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Very Little Downtime Teaching, unlike most professions, has very little downtime. Through their eight hour shift, they are primarily in front of their audience, i.e., students, the entire time. In comparison, another profession that covers information for an audience is a television journalist (I am referring to the profession of researching, writing, and reporting-not the profession of just reading teleprompter scripts someone else has prepared), but instead of being broadcast on the television for their entire shift, they are usually being broadcast for only about 30 minutes. For the remaini
Teaching is a tough profession. Most teachers put invest themselves heavily into their students, spending time, money and other resources that far exceed the meager income they make. Still, it is a profession that has its own unique rewards and challenges. Here are seven that could have a profound effect on your career.
Abstract for some subscales such as self-actualization, self-regard, optimism, happiness, and stress-management. T-test analysis confirmed that participants having higher EQ abilities achieved higher
Do you want to get admission in top management institutes of India? If yes, Group discussion (GD) is also an important part of MBA entrance exam. After clearing common exams such as CAT, MAT etc, students have to pass GD round too. This is a discussion by a group people where they exchange their thoughts and ideas.
What's happening with your college term papers and essays? Unfortunately, that's a question that a lot of student's cannot or do not want to answer. I see students on almost a daily basis who have the term paper blues. Their biggest problem? They just can't seem to get started. They procrastinate and rationalize. They put off doing their assignments until the eleventh hour.
I wanted to talk about interviewing from both perspectives which are that of the ESL/EFL teacher looking for a new teaching job and that from the ESL/EFL school looking for a new teacher to fill their available teaching position. Keep in mind that this is just my advice and opinion on the matter. You should decide what you find useful and what does or doesn't work for you.