There ARE jobs for teachers, and this step-by-step guide will help college students and career changers find those jobs and get them. Whether you seek a job as a substitute teacher or full-time pre-school, elementary, middle, or high school teacher, the strategies needed to win a job are here. The job market has changed, and teachers no longer get jobs just by just student teaching in a school. Todayas candidates need to use online search engines to find openings, and then produce a cover letter, resume, and portfolio that showcases their training. Interviewing is much more than answering the question, aTell me about yourself.a Teacher candidates must master the art of the behavior-based interview to sell their experience and expertise to employers. When a candidateas Facebook page can make or break hiring, everything a potential new teacher does is important.A Step-by-Step Guide Mary C. Clement. STAR answer: When I began my student teaching experience, my cooperating teacher required me to write a letter to ... She told me how important it was to share curriculum and study skills with the parents in a newsletter that went out every three weeks (task). ... Example question: How have you kept up with trends in your discipline and with teaching in general?
|Title||:||Get a Teaching Job NOW|
|Author||:||Mary C. Clement|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2013-03-11|