Posts Tagged ‘planning’

The Best and Worst Times to Job Hunt by Season

Even though it is possible to find a job throughout the year, some seasons boast a peak for hiring. These are the best times to job hunt compared to others. But, waiting for such a moment sometimes may be hard for a person seeking to cater to immediate needs. On the other hand, if you want to fulfill your long term career goals or want to better your current salary, it is okay to wait for the peak hiring season. Generally, there are the best times for job hunting, in the same way there are the worst times.

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Classroom Conflict: 7 Effective Strategies for Dealing with Challenging Behaviour

Managing classroom conflict is something that teachers have to practice on a daily basis and even the best teachers struggle to keep a bustling classroom under control at times. Kids are often especially volatile after a long summer – and this year they’ll be facing tumultuous changes to the classroom that will further disrupt order.

Challenging behaviour training and other resources are invaluable elements of any teacher’s ongoing training, but for now here are some strategies to help you manage challenging behaviour in the classroom.

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5 Best Online Programs To Improve Your Skills and Future Career

Have you ever looked at all those fancy CV’s of your colleagues and wondered ‘how do they do it’? How is it possible to get valuable experience, participate in courses, improve and evaluate skills, and …. at the same time, have time for life?

The answer is obvious – now, it is possible to do it all online!  Lengthy weekend courses are now passé – they can be done anywhere at any time you wish. 

Once you get access to an online platform, you can study as much as you want and gain new skills at your own pace. It seems to be a perfect solution in the busy world of business, but also for academic scholars. If you’re planning, for example, to get a Ph.D., you might want to find the shortest doctoral program online.  

Self-learning is so convenient that it’s gaining more and more popularity, and online platforms are becoming more and more professional. Below, you’ll find five of the best online programs that will help you gain new skills and boost your career. 

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Best Tips for Aging Parent Care

Aging is a natural part of life. There is nothing we, as humans, can do to avoid getting older. There are certain products and services that claim they can delay this inevitable process; however, most of them are not reliable and do not truly keep you from aging. 

Just because it’s unavoidable, it does not mean that it has to be dreaded. In fact, many elderly people claim that these latter years of their lives are some of the best times of their lives since they finally get to experience everything that they did not have time for when they were younger and preoccupied with work and raising children. 

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Estate Planning for Parents of Children with Autism

As people grow older, especially parents, they begin to think about the future, and how their children will be provided for after they’re gone. For parents of children without developmental disabilities, this is easier, as those children can typically provide for themselves.

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Wellbeing Resources for Children coping with Coronavirus

International School Counsellors association
have some great wellbeing resources 


  – *Something Bad Happened: A Kid’s Guide to Coping with events in the
  Dawn Huebner -Ages 6-12. How to process different world events.
  – *What To Do When You’re Scared & Worried: A Guide for Kids
  James J Crist -Ages 9-13. A help guide to processing fears and worries.

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