I am a hardworking and determined person; I strive to do my best in everything I do. I am willing to learn as well as to grow in the work place environment. I am very competent and willing to go an extra mile to achieve. I believe being passionate about everything you do, will get you far. I can adjust easily to change and love new challenges. I have the willingness to learn – developing and expanding my knowledge in new environments. I am multicultural and diverse – understanding my own culture and adapting easy to others. I am a positive person and constantly motivate myself by looking at the good as well as things I have achieved. Been to different schools for the past 4 years doing my educational practices as well as doing other jobs such as retail work and promotions. Through all these experiences I have learnt a lot and know how to work with different individuals and still do my best.
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I didn’t grow up with computers like today’s students did, but I’m very much on board with becoming more tech savvy and, yes, even accepting help from my students when I have technical difficulties. About a year ago I bought myself an iPad after saving for it for months. It was going to help me organize my life, both at home and at school, and guess what?
It did. I love my iPad and I can’t see myself living without it. The first tool I use is DropBox and you don’t have to have an iPad to use it. DropBox is a way to store your documents “in the cloud” so that you have access to them wherever you are. I cannot tell you how liberating it was for me to kick my jump drive to the curb. I also don’t have the problem of having some files on my computer at home and some on my computer at school. Imagine! One app I use is Teacher Assistant. Business Studies Online. Business Studies: 14-18 years. Technology Timesavers for Teachers - myTeachersLounge. Business Studies: 14-18 years. Inov8 Educational Consulting - Innovation in special education for 21st Century Learning. Empowering The BYOD REVOLUTION.
Craft, DIY, Art, and Beauty: Detailed Self-Portrait DIY. Every couple of years, in some medium, I do a self-portrait.
It's interesting to go back through them and reflect. Here's how I did mine this year. It's an Indian ink silouette filled with everything that makes me...well...me. Here's how you can do it too. I simply took a profile photo of myself, taped it to the window during a sunny day, and held a piece of drawing paper over the printed photo and traced my image.
Then, I just filled it in with little pieces of me. UPDATE: After an overwhelmingly good response from the internets (I call two comments on one post an overwhelmingly good response) I've decide to post these portraits to my etsy store for custom order. 15 LinkedIn Mistakes You Can Easily Avoid. Are you a B2B professional who wants to make a standout impression with your expertise and build your personal brand?
Want to meet and engage with other quality professionals in your industry? Want to stay up to date on interesting information shared by peers in your field? Then LinkedIn is the professional party you should attend when it comes to your social media mix. LinkedIn should be a central hub that you use for presenting yourself that tells your professional story. Telling your story and demonstrating your skills and expertise by presenting them on Linkedin, is a way to get people interested in you in a way that’s also relevant to business. According to an article on the Buffer App blog, one insight should seriously capture your attention when it comes to LinkedIn.
LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network and now a potent publishing hub, too. The Thing Employers Look For When Hiring Recent Graduates. When I was 17, if you asked me how I planned on getting a job in the future, I think I would have said: Get into the right college.
When I was 18, if you asked me the same question, I would have said: Get into the right classes. When I was 19: Get good grades. But when employers recently named the most important elements in hiring a recent graduate, college reputation, GPA, and courses finished at the bottom of the list. At the top, according to the Chronicle of Higher Education, were experiences outside of academics: Internships, jobs, volunteering, and extracurriculars. What Employers Want "When employers do hire from college, the evidence suggests that academic skills are not their primary concern," says Peter Cappelli, a Wharton professor and the author of a new paper on job skills. But the U.S. economy isn't a monolith: Do some industries care more about internships than others?
What Employers Want: By Industry Consider the larger picture.