It’s no surprise that careers matching the Social personality type are growing quickly with our aging population needing health care and our expanding community, education, and family needs. Instructional content and strategies observed in the classrooms of successful teachers are not textbook-or schedule-driven. They are provided in response to each unique situation and are based on teachers’ understanding of the ways their different students take in and process information.
This post is a companion to my last piece about preparing for an academic interview and is a re-posting of my latest piece to appear on the Guardian Higher Education Network ‘s website. I’ve trawled the archives to pick out common yet tricky questions, and I offer some ideas for how to handle them.
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I was born and raised in Albuquerque, grew up in the South Valley, and attended UNM with an unwavering focus on attaining my management degree and exploring the world with whatever career path I would create for myself. Along that path, I’ve lived in Houston, London, and now the San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California. I’ve worked across numerous industry verticals including: U.S. government (Air Force & NASA), oil/gas (Shell), tech – hardware/services (Hewlett-Packard), retail (Gap), tech – software (Adobe). Along this journey, I’ve learned a great deal from navigating these large and complex corporate environments and traveling around the globe.
They offer a few other things that you can buy that might help you with your studies. These are the text companion ($250) and the audio CD library ($50). They charge S&H too. I personally did not purchase the extras and I don’t feel that they are necessary to succeed in the course.