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Ten Tips for Cross Cultural Communication As our world becomes smaller through innovative technology and international business, effective cross-cultural communicating skills are the foundation to building strong relationships. Review these ten simple tips to keep in mind before your next business trip abroad. Understand the Culture Before planning any business trip to another country, it is always a good idea to research and develop some awareness on the target cu
Most new teachers starting out in the classroom are aware that while it is important to raise academic standards of today's youth in classroom all across America, it is the professional experience and support that they need especially in their first year of managing a classroom.
Doctors and physical therapists endure grueling internships; electricians and plumbers are apprenticed as they achieve excellence; dentists and hygienists are constantly taking classes to update their skills; teachers student teach and then...
Many teachers have never created any 'boundaries,' i.e., clear delineations, which may be physical or 'virtual,' where they draw the line. Do you and those around you know what your boundaries are?
In considering schools, we need to value the fact that they are not on the regular platform of making and delivering goods or services to the public and hence are very far away from commonly used concepts of handling the supply and demand continuum. Schools, on the other hand, are service-oriented organizations that endeavor to provide a basic platform to the students to encourage them to grow towards the direction of success and excellence.
In helping many college students over the years make a smooth transition into the education profession, there are a few concerns that stand out among the rest when it comes to fears and scenarios associated with a new teaching position.