Archive for April 8th, 2017

April 8, 2017: 1:06 pm: bluemosesErudition

The point of life is not ‘how to’ but ‘for what’. Let us be one. “They may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us, so that the world may believe that you have sent me.”(John 17:21)

: 10:53 am: bluemosesErudition

해리 할로우의 붉은 털 원숭이 실험은 “아기에게, 아니 우리 인간에게 중요한 것은 1차적인 욕구의 충족이 아니라 2차적 욕구라 할 수 있는 따뜻함, 편안함, 즉 스킨십이라는 것을 실증적으로 보여준 것이다.”

: 12:40 am: bluemosesErudition

The Ed.S. is an Education Specialist degree. It is a post-master’s degree attractive for those working in educational administration. Typically this degree is valued within K-12 settings but we have adapted the degree and created the bridge to Ed.D. so that those interested in higher education administration and college teaching may also find this to be an attractive option. The Ed.S. is a 33 credit program with an action research project capstone.

Ed.D. is a Doctor of Education degree. This degree is particularly attractive to those who wish to work in college/university administration, college teaching, and K-12 central office. This is a 63 credit program (27 credits from Ed.S. will transfer into the doctorate) with a dissertation capstone project.