https://study.com/articles/How_to_Become_a_Teacher_with_a_Bachelors_Degree.html Most teachers need to earn a bachelor’s degree and obtain state certification to teach. Here we discuss how to be a teacher, including how to get a teaching certificate if you already have a bachelor’s degree in a subject besides education.
http://www.johnseelybrown.com/WorkingLearningLeading.pdf Content from this talk emerged from many conversations with Ann Pendleton-Jullian for our upcoming book Design Unbound. This paper has been adapted from a plenary presentation given by JSB at the 2016 AACSB International Deans Conference in Miami, Florida. It was written by Capri Mali LaRocca in July of 2016 based on a transcript…
https://study.com/academy/course/teaching-resources.html This course assembles a variety of teaching resources in one place, including strategies for classroom management, information on curriculum and rubrics, and resources for professional development and teacher certification. These teaching resources are accessible on your computer, tablet, or mobile phone 24 hours a day for convenient planning and preparation.
https://educate.bankstreet.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1011&context=faculty-staff Fallon, B. (2017). Investing in Residencies, Improving Schools: How Principals Can Fund Better Teaching and Learning. Bank Street College of Education. Retrieved from http://educate.bankstreet.edu/faculty-staff/10
https://ukedchat.com/ The story began with a single online poll which asked educators of their preferred weekly time to participate in these Twitter based discussions, with Thursday’s at 8pm proving the most popular time, using the #ukedchat hash tag. Since then, the Social Enterprise initiative has grown, incorporating a school leadership and teaching vacancy promotion service;…
http://www.3x3links.com/index.html# 3x3Links is a minimalist, shareable internet start page. Especially teachers use it a lot.
http://theprofessorisin.com/ Blog by Karen Kelsky: I post once a week, usually on Friday, on topics related to the academic job market, academic life and politics, general professionalization skills related to writing, publishing, conferencing, networking, and scholarly comportment, and the tenure process.