Resume and interview tips shared by a former school district administrator. Learn the four basic themes that teaching candidates need to incorporate into their resumes and interview sessions.
Create a digital portfolio to not only help organize your education materials and documents, but also to make yourself stand out from the crowd when you begin searching for job opportunities.
Be ready for those interview questions that ask how you stay current in your field, or how you keep abreast of changes in K-12 education. Here are four helpful resources that you will come to rely on.
As you prepare for teaching interviews, be prepared to talk about classroom management. Here are five tools to help you develop skills in this critical area, and impress recruiters with your knowledge and use of technology.
Want to better engage your students? Learn about seven classroom technology tools that no teacher should be without!
Don't let outside pressures and negative influences distract you from the reason/s you originally chose the teaching profession. Continue to find joy and passion in your field, and be the superhero that your your students need.
The need to grow as a professional never ends. Identify ways to continue to reach your potential and enhance your marketability at the same time.
Substitute teaching provides a great way to get your foot in the door for future job opportunities. Work hard to be the best substitute teacher you can be...and be ready for anything. Your ability to manage the unexpected speaks volumes to future employers.
Substitute teaching is often the best way to get your foot in the door to ultimately land a teaching contract. Here are some tips to help you succeed in this role.
Make yourself the best candidate or teacher you can be - - from your resume, to interview preparation, to succeeding in substitute teaching opportunities - - always present your best as you seek or begin your dream job.