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For new elementary school teachers, knowing where to begin can prove challenging. It’s vital for a new teacher to have a plan in mind on that very first day in the classroom. By following these tips, you can expect to hit the ground running and survive your first year with ease.
“There aren’t enough hours in the day.”
“Where will I find the time?” “I’ll get to that tomorrow.”
At some point during the day, the week, the month, we all feel like we are racing against the clock – and often losing. We’re chasing the seconds and minutes that tick by, rarely accomplishing what we set out to accomplish.
So we seek efficiencies and try to solve the equation: “How can I accomplish A, B and C given X amount of time?” Here’s the good news: It can be solved with a single answer: multitasking.
The early bird catches the worm.
Our parents told us this when we were young, and it’s likely we’ve used the phrase on our own kids, encouraging them to wake up and seize the day. As a kid, the meaning behind it doesn’t quite resonate – and an hour of sleep seems like a much better idea than catching any slimy worm.
Goals: They help us believe in ourselves, hold us accountable and help us identify what we are truly after and propel us further.
Here are three goal-setting strategies to help you:
You don’t want your first impression to be your last when it comes to the job interview process. A good first impression is the critical foundation of successful employment seeking from resume submission to the face-to-face meeting with a hiring manager.
As an adult or working student, your time is one of your most precious and powerful commodities in achieving your learning and career goals. Your computer can be a vital tool in maximizing your time during your education experience.
Traditionally, emotional awareness wasn’t a part of measuring objective intelligence, but more recently, an accurate awareness of self and others has become an important factor in determining success, both in personal and professional spheres.Emotional intelligence: What is it?
Four attributes make up emotional intelligence, including self-awareness, self-management, social awareness and relationship management. Understanding these attributes is the key to enhancing emotional intelligence.
Whether you’re a college student or it’s your first day on the job, impressing those who wield the leverage of authority over your grades or your paycheck is as easy, or as hard in some cases, as showing up on time. Besides punctuality, there are a number of ways to impress your superior in your academic life, professional life, or both.