Finding Remote Opportunities to Advance Your Career
Secure the Bag from Home
COVID-19 is causing major disruptions in how businesses/organizations operate. The structure of many organizations are changing, which means approaches to these organizations will change. Finding opportunities isn’t impossible, but will require one to be mindful of how to effectively increase opportunities in their career. Many companies are offering remote opportunities. Here are 3 strategies that . . .
What MBA Has The Highest Salary?
Higher salaries and overall better job prospects are one of the reasons that people choose to pursue a masters of business administration (MBA). Looking at the statistics, it's clear that an MBA can open doors and lead to greater opportunities. In fact, an MBA degree can lead to an 80% increase in salary upon graduation. . . .
25 Highest-Paying Alternative Careers for Teachers
Teacher burnout is a very real phenomenon, pushing many teachers to leave the profession every year, but what you might not realize is how many skills learned in education degree programs and on the job can transfer to alternative careers. What is a teacher, after all, but a project manager, HR rep, life coach, motivational . . .
What is an IEP and 504 Plan?
There are so many things to learn when you are engaging with any discipline. The field of special education is no different. There is lingo that practitioners speak and there are resources that are critical to be aware of in order to best support your students and to make your life easier as well. If . . .
Resources for Current and Future Special Education Teachers
If you are already working as a special education teacher or are a prospective special education teacher, there are many resources that can support you in your career. One thing we know all special education teachers have in common is a passion and love for teaching and the population for which they have chosen to . . .
Special Education Teacher Job Description
According to the National Education Association, over the past ten years there has been a significant increase of students entering special education programs. In fact, there are 30 percent more students enrolled in special education programs then there were a decade prior. Today, three out of four students who have a disability spend at least . . .
Can I Become a Teacher If I Already Have a Bachelor's Degree?
Sometimes it’s easy to miss the fact that there are so many ways to become a teacher that are beyond taking PRAXIS tests and getting the traditional degrees required. There are ways to teach that are not through the school systems that we have grown to understand as the status quo. This is to say, . . .
What is the Praxis Test?
When talking about becoming a teacher we all hear constantly about the Praxis test. Many people fear it; many people take classes to prepare for it; and many people are just not sure what it actually is. Hopefully, we will answer some of those questions here to support you on your path of becoming a . . .
What Education Do You Need to Become a Teacher?
Teachers have a big responsibility in this world. They are in the spotlight a lot more in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic as some of our unsung heroes. They are known for being flexible, working way more hours then they are paid, having a love of their subject, and ultimately a love for children. . . .
What's the Difference Between Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education?
When thinking about early childhood education vs elementary education, one can deduce by the names that the two disciplines must have lots of crossover, and they do. However, the varied fields focus on specific age groups, which at those particular stages in development are pretty significant. There are many ways to prepare for careers in . . .