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Just as the world tends to do, academia has changed drastically over the past 20 years. Even the most established brick and mortar universities have transitioned into the digital age, and more adults are going back to school than ever. But how do these nontraditional students return to the classroom or cloud after such a long hiatus?

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The Essential Checklist For Going Back To College

There is an array of resources out there that help traditional students get ready for the first day of school, from dorm room decor to the latest tech and fashion trends. But how do nontraditional students prepare? Brandman is here to help year-round scholars and professionals get ready for their busy back to college seasons with this essential checklist.

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Top 3 Ways To Reconnect With Your Alumni Community

As September draws near and the weather begins to change we are quickly reminded that summer is coming to a close and the back-to-school season is upon us. Whether you graduated from your school this past May or 15 years ago, this time of year is a great opportunity to reminisce on your past accomplishments and reconnect with your alumni community.

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Graduate Opens K-8 Charter School

When Ruth Dutton couldn’t find adequate educational support for her gifted kindergartener, she decided to take it upon herself to become an educational entrepreneur of sorts. “There was no effort to adjust curriculum or instruction to differentiate for her needs,” said the Brandman University master’s degree graduate. “I had gone through the same schools in Visalia, and when I did there were efforts made to meet my needs.

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Survey Says? Top 3 Things Teachers Need To Start The School Year

By Vicki Brannock on Aug 21, 2014

Mid August is still summer but as the month progresses our thoughts begin to turn back to the new school year. Parents and students are shopping for back to school supplies, including computers, books, planners, organizers and clothes. But how do teachers prepare for the first day back?

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Topics: Schools, Front Page, School of Extended Education, School of Education

Career Choices For Early Childhood Teachers

By Autumn McClenaghan on Aug 20, 2014

Among the shopping sprees and excitement of advancing to the next levels in life, we take a moment to recognize the hard work that our teachers contribute to molding the minds of future generations. As the demand for early childhood educators grows Brandman’s Career Services office explores professional pathways these dedicated individuals may follow.

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Topics: Career

How Teachers Use Technology In the Classroom

By Jina Smith on Aug 19, 2014

We all know there is an app or a tool for just about anything you can think of and that certainly applies for the world of education. Time and time again I have wondered if there was an app for a specific dilemma I was experiencing or a tool to simplify a process, and each time I was able to find one that solved my problems and made my life just a tad bit easier.

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Topics: Schools, Front Page, School of Education

Top 5 Reasons To Apply To A Private School Vs A Public School

By Lindsay Amanda on Aug 14, 2014

There are so many factors to consider when selecting the right university for you to achieve your degree at. Once you've selected your program and researched universities that offer it, you'll likely run into narrowing down your options by school type. Here are our top five reasons to apply to a private school for your education.

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Topics: Front Page, Student Life, Alumni

How To Get Your Employer To Pay For College

By Vicki Brannock on Aug 13, 2014

For most working adults it is not just the time it takes to go back to school it is the money too. The good news is that you may be able to get your employer to pay for college or at the very least some of your educational expenses.

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Topics: Career, Front Page, School of Extended Education

Brandman Graduate Seeks to Improve Teen Progams in Local Community

By Steve Quis on Aug 12, 2014

As a mother of three children, Jennifer Marzocca knows the importance of a strong community, and the positive impact it can have on teenagers. The retired Chief Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy is volunteering at the Coupeville Boys and Girls Club to help expand the programs it offers teenagers.

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Topics: Alumni, Military, Student Spotlight