I am a secondary school teacher. i have done my b.ed. i also have 1 year's formal experience of teaching secondary grade o' level students. i wish to migrate to australia. pls suggest web sites where i may post my resume. if one is able to get a job before hand, migration becomes relatively easier. serious answers only please.
The probability that a randomly selected elementary or secondary school teacher from a city is a female is 0.52, holds a second job is 0.45, and is a female and holds a second job is 0.13. Find the probability that an elementary or secondary school teacher selected at random from this city is a female or holds a second job.
The probability that a randomly selected elementary or secondary school teacher from a city is a female is 0.68, holds a second job is 0.31, and is a female and holds a second job is 0.26. Find the probability that an elementary or secondary school teacher selected at random from this city is a female or holds a second job.
How many points do you need to become a secondary school teacher in The leaving cert?
And is it a good job? And how many points would you need to be a secondary teacher in the USA?
I am an African student in Taiwan, currently working on my undergraduate thesis. Am doing a comparative study for secondary school teacher's job satisfaction in Taiwan and Malawi. I wanna base my research on how the national culture of these two countries contribute to the satisfaction level of secondary school teachers in these two countries. I am now stuck on how to go about my literature review, can any one out there help and give me an idea on what to include in my literature review? I will greatly appreciate your help. Thanks
I am a current student at the University of Florida, and am in need of some help for a class! I need a real secondary school teacher to fill out the following quick questions:
1. Other than time spent during the school day, how many hours do you spend preparing for school?
2. What advice do you have for a future teacher?
3. What is the most difficult part of your job?
4. What is the most rewarding part of your job?
I would then need you name and school to include in my career interview assignment.
I am from Ireland and I have a degree in Construction Management, but I now realise this really isn't the route for me. What I really want to do is become a secondary school teacher. Is there some post grad course I could do to become a construction teacher. I would be willing to go over to the Uk for a while if thats what it took. This really is the only job I want to do so if you know of any way of making it possible I would really appreciate your help. Thanks!
I would love to go into teaching but am unsure of whether to be a secondary school teacher or a primary school teacher.
Please could you give me advantages and disadvantages of each one :)
I want to teach secondary school students but do not know what a levels to take. I think i want to teach science, biology psychically and was thinking of taking biology phycology and sociology with 1 other a level but im not sure which one. Maybe maths. What do i need to be a secondary school teacher ?
i meant biology specifically btw. and its not because biology is the easiest as its not, chemistry is, but because i enjoy it more than the others its more fasinating how the body works and how to treat diseases and stuff.
I was looking at the Australian government's immigration website, and Secondary School Teacher is on the Skilled Occupation List, but I'm sure the certification of a secondary school teacher is different in Australia than it is in the United States.
How would a secondary school teacher with a degree from an American university become certified to teach in Australia?
I have a PhD in physics but would like to become a secondary school science teacher. I would rather not do the year long PGCE but somebody told me i had to do this as i already have a degree? Is there not a shorter teaching course available?
Of course i appreciate that by having a PhD i still have alot to learn but i was wondering if i could do a Cert ed of something?
I am 16 and i know that i want to become a teacher, my only problem being, i dont know whether to become a primary school teacher, or a secondary school teacher! If i where to become a secondary school teacher i would teach food technology. What i want to know is what are the pros and cons of each job? Whats it better to become? What attributes does each one need?
I have done work experience in a primary school and i loved it, but i just love secondary school! And i love food technology.
So please help me!
Hey, I wish to become a secondary school teacher though I was wondering whether it is wise to go to Tafe and gain a certificate 3 in Education Support. It would enable me to be a teacher aide before I even leave high school but would I be better off just going to University after year 12?
I'm currently enrolled at a University and I aspire to become a Secondary School Teacher. I was just wondering if any of you may know of any good employment options relating to teaching that I could partake in that could potentially boost my resume. I'm looking for any type of jobs, whether they're paid or not paid. I'm open for suggestions. Also, if there are any type of organizations that I could possibly join concerning teaching, please let me know.
Keep in mind that I would be working/volunteering while enrolled in school.
I've worked in Turkey as an English as a foreign language teacher for the last two years and I'm about to return to my home country, Australia. I'm at a loss about what to do as a job when I return. I have an Arts degree, and I'd really like to continue teaching, but not as a primary/secondary school teacher. Any suggestions?
On the secondary level, I think that English teachers work the most hours (due to all of the essays and papers that they have to grade) versus any other type of public secondary school teacher. Who agrees? What type of teacher works the least amount of hours? Why don't they pay English teachers more than say, a P.E. teacher?
I am talking about hours outside of contract hours that are NOT paid. I am not talking about teachers who take up extracurricular activities like coaching or clubs because most of those activities provide the teacher a stipend.
Not particularly religious, but theology is something i have always had an interest in, so wanna do it at Uni. Just wondering what sort of jobs can come out of it though besides being a secondary school teacher. Thanks if anyone can reply.
I am an NZ trained secondary school teacher & am looking for a teaching job in Canada. Loking for info on registration process for teachers and agencies I could contact for job opportunities. Can you help me?
Perhaps I should advise that I am a beginning teacher as well and am still in NZ.
I graduated from university with a PGCE last year, and have got a full time job as a science teacher in a secondary school, based in the West Midlands, England.
Can you tell me how I become a supply teacher & whether or not it has better job prospects than an ordinary secondary school teacher.
What about salary? Would a supply teacher get paid more than a permanently based secondary school teacher?
So for example, a geography teacher in secondary school (UK) works like 8.30-4.30 (or whatever) can they then tutor out of school? Like say from 5-8?