13 octobre 2019

Norway: teacher specialist: a new career path for teachers

HomeAs part of the government’s initiative to keep good teachers in the classrooms, the education ministry has been conducting a pilot project since 2015/16 on a new professional career path for teachers, the so called teacher specialists. It is based on the Promotion of the status and quality of teachers strategy and aims to offer teachers new challenges and professional development. More...

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02 octobre 2019

Carrière : avez-vous le profil développement durable ?

Fort de la croissance des acteurs et des effectifs liés de près ou de loin au développement durable, tous les niveaux de qualification assurent des débouchés. À vocation scientifique, technique ou commerciale, du BTS au grade de mastère spécialisé, zoom sur les formations qui correspondent à votre profil. Plus...

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27 septembre 2019

Démarrer sa carrière à l’international

Trouver son premier poste à l’étranger, c’est possible. Un stage à l’international ou un volontariat international en entreprise sont de bons moyens d’y parvenir, à condition d’avoir mûri son projet. Plus...

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A Quick 30 Writing Tips for the Start of an Academic Career

By Stephen Downes - Stephen's Web. A Quick 30 Writing Tips for the Start of an Academic Career
An odd combination of something that is at once common sense and distasteful. Like this: "you might also be a bumblebee at conferences and walk from room to room (stand in the back) and see what other researchers are talking about. Normally, most speakers at conferences are boring. But if you listen to someone for 5-8 minutes, you can get some useful things from them in terms of what is current and what might be publishable down the road." Yeah, good advice, but I can't see myself doing it, because it doesn't seem like a nice way to treat the speaker. Or "If you enter a hot field just slightly before most, you will find yourself in a great situation for publishing." Well, yeah, but what does that about following your interests and your passion? Or this: "Finding an area to explore or direction for your research and build a career around is vital." All this advice is good, I guess, in that it will help you be a good researcher. More...

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21 septembre 2019

Fewer casual positions and less out-of-hours work could help retain early career teachers

The ConversationAustralia, like many other countries, is grappling with the problem of how to keep good teachers in schools, especially those who are early in their careers.
Accurate data on the attrition are not available, but it’s estimated up to 50% of teachers leave the profession within five years of graduating. More...

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20 septembre 2019

Asking the Editors: Part 2

HomeJunior Prof continues her conversation with two leading university press editors who offer specific advice on networking and meeting with editors. More...

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A Student-Centered Teaching Statement

HomeTaking a student-focused approach can help search committees distinguish your statement from those of other candidates, writes Zachary Nowak. More...

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You May Not Be the Inside Candidate

HomeBut you can still be the top choice for the job, argues Kay Kimball Gruder, who offers advice for how to increase your odds. More...

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14 septembre 2019

'The Dangers of Fluent Lectures'

HomeBy Colleen Flaherty. A study says smooth-talking professors can lull students into thinking they've learned more than they actually have -- potentially at the expense of active learning. More...

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Fake Citations Kill a Career

HomeBy Colleen Flaherty. Columbia says a historian's acclaimed book on North Korea was plagiarized, and its publisher says it's been taken out of print. More...

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