Posts tagged with ‘Teaching Certification’

  • Getting Hired to Teach

    Ace Your Teacher Interview

    - by Melissa Poliseno

    Ready to get your foot in the door and start teaching? Here are some pointers on how to ace your teacher interview and land that dream job.

  • Mental Health Awareness
    Mental Health Awareness Dealing with Anxiety and Depression and Suicide

    A Happy Girl’s Year of Grief

    - by Kimberly Thaggard, Ph.D.

    I do not like being sad. I don’t like talking about sad things. I am not generally gloomy or depressed, and except for bouts of anxiety (easily explained as impatience) my general tendency is to exist an arms-length from misadventure, misery, and all things melancholy…

  • Women's History Month
    Women Marching for Women's Rights

    We Celebrate Women’s History Month

    - by Camryn Yoder

    For centuries, women’s stories have been overlooked and omitted in history books. That is why this month, we shine light on the past and present contributions of women of all races and backgrounds within social movements, science, business, policy, sports, and music.

  • Teacher Appreciation Week
    High School Tutor Giving Male Student Wearing Uniform One To One Tuition At Desk

    Mr. Hill Made a Difference

    - by Eddie Renz

    “‘That’s the ignorance of youth and the wisdom of age — when you look back on it you say, ‘How did I get here? How did I make it?’ Because people helped you, whether you knew it or not,'” Weaver said in a 2017 interview.”…

  • Education
    Amanda Gorman Poet Laureate

    The Hill We Climb by Amanda Gorman

    - by Eddie Renz

    Would Gorman’s third grade teacher know that a reading from “Dandelion Wine” would light a fuse in a little girl that would one day ignite a bonfire of words that would burn white hot on a cold day in Washington D.C.?

  • Education
    Hispanic teacher (20s) in science lab with multi-ethnic elementary school students, doing chemistry experiment.

    What are You Passionate About?

    - by Eddie Renz

    Ultimately, passion is the driving force behind success and happiness that allows us all to live better lives.

  • iteachLIVE

    Best Advice for Current and Incoming Teachers

    - by Eddie Renz

    On iteach LIVE, 6th grade social studies teacher Nyle Fuentes-Cousain explains how teaching is more than just a professional craft. iteach provides online teacher certification helping talented individuals become excellent teachers.

  • Become a Great Teacher
    Elementary school children work together to build 3d models using recycled materials during class. This is a school in Hexham, Northumberland in north eastern England.

    Creativity in the Classroom

    - by Eddie Renz

    “All children are born artists, the problem is to remain an artist as we grow up.” — Pablo Picasso.

    Sir Ken Robinson mentions the above quote in his Ted Talk, but he adds his own twist: ““All children are all artists. We don’t grow into creativity, we grow out of it – or rather, we get educated out of it.”

  • Happy Teachers
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    The Best Teacher Certification Program

    - by Andrew Rozell

    Many certification programs, including iteach, post positive reviews from satisfied teachers on their websites. We are proud to have helped many satisfied teachers and to share their stories on our site.

  • New Teachers
    iteach online teacher certification

    Why Nick Chose to be a Teacher

    - by Eddie Renz

    There are some jobs that people do because of the impact they can leave on the world. Sometimes, watching the impact you have on the world around you is priceless.

    Watch the video below to see why Nick chose to be a teacher.

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