Well I've gone & done it.
Entered my masters in nursing leadership with focus on education, that is.
I kept saying throughout my school years, during my working in the hospital years, and then during my working at a school years that I would never
do it. Go back to school, that is.
And yet, here I am. Enrolled in my very first on-line masters level class at Regis University in Denver,CO. To say I'm a little overwhelmed by the amount of work required is putting it mildly. I'm daunted at the thought of having to put together cohesive arguments, with sources cited, and then put them all together in scholarly papers (which I haven't written in 20 years!)and keep up with discussion boards. Also included in my first course is a Portfolio powerpoint presentation, required Service Learning hours at a new non-profit literacy agency with contract & feedback required for that. And that's just [/U]some[/U] of the requirements for the first course.
So if there is anyone out there who has been, or who is in the same situation as I am, I would love to get some feedback on tips or tricks that worked well to keep you organized & on-track.
thanks in advance!