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    I teach 11 first graders in a small Catholic school in northern Indiana. Our school goal is focusing on writing. I thought it would be great to have pen pals of another first grade class. Please let me know if you are interested!
    We currently have a wide range of teaching positions in a variety of subjects! All positions are available for immediate start. We have positions for non-natives and teachers who do not hold a bachelor's degree.



    Teaching hours are between 15 and 30 hours a week. We are currently recruiting for Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Tianji...See More
    Hello! I am conducting a research study on teachers' beliefs about their ability to teach students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder in inclusive early childhood classrooms. If you are a teacher in pre-school through third grade or you are preparing to become an early childhood teacher, please follow the

    link below to complete four b...See More
    Many years ago I bought some monthly newsletter templates and powerpoints from an online site...seems like it had the name schoolhouse or classroom in it. Does anyone have any idea of the company I am talking about. I have not been able to google it...so name must be wrong.
    It's a yearlong commitment: begins in either late September or Early October and ends in the spring. Teachers rotate travel buddies every 4-6 weeks (depends upon the number of participants). Some participants have been in the exchange for up to 8 years so we are a reliable group!
    I hope I'm not too late...is there a postcard exchange group that can still use someone from Idaho. I would love to be involved this year. Thanks so much!
    I'm a first-year university student in Ontario, and I am confused about which program to do. The regular bachelor's degree is a three-year program (for English), and the Honours Bachelor is four years. What are the benefits of doing Honours (four years), and is anyone a first-grade teacher with a regular bachelor?
    I used to use a phonics song, but can't find it anywhere! It was on YouTube and it was a man singing it, kind of upbeat. Each letter had 2 words to go with it. The song started A a apple, a a ant, B ba ball, b ba bat, C ca, carrot, c can car, D da duck, d da door, etc. I know the lyrics, but want the video to go with it. If anyone knows this song, ...See More

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