Yes, teaching can be a difficult career – it takes the courageous to be great teachers! We’ve seen this during the pandemic period and it’s time for teachers to start mapping their own career aspirations and build a strong foundation for their future.
If you’re a new teacher, the strategies we’ve listed below are even more important. Many of the tips below can also be a great guidance sheet to structure your resume and make the best of what you’re offering a recruiter. Here we go!
Know why you’re here and make sure of your reason. This is the foundation stone on which your entire career will be built. You’ll keep returning to this when things get difficult in your workplace or if you’re ever stuck looking for a new job.
This is your mission statement. Write it down, put it where you can see clearly every day, and use these values to push you ahead in your teaching career.
Don’t end your teaching obligations in the classroom. Have a strong plan for how you can help advance your long-term career and achieve your goals. Spend time building up lesson plans, customizing it to suit your teaching styles, and innovate in your teaching methods.
Try and create new ones wherever applicable. All of this consistent work slowly adds to your portfolio and helps you set yourself apart from teachers around you.
Now, this is the key to drive results in your classroom and add student achievements to your resume. You may look at multiple strategies across the subject. But remember, the key to managing your classroom well is to build strong and positive relationships.
Once you have this pat down, you can start helping your students achieve great things and record your progress in your resume.
For some teachers, a teaching career can seem like a dead-end with very little room for progress. The good news is that the education landscape is rapidly changing and the opportunities are many! Get started with the above tips, build a strong foundation, and climb your way up a new education field. Comment below and let us know your thoughts and opinions.
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