Table of contents for Inside secrets of finding a teaching job : the most effective search methods for both new and experienced educators / Jack Warner and Clyde Bryan with Diane Warner.

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Contents
Introduction
Part 1: Finding and Applying for Teaching Jobs
Chapter 1: Increasing Your Marketability
Chapter 2: Discovering Job Vacancies
Chapter 3: Making the Paper Cut: Resumes, Cover Letters,
Applications, and Letters of Reference
Chapter 4: The Inside Track: Student Teaching, Volunteering,
Subbing, and Temping
Chapter 5: The Nontraditional Path: Help for Non-Education
Majors and Those Returning to the Field
Part 2: Interviewing for Teaching Jobs
Chapter 6: Preparing for the Interview
Chapter 7: Sharpening Your Personal Appeal
Chapter 8: Your Conduct During the Interview
Chapter 9: Following Up After the Interview
Bibliography
Appendix: Educational Resources: Associations, State-
Specific Contacts, and Overseas Opportunities

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Teachers -- Employment -- United States.
Teaching -- Vocational guidance -- United States.
Employment interviewing -- United States.
Job hunting -- United States.