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Well, so much for summer break. The teaching grind is just around the corner. Yeah, yeah, two months off isn't long enough, but hey, it's pretty good. So, now it's time to start getting in gear to go back to the professional attire and mindset, early morning rising, and don't forget to get your bladder in shape so that one daily visit to the rest room will be enough. Okay, let's go down the checklist for the things you'll need to get prepared for the inevitable day: 1. Don't forget to wait until the last minute to get your teacher supplies at the teacher store so you'll have time to make an ho
In choosing a career, we need to carefully select the one which we really loved most. We need to choose the career wherein we believe that we can reach the top of it, a career that fits our talents and skills, and a career that is chosen not because of the influence of others but because of our own freewill.
When parents get involved in the academic (and other) aspects of their child's school life, a certain kind of magic happens. A new partnership is formed between the parents, teachers and the child, and the entire schooling process takes on a richer, revitalized meaning.
How do parents find a good school? Not only are public schools crippled by dozens of bad ideas, but the schools seem intentionally designed so that parents cannot understand what's really going on inside the classrooms. Probably it's more practical to stay alert for the danger signs that can be observed from a distance. Here's a checklist of the top eight signals that you don't want your child in this school.
Education is a big debate. There is no doubt that there is room for improvement in this country and many others. God knows it is a big topic of discussion in parties, meetings, gym classes and homes. And everywhere else.
If you plan on making teaching English your career, you're probably going to have to start saving early for your retirement. Some employers do offer retirement fund options, so ask yours if they have one that you can join.