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March 22, 2016

A Shopping List for Teachers and Districts

Employment market can be overwhelming for candidates and employers. Before you begin looking, create a shopping list to identify opportunities that are a great fit.

March 08, 2016

Peyton Manning Just Retired... What does that Mean for Education?

School districts should approach talent acquisition like professional sports approaches drafting professional athletes.

March 01, 2016

The Art of Saying "No" While Still Being Successful

Strategies for Young Educators on Effective Time Management

February 23, 2016

The Importance of Professional Networks for Developing Young Educators

Opening doors and developing skills through professional networks

February 16, 2016

You've Got to have Heart!

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

Get Involved within the School Community and Go the Extra Mile

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.

April 09, 2015

How Elementary Teacher Candidates Can Stand Out From the Crowd

If you are an elementary teacher candidate nearing graduation, here are three steps you can take to stand out from other candidates and get noticed by district recruiters.

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.

October 29, 2013

How to Create Some Experience

It is often said that if your ship is slow to come in, you should swim out to meet it. The same can be extended to your acquisition of relevant experience.   You need not wait for an employer to formally hand you an opportunity to gain some experience. You can create your own credible experience b...

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