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What Else Can a Teacher Do?

Review Your Career, Reduce Stress and Gain Control of Your Life

By: David Hodgson

Price: CAD $22.95

Publisher: CROWN HOUSE PUBLISHING

Imprint: Crown House Publishing

224 Pages

7.76 X 5.12 X 0.59 ins

ISBN:  9781785830150 -- Paperback

Publication Date: 01/29/2018

David Hodgson surveys and suggests a diverse range of alternative career options suited to teachers' transferable skill sets.

In What Else Can a Teacher Do? Review Your Career, Reduce Stress and Gain Control of Your Life, David Hodgson surveys and suggests a diverse range of alternative career options suited to teachers? transferable skill sets.

Some teachers reach a point where they question their role in the classroom; they want to consider something different, but don't know where to start. In this practical handbook, David combines expert careers guidance with a carefully compiled list of over one hundred job profiles in order to help teachers find clarity on their career path, and presents numerous case studies of teachers and education professionals who have already successfully done so. So whether you're tentatively weighing up career alternatives, actively planning your route out of the school environment, or simply assessing where you are in teaching - possibly eyeing a change of class, key stage, sector, working hours, or even country What Else Can a Teacher Do helps guide you through your options.

David feels passionately that everyone should be supported to find a rewarding career that suits their unique mix of skills, qualities and experience, and in this book he has distilled his specialist careers advice and extensive research in order to address the most frequently asked questions that weigh upon teachers' minds. What Else Can a Teacher Do? presents a measured approach to career evaluation to help you gain a better perspective on your work satisfaction at present before moving on to explore how your contextual experience and in-demand skill set can be transferred to a multitude of other professional roles and environments.

Split into three interactive and user-friendly parts, What Else Can a Teacher Do? features a variety of self-reflective checklists, charts and activities to engage with; an exploratory range of at least thirty education-based career moves to consider; and a comprehensive list of around 120 job profiles providing details on the key roles, entry routes, salaries and tasks involved in each profession to both inform and inspire. Plus, in order to help you accurately compare your current position with these realistic career alternatives, all of the jobs listed have some overlap with the skills and interests teachers develop in the classroom and each job profile is complemented with a select listing of reliable websites for more detailed information and sources of vacancies.


David Hodgson is a Master Practitioner and Trainer of NLP, has the British Psychological Society Level A and B, a Diploma in Careers Guidance and a Diploma in Management. He is a Training Consultant who has worked with companies such as Orange and Walkers Crisps, and organisations including the NHS, the Institute of Careers Guidance and Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services.



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