Using Peer Mediation as an Alternative to Traditional Disciplinary Practice

September 25, 2014 issue of the Busy Educator Newsletter

Hello Busy Educator,

We’re really close to putting the final touches on our long awaited How To Get A Teaching Job online course. 

We’ve been working on this course all summer long and we’re just about to wrap it up. We will be releasing it at the beginning of October. 

This course will be entirely focused on How to Get A Teaching Job. It’s a step by step teacher course with weekly assignments for a full four months. We’re going to cover all the ways to get a teaching job and show you exactly how to do it, step by step.

Information on how to access 3 free online teacher job training videos can be found here:

http://thebusyeducator.com/how-to-get-a-teaching-job-video-signup.htm

Please pass this to any teacher looking for a teaching job.

Thank you for your support.

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Thank you for all your support.

All the best,

Marjan Glavac 

I’m An Early Bird

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