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Guidelines For The New Teacher In primary and lower secondary year levels, it is not a big issue unless the child is often absent from exams and other assessment items. What should happen, in most cases, is the absent child's name is put on an exam paper on the day of the test. Then, on return to school, the test is given to the child to do in a quiet place at an appropriate time under exam conditions.

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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 Internet when conducting your job search. Networking is an important job search tool to seek out career opportunities. Some people have abandoned the practice of networking to secure a job just because they don’t understand how it works. Networking i

So, is it true that Head Teachers in schools don't know what's going on, particularly - in the realms of children's behaviour? Perhaps they do - up to a point! Perhaps many of them know about problems with individual pupils or particular classrooms.

Maybe the word "travail" is a bit exaggerated, but the task at hand for a first-year teacher is nevertheless one that requires a special effort. Not everybody is cut to be a teacher, to guide the destiny of 25 or 150 students every year (from elementary to high school).

In order to be a successful teacher your students must like you, believe in you, trust you and have confidence in you. If you fail to establish any of these with your students you will not be as effective as you could be.