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How Teachers Feel About Punctuation (In Gifs)

By The Concordia University-Portland Enrollment Team September 24, 2017

In honor of National Punctuation Day, spend a minute relating with other educators and have a laugh over these oh-so-common punctuation situations you’ve no doubt experienced. When a student turns in a paper full of appropriately used commas: When you read a news article online and they used its instead of it’s: When your colleague… Read More

In Honor of Left-Handers Day: Legendary Lefties

By The Concordia University-Portland Enrollment Team August 13, 2017

This one goes out to all the lefties out there. Today we celebrate you. Since the beginning of time, left-handers have gotten a bad rap. Centuries ago, left-handedness was viewed as inferior and evil, and while these views have since changed, the everyday life of a lefty can still be tricky. In a world where… Read More

You Know You Are a Teacher When…

By Pamela Moreland June 3, 2013

Four years of college, probably more if you have a master’s degree.  You’ve successfully passed all mandatory tests and secured a teaching license. You impressed principals in those daunting job interviews and got that first job. You would think with all of those achievements — and so many more — would validate anyone’s belief that… Read More