MenTeach: We’re sorry about the tardiness of our newsletter for the last two months. It’s been a very successful and busy year. Read all about what is happening in the world of Men Teaching!

1) Commercial pilot lands new career in classroom.
2) Medic wants to become a teacher, how does he do it?
3) A first in history: Working Forum Men In Early Childhood Education.
4) More men enroll in university teacher course.
5) Need a little humor? Check out the editorial cartoon.
6) Are you a Teacher? Complete a survey – spread the word.
7) Mid-career males turn to teaching in greater numbers.
8) Great summer job for young men to teach.
9) Resources – Find out about resources and websites about men teaching.
10) Read about Books on Boys in the Forums.

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1) Commercial pilot lands new career in classroom
Read about Paul Lindsey changing his career from commercial pilot to teaching middle school age children and he loves it. Read more about his job change:
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2) Military Medic wants to become a teacher, how does he do it?
A man serving in the military as a Medic wants to become a teacher, can you help him make the transition. How did you become a teacher? What does he need to do? Post a reply in the forum and while you are there, check out some of the other comments and questions: At /node/691

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3) A first in history: Working Forum Men In Early Childhood Education.
For the first time in history there was a gathering of men and women from all over the world in Hawaii, USA in May 2008. Read some of the reports about the event and the future activities of other nations: /node/747/ and here also /node/748/ and for a photo /node/750/

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4) More men enroll in university teacher course
The University of Hertfordshire in the UK has 18% enrollment of men. Read the article about some of the things they are doing to have record male enrollment: /node/721/

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5) Need a little humor? Check out the editorial cartoon.
Tom Scott created this editorial cartoon. What do you think? /node/719

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6) Are you a Teacher? Complete a survey – spread the word.
The University of Missouri seeks to advance our understanding of how men in elementary education experience gender-based stigma in the workplace. /node/680

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7) Mid-career males turn to teaching in greater numbers.
The prospect of having more fun on the job and better work-life balance – despite the drop in pay – has been enough to motivate several men with well-paid professional careers to throw caution to the wind and go teaching.
Read the entire story at: /node/743

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8) Great summer job for young men to teach
Find out about a great job for the summer for young men (and women). You get paid and you get to work with middle school students who want to be there! Read more about the program: /node/677

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9) Resources – Find out about resources and websites about men teaching.
There are links to websites all over the world. You can also find out about some tuition free teacher training programs. Check out the links: https://menteach.org/resources/links_to_other_sites
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10) Read about Books on Boys in the Forums.
After the discussion about SuperHero play one of our readers posted what he does around boys and books. Join the discussions in the Forums: /node/684

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