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Have you recently landed your dream job? Perhaps, you want to do everything in your power to impress your new boss and coworkers. To increase your odds of enjoying success in your new career, consider enrolling in continuing education courses. For instance, you might benefit from taking a business etiquette class. Or, you may wish to enroll in an advanced computer course. If you will be speaking in front of large groups of people regularly, taking a public speaking course will likely help. This may especially be the case if you get extremely nervous when standing in front of a crowd of people. On this blog, I hope you will discover how enrolling in continuing education classes can help you advance your career. Enjoy!

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Reasons To Get A Coaching Position At A Sports Training Academy

27 February 2018
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

If you're a sports coach who is looking for a new career opportunity, you might wish to consider an alternative to coaching at a high school or with a club team. Sports training academies in your state are constantly seeking qualified coaches to join their ranks, and such an organization could be the right fit for you. Such academies vary significant in style, but if you can get on the coaching staff of a high-profile academy, you'll be able to spend your entire workweek in a sports-centric environment that fulfills you. Read More …

Why Preschool Can Help A Child Recover From PTSD After Losing A Parent

4 October 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Losing a parent is always a traumatic experience for anybody, but it is even worse for very young children. They need the structure and loving support of a parent to prepare them for life. For children who are suffering from PTSD after losing a parent, preschool can be a great way to heal. Children Suffer From PTSD After Losing A Parent When a parent dies and leaves a child without their support, they can suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD. Read More …

Online Parent-Teacher Conference Scheduling: Getting The Word Out

20 July 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Online parent-teacher conference scheduling can make your life easier. But, you knew this already. It lets your students' parents sign up for those all-important conferences, without having to call you or come into the school. Even though web scheduling for parent teacher conferences offers benefits galore (such as ease of scheduling and the ability to connect with parents), the moms and dads of your classroom kids may not know about it. Read More …

How Summer Theatre Camps Benefit Kids

22 June 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Articles

As a parent, is your goal this summer to try to make sure your kids spend their time wisely by doing things that are good for their brains and bodies? If so, have you considered enrolling them in a summer theatre camp? Many cities and towns offer summer theatre camps for kids of all ages, and theatre camp is just one example of a summer program that is good for kids. Read More …

First Year Teaching Preschool? Three Ways To Reach Every Student In Your Class By Learning ASL

29 May 2017
 Categories: Education & Development, Blog

Diversity in the preschool classroom contributes to an environment where every student has the opportunity to share and learn. However, first year teachers often discover that trying to reach every student can be a challenge. In any given classroom, you may encounter children who are learning English as a second language or who have speech delays and hearing loss. Fortunately, ASL is a wonderful common denominator that kids quickly pick up, and you can use these tips to strengthen your ability to use ASL in the classroom. Read More …