Many people have experienced interviews only to learn afterwards they are not the candidates chosen for the positions. This is true in every career and can be perplexing to the young person who is trying to enter the work force after graduation. Upon rejection, whether it is via a personal letter or phone call, the… Continue reading Interviews and Mistakes Made by Candidates
Why should a person ever want to be a teacher? Tom Allon, a writing contributor to the Huffington Post, stated in March, 2012, “A hypothetical interior monologue is likely to be played out on more than 2,000 college campuses throughout the country this spring. When we should be attracting the best and the brightest to… Continue reading Why Should I Become a Teacher?
“When are educators going to be heard?” That question continues to be asked by teachers…by administrators…by students and their parents…and by those in the community who truly believe that educators do have answers. The belief that people linked with students only are interested in their paychecks is ludicrous. Those who are dedicated to insuring that… Continue reading So…What do you know about Personalized Learning?
Norwin School District recently hosted a STEM Summit on March 12, 2012. Administrators, educators, and business members were among the 350 people who attended this summit. The purpose was to disseminate knowledge regarding how to promote the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math more effectively in grades K-12. Dr. Lawrence Mussoline, Superintendent of Downington… Continue reading STEM…Promoting Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math in the Schools