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RE: [teacherartexchange] When and Where to get Masters Degree in NW Illinois


Date: Tue Jul 05 2005 - 14:01:37 PDT

 Kim, I've taught 18 years and just finished my Masters. I found a
program I loved and they came to our community once a month on
week-ends. They wanted to cater to teachers who have families and who
don't want to travel far away from home. The 30 of us in our learning
community ranged from 3 years of teaching experience to 20 years. You
need to find the program that fits you and your family, and you need to
feel like you're ready for your masters. I was not ready until 3 years
ago and I new I was burning out and needed to rejuvenate my teaching.
Everyone is different. I'm not from your area, so no suggestions on
programs. I got mine form Southwest Minnesota. Good luck
Middle School Art Instructor
Mitchell, SD

>I am interested to know when most experienced teachers would recommend
that a newer teacher begin working on a masters degree and if you would
recommend any quality programs in the Northwest Illinois area?>

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