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How to create reasonable professional expectations and considerations for your teachers

Posted by Guest Author on May 16, 2018 10:31:55 PM

Take a look at your school schedule-are there any instances in which teachers are expected to work for more than 2 hours without a break? My guess is that it’s pretty typical-especially in schools that are already understaffed. Research has shown that people who take frequent breaks (anywhere from 5-30 minutes) after periods of working (anywhere from 25-90 minutes) are more productive. One study says that people hit their peak by working for 52 minutes and taking a 17-minute break.

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Topics: Talent, Retention, teachers, Human Resources, Professionalism

3 Characteristics to Develop to Get the Job of Your Dreams!

Posted by Guest Author on Mar 10, 2017 7:00:00 AM

It is job-seeking season in education! In the weeks and months ahead, prospective teachers will tidy up their resumes, dust off their best business attire, and prepare to make an impression upon school leaders and/or human resource representatives. 

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Topics: Leadership, teachers, Human Resources

School Job Descriptions are Your First Impression

Posted by Guest Author on Mar 9, 2017 6:00:00 AM

The Michigan education sector is facing a huge crisis with a shortage of quality teachers. There are a few things that come in to play around this issue, but the importance of “first impressions” in your school’s job description is key in seeking quality candidates. You wouldn’t believe how much information is left out of school job description to promote the school’s culture, environment, and desire to bring another amazing educator into the family. Here are some tips on how to structure your job posting, use each position to market your school, and gain a pool of quality candidates that fits your needs.

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Topics: Leadership, Job Descriptions, Human Resources

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