Anyways, I have only 2 weeks left of student teaching and I could cry thinking about it. I wish I could stay for the rest of the year. But, as they all say, "when one door closes, another one opens" and I guess that is making me feel better.
(Investigating conductors and insulators)
I have stated finalizing my portfolio, cover letter and resumes and I'm getting nervous. I've been doing a little searching for potential jobs, but once I start to look, I feel so overwhelmed. The other night
(Doing a fun Valentine's Day 'I have...Who has..." activity)
I also printed out DePaul's cross certification agreement with other states. There is no hiding the fact that I wouldn't mind moving to another state for a few years... and if that's where more jobs are, then take me there now!
There is double the work when I'm looking for jobs out of state, but I don't mind.
Does anyone have any advice for me as I try to maneuver through this process? Or if you've moved out of state for another job, how was it? Did/do you regret it? Any tips?
I know this process won't be easy, but I've learned to only take big steps, one day at a time.
Today I'm working on my final reflection paper and watching Modern Family, at the same time. :) I'm also searching for a new dinner recipe on Pinterest to try, while I wait to watch the Oscars tonight.