As a lifelong learner, I am constantly looking for new ways to further my education and sharpen my skills as a student and an educator. Currently I possess a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish and Elementary Education and a Master’s of Science in Education degree in Literacy Studies grades 5-12. Recently, I have been contemplating going back to school to get a second Master’s degree.
Since I have accomplished all of my academic goals thus far, I’m undecided about what I want this second Graduate degree to focus upon. I’m glad to have Noodle.org available to me to help me take the guesswork out of these important academic decisions. It is the only education search engine of its kind that focuses on grades K to 12, tutoring, learning materials, study abroad, college search, grad search and beyond.
Not only is this a valuable resource for professionals like me who are trying to further their educations but, it is also very helpful to parents who are trying to make informed decisions about the institutions of higher learning that their children will be potentially attending. It provides them with free access to education information and interactive learning tools.
Here is my personalized Noodle.org search:
Noodle.org was created out of a need for an effective search process related to education and learning. Until recently, the online education search process was flawed and frequently created more confusion than provide actual answers. The fact that one-third of all students transfer colleges at least once before obtaining their degrees, along with high dropout rates suggest that students are making costly and ineffective education choices.
Its website has the largest collection of education resources from all over the web. It features data on over 130,000 schools and hundreds of thousands of education providers. These credible sources include federal and state education departments and agencies. As if this wasn’t enough, users can select from over 350,000 interactive learning materials which cover a broad range of subjects.
To celebrate the site’s launch, Noodle.org is offering its users a chance to win a $4000 education scholarship. You can visit Noodle.org to register, a chance to win, and to check out official rules. Don’t make important academic decisions which can affect your life without arming yourself with the information that you need to succeed!
Let’s discuss: What are some of your educational goals for this year?
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