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Started this discussion. Last reply by Colin Gallagher Jan 29, 2013. 2 Replies 0 Likes
I am an art teacher who also specializes in educational technology.Currently I work part time as an art teacher. My principal found some funds to hire me as a technology integration specialist for…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Bremer Apr 25, 2011. 1 Reply 0 Likes
I have an adult student looking for blogs about teaching creative writing to high school students. Most creative writing blogs he has found happen to be more about the publishing industry. Any good…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Tom Bremer Mar 10, 2011. 2 Replies 0 Likes
I teach a class for Aurora University. One of the assignments is to find a current blog to follow throughout the class and offer a review/presentation. This current class I have five teachers who…Continue
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We are having a discussion in a cohort group about how to use digital cameras in the classroom and what effective uses of them would be.I have an ESL teacher who would like to use photography to help…Continue
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Hi Tom re: ELL http://stgeorgesfrench.blogspot.com/ Any good?
and for the Creative Writing - Confident Writing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you still have a job now, get the word out that you will be available to tutor starting in May (or sooner, after school). You shouldn't tutor anyone who is in your class, but they all have friends. Let the counselors at the schools nearby know that you are available too. Some afterschool and Saturday programs would love having a real teacher involved too. Depending on how much you can get to tutor, you might even make more than you did as a teacher.
Maybe you could work with high school students in preparing their portolios to apply to fine arts programs in college.
Good luck and be creative in what you do. I hope that the situation improves and you get hired back.