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The coursework was well organized and easy to access from a laptop, phone, or i Pad. I passed with flying colors and I moved into the role of teaching ELLs the following school year.Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Preparation Program (K-8) (12) Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Prep Prgm-- Mathematics (5-9 or 5-12) (4) Post-Baccalaureate Teacher Prep Prgm-- Science (5-9 or 5-12) (1) Post-baccalaureate Teacher Prep Prgm - Social Science (5-12) (1) Endorsement Prep. Program in Educational Leadership Bachelor Programs: B. The practical process for the database courses I found to be confusing and the Java class practical is a bit much for an entry level Java class. The Bad: There are still some things WGU needs to work out when it comes to some of the curriculum and tracks they offer. The Good: There is way more good about WGU than bad in my opinion. WGU fit the bill and after considerable investigation into them I decided to start their IT Security degree. The Masters in ELLs prepared me for the Praxis (state test to be certified). I completed this program in 1 and 1/2 years, but I spent all of my time after work writing papers and studying.
I never thought that my personal email account might have been hacked by WGU. Getting help from their RUDE, NASTY, and MEAN staff is something that I wouldn't wish on anyone. TWO WEEKS later I get a notice from the school saying I cheated.
The courses offered have a ton of curriculum which is delivered in a multitude of ways (videos, online books, quizzes, practice tests, flashcards, simulators, etc.).
You earn valuable industry standard certifications along the way which are part of your tuition and the degree you get is accredited.
The problem is that by preventing the instructors from being aware of the testing material, the instructors may build a bridge to nowhere that the student has no choice but to blindly follow.
Unfortunately, if course preparers, and test prepares are prevented from communicating and don't look at one another's content, Then you run the risk of each group going in two different directions with the student stuck in the middle and the instructors trying to build a bridge for the gap.