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Making Your Dreams A Reality Using SMART Goals

Do you still dream? As we get older, many of us put our dreams off. Dreams can and should be realized, they should be lived! But how do we do that? The reality of life today isn’t very dream friendly. It’s tough. There are obligations to meet. Dreams start to feel...

Why Returning to School to Complete a Degree Is Worthwhile

  Earning a college degree sets people apart from others competing for positions in the job market. But many who start off with the goal of earning a degree end up not graduating - at least, the first time around. Degree completion programs aimed at working...

How an MSL in Leadership Prepares Graduates To Manage Organizations

Even with the innovations in technology that have revolutionized private business, nonprofits and government agencies, quality leadership continues to be a major issue for companies in all sectors of the economy. Finding good leadership has proven difficult. According...

Career Opportunities with a BS in Leadership and Justice

  Leadership is a topic on the minds of many in the business world today. With a generation of senior managers retiring, organizations face the task of finding qualified leaders to replace them. It’s reached a point where some feel there is a leadership crisis....

What Can I Do With A Bachelor’s Degree in Communications?

  Communications remains a vital component of a successful business. That’s made the demand remain high for those with strong communication skills, especially as technology has opened many different channels to reach an audience. Communications is a field that...

What Can I Do With A Degree in Human Development?

  For those wishing to enter a service-oriented career, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development can be a beneficial first step to reaching your goal. That’s because the term “human development” covers many careers. That includes professions in social...

How hiking Torrey Pines is like earning your degree online from SDCC

  You’ve been there many times before, at the beginning of the trailhead, excited for the journey in front of you. Perhaps, though, that excitement isn’t something you feel for continuing your education. Instead, you may feel anxious, apprehensive, or...

Career in Psychology For Those Who Earn a Bachelor’s Degree

  Thanks to television and movies, most people think of one-on-one consultation with patients when they think of a career in psychology. That certainly is one option. However, psychology is a fascinating, expanding field. A career in psychology can lead those...

 

 

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U.S. News names SDC a best college

San Diego Christian College is thrilled to announce that we have been named one of America’s best colleges, advancing 4 spots from last year to #11 in the “Best Regional Colleges West” category of U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges 2018 rankings, released...

Making Your Dreams A Reality Using SMART Goals

Do you still dream? As we get older, many of us put our dreams off. Dreams can and should be realized, they should be lived! But how do we do that? The reality of life today isn’t very dream friendly. It’s tough. There are obligations to meet. Dreams start to feel...

Master’s Vlog #20 – Diversity and Classism Quiz and Bringing Cultural Discussions to the Classroom

In Master’s Vlog #20 I begin my second class from San Diego Christian College online: ED 602: Community Partnerships in Multicultural Education. I respond in real-time to a previous post made by my colleague online about how to celebrate diversity and holidays without...

Master’s Degree Vlog 19 – Teaching Classroom Diversity Beyond Food and Festivals

This week in our ED602 course, we watched an extended webinar about how to feature stories about students in the classroom. Multiple professionals in education participated and presented research over decades of progress in improving school performance and embracing...

Master’s Vlog #18: Summarizing My Ethics Course and Previewing Multicultural education Class

In my closeout Vlog for course 1 of my Master’s Degree of Arts in Teaching program at San Diego Christian College, I recap my learning from ED 601: Ethical Dispositions and Decision Making in Classroom Leadership. I summarize some of the ways that I am developing as a...

Master’s Vlog #17 Encouraging Students, Showing Passion for Interests, and Motivating Participation

In Master’s Vlog #17 following my Master’s Degree of Arts in Teaching program at San Diego Christian College, I discuss how my reading and research motivate dme to connect with my students in a  new way. I also explore the benefit of Socratic seminars. I took...

Master’s Vlog #16: Collaboration with Colleagues Creates Fresh Plans in the Classroom

In my Master’s Vlog #16, my investment in research, reflection and ethics paid off when I was given the chance to share my learning with my colleagues. This week we had professional development time at school. Teachers in my school’s Social Studies Department grouped...

Master’s Vlog #15 – Encouraging Exploration and Inquiry from Degree to Daily Class Time

In Master’s Degree Vlog #15, I discuss the inspiration from the Master’s of Arts Degree in teaching from San Diego Christian college. The weekly discussions that we have and the research we are conducting into the field of education have inspired me to explore themes...

Master’s Vlog #14: Boundaries and Ethics of Teacher-Student Relationships

In Master’s Degree Vlog #14, take a look at my second ethical analysis assignment on the subject of boundaries within teacher-student relationships. The nature of interaction between students and teachers is as important now as it has ever been. I find that positive...

Master’s Vlog #13: Considering Individual Student Interaction at San Diego Christian College

In Master’s Vlog #13 I reflect from a paragraph in our Ethics of Teaching (Strike, 2009) textbook which caused me to pause, reflect, and share ways that I and (can?) incorporate my learning from my Master’s of Arts in teaching Degree Program from San Diego Christian...

Master’s Vlog #12: Building Rapport, and My First Project Grade at San Diego Christian College

In my Master’s Vlog #12, I discuss the developing rapport and support of my classmates through continued conversations in our online discussion boards. Rapport is building between students, and you can sense the development of relationship and support that is supplied...

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