In “Your Zoom University Professor is Watching You,” I wrote about a personal experience I had when taking a course at Harvard. This caused me to reflect further and remember number of the times I lost confidence in my professor. While there are many stories I could share (and maybe …Read More »
Taking a Test Online? THEY Know What You Are Doing.
With online and auto-graded tests becoming more common these days, it shouldn’t be a surprise that there is a market for teachers and professors to ensure that their students are not cheating on tests and quizzes. However, should teachers and professors disclose that they are using these features? Ethically, for …Read More »
Hackers Are Attacking Zoom, Here is The Video to Prove It
A recent string of articles online have been calling out Zoom for its privacy concerns and for the number of break-ins to online classes, company meetings, and church gatherings. Youtubers are also joining in to show how its done: STARTS AT 10:22 [WARNING: Explicit language, alcohol use, drugs] Unfortunately, this …Read More »
Your Zoom University Professor is Watching You
Back when I attended a Management Consulting course at Harvard, my professor wanted to drop my grade from a solid A to a B+ all because I didn’t answer a cold call. He generalized my lack of presence at that moment as my participation throughout the course and wanted to …Read More »
New Teaching Positions in China!
Looking for a new teaching position in China? We’ve got you covered! Our human resource team in both American and China handle everything including filing for and obtaining a work (Z) visa. We personally support you at every step of the way and throughout the school year. Positions for the …Read More »
Advice for New Teachers Entering the Profession
Do 50% of teachers really leave the profession within 5 years? A more recent study shows that this number is actually a lot smaller at just 17%. So don’t be discouraged when you encounter difficulties in your first few years as a teacher. If you persist, you will find that …Read More »
What do Dogs, Kids, Employees Have in Common?
They all eat? Sleep? Go to the bathroom? Cost you money? Give you grey hairs? It’s more than that!Read More »
Bring Coding to the Classroom
Why Coding is Important: 90% of schools don’t teach coding, yet being able to code has been identified as one of the most in-demand skills across numerous industries. In addition, coding is increasingly becoming a prerequisite for many jobs. With the change in what employers are seeking in candidates, it …Read More »
10 Essential Components of an Elite Montessori Preschool
There are many benefits of an elite Montessori preschool for young children. These important early years (ages 2 to 6) prepare a student for the learning experience that is to come, whether they continue with the Montessori Method or move to a public classroom or other private school environment in …Read More »
6 Red Flags to Look Out for When Searching for a New Teaching Position
#5: The job offer comes too easy...Read More »