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  • 1. Technology and Teaching By: Abbi Gregory Click the arrow to see how technology can improve your teaching!
  • 2. Helpful Articles!
    • These three things can help you land a job and get ahead of those who will be interviewing for the job you are going for when you graduate college and start looking for your first real job. Click the arrow next to the point you’d like to learn more about
    • Writing a Resume
    • Correct Chicago Formatting
    • The Art of Teaching
    • Conclusion
    • Works Cited
  • 3. Writing A Resume
    • According to this helpful site, AtoZTeacherStuff.com there are some simple tips that can greatly improve your resume. These tips include..
    • Making it look professional
    • Focus on your past teaching experiences
    • Make a resume that stands out
    • Never make it longer than a page
    • Make sure to include any qualifications that would put you ahead of the other applicants
    Click on the home to go back to the home page or to see more about this site click the arrow.
  • 4. Writing a Resume
    • Do not forget your cover letter! Include the following in your cover letter..
    • Let the employer know what kind of job you are looking for
    • Any connections or special interests you have in that school or corporation
    • Point out why you are a teacher
    • Keep it short
    • Lastly, write the letter as if you intend on talking to them soon (in an interview) 
    What to see what I thought about the website? Click the arrow, if not click the home to go back to the home page.
  • 5. Writing a Resume
    • This article was very helpful. I have never written a resume before, so learning how to do it the right way might have saved me a lot of wasted time in the future making unsatisfying resumes to send out to potential employers. The way the site is written makes it easy to understand what to do and how to do it. I will definitively use this site when it comes time to write my resume after I graduate college.
    To return to the home menu click the house to the right.
  • 6. Chicago Style Formatting
    • There are multiple types of formatting including the Chicago Style. You need to be familiar with all formats no matter what job you are applying to. This website lets you get ahead of those who are not educated on different formats and gives you one more thing to put on your resume. This website shows you how to site anything you could possibly think of in Chicago Style including the following..
    • Books with one or multiple authors
    • Chapters from books
    • Magazines
    • Journals
    • Online articles
    • Electronically published book
    • Thesis
    • And so many more you won’t believe it until you check it out yourself!
    Click the house on the left to return to the home menu or click on the arrow to learn more about this article.
  • 7. Chicago Style
    • This site is all about Chicago Style, but the article’s focus that I chose was citations, because those are one thing that is very important in college and beyond. Without proper citation, you could be considered plagiarizing. There is everything you need to know about this kind of formatting on this site and is worth checking out.
    Click the house on the left to return to the home menu or click on the arrow to read what I thought about this article.
  • 8. Chicago Style Website
    • I found this website very useful. It was useful because not many classes in college use Chicago Style, therefore leaving college grads unknowledgeable. I think it is better to be informed even if you do not know if you will need to use it in the future. Not many know how to use Chicago Style formatting, therefore giving you an advantage over other applicants just as building a good resume will do.
    To return to the home menu click the house to the right.
  • 9. The Art of Teaching
    • This article give those who have not yet gained much experience in the classroom a chance to catch up to the pros when it comes to knowing what to do in the classroom. By learning as much information as possible before getting a job, you are putting yourself in a position to be likely chosen over someone else, who may not have taken the time to research important things on being a successful teacher.
    Click the house on the left to return to the home menu or click on the arrow to learn more about this article.
  • 10. The Art of Teaching
    • This article I chose has a link to several other articles that focus on becoming a better teacher before even entering a classroom. Some articles’ focuses include
    • Behavior management resources
    • Teaching methods
    • Advice from other teachers
    • Discipline advice
    • And dozens of other helpful articles that future, new, or even veteran teachers will find useful.
    Click the house on the left to return to the home menu or click on the arrow to read what I thought about this article.
  • 11. The Art of Teaching
    • This was my personal favorite article because it had so many different useful things on it. There were article links on this one specific article to every problem you could come across in the classroom. I am going to bookmark this website and keep it in the back of my mind for future reference when I have my own classroom.
    To return to the home menu click the house to the right.
  • 12. Conclusion
    • I hope these articles were as helpful to you as they were to me. Each article was useful in their own way, but can all be tied together by helping those getting education degrees to have a better chance at landing a job out of college. By building a good resume, learning things not many know, such as Chicago Style formatting, and learning about what goes on in a class room and how to deal with it before you get in there, you are putting yourself ahead of the others that will be applying for the same jobs as you will be.
    To get more information on these sites click the I button on the left. If you want to go back to the home page click the home button on the right.
  • 13. Information
    • Click one of the following links to check out the articles for yourself!
    • Writing Your Resume
    • Chicago Style Formatting
    • The Art of Teaching
  • 14. Works Citation
    • &quot;Developing a Teaching Resume & Cover Letter.&quot; A to Z Teacher Stuff . N.p., 1999. Web. 21 Jun 2011. <http://www.atozteacherstuff.com/pages/1876.shtml>.
    • &quot;Chicago-Style Citation Quick Guide.&quot; The Chicago Manual of Style Online . N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Jun 2011. <http://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/tools_citationguide.html>.
    • &quot;The Art of Teaching.&quot; Teacher Vision . N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Jun 2011. <http://www.teachervision.fen.com/back-to-school/teaching-methods/53365.html>.