Try not to be offended by the blatant gender stereotyping and dodgy acting in this video… it was from 1947! Isn’t it fascinating how things have changed?
- Is any of this relevant today? The equipment might not be, but what about the skills of the secretary?
- Why do we see more administrators these days, rather than secretaries?
The video isn’t great quality and the background music is a little annoying… but the content is really good! Enjoy 🙂
I’d be really interested to discuss this ‘flipped learning model’ with the students I teach as well as my peers…. Thoughts? There are ways that this could work in my subject area I think.
If you want to hear more, it is fully explained in this podcast.
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A personal statement is a paragraph at the top of your CV that summarises where you are at the moment, what you want to do and when. It also highlights your skills, successes and achievements so a potential employer can see why you are the person for the job. It is sometimes known as a profile or career summary. A personal statement is a marketing tool and can help to make you stand out from the crowd to a potential employer. It’s all about self-marketing!
If you haven’t already updated your Facebook profile to the new timeline, then soon, Facebook will be forcing you to do it. The forced change will happen over the next few weeks. It’s a big change and one that you need to understand fully to ensure that your online identiy does not cause you problems in the future, for example, when trying to get a job. This article on the BBC News Beat website clearly explains the changes and what you need do regarding your privacy settings.
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We’ve been thinking about customer service in class a fair bit recently. What do you think of this?!