Teacher Resignation Letter
To: The HOD
Subject: Resignation Letter.
I am (Your name) working with (Institute name) as a Teacher for the Subject (mention your subject expertise) since 2000 (year of your joining).
It has been a fulfilling experience to teach students in this institute and grow with like minded people. Have learned a lot while teaching to students and excelled my skills to handle large number of learners. I must admit it been a learning experience for me also in my profession as a teacher and this aspect of job makes teaching a humble profession.
Now its time for me to put my resignation and submitting the same with immense respect for this institute which shaped my career as better teacher and given many opportunities to lead and manage team at different activities at university level.
Kindy accept my resignation and relieve me from my duties in the next 30 days.
Your name & Signature
Teacher of xxx School / Collage
Killer Presentation Skills
Public speaking myths often prevent people from improving their presentation\/speech giving skills. Therefore, let us bust 3 of them. Myth .1 speaking in public applies only to large situations. This one prevents individuals from even considering the idea of enhancing their skills because, they do not give speeches to large groups. At my world, and in my Killer Demo Skills Model, ANY time you're talking, in spite of the crowd size, you need presentation skills. The more significant the dialogue, the more you need strong presentation abilities. In the minimum, you need to identify your general message, key points, and exhibit some basic speaking in public abilities.
These are things you need and do when giving a speech in a massive place, to a large audience, however I think they also apply to scenarios with a lot smaller audiences, even one-on one. It's what I call going from macro and micro. Accept The Truth, and start improving. people born with a knack for speaking in public can really be good at it. Many individuals presume that because they do not have natural presentation skills, they cannot be successful in speaking in public. They think that to achieve success, you've to be a super extravert, or be naturally energetic.
People who subscribe to this myth recognize they do not fit the mold, so since victory is unattainable, these individuals believe it is pointless, a waste of time, to attempt to improve. Many people ARE naturally powerful public speakers, so good they do not need to work as hard on it since the rest of us do. But ANYONE could make significant improvement. Accept The Truth, and begin improving. improvement takes way too a lot of time, so it is pointless to attempt to improve. This myth causes a few to do nothing, since they feel they don't have ample time to become considerably better at speaking in public and presentations.
Making significant improvements DOES take time, however it needn't take drastic amounts of time. Some aspects of presentation skills, like using vocal variety, are rather easy to improve. Others take more time, but success in improving in a reasonable period of time is frequently a matter of finding the right resources that will help you the most. Accept The Truth, and start improving. Significant improvements are with at your reach.