[nobe-l] introduction and seeking an advise
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bookwormahb at earthlink.net
Tue Mar 1 20:21:25 UTC 2011
Oh Yes, I forgot about that. James is right!
Private tutoring is big and you can make a lot of money; you'd have to
learn to set up a cooporation though.
You can teach at the college or university level with a masters.
Another idea is if your english is good you could tutor english to Rusian
From: James Fetter
Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2011 3:10 PM
To: National Organization of Blind Educators Mailing List
Subject: Re: [nobe-l] introduction and seeking an advise
I'm afraid that Russian is not widely studied in public schools, perhaps
at some private ones. It may be possible to teach at the university
level with just a masters, since many universities hire language
teachers who only have a masters, albeit often on a part-time basis, at
low pay, and with minimal benefits. It may be worth looking at the jobs
section in the Chronicle of Higher Education for instance. The site is
www.chronicle.com. The academic job market is pretty bad as well, but as
a native speaker, you may have an edge. Also, there's private tutoring,
though I have no idea about how that industry works. I hope this helps.
On 3/1/2011 2:02 PM, Tatyana wrote:
> I'm not sure that Russian is studdied in schools. My be some adults
> want to learn Russian, I think it's not so great population interested
> in Russian. And I don't know how to find out about it. I see adds
> about Spanish mostly.
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Hank & Dawn" <illibrium at yahoo.com>
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>> I am not teaching yet, but I wanted to suggest looking into teaching
>> Russian. Or maybe becoming a translated. Don't let fear stop you.
>> Dawn Scott
>> Sent from my iPad
>> On Feb 28, 2011, at 17:25, "Tatyana" <tagriru at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hello all,
>>> I'd like to introduce myself. My name is Tatyana,
>>> I'm blind, I live in Maryland near Washington DC.
>>> I recently got my Russian diploma transferred into US equivalent.
>>> I have a master degree in education and I'd like to find a job. I
>>> don't have any working experience in the states, and have no
>>> knowledge about studying or working in the US public schools as well.
>>> After graduation, in Russia, I didn't work as a teacher in a
>>> school. The only experience I had with teaching is practicing in a
>>> children school while studying in a college in Russia. It was 15
>>> years ago.
>>> My vocational counselor from blind services suggests to use my
>>> degree in education and conceder a job in a public children school.
>>> I have great doubts as a blind plus not native English
>>> speaker, and one who neither studied in US schools, nor had
>>> general knowledge about them, should I work toward getting teacher's
>>> job or something else.
>>> I have tons of questions and uncertainties. Please help me decide
>>> on that. What the pros and cons are in my situation. I think I'd
>>> prefer part time job in general since I'd like to have more time
>>> dedicated to my family.
>>> Please write to me
>>> tagriru at gmail.com
>>> Thank you very much to all.
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