Are you a recent Faculty of Education graduate or are you graduating in the coming months? Either way, you’re ready for the next step – employment.
The truth is…the landscape is saturated. Graduates seeking employment exceed the number of positions available. Compounding the problem is the addition of a new cohort of graduates vying for the same teaching positions.
The reality is that it may take a few years to secure a permanent position only after countless hours of volunteering and competing to get onto a supply list.
In today’s market, you need to stand out!
Your Digital Footprint
A digital presence in this profession is increasingly the norm. Every resource and tool you share online, defines your brand as a qualified educator.
A well-established digital footprint relevant to education demonstrates your knowledge, your dedication and your ability to curate credible information. Your digital footprint is your portfolio – it highlights your resourcefulness, your ability to collaborate and your willingness to share knowledge with an established educational network.
Your digital footprint matters. It has become an essential part of today’s teaching profession.
Your digital footprint distinguishes you from other candidates seeking the same permanent positions.
Cube for Teachers
Cube for Teachers is getting graduates noticed. Through the curation of credible links, understanding of pedagogy and the sharing of thoughtful blog content, graduates are defining themselves as a valuable addition to teams.
Cube for Teachers is inviting passionate teacher candidates and graduates to share their knowledge on various resources through Cube for Teachers’ blogs. In doing so, you’ll be reaching and helping thousands of teachers, administrators and system leaders – providing them valuable resources while getting your name out there.
While you are helping Ontario’s educators learn about valuable web resources, Cube for Teachers is helping you build your digital footprint so you can demonstrate your knowledge to peers, administrators and system leaders.
Blog Content Ideas
Write a critical review of a specific curriculum resource;
Describe the benefits of a teaching tool and how it can be integrated into a lesson;
Write a review of a cluster of resources with a similar theme (i.e. inquiry-based resources);
Offer a reflection regarding a particular topic, blog, etc.