Twitter is a great way for us to send out quick updates about what is new on the site. Look for information like new job postings, new articles we have added, and other site news and updates at EducationBug.org. EducationBug has a ton of great info for parents, students, teachers, administration, librarians, and counselors. Whether you are involved in a public school, private school, or homeschool situation. Add EducationBug today and share this great site with your friends.
Jobs within the educational field can range in difference from transportation to college Dean, or from Principal to cafeteria help. But regardless of your career goals if you are interested in employment within the school systems educationbug.org has some information you must read. Whether you are a parent, student, teacher, principal, or just interested in education and want to work with people who have your same interests you should pursue an educational job. The benefits and rewards go well beyond the paycheck. Setting an example or making a difference in a child’s life is one of the most rewarding things you will do in your lifetime.
We recently posted some articles on the details of specific education career opportunities and what those jobs entail as well as the typical requirements you need to meet for those jobs. There are articles on Become a School Counselor, Elementary School Principal, and/or School Administrator.
We also have a section within educationbug.org where employers can sign up and list educational jobs in 18 different categories. Jobs are posted on a regular basis and offered nationwide. Click here for more information on listing a job or to see what is currently available in the job listing area.
Do you know the difference between immigration versus emigration? It is easy to get away with not knowing the difference in a conversation by just not enunciating the word very clearly, then the people you are speaking with may or may not know which one you said. However, what happens when you have to write these words down for something?
We recently posted another grammar lesson that will help define both immigration and emigration, when it is appropriate to use which one, and a quick easy tip to help you remember the difference between immigration vs. emigration.
There are many other grammar lessons to learn from at educationbug.org as well such as; to vs. too, who’s vs. whose, a vs. an, lose vs. loose, and much more.
We will soon be starting a series of math lessons so continue to check back often.