Doing something kind for your coworkers might not seem like it translates to immediate rewards, but it actually does. Research shows that teachers are more satisfied with their jobs when they have good relationships with their coworkers. And teachers that are more satisfied with their jobs make greater impacts with their students. So basically spreading … Continue reading Awesome Teachers Make Time To Do Kind Deeds (GMTT – #4)
Both websites connect students with teachers and provide a safe way to pay for services. So which should you choose? Let's break down each of their features to determine which is best: TakeLessons vs. Musika.
After much research on kindergarten and how it effects future success, this post answers the age old question: If my child has a summer or fall birthday, can I (or should I) send them to kindergarten the year they are turning 5?
Tutoring can be a fantastic way to bring in extra income, or earn money with a flexible schedule. Even though remote tutoring for English as a second language (or ESL) has become a giant job market (read more about which is best here), there are plenty of companies who provide means for general tutoring to … Continue reading Which Is Best To Work For: Tutor.com or Varsity Tutors?
If you have been reading some of my educational research, you may have noticed a short pause in new material. A new addition to our family created a shortage of time! However, after a 6 week maternity break, I am ready to get back in the saddle... the writing and research saddle, that is. Moving … Continue reading Similarities Between Parenting And Teaching: The Reward Is Worth It
A Letter To Social Media Social media, you've done it again. Somehow you have taken a brilliant way to connect and share ideas, and turned it into a guilt-fest. There is a never ending feed of beautiful crafty teachers, who spend hours on the tiniest details, and their own money on beautiful furniture for the … Continue reading Why Teachers Should Not Feel Guilty About An Ugly Classroom
After deciding to leave the traditional education setting, I was very interested in education business to business companies. Or in other words, companies that helped educators create their own education start up. Some these business options were very promising and looked like a great fit for any teacher who is looking to become their own … Continue reading 5 Companies Who Help Educators Start Their Own Businesses
After having my first daughter, I went back to teaching at a traditional public school and placed her in full time daycare. It ended up being a harsh reality check for me. While there were many lovable aspects of teaching, it was very difficult to juggle with an infant. I do want to place a … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Teaching Is NOT A Family Friendly Career
It was slightly depressing to write this article, but unfortunately there is a need for public educators to make extra income. If you happen to fall into that boat, check out these options. This list of jobs is specifically beneficial because these positions do not require years of experience, and are not as highly competitive … Continue reading 6 Part Time And Flexible Jobs For Teachers To Earn Money