Masters Curriculum

Harry Senate: The assignment was the read the book. Did anybody read the book?
Harry Senate: Jamal, what do you want to be when you grow up?
Jamal: Not a teacher.
Harry Senate: You know, as a teacher, it would be inappropriate for me to tell you that you’re a total screw-up. So what I want you to do is go home and ask your father, as a favor to me, to tell you that you’re a total screw-up. I bet you can’t wait to get out into the real world because you’re all going to be rich. Companies are going to pay you a ton of money to sit there like lumps and do nothing all day. I want all my books back. Just leave them right here on my desk on your way out because, well, unlike a mind, a book is a terrible thing to waste. –Boston Public

Lately Match’s schedule has been more and more crazy. He’s got work Monday through Friday, then his internship, and also night class two days a week. Now he’s talking about volunteering for search and rescue, to bump up his resume and gain more experience.

I’ve always thought of myself as an overachiever, but next to Match I look downright lazy! I started looking into masters program to see about getting my masters degree.

When I was a little girl, I used to want to be a teacher. Getting an online degree would definitely be the right approach for me. Key components of this program include focus on the integration of technology in education, something I have a lot of experience with.
The courses are accredited, and would prepare me for continuing as a masters teacher. Earning my Curriculum and Instruction graduate degree online would definitely be the best option for me with my busy, hectic schedule.

Still, I’m pretty sure I’ll stay where I’m at, in the technology field, at least for now. I think it’s great that there are options for online learning though, and I may explore that career later on in life.

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