Teachers often spend quite a bit of time polishing and perfecting their resumes, but is that what really gets them a job? What if a teacher has limited experience - do they still have a shot when they're up against more seasoned veterans? Resumes are only one small factor in the … [Read more...] about TnT 54 Your resume and education aren’t the most important factors when landing a teaching position
When teachers prepare to apply for jobs, they polish their resume, many create a portfolio of curriculum and experiences, and most scour the internet for interview questions (which you no longer have to do because of this series!). But do you research the schools for which you're … [Read more...] about TnT 53 Don’t forget to do your research before an interview!
While you're in an interview, a principal is trying to get a sense or whether or not you'd be a good fit for their school. They'll want to know if your personality and teaching style would complement the culture of the school. This involves your ability to handle conflict - with … [Read more...] about TnT 52 What you should say about classroom management in an interview
When we’re starting out with our teaching careers, we’re overwhelmed with all of the details that go into being a teacher that we often neglect to take care of ourselves. I’m sure you’ve seen so many posts, websites, programs, and even CONFERENCES dedicated to teacher … [Read more...] about TnT 51 Here’s how you can own your first home as a new teacher
Effective feedback is KEY to moving students forward, but how what does it actually mean to give good feedback? What does it look like? How can you tell if it's working? Simply correcting students won't lead to improved student outcomes, so here are five steps to up your feedback … [Read more...] about TnT 50 Five steps for giving impactful feedback