Michael G. Sheppard

Activist, Game Changer

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Effective Strategies to Implement to Increase Student Retention Michael G. Sheppard

Effective Strategies to Implement to Increase Student Retention

Student retention has become an alarming issue in most of the institutions of higher learning in the United States. Many of these institutions lack departments that should handle programs relating to retention of students. However, even the ones that have created the faculties rarely give them the full authority to implement these retention initiatives that should […]

How Veterans Are Doing Their Part To Ease America's Teacher Shortage Michael G. Sheppard

How Veterans Are Doing Their Part To Ease America’s Teacher Shortage

After veterans have served their country on the field of combat, many return home to serve in other ways: in the classroom, for example. Training the future minds of America to be thinkers and leaders can’t be understated. The experiences and skills that military veterans have acquired because of their service to the United States […]

Is Personalized Education the Best Model for Learning in the Near Future_Michael G. Sheppard

Is Personalized Education the Best Model for Learning in the Near Future?

Although education constantly evolves with our culture, primary educational institutions are sometimes slow to update their models by incorporating emerging technologies. There are many forces that explain the plodding pace of educational reform that include budgetary, cultural and logistical forces. Despite resistance, the overwhelming cultural force that is the technological revolution has started to influence […]

What Teachers Have Accomplished in a Year of Protesting Michael G. Sheppard

What Teachers Have Accomplished in a Year of Protesting

Teachers across the nation decided to stand up this year for both themselves and their students. While several things were accomplished because of their protests, many teachers still remain frustrated with the lack of changes they are seeing.   Wages   Arizona: Teachers in Arizona were requesting a 20% salary increase for next school year, […]

4 Ways E-Learning Emboldens Learners, Educates Beyond the Classroom

Education and the nature of learning have changed thanks to new technology. What was once systematic instruction within the four walls of an educational institution has becomes so much more. Education and the facilitation of education does a bit more than explore values, beliefs, knowledge, and habits, it embraces numerous methods, including research, training, and […]

Teachers, the Second Parent for the Future Leaders of Tomorrow

In the world of education, teachers are not just professionals within their fields. Instead, they are mentors, leaders, and parents for our future leaders of tomorrow. For many of us, our fondest memories of our primary schoolteachers have been those specific individuals who have given us the confidence to believe in ourselves. During those moments, […]

Thank You, Teachers

With Teacher Appreciation Week going on, I felt that it was incredibly fitting to express my thanks and undying gratitude for all of the hard work teachers’ sacrifice for our future leaders of tomorrow. In the realm of the classroom, teachers are consistently going above and beyond the 9-to-5 work hour days. While the rest […]

Are Teachers Appreciated?

No matter who you are, in the education sector, there is an underlying understanding for the lack of appreciation for teachers and the work they do on a day-to-day basis. Ever since George Bernard Shaw’s famously quipped quote of, “those who can, do, those who can’t, teach,” teachers and educational experts alike have been looked […]

Toxic Culture of Education: Joshua Katz

What can Common Core do for Education?

In light of the Republican and Democratic debates, education has become one of the most popular topics discussed in politics. One path towards a solution since the Bush’s No Child Left Behind act back in 2001 is the controversial, and somewhat unwelcome, Common Core State Standards (CCSS). The Common Core standards are designed to build […]

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