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New teacher needs advice

Last post 07-09-2018, 3:39 AM by wingsio. 6 replies.
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  •  06-16-2011, 11:06 AM 500762

    New teacher needs advice

    Hi, all

    I just completed my first year of teaching (internship). For this coming school year, I want to apply for an elementary school position.

    I'm hoping to get some suggestions on how to make sure that my resume and other relevant documents are seen by  the people who make teacher hiring decisions.

    Does anyone have some tips that might, in a crowded, competitive field,  increase my chances of having my credentials reviewed by school decision-makers?

    Thanks so much & Good luck to everyone!  B
  •  06-23-2011, 8:23 PM 503872 in reply to 500762

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  •  10-29-2015, 5:59 AM 883893 in reply to 500762

    Re: New teacher needs advice

    Use more of why and when while teaching. Asking your students why, when and how, helps them to go deeper into the subject matter and also stretches their learning ability. If your students have any doubts, clarify them and then go ahead with teaching. Do not insult a student if he comes up with doubts. This can create a personal grudge inside his mind which will eventually affect his studies. As the adage goes “Give Respect and take Respect”, treat your students with respect and they will respond to you accordingly.

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  •  01-28-2016, 4:43 AM 892219 in reply to 500762

    Re: New teacher needs advice

    Being a new teacher can be stressful. College professors teach text book theory. But when you step into a real live classroom of your own all of that goes out of the window. Well I found a book that is easy to read and right to the point. pay someone to do my homework
  •  05-09-2016, 9:46 AM 897302 in reply to 500762

    Re: New teacher needs advice

    I have one tip that I am sure going to help you fair bit and that’s this Best-Selling book Walks of Life, it changed my life as a coach (teacher), it showed me things that I never previously was interested or valued, but now I know everything can make a difference and now I am making big difference in others life!

  •  06-25-2018, 10:44 AM 909173 in reply to 500762

    Re: New teacher needs advice

    Hello!
    You have just finished your studies. It’s a perfect time to get yourself enrolled to the next step of your academic journey, isn’t it? The first step is a personal statement. A lot of questions are raised there: What to include in the personal statement? How to keep things both formal and easy-going? How to format the paper?
    The answers you can find here.
  •  07-09-2018, 3:39 AM 909353 in reply to 909173

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