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.
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October 20, 2015
September 29, 2015
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.
September 22, 2015
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.
July 28, 2015
Educators are everyday heroes, making a difference in the world one child at a time. When the job search becomes frustrating, persevere...we need more qualified people to prepare our young people for their future, and ours.
June 17, 2015
A rewarding career in education begins with self-fulfillment; it is important for educators to periodically assess their current role and level of job/personal satisfaction. These twelve questions will help educators/future educators evaluate or re-evaluate their current position, and also offer sample related career options to consider.
April 28, 2015
Join the movement to become a great teacher - support your students, believe in them, and work hard to ensure their success. Learn the qualities of "greatness" and strive to leave a legacy of your own.
April 21, 2015
Review the essential ingredients for success as you prepare to enter the professional world. Learn what it takes to become a valued colleague and team member, worthy of "Teacher of the Year" recognition.
April 07, 2015
Teachers are held to a high standard and must take care to demonstrate their professionalism in a variety of ways at all times.
March 24, 2015
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
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.