"The strategies I learned in this course have already had an impact on my students."
"I can honestly tell you that the strategies I learned in this course already had an impact on my students when I implemented them in the classroom. In fact, my administrators have been in and witnessed the marvelous tools I learned in my A-State classes."
– Fran Bailey
"The classes were challenging."
"The classes were challenging and they made you really think and reflect on what you did in the classroom, but the participation in the program made it easier than going to school and having to be there at night or having to commute."
– Angela Johns
"A repertoire of different ways to teach."
"Courses that we took gave us an opportunity to teach to both our lower and upper students. Our professor gave us a repertoire of different ways to teach the same material. It allowed us the flexibility to take what we've learned in the classes and apply it to our students."
– Denise Swinney
"The one thing I really like about this masters program is the courses."
"The one thing I really like about this masters program is the courses that you take. This program has really allowed me the opportunities not only to work on my gifted students but also my special education students. I've learned many skills. I've learned many strategies and I can incorporate them into my classroom."
– Brooke Honeycutt
"You can watch the professors as much as you want."
"You can watch the professors as much as you want via their video-recorded lectures. You can print up the notes beforehand and highlight key items. It was just excellent. I could sit down at three in the morning or get up first thing on a Saturday and dive into the week's lecture. It's whatever time schedule benefits you."
– Kimberly Stevens
"The professors gave us enough information."
"The professors gave us enough information at the beginning of every class so we could locate the resources we would need for each assignment."
– Michelle Staton