Career advice and developments in the education job market, September 8, 2017. View as web page.
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CAREER CORNER
Accepting a Teaching Position: A Guide Accepting a Teaching Position: A Guide
With many districts facing teacher shortages, you could potentially receive more than one teaching offer. Here’s what to keep in mind when considering and ultimately, accepting a teaching position. Read more.
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OPINION
Are You Considering Teaching at an International School? Here’s What to Know Are You Considering Teaching at an International School? Here’s What to Know
A recruiter from the International Schools Consortium shares tips for educators who want to transition to teaching overseas—and encouragement to take the risk and move abroad. Read more.
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COLLABORATORY
Back to School, Back to Learning: How Teachers Can Set Their Own Professional Learning Goals Back to School, Back to Learning: How Teachers Can Set Their Own Professional Learning Goals
Ernie Rambo shares six steps that teachers can take to guide their own professional learning and become a more effective educator. Read more.
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No Leader Is Always Right. Is That OK?
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Q&A Collections: Professional Development
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Classroom Management
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UPCOMING EVENTS
PREMIUM WEBINAR - Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, 2 to 3 p.m. ET
Smart Social Media Strategies for K-12 Companies
It takes planning, good execution, and finesse for education companies to connect with district leaders and educators via social media. You want teachers to see your organization as helpful, and not self-serving. We look at the best ways to reach the educators online. Click here to attend this premium live event.
SPONSOR WEBINAR - Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, 2 to 3 p.m. ET
Inspire Student Success With Effective Educational Technology: Utilize Research to Shape Instruction
This webinar will cover the technology integration process and how to make educational research more accessible to teachers. Participants will also learn about the latest research on Istation’s integrated learning system. Click here to attend this free live event.
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SPONSOR WEBINAR - Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017, 2 to 3 p.m. ET
Creating an SEL Roadmap: A District’s Journey to Support the Whole Child
Everett Public Schools, Wash., is undertaking a coordinated, districtwide approach to social-emotional learning (SEL). Join education leaders from Everett to learn about their journey to create a consolidated approach to behavior programs, tiered student support, and trauma-informed practices through the district’s use of social-emotional learning curriculum and data. Click here to attend this free live event.
Content provided by: Panorama Education and Second Step
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