Why You Have To Schedule Breaks Into Your Work Day

Time Management: 15 Ways to Get More From Workdays Please login to bookmark Please login to bookmark Think you have great time management skills? Terrific — stop the clock for 10 minutes to read this article. Of course you can’t because we don’t manage time at all. Time is indifferent: it moves forward whether you can keep up or not. Time is a resource, just like any other. At work

Preschool Pre-Writing Skills

Preschool Pre-Writing Skills This pre-writing skills resource is a resource for anyone working with preschoolers. The fact is that in the preschool years, developmentally, preschoolers should not be writing. Rather, pre-writing is the area of focus. A huge topic of discussion for pediatric occupational therapy professionals is the fact that preschool pre-writing skills are developed rather than introducing handwriting at this young age. Developmentally, there is a lot of progression

How to Ace Your Next Interview: Tips and Examples

Stepped Guide on How to Ace an Interview: Tips and Examples Regardless of whether you’re looking for an entry-level or a senior role, you may most likely undergo an interview before obtaining a job offer. A job interview allows you to demonstrate your personal credentials and leave a favourable impression on the hiring manager. Precisely for this reason, you may want to present your best effort during this crucial conversation.

How many hours is a full-time PhD?

What Is the Minimum Expectation for Full-Time Hours? There is no legally defined minimum number of hours you must work to be considered a full-time employee, though 35 hours is widely accepted as the informal standard. The definition of a full-time and part-time worker depends on the definitions that the employers themselves create. If you’re deciding between taking a full-time or part-time job, understanding what full-time work is can help.

Key tips for teaching in the clinical setting

What Are The Best Collaborative Learning Tips And Strategies For Teachers? Consider collaboration in recent history: Watson and Crick or Page and Brin (Founders of Google). But did you know it was a collaborative Computer Club about basic programming at a middle school that brought together two minds that would change the future of computing? Groups tend to learn through “discussion, clarification of ideas, and evaluation of other’s ideas.” Perhaps

Book writing tips

Getting feedback early and often helps break up the overwhelm. Start a website on WordPress or Tumblr and use it to write your book a chapter or scene at a time. Then eventually publish all the posts in a hardcopy book. This is a little different than traditional blogging, but the same concepts apply. Ten rules for writing fiction 1 Never open a book with weather. If it’s only to

How to write an ebook for a B2B audience

A diligent client will be measuring the value of the ebook by the number of people who follow this call to action, which means you need to make it as persuasive as possible. So don’t leave the CTA to the last minute, when you’re exhausted and can’t wait to type the final full stop. You don’t have to worry about your Kindle book being too big. For starters, let’s clear

How to manage and reduce stress

Research has shown that stress can sometimes be positive. It can make you more alert and help you perform better in certain situations. 2 However, stress has only been found to be beneficial if it is short-lived. What happens to my body when I experience stress? Hormones called adrenaline and noradrenaline raise your blood pressure, increase your heart rate and increase the rate at which you perspire. This prepares your

How to Write a Paper About Teaching

  Once you are in college as a student, you will come across various types of essays that depend on your creativity and imagination. Here, it would be best if you always targeted what the teacher intends to find in your essay. Setting your mind straight is one of the best approach methods. This way, it will be easy for you to understand the topic and come up with relevant

Language Support Training – 13th October 2011

Approximately fifty teachers and teaching assistants attended the October JLN Language Support Training Twilight at Woolston CP School, Warrington. The focus of the meeting was to consider ways to develop essay writing activities which are for children in  Key Stage One and Two based upon “My home, your home” and linked to the story of “The Town and the Country Mouse”. Janet Lloyd and the two native target language assistants, Emilie