The Benefits of Small Group Instruction in Primary Grades

Posted January 21, 2021 | By csponline

This blog post was written by guest contributor Halee Sikorski.

I’ve taught a variety of grades throughout my educational experience: fifth grade, third grade, and now first grade. One thing that has remained consistent is utilizing small group instruction in both my literacy and math blocks.… Read More

5 Reasons You Should Become a Preschool Teacher

Posted February 13, 2019 | By csponline

Give a child a promising start in their education through your role as a preschool teacher — just one of the many careers in child development available for education professionals. Preschool teachers are responsible for educating and caring for children 5 and younger who are not yet in kindergarten.… Read More

7 Must-Haves for Early Childhood Teachers

Posted January 23, 2019 | By csponline

Many people have a calling to work in education, but it takes a special kind of educator to work with young children in their first five years of life. These teachers are tasked with supporting basic cognitive, behavioral, social and physical developmental milestones.… Read More

Your Ultimate Guide to Early Childhood Education Lesson Plans

Posted January 4, 2019 | By csponline

Teaching requires a lot of planning, from organizing the classroom to developing engaging content for students every day. It is important for teachers – especially those working with young children – to establish a vetted repertoire of go-to lesson plans to promote development that is critical from birth to grade 3.… Read More

Dr. Richard Brynteson Discusses Your Online CSP Education, Your Way

Posted June 13, 2014 | By csponline

Getting an MBA can have a significant impact on your career and earning power. But for working adults with family and job commitments, the thought of starting a degree program can be daunting. Learn how Concordia University, St. Paul’s customizable, flexible online programs can help.… Read More

5 Strategies for Creating a Good Study Environment

Posted June 6, 2014 | By csponline

Creating a Good Study Environment

Online courses are accessible, convenient and often very flexible with your busy schedule. However, online students can sometimes struggle with staying motivated and focused on course work during the duration of their online degree programs. Juggling work and family obligations as well as school can feel overwhelming.… Read More

Wherever You Go to Learn, Professor Hampton Meets You There

Posted May 28, 2014 | By csponline

For many students, the choice to study online can be difficult. Professor Philip Hampton has seen firsthand, however, the benefits of this flexible learning format.

“The online educational experience has made it possible for students to achieve a quality education from any place on the globe.… Read More

Top 5 Takeaways from Our Child Development Courses

Posted September 26, 2013 | By csponline

Early childhood practitioners gain valuable insights through bachelor’s degree

Early childhood education and development leads to more than just early cognitive, social and physical progress in and outside of the classroom. Research compiled by the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP) reveals a link between long-term academic success and high-quality early childhood education, including higher graduation rates.… Read More

Courses and Concepts of Child Development Programs

Posted September 23, 2013 | By csponline

Degree readies preschool teachers for early childhood education programs

Child development programs help to prepare soon-to-be teachers to become effective educators in the pre-K classroom. Most early childhood education programs require teachers to have a bachelor’s degree for job placement. Concordia University, St.… Read More

5 Career Boosting Benefits of Earning a Bachelor’s in Child Development

Posted September 19, 2013 | By csponline

Degree offers graduates advance skills, job placement and higher salary

Aspiring teachers considering a career in early childhood education should get on track toward earning a bachelor’s degree in child development. A bachelor’s degree presents you with a broad range of benefits from better job placement and higher earning potential to enhanced pedagogy and a stronger passion for teaching.… Read More

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