Have Second Thoughts About Teaching Career? Read This Teacherís Memoir
Retired educatorís touching memoir will inspire people who are unsure about becoming a teacher.
Anyone who wants to become a teacher should read this deeply inspiring memoir.
How many people would take up a teaching job today? How many high school students would pursue teacher education in college? Only a few probably would do due to the popularity of computer information technology as a career. Those who consider becoming a teacher might switch for a more lucrative degree or career.
But it is not dead a dream to become a teacher. It is a career choice that one should not make on a whim. It is a journey. Learn it from Joe Gilliland, author of ďA Teacherís Tale: A Memoir.Ē
An alumnus of University of Texas in Austin and Arizona State University, Gilliland never planned to become a teacher, but his time in university led him to love teaching Ė and consider it as a career. A three year teaching stint in Japan gave him the idea to specialize in English as his academic field.
Teaching aspirants, if in doubt about their career or degree choice, should read ďA Teacherís Tale: A MemoirĒ for inspiration and strength. The life of Gilliland should remind them that teaching is a career choice with years in the making.
ďA Teacherís Tale: A MemoirĒ
Written by Joe Gilliland
Published by iUniverse
Published date: March 5, 2015
Paperback price: $28.03
About the Author
Joe Gilliland earned his Bachelorís Degree in Psychology and a Masterís Degree in English from the University of Texas, Austin, and then later earned a doctorate in English from Arizona State University. Gilliland has been an educator for more than 50 years, the majority of that time spent at the community college and university level where he believes the ďreal teaching happens.Ē Gilliland is now retired and currently resides in Bisbee, Arizona, with his wife, Bettie.
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