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6 Reasons to Pursue Continuing Education

Here at GCEA, we believe that one’s personal journey in continuing education doesn’t need to have a fixed...

Is Innovation a Part of Your Professional Career?

Solving a problem. Improving a process. Building a new system. There are countless ways to innovate at work. ...

4 Myths About Continuing Education

There’s a lot of emphasis on earning a traditional bachelor’s or even a master’s degree. But once you...

Virtual or In-Person Learning?

Educators have long relied on virtual instruction. But in the majority of situations, it wasn’t the norm. After...

Top 10 Tips for Georgia’s Continuing Educators

As a continuing educator, you believe in the power of learning. For your participants, it’s the best pathway...

3 Ways To Stay Equipped For Continuing Education

Continuing education has great benefits and can be very rewarding (to say the least). Sadly, if you’re like...

4 Ways Professional Development Opportunities Can Benefit You

Professional development means learning new skills and strengthening old ones at the same time. Professional development can boost...

4 Tips for Exceptional Continuing Education

At GCEA, we know that adult learning is a completely different experience from children learning, which means it...

Checklist For Becoming A Successful Continuing Educator

It’s hard trying to offer exceptional continuing education on your own. It can be a challenging, lonely experience,...

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