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August 16, 2016
August 09, 2016
For most undergraduate Education majors, student teaching will be your most in-depth teaching experience, one that will be featured prominently on your resume and from which you will share numerous examples of your work impacting and educating students. And while student teaching is an incredibly busy, stressful, amazing experience, consider the following to set yourself up for a successful job search:
August 02, 2016
Summer is winding down and you'll soon be returning to your campus, reconnecting with friends and getting back to the college routine. Even if student teaching and graduation are a few semesters away, there are a number of things you can do to set yourself up for post-graduation success conveniently on your own campus!
April 19, 2016
There are three key areas that teachers outside of salaries that must be considered before accepting a position.
March 08, 2016
School districts should approach talent acquisition like professional sports approaches drafting professional athletes.
February 16, 2016
The most important quality an educator can possess is heart!
February 09, 2016
Ideas Sparking Action: How Young Educators Can Play a Leadership Role in College-School Partnerships
Student teachers can take a leadership role in forming mutually beneficial partnerships between their university and their school.
February 02, 2016
At any point in your career in education, it is important to reflect upon your role within the school community, to understand how you can get more involved to enhance the experience for all.
January 19, 2016
As you gain more experience and comfort during student teaching, begin share some of your personal time investing in your students, as well as school related events or activities. Actions such as these demonstrate your commitment to the school and/or community, and your growing professionalism.
January 05, 2016
As you begin your student teaching experience, look and act like a professional educator from the very start. Make a good impression on those around you as you never know who might be an instrumental connection regarding future job prospects.