How to Get a Teaching Job in Today’s Economy

Finding any job in this economy can be difficult, and for potential teachers, it’s even more difficult. Teachers looking for jobs are up against both seasoned veterans and rookies for a coveted position.
Today on, frequent contributor Janelle Cox, herself a seasoned educator, takes a look at the top ways that educators can put themselves ahead of the job-seeking pack.
Janelle’s tips include:
  • Be willing to move
  • Substitute teach
  • Get letters of recommendation
  • And more!

All in all, by using the techniques listed out today, your search for a good job will be that much easier.
Do you have any tips on how to find a teaching job in today’s economy?
How to Apply Ed Tech Teaching for Common Core Standards
The Common Core State Standards require teachers and students alike to utilize a full gamut of technologies. Recently, we ran a popular article on how teachers can integrates more technologies into everyday learning activities.
We listed out several methods that teachers can use to integrate technology and learning, including:
  • Blogs
  • Wikis
  • Podcasts
  • And more!

How do you intend to use ed tech tools to help your students reach the learning goals set by Common Core State Standards?
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