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How To Gain Immediate Control Over Any Classroom
By Candace Davies · 8 years ago
You may wonder why it is that some teachers seem to gain immediate respect from their class no matter how intolerant or hard to control the class is for other teachers. Some teachers seem to ...
Establishing Steadfast Routines Will Improve Your Classroom Management
By Candace Davies · 8 years ago
One great way to undoubtedly improve your classroom management as well as the overall organization of your classroom is to establish routines. Implementing routines gives students a straightforward outline to follow and works like a ...
How to Put an End to Inappropriate Comments and Questions from Students, and Show You Are in Control
By Candace Davies · 8 years ago
There is always the possibility that some students will try to discover a little too much about you or try to make you feel uncomfortable by asking increasingly personal, inappropriate, or silly questions. This is ...
What You Need to Know as a New College Professor
By Candace Davies · 8 years ago
As a new professor, there are lots of things that you need to understand and expect concerning your new work environment, as well as what they will be expecting in return. And as a new ...
5 Steps for Submitting Your Resume and Cover Letter
By Candace Davies · 8 years ago
Many job seekers spend a lot of money on futile distribution of resumes and cover letters, especially when they do it by mail or by walk-in. Luckily there are several, more effective ways to make ...
How to Write a Teacher Resignation Letter
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
Resigning from any job is difficult. Resigning mid contract from a teaching position is very complicated. When a teaching contract is signed, both parties intend for the contract to be continued for an entire academic ...
Tap Into Job Search Networking
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
The Internet has become the super information highway. Because of the way this vast informational location is used, many job seekers have forgotten about the traditional way of job searching. Don’t rely just on the ...
ESL Teacher Job – English as a Second Language Teaching Jobs Abroad
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
For many people traveling abroad and seeing the world is a dream. Most people put off achieving that dream because they feel it will be too expensive, and that they cannot possibly take the necessary ...
10 Tips to Close Your Teaching Interview with Professionalism
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
So your interview is coming to a close and you are relieved to finally be out of this intense situation. However, you want to leave a positive and lasting impression. That is why you must ...
Six Tips for Writing an Interview Generating Teacher Resume
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
Writing an education resume can be a lengthy and brain draining process. If you have never written one before, or haven’t written one for awhile, it may feel overwhelming. Creating your resume is one of ...
6 Steps to Secure Your Dream Position
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
It happens time and time again. Someone loses their job but it’s not the specific job they are upset about losing, it is the fact that they are now jobless. Many people hold jobs that ...
6 Tips for Writing a Cover Letter When Changing Your Career to Teaching
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
An increasing number of people are choosing to go into teaching later on in life – many would say, they want a rewarding career change into teaching. Maybe now that your children are at school, ...
5 Tips for a Successful Teacher Job Phone Interview
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
More and more employers are deciding to interview candidates over the phone, especially if the prospective employee lives in another city or state. Telephone interviews have their own unique advantages and disadvantages. Even though a ...
4 Tips to Secure a Teaching Job Abroad
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
For many, traveling and working abroad is a dream that will never be fulfilled. However, if you have a real passion for travel and are up for a challenge, you can turn this dream into ...
How to Create a Teacher Focused Resume
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
Picture the recruiting process as though it were a sale. The person who is recruiting is the buyer and you are the actual product. As a product, you have a description detailing what you are ...
8 Tips for Conquering a Teacher or Administrator Panel Job Interview
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
Interviews can be nerve-wracking enough with just one person asking questions, but what about with a whole committee or panel? Do not let numbers scare you. You and the interviewers are there for the same ...
7 Tips for Writing an E-mail Cover Letter
By Candace Davies · 9 years ago
Many school districts accept e-mail cover letters and resumes. There is a proper way to submit these when you are job searching. You will want to ensure your cover letter to be neat, enticing, concise, ...
Boosting Workplace Morale
By Candace Davies · 10 years ago
Whether an employee or an employer, you can be part of the solution for boosting morale in the workplace. Many employees seem to act as though they are in direct competition with one another. If ...
One Page Vs. Two Page Resumes
By Candace Davies · 10 years ago
The desired length of a resume can vary depending on the profession, school district, country, etc. When crafting your resume, you want to make certain that you meet the potential employer’s guidelines or preferences. Some ...