want to go professionally. With an eye on value, school districts often look for teachers who are not only qualified to teach, but who also have the skills to teach in niche areas....

Alex Staton  |  January 18, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

What is a teaching endorsement? A few basics

Updated: January 19, 2022 When you earn a teaching endorsement you increase and diversify your skills, you qualify for more job offers, and you stand out among the competition.   But what is a teaching endorsement really? In this post we’ll go over the ins and outs of teaching endorsements, different types of...

Lauren Joseph  |  January 18, 2021

Endorsements for Teachers

Burned out from classroom teaching? Transfer your skills to teaching English as a second language online

Updated: January 19, 2022 If low pay, unrealistic workloads, and disrespect from students, parents, and school administrators make you want to quit teaching, you’re not alone....

Carla Morris  |  January 18, 2021

Student Life

How to Spice up your Dorm Room

A majority of the time you spend at college is spent in your dorm room so it is important that you make it feel like home. You want to feel comfortable in your room and keep it organized. Be sure to add decorations that fit your personality. Read on to...

Dana DeFreezer  |  January 05, 2021

College Context S1:E4 Coronavirus Response

Victoria Clark: All right everybody welcome to the College Context Podcast. My name is Victoria Clark and I am the director of admissions. I also have two good friends with me here today who I’ll let introduce themselves.  Geet Vanaik: Yeah, Hi I’m Dr. Geet Vanaik. I’m the dean of academic,...

Dana DeFreezer  |  December 04, 2020

College Context S1E2: FAFSA Information

Hey guys, welcome back to GU’s College Context Podcast. Today we’re talking about the dreaded fafsa. We know this could be a difficult thing at times to speak with your parents or just going through the whole process but we’re going to speak a little bit about how to go...

Dana DeFreezer  |  December 03, 2020

College Context S1E1: A Parent's Guide: Public vs. Private University

Mark Barigye: Hello my name is Mark and I'm an admissions counselor here Kealin McLean: Hi my name is Kealin McLean and I’m an admissions counselor here. Welcome to the College Context Podcast. Today we’re talking about parents helping to decide either going to public or private Christian University. MB: All right, awesome....

Dana DeFreezer  |  December 01, 2020

While You Were Away From GU

Summer 2020 has been a crazy one, to say the least. We were hit with a global pandemic, our ability to connect with others has been put into question, the racial divide has been brought to our attention, even more, the presidential candidates have made strides in their campaigning efforts,...

Sidney Webster  |  August 27, 2020

Student Life

How to Get the Most Out of Your Planner

Is a planner on your school supplies list? If not, it should be! A planner is just as necessary as pens, pencils, notebooks, and other essential items. College is a busy time, and if you don't have a place to stay organized, you might miss a class or skip an...

Sidney Webster  |  August 07, 2020

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