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Why I Became A Teacher

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Guest article by Jill Drum. A few years ago, I began planning my retirement for when I reached the end of 31 years of teaching. This June will be it, and as the date rapidly approaches, panic is setting in. My whole identity is that of a teacher.

The Two Most Critical Aspects You Should Know To Succeed In Online Teaching

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Stuart Delony’s online teaching journey with HAWO American Academy. Stuart, thanks for joining us. Please tell us about you and your educational background.

5 Tips for Chinese Students Who Want To Attend American Universities

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Studying and receiving a college education in the US is a growing trend around the world. During the school year 2016-2017, almost 351 thousand Chinese students were studying in higher education institutions in the United States.

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How Online Education Is Changing The Global Ecosystem

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Technology has had a critical effect on the way we do almost everything. For example, it has changed how we shop, interact, behave, get our news, and even learn.

5 Costly Inventory Management Mistakes Schools Should Avoid

If your school is like most, inventory and/or asset management plays a critical role in daily operations.

How to Get Students Moving for Academic Advantages

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Guest article written by Dr. Mark E. Benden, CPE, Chair of the Environmental & Occupational Health Department and the director of the Ergonomics Center at Texas A&M University. Without a doubt, teachers want the best academic and holistic outcomes for their students.

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Are You Ready To Teach Online From Home Across Cultures?

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Teaching online from home. Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Heather Carter’s journey with HAWO American Academy. Heather Carter, HAWO American Academy.

Understanding The Difference Between BICS And CALP In English Language Acquisition

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BICS and CALP are both acronyms that refer to the amount of time it requires new English language learners to develop the necessary conversational and academic skills in the English language. BICS: Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills. CALP: Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency.

5 Strategies Teachers Can Use To Help Struggling ESL Students

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If you have ever tried to learn a second language, especially as an adult, then you know how challenging it can be to learn, understand, read and write in a new form. Any language can be difficult for a new language learner.

5 Ways Teachers Can Create Solid Relationships With Their Students

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For students, establishing strong, trustful relationships with their teachers is fundamental to the learning process.

5 Places To Find Free And Affordable ESL Teaching Resources

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Many teachers, whether working online or in a brick and mortar school usually have a few resources they depend on and use all the time for their teaching. However, there are a variety of activities or resources you can turn to when you need to modify a lesson or change routes.

Today’s Curriculum for the Higher Ed HR Leader

Speaker: Joseph Clay, Business Transformation Strategist at Oracle, and Jeffrey Haynes, Director with Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP

Today’s universities and colleges face many challenges ranging from reconciling financial pressures, to ensuring student success, to managing complicated workforce dynamics. One thing they all have in common: Their head of HR must align the HR function to best support the institution as it navigates this current landscape.

How Teaching Online Can Change Your Life

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Guest article from teacher Elizabeth from 51Talk. My name is Mary Davisson. My teacher’s name at 51Talk is Miss Davisson (Elizabeth). I have been teaching and training for over 30+ years.

This Is Why Education Begets Education

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Serena Bloom’s journey with 51Talk American Academy, or now known as HAWO American Academy.

4 Ways Teaching Mentors Can Make A Difference Online Or In The Classroom

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Teaching online or in the classroom can be a challenging profession from many angles. Teachers have an enormous amount of responsibilities the moment they begin in the profession.

From China To America: How Online Learning Is Connecting Cultures

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Online learning is not new. However, learning and teaching English across borders is still in its infancy, and continues to grow every day. There are a lot of fake companies out there, and it is in your best interest to make sure the company you choose to teach for is legitimate.

Resilience: Why Are Our Children So Fragile?

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This is an op-ed written by Marcia Fervienza. First scenario: a child who is part of a stable and loving family of 5 goes through a massive loss at age 12. Her older sister decides to leave the family’s house in a stressful condition. Suddenly she stops being part of the family’s routines.

How One Teacher Founded A Whole New High School

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Scott Heister, an engineering and physics teacher, began mentoring his high school’s FIRST Robotics Competition team in his home state of Michigan 19 years ago.

It’s Time To Support The Mental Health & Well Being of Teachers

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This interview was first published on Huffington Post. According to NPR , teacher attrition is high, and university enrollment in teacher preparation programs has fallen 35% over the past five years — a decrease of nearly 240,000 teachers in all.

The 5-Second Rule And Other Myths: How to Protect Kids’ Health At School

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Guest article by Stephen Lewis. Five seconds might fly by to us, but to microbes, it’s plenty of time to hitch a ride on fallen food. Of course, try telling that to a hungry kindergartener whose ham sandwich hit the cafeteria floor. No, really: Tell him.

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5 Ways Online Teachers Can Connect With Their International Students

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Online education provides a plethora of opportunities to learn about a variety of topics from anywhere in the world. As an online instructor, it can be a challenge to work with students from a variety of countries because of communication barriers and differences in time zones.

Five Things Parents Should Know About End-Of-Year Testing

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Guest article by: Hilary Scharton, Vice President of K-12 Product Strategy for Canvas by Instructure. Every spring, schools across the nation give students millions of standardized tests. Students sit for hours, filling in answer bubbles with their number two pencils for an exam that may span days.

How This Educator Makes Extra Money Teaching From Home

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Jessica Simpson’s journey with 51Talk American Academy, or now known as HAWO American Academy. Jessica, can you please tell us what you do?

The Importance Of Teaching ESL In A Holistic Approach

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Julia Parco’s journey with 51Talk American Academy, or now known as HAWO American Academy.

Streamline Academic Efforts For Success-And For Your Health

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Guest article by: Ben Walker. While college graduates make significantly more money than high school graduates — 56 percent more , on average — they also experience far more health issues.

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LinkedIn Names Robyn Shulman #1 Top Voice in Education

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LinkedIn names Robyn D. Shulman as the #1 Top Voice in Education. With a following of over 200,000 people in education, she is proud to share her education work among the global community. Please read more to learn about this exciting announcement below. Robyn D.

6 Answers To The Most Common Teaching Interview Questions

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Question: Which States can I teach in after I graduate? Answer: After you graduate, you can teach in the state in which you hold your new teaching certification. However, if you want to teach in another state, you would have to research the requirements, as they are all different.

How This Educator Bridges Creativity And Teaching Through Project-Based Learning

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This is our 9 th interview in our thought-leadership series with 51Talk. Our featured teacher today is Catherine Smith. Catherine is a creative and highly-passionate teacher.

Unlocking Hidden Potential through Recruitment

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Written by: Brittany Bir, COO, 42USA. 42, a non-profit, tuition-free, computer programming school is not only disrupting the traditional education model, but also the traditional admissions process.

7 Ways to Avoid Student Loan Debt

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LinkedIn originally published this article as part of the LinkedIn’s Avoid Student Debt Series. By: Robyn Shulman, 2016. Before the Internet was alive and well in the eyes of the public, there was very little awareness built around different ways to save money for higher education.

Online or Overseas: 4 Important Tips To Keep in Mind When Teaching ESL Students from China

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From hours spent in class, to lesson structure and break times, formal education in China is worlds apart from that in America. The chasm is not only caused by physical miles involved, but also the native variable cultures and traditions between the two countries.

More Relevant Books. More Engaged Reading.

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Guest article written by: Louise Baigelman. Executive Director, Story Shares. Consider the amount of text you’ve encountered today: signs, instructions, emails… this article. Imagine not being able to read any of it.

21st-Century Project Learning: The Bootstrapping Checklist

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Written by Rich Baxter. What Is The Bootstrapping Checklist for Public Schools * ? The Bootstrapping Checklist for Public Schools* teaches 21st-century skills, including communication, collaboration, critical thinking and creativity.

Quiet In The Classroom: How To Recognize And Support Introverted Entrepreneurs

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Written by: Robyn D. Shulman. Quiet people have the loudest minds,”- Stephen Hawking. About two weeks ago, via LinkedIn, I shared Josh Steimle’s book review of Susan Cain ’s bestseller, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking.

10 Summer Jobs For Teachers 2017

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Summer is here. School is out. Looking for part time summer jobs for teachers or summer teacher employment? Please find 10 summer jobs for teachers in 2017 listed below. These companies are hiring now. You will also find a good variety of online summer jobs for teachers.

How This Teacher Took A Risk And Found Happiness In Her Work

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This is our fifth interview from our thought-leadership series from teachers who work at 51Talk. Elizabeth, please tell us about your education background.

This Is What It’s Like To Teach Online And Meet Your Students In-Person

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This is our 10 th interview in our thought-leadership series with 51Talk. Our featured teacher today is Ian Reed. Ian is a passionate teacher who recently went to China and met a few of the students he works with online.

How To Get Started Teaching Online

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Welcome back to our “Teacher Feature Series,” where we chat with educators who work online across borders. Today, please read about Shaundra Schlapia’s journey with HAWO American Academy. Shaundra, please tell us all about you! HAWO American Academy Educator, Shaundra Schlapia.

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5 Ways Online Learning Can Open Doors For All Students

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According to Babson Survey Research Group , the number of students registered in online courses grew to 5.8 million nationally. Online class growth has been consistent for the past 13 years, and more than a quarter of higher education students (or 28%) are enrolled in at least one online course.

Top 5 Tips for Teaching English Online

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Every day, more teachers leave the classroom, and they are looking for different ways to stay in education and still make a difference using their skills, talents, passion and knowledge. Becoming an online teacher is a big step , one that most educators have never even considered.

A Skilled Services Career Might Be The Best Economic Option For Many Students

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Students not bound for college used to be put into vocational-technical classes as a way to build their skills for a vocational career. They had the opportunity to learn carpentry, food prep, hospitality, or automotive repair, among other trades. But that’s all changed. Back in 1984, the Carl D.

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5 Ways To Manage Behavior In An Online Classroom

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Times have changed in education. Albeit slow, we’re beginning to see some transformations on the horizon. Today, students can attend school in a brick and mortar building, online, or in a hybrid environment. Education can span vast distances to reach areas once considered remote and isolated.

Build A University Grounded In Intrapreneurship To Spur The Change You Seek

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Guest article written by Dan Lauer, the founding executive director of UMSL Accelerate. With the explosion of startups and the success of game changers like Google and Facebook, it’s no wonder entrepreneurship is more relevant than ever.