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How to Get the Teaching Position You Want! Teacher Candidate Guide by M. Phyllis Murton

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Published by Educational Enterprises .
Written in English


  • Careers - General,
  • Careers / Job Opportunities,
  • Education

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Number of Pages110
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Open LibraryOL11703674M
ISBN 100963674900
ISBN 109780963674906

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How to get the teaching job you want: the complete guide for college graduates, teachers changing schools, returning teachers and career changers (2 nd ed.). (). (). Book by Feirson, R. & Weitzman, S. Review by Anna M. Kent. Sterling, VA: Stylus Publishing, . How To Get the Teaching Job You Want is designed for educators. There is no book like it on the market. I thank Dr. Fiersen & Dr. Weitzman for helping me highlight my strengths and accomplishments in the teaching profession. By using the information in this book as guidance, I secured a position in a school of excellence on Long Island. HIs book is full of inspiring, classroom-tested techniques that will make you a powerful, effective teacher! It includes a detailed explanation of the skills necessary to become a more powerful teacher, the secrets to effective discipline, how to create a classroom climate that makes students feel special, and the knowledge you need to become.   Becoming a teacher requires compassion, dedication, hard work and a lot of patience. If you want to teach in an elementary school, there are a few basic teacher qualifications that you will have to achieve. Here you will learn essentials in order to obtain a teaching certificate. Have an Amazing Teaching Portfolio.

  Whether you are sending out resumes hoping to land your first teaching job or considering using your teaching experience in a new setting, one fact remains the same: all the best credentials, experience, and passion will go unnoticed without a strong cover letter. The main rule? Sell yourself the way a publicist would. Cover letters aren’t a time for modesty. The following are some questions you might want to get answered before you accept work in a school. You can ask some of them when you are being interviewed, but you can also find some of this information online and by talking with teachers at the school if you know any of them. Why is the teacher in the position I am interviewing for leaving?   So if you’re looking to get your dream teaching job, stop waiting!!! Fill out the form and subscribe now to find out how you can get your dream teaching job. I can’t wait to see you . I release a new minute episode each Sunday and feature it here on the blog to help you get energized and motivated for the week ahead. 5 things I know for sure after quitting teaching twice. So, those are my two experiences with quitting: once in order to find a different teaching position, and once to pursue a different role in education.

  Keep in touch. I would love to have you come back for more. Join my mailing list and get weekly tips, tools, and inspiration—in quick, bite-sized packages—all geared toward making your teaching more effective and joyful. To welcome you, I’ll be sending a free copy of my new e-booklet, 20 Ways to Cut Your Grading Time in Half.I look forward to having you join me.   If you get more than one teaching job offer, you may even be able to negotiate a better salary. How the Interview Process for Teaching Jobs Works Some factors that affect the duration of the interviewing process include the type of position you’re applying for, the date the job is available, or the urgency to fill the spot. A sample teacher cover letter to learn from. Find out how to write a cover letter for teaching jobs. Get expert help and tips. This guide will show you 20+ cover letter examples for teachers with experience and first year newbies with no experience. Plus, a teacher cover letter template to land the job fast! The Guide to Getting the Teaching Job of Your Dreams was written by me (a real veteran teacher), to help you get the teaching job you've been dreaming of. I've been to the interview table several times as a candidate and many more times as an interviewer. I want your job search to go as smoothly as possible. I hope my new eBook can help.