Quit midyear?

Discussion in 'Secondary Education' started by arod28, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. Writer02

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    Jan 7, 2009

    You mention wanting to be a counselor? You will need to have some teaching experience and take about 6 more classes to become a school counselor. You could work on these courses over the rest of this year and next to reach that goal. However, if you really are sure you want out, I would definitely finish off the year. You will NOT get a good reference otherwise. It leaves everyone hanging. Instead of quitting, get some seriously organized classroom management plan together and follow it. Check out the power teaching thread, too.
     
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    Before you decide you are finished with teaching, please go to this website and read, view videos, etc. of the power teaching techniques. It can make the classroom more fun for you AND the kids.
    http://classroompower.com/
     

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