I'm looking at a Nexus 5. What are the pros and cons?
This is a question that I consider from time to time. I've been teaching since 1996 and since then I have 'almost' left the profession on three occasions. I've may have been tempted out of the profession but always found myself jumping back into it. I'm hardwired into teaching.
So to those of you that were once educators, what are you doing now? Does your new profession connect you to education or have does it completely remove you from it?
What next after teaching?
All help will be gratefully received :-)
i.e. good schools/companies to work for, places to work in, expected pay
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I am also a Google Certified Teacher , Google Apps Education Certified Trainer and an Apple Distinguished Educator.
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