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March 31, 2015

Just a Little Louisiana Gumbo - Part 5

Increase your chances for success by being open to all prospects and possibilities; don't limit yourself when it comes to pursing opportunities or geographic locations different from what you originally planned. There is much to explore and consider in the K-12 world.

March 24, 2015

Just a Little Louisiana Gumbo - Part 4

Never provide less than 100% - to both your job search, and to your efforts in the classroom. Always strive to "bring your best."

March 10, 2015

Just a Little Louisiana Gumbo - Part 2

It is important to understand diversity at all levels - from student teachers who must gain additional experience working with diverse student populations via volunteer activities, to colleges and universities that need to make it a priority to place their student teachers in diverse settings, to school district administrators charged with staffing schools with diverse educators.

February 10, 2015

Equity and Excellence Entering Education

Public school classrooms are becoming increasingly diverse and it is imperative that today's teachers strive for equity and excellence. Teachers must believe that all students can learn, set high standards, and adapt classrooms and instruction to meet the needs of students as necessary.

January 06, 2015

Current Realities and Challenges for New Teachers

What future teachers and new teachers need to know about the teaching profession.

December 09, 2014

Does Going Back To School Make You Over Qualified?

Returning to graduate school increases the marketability and value of classroom educators.

May 05, 2014

Keeping Your Professional Cool Under Stress

As you transition from your college career into your professional career as an educator you will be experiencing many new beginnings in your life, one of which may include a type of stress you have never dealt with before. The great excitement of your first year teaching can sometimes be coupled wit...

March 05, 2014

Networking - For Job Seekers and Job Lovers

Networking has become a buzzword for those who are job searching and the lack of networking can definitely hurt your job search in the long run.  The networking process should not stop when you land a job or when you are in a job you love.  Networking can help you exchange ideas with other teacher...

January 15, 2014

Do You Believe?

Do you believe? Take time to reflect on that question, and what it means to you as an educator. Whether you just graduated and are in the first weeks of your teaching experience, searching for a teaching position, or are getting ready to begin your student teaching, this is a very important question...

December 31, 2013

Teacher Leadership

 [Check out the video, "Everyday Leadership," //www.ted.com/talks/drew_dudley_everyday_leadership.html, by Drew Dudley, on TED Talks] As educators we have likely provided countless "lollipop moments" for our students and their parents. What I love about Drew Dudley's message here is that as student...

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