Oh every teacher nowadays should differentiate instruction.
Do research about it on the internet. The principals will want
you to be able to teach to diverse levels and learning styles,
all within the same class.
On 6/11/13, panther wrote:
> Cover letters have always been very difficult for me. I
> paid to have one done for me and it did generate interviews
> for me. However, it is rather generic and I have always
> heard that you should tailor it to the school. I've been
> teaching since 1998 and have had very few gaps in my
> teaching career, none for more than a school year during
> which I subbed at the same school almost every day. Due to
> my spouse's military career I have been employed at several
> different schools. I've never had much trouble getting a
> job but it has always been a bit of a mystery what exactly
> caused the hiring committees/administrators to decide to
> hire me.
> I've been trying to move from my special education position
> back to a general education position in a different
> district but I can't seem to find the magic combination
> this time.
> I've been reading school websites and SARCs here in
> California but I have not been able figure out how to
> tailor the information to each school. It seems that almost
> every school wants someone experienced in teaching ELLs,
> differentiation, and technology.
> Any advice?
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