Top 5 Education Blog Posts from 2014

Best Articles of 2014

2015 has arrived! But before you go out executing your grand plans for the new year, take a moment to look back on 2014 and catch up on anything you may have missed. To lighten up your reading load, we’ve done some pruning and compiled a list of our most popular blog posts of 2014. So, what have you missed?

1. 4 Tips for Getting a Job at a Daycare Without Any Experience


Landing a job without experience is a tough nut to crack, but we’re here to help. This guide walks you through the four things you need to know in order to land your first childcare center job.  You may just have to get a little creative.

2. 15 Fun & Free Online Educational Games for Kids


Fun, free and educational—what’s not to love? In this handy article we’ve scoured the ends of the internet to find some of the best educational games for children. Go ahead, play a little!

3. Beyond the Classroom: Alternative Careers for Teachers


Want to make a meaningful impact on the hearts and minds of future generations, but don’t want to work in a classroom? This article explores some of the outside of the box career options available to people with a background in education.

4. 5 Creative Gift Ideas Every Preschool Teacher Will Love

Teacher gift ideas

What does a preschool teacher love even more than a gift? A gift that shows creativity! After all, they spend hours setting up crafts and projects for the little ones—why not flex your creative muscles when showing your appreciation?

5. 9 Signs You Should Be Teaching Preschool


You may not know it right now, but teaching preschool could be your true calling. This fun article takes a look at some of the tell-tale signs of whether or not you’ve got what it takes to succeed as a teacher. The signs are all around you!

Don’t miss out

If you missed out on these gems in 2014, it’s never too late to get back on track. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Pinterest to keep up to date with our latest blog posts and more! For more information about the degrees offered at Rasmussen College, visit the School of Education degree page.

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Will is a Content Marketing Specialist at Collegis Education. He researches and writes student-focused articles on a variety of topics for Rasmussen College. He is passionate about learning and enjoys writing engaging content to help current and future students on their path to a rewarding education.

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