Ever wondered how teachers get evaluated in places other than Mainz? Well, check out this post on developments in the U.S. You’ll be surprised. All American states are micromanaging principals to a degree never seen before. For example, in Memphis, Tennessee, principals are required to have a pre-observation conference with each teacher (which takes 20
I had a sudden realization this morning. Ten years ago this fall I was starting my senior year of college, I had accomplished a lot since then and currently I am also working as a volunteer developing online GED classes with an online platform named BestGEDClasses, though my education was in the classical music field.
I now have finished all the theory parts of the Web Design course and the assessments that went along with them. These assessments covered each of the three parts of the course and I have passed all of them with a top grade of Distinction in each. The latest assessment was on using PowerPoint and
I’ve talked about it before. I’m trying to pick up some mad skills here in Arizona. Right now, I’m working on three skills: InDesign GED General Blog Knowledge (wordpress, writing, etc.) I know. Three skills is a lot to take on, but I’m running out of time. I only have 4 1/2 months before I’m