Responsive education solutions jobs is a new job search engine designed to help students find the best job path by providing the most relevant search results. Our search results are updated and filtered automatically to provide the best possible resources to help students find the right career.
The most important resource we provide is the “top 10” rankings of job postings, which filter out listings that aren’t relevant to what our student is interested in. The second most important resource we provide is a list of job postings that match our student’s specific career interests.
Our job postings are filtered by the number of jobs that match your student’s career interests. This keeps students from getting duplicate job postings with the same career interest.
In case you missed it, this week we had a new job posting created specifically for our students—you guessed it—at the University of Texas at Arlington. I can’t imagine how hard this is for our students, but our students do have great jobs, so we’re happy to help them find them.
Its been a very busy week for students. Here is what you can expect in the coming days and weeks.
The big challenge for our students is that they are too scared of learning anything new by doing so much boring stuff. You can’t just do something boring. And when you do something boring, you get kicked out of school. A lot of the students who are really good at something are just doing it because they feel like their job isn’t there to teach. It’s probably not fun.
I am happy to report that the solution for my students was pretty simple. They simply moved the boring stuff they do to a new section of the website so that the boring stuff is now only available via mobile devices. The students now have a great learning experience and the website is now responsive to touch and scroll, which is a huge plus for learning and teaching. I also thought this was a great way to bring more students into the school, but that may be a little premature.
I’ve heard of something called the “Web as a Service” model, but what this is is really a service that runs on the internet, not a website. It’s a hosted service that allows you to host your website and other services on someone else’s machine (you can get a few ideas about how to host your own website on the internet here). I think this model will be especially valuable for schools, but it’s not clear yet whether it is for education or for commerce.
I feel like schools are a great market for this type of tech, but its probably not going to work well for education because most of the services are too expensive to deliver. For example, the service is only useful at the school where it can be hosted, and it’s probably not really useful for the school as a whole.
Why not? It may just be a different type of education for kids. If your school is not a school, you can always bring your kids to the school you host, but you can’t bring your kids to the school you host.