School of Education Blog

Spotlighting School of Education leaders from Rasmussen College, the education blog features in-field teacher blog posts from the early childhood education sphere.

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5 Fascinating Child Development Courses You Can Look Forward to

If you’re considering going back to school to study child development, you’re probably curious about the types of curriculum you’ll encounter throughout your tenure as a student. What classes will you be required to take? And how will those prepare you for your future career? Get a sneak peek at five child development courses at Rasmussen College.

Why Introverted Teachers Actually Have an Edge in Education

If you’re wondering if teaching is the right profession for a self-proclaimed introvert like yourself, look no further! We enlisted teachers who identify themselves as introverts to provide some insight on the topic. Keep reading to learn how introverted teachers can leverage their unique personality in the classroom.

14 Fun Fall Activities for Preschoolers

When planning activities for your toddlers, you don't even have to choose between educational and entertaining - why not incorporate both? Check out this list of fun fall activities for preschoolers that will keep your youngsters laughing and learning this season.

8 Great Ways to Promote Preschool Classroom Safety

If you’re a preschool teacher looking for ways to implement classroom safety, keep reading. We connected with early childhood education (ECE) professionals to learn how they keep their learning environments secure and at low risk for harmful situations.

What Happened to the Universal Pre-K Promise?

There has been a lot of hype around the topic of universal pre-k in recent years. So, with all the support, why isn’t universal pre-K available yet? Join us as we explore this complicated topic.

Why Do Toddlers Bite? 10 Toddler Behavior Problems Explained

Why do toddlers bite? Why do they delight in throwing their toys? And what secret joy do they find in resisting bedtime? These are the mysteries that remain in our modern age. Lucky for you, we’re here to uncover why tots do what they do and how you can address toddler behavior problems for good.

9 Signs You Should be Teaching Preschool

Teaching preschool requires a combination of education, experience and certain intangible traits. While education and experience will come with time and hard work, you may already have some or all of the necessary traits to become a preschool teacher.

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