The school year is officially in full swing, and teachers are back to work doing the things they love. Not to mention, in October we celebrate World Teachers’ Day, where we acknowledge and appreciate all of the achievements of teachers around the world.
Throughout the school year, teachers and students spend a lot of time together interacting, connecting and collaborating in the classroom. These interactions are, of course, part of what makes a classroom such a unique and gratifying place to be. Unfortunately, they also make a classroom a prime location for the flu virus to spread.
For teachers, back to school is an exciting time as you gear up for the year with new and eager students. Back to school is also an important opportunity to make a great first impression with your students and set the tone for the entire year. Start the school year off on the right foot with these tips for teachers preparing to go back to school.
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Summertime is a special time for teachers. No classroom responsibilities, waking up early, or grading assignments. It can also be a challenging time. Some teachers report losing their drive, boredom and even a little summer depression. Whether summer is your favorite season of the year or you dread the end of the school year, here are some great ways to make the most of your summer.
Violence prevention in schools is an issue that is ever more with us. It is a challenge for education professionals at all levels. The statistics are troubling, yet they point the way toward violence prevention. National Youth Violence Prevention Week – which we just celebrated – is a good time to review what we have learned and how that knowledge can turn into a plan of action.
As a teacher, you have a natural instinct to want to help a student in need. We care about the success of our students not only professionally, but as happy and healthy individuals, too. So, when teachers suspect that one of their students might be suffering from an eating disorder, they want to be as supportive and helpful to that student as possible.
Dallas, TX, November 20, 2018 – Janet Elkin, President and CEO of GHR Healthcare, the parent company of GHR Education, has been named to the 2018 Global Power 150 and the 2018 Americas 100 lists by Staffing Industry Analysts, recognizing the top female leaders in the staffing industry. This is the fourth year the list has been compiled and her fourth time for being included.
One of the most challenging, and typically overlooked, teaching positions is that of a substitute teacher. These valuable education professionals face situations that differ from a full-time teacher because of the unique circumstances they face each day.
Dallas, TX, October 30, 2018 – Janet Elkin, President and CEO of GHR Healthcare, the parent company to GHR Education, will be a featured speaker at the 16th Annual Healthcare Staffing Summit being held in Denver, Colorado this November. The theme of this year’s conference is ‘Excellence in a Time of Change,’ with Elkin’s session entitled ‘M&A: Non-Financial Matters After the Deal,’which will examine the opportunities, advantages, and challenges facing organizations, and the leaders, after the M&A dust has settled.