Category: Teaching & Education

Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs, Teaching & Education

Student Experience: HU’s Department of Education

For anyone who thinks the role of an educator is easy, try to be a substitute teacher in a kindergarten classroom for a day. Education of any age is not for the weak. Thankfully, if you are passionate about education and developing the minds of the next generation, the Huntington University Department of Education is fully equipped to prepare you for teaching.
Career Opportunities, Majors/Programs, Teaching & Education

Student Experience: Applying to the Department of Education

For those who are interested in HU’s Department of Education, a part of being an education major is applying to the department as a sophomore. It is part of the process of earning your education degree, and there are four components of applying to the department.
Career Opportunities, Graduate Programs, Language & Communication , Online Programs, Teaching & Education

7 Ways to Serve with TESOL

Learning a new language is a difficult challenge for many people. When someone moves to a new culture with a new language, this challenge impacts every area of life. The ability, or inability to effectively communicate, affects how we learn, work, shop, socialize, and so much more. How broadly language and communication is ingrained in our lives also appears in the various ways you can serve with TESOL training. You can work in a variety of settings and all over the world. Anywhere people are trying to learn English as a secondary means of communication.
Admissions Process, Career Opportunities, Online Programs, Teaching & Education

TESOL, TENL, TEFL…Which one is right for me?

For those who are interested in teaching English as a new language or teaching English learners, the path to a certification, licensing, or degree program can be fraught with a multitude of acronyms that lead to many questions: Do I need a TESOL or TEFL certificate? Or is it TENL? Some universities call it TESOL and some call in TENL…what’s the difference? My school has an ESL program, so what degree do I need to teach there?