Today is Teacher's Day. A very special celebration in the field of education since the teachers train the students in the classroom. Professionals who study teaching value different job opportunities. One of them, the preparation of oppositions. On Formation and studies We give you five tips to prepare teaching exams.
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1. Long-term project: teaching competitions
Effort is one of the essential ingredients in this preparation process. This is a long term project. Therefore, the responsibility in compliance with the action plan planned to prepare the opposition is an important issue. But, in addition, it is recommended that this long-term project is also in relation to other more short-term objectives.
2. Make an action plan based on your circumstances
The circumstances of a professional who is presented to an opposition may be very different from those of another. You yourself can observe how your circumstances change from one opposition to another. And the reality of each moment influences the study plan. The most important thing is that you try to concentrate on developing your planning from the reality of the present framework, without establishing recurring comparisons between this stage and a previous one.
For example, you may not have as many hours as you would like to study the syllabus. In that case, instead of looking at the lack of time you have available, focus on doing the best possible management of the hours you have available on your agenda.
3. Talk to other opponents of teaching
If you have the opportunity to talk with other colleagues who have previously lived this experience, this conversation can give you an interesting point of view because that story has the value of the personal experience. Some colleagues will share with you tips and suggestions that you can learn from their experience. Take this opportunity to answer any questions.
If you prepare for this competition with the help of an academy, in the context of the academy you will have the opportunity to meet professionals who can guide you in this regard.
4. Strengthen your good luck
Obtaining a place in a teaching competition is a complex objective since many professionals apply for a small number of places. When someone looks at their chances from a statistical point of view, they can become unmotivated.
Go beyond the vision of this statistical calculation to focus on your options for good luck trying to pay more attention to those issues that depend on you. And what depends on you? For example, comply with the study program that you had planned. Throughout the weeks of study, it may happen that your vision of this endeavor changes. This can occur due to the effect of accumulated fatigue or doubts generated by uncertainty. Therefore, try to remember with some frequency what was your initial motivation to undertake this project.
5. Learning through experience
This is an example of a project in which the experience It's very important. Those who have taken several competitions have a different image of this experience from this own reference than in the concrete example of the first occasion. Therefore, during this opposition process, try to strengthen those habits that help you prepare for that moment. And, on the contrary, try to find alternatives to those routines that you want to change.
En Formation and studies We share 5 tips to prepare teaching exams on this Teacher's Day. What suggestions would you like to mention as practical ideas to prepare for teaching exams?