Nadav Zeimer

Nadav Zeimer

31/8/2018 · 2 min read · ~10 · 4
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Where are all the Teachers?

Where are all the Teachers?

http://nadavzeimer.com/teacher-shortage/If you are young and you want to make a positive contribution to society it is likely that teaching will come across your radar as a career worth considering: an opportunity to address a spectrum of our...

Brian McKenzie

Brian McKenzie

Overseas teaching ESL students for sales, customer service, hospitality, insurance, medical services, tourism and security.
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6/9/2018
Harvey Lloyd

Harvey Lloyd

Teaching was once a noble profession that was truly an honor. Today through regulation and onboarding of non relevant responsibilities, teaching has become a difficult place to find any meaning of contribution. 80% of all effort goes towards satisfying regulations, reporting and diversity. Your post is spot on and we need to be supportive of this profession as it adapts to the new world.

4/9/2018
Nadav Zeimer

Nadav Zeimer

31/8/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
To Teachers and 2 more
The Benefits of a Career in Education

The Benefits of a Career in Education

http://nadavzeimer.com/benefits-of-career-in-education/Teaching is arguably the most frustrating job. Students hate school, parents and administrators love to blame teachers, and while one-on-one instruction is hard enough, teachers have to teach...

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Fortunately lately teaching has become a more widespread profession, not limited to schools and other conventional educational institutions. Once I experienced teaching through a tech educational startup in Seattle, I never looked back. I would have stayed there longer if I'd managed to get more teaching gigs, but apparently there were many more instructors and instructor assistants in the company than there were classes, so... We were teaching kids, by the way, and despite the fact that it was a very enjoyable subject (programming), it wasn't without its challenges.

31/8/2018
Steve Virgadamo

Steve Virgadamo

29/8/2018 · 1 min read · ~10
The Importance of Dual-Language Immersion Programs

The Importance of Dual-Language Immersion Programs

Originally posted on SteveVirgadamo.orgIn today’s global economy, it is more important than ever to learn a second language. Not only do dual-language immersion programs benefit the non-native English speakers by allowing them a chance to learn in...

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

Preston 🐝 Vander Ven

The reason I agree with most is have learning dual-languages unlocks other areas of our brains. If anyone has young children, now is the time to teach them.

30/8/2018
William Doonan

William Doonan

13/8/2018 · 1 min read · ~10
The Impact of STEM Education on Student Learning

The Impact of STEM Education on Student Learning

Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics education is quickly becoming one of the most popular and sought-after curriculums in the American education system. There are several good reasons for that.According to the U.S. Department of...

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Zacharias 🐝 Voulgaris

Without teaching children to think creatively and explore new ideas, all STEM education does is create moulds for their minds, encouraging a kind of silent fanaticism. I can't see how Science or any tech-related discipline can benefit from all this, even though I've been in STEM all my life. Besides, trends show that the ability to invent and think creatively yield more benefits than being able to solve equations, something that computers are already doing pretty well.

13/8/2018
Andrea Mayers

Andrea Mayers

7/8/2018 · 3 min read · ~10
Unusual methods of note-taking

Unusual methods of note-taking

Quick note-taking is one of the most important skills for those who study at school or university. It would seem that this issue should be given priority first of all, in order to facilitate the students' process of storing information on paper....

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