BooknewsWritten by school administrators, this guide to job hunting offers step-by-step advice on avoiding common mistakes, matching your talents to the needs of a school, and getting a position you want. The book covers procedures for elementary, middle, and high schools, public, independent, and parochial schools, and international and boarding schools. Specific attention is given to understanding the demands of available positions, the crafting of cover letters, resumes, and portfolios, and the interview process. A glossary is included, as is an appendix listing starting and average teacher salaries, state by state. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
An up-to-date, user friendly, comprehensive, "how to" manual for aspiring teachers seeking employment in any kind of private, parochial, or public school system, How To Get The Teaching Job You Want shows how to avoid common mistakes of apply for a teaching job; matching the job applicant's talents to the needs of a particular school; crafting effective cover letters and resumes; deciphering newspaper advertisements; leveraging student teaching, substitute teaching, and volunteer work into a job offer; using the Internet in the job search and development process; designing a personal job application portfolio, practice interview questions; strategies for interview formats; and dealing with controversial job interview questioning. If you are a graduating teaching certified student, someone returning to the education work force after a prolonged absence, or seeking to advance teaching career goals through improved job placements, begin with a thorough, careful reading of How To Get The Teaching Job You Want.
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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 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
The authors forget to mention a few major details in job hunting for a teaching position: first, and formost it is not what you know but who you know with in the school systems. second how many others you are in compotition with, and last the reality of not many positions are availible out there. Even though states are desperate for teachers their city,county, state budgets do not warrent them hiring us. how do you fight your way through that?