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The Easiest Exercises To Do Right At Your Desk

By The Room 241 Team October 24, 2017

Running on a treadmill or going to a spin class might be the last thing you feel like doing after a long work day. Before and after the bell rings, you’re grading papers, meeting with students, planning, and more. You’re constantly putting your own life on hold so you can be there for your students day… Read More

A Typical Week for a Concordia Online MEd Student

By The Concordia University-Portland Enrollment Team October 20, 2017

There’s no doubt that earning a master’s degree takes dedication and time management. Teachers ask us all the time, “How do I balance getting a master’s while working 40-plus hours a week?” “How long will it take?” and “What are the expectations?” So we put together this infographic that details a typical week for a… Read More

Live a Balanced Life While Thriving In Your Graduate Program

By Denise Dempsey, Concordia MEd '16 September 8, 2017

Before embarking on my online MEd in Curriculum and Instruction at Concordia University-Portland, I spent 15 years working as a health educator, helping individuals find balance and resilience in daily life. My professional knowledge served me well as I ventured into the world of being an online grad student. And after graduation, all that hard work—and… Read More

5 Tips for Earning an MEd While Still Teaching Full Time

By The Concordia University-Portland Enrollment Team August 7, 2017

Being a teacher is just as rewarding as it can be tiring. Nearly every day of the week, you’re grading papers and lesson planning. You may have kids of your own and advise Key Club. You may exercise every AM, or tutor every PM. Whatever your lifestyle, you don’t want to shuffle it around—but you… Read More