Wake up, shower, eat breakfast, turn on your phone? OR
Turn on your phone – check notifications, IG / FB… and then see where your day takes you?
Re-wiring your brain and breaking bad habits is what Native Planeta is all about.
Optimizing your performance whether it is: in the classroom, at work, on the football field, or at your home office, we follow a simple – Time-Focus-Principle.
The Pareto Principle (Work Smarter, Not Harder)
The principle states that, 20% of your time makes up 80% of your results.
Vital Tasks – These are a few vital (IMPORTANT) tasks will determine your success.
20% Attention – Focus 20% of your TIME and ATTENTION (FOCUS) to get them done the correct way.
80% Outcome – Because of your focus, and importance to your life will generate 80% of your success.
Examples of the Pareto Principle
1) 20% of customers bring 80% of revenue 2) 80% of work is completed by 20% of the team 3) 80% of complaints come from 20% of customers 4) 20% of marketing efforts give 80% of ROI 5) 20% of content drives 80% of traffic
Online learning has given students to have the power to choose how they learn: where they learn from, what they learn, and when they want to learn today.
1. Save time and energy
The freedom to connect to the internet from your phone, with or without cameras proves the convenience of technology. When you use technology, for example, when you or your teacher don’t know something, google can help find accurate information in seconds. Are you a visual learner? Look up google images with your own fingers!
2. Frequent assessments leads to more productivity
Daily “homework” and weekly assessments with the help prepared learning material, let’s the student know what & when to expect in the future.
3. Choose your teacher, professor, or expert
Finding a course online has never been easier; universities around the world are adapting to the online trend and allowing their teachers to conduct classes online. If you’re not teaching online, you’re late to the game.
4. More Teacher : Student Interaction
Focus. Focusing in 1:1 or 1:4 teacher to student ratio means you have to concentrate, and work a little bit harder BUT at your own pace. Private lessons, or smaller classes let’s teachers adapt the information you want or need to learn
5. Learn from home
Saving time and being comfortable at your home-office, kitchen, or even bed allows for the ultimate level of comfort. Save time each day by connecting online in less than 1 minute, instead of spending 1 hour commuting to and from your local school.
6. Self – Discipline, Accountability & Time Management
This is called professional development. A student should connect online daily, weekly, or even bi-weekly knowing that each day they should prepare for the next teacher interaction. Studying 30 minutes per day, is 163 hours per year.
This Fall – 2021, PISA will be administering an assessment for International Students.
The PISA exam is organized by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. The exam assesses 15-year old international student’s ability to use their reading, mathematics, and science knowledge and skills to meet real-life challenges.
Question : TRAFFIC
Julio lives in Silver, Maria lives in Lincoln and Don lives in Nobel. They want to meet in a suburb on the map. No-one wants to travel for more than 15 minutes.
Where could they meet?
Link to more sample questions below!
Do these test results surprise you?
If you question your best friend, or family at dinner today – ask them who is the smartest country… see what they will say.
So we have students… what about the teachers?
Everyone know that the best way to measure success for an adult or a professional is to see their income – net worth.
So what do teachers get paid around the world?
Here are the top 11 countries with the highest salaries. According to Yahoo Finance.
Overall average salary for teachers: $50,019
Highest average salary: $61,543 for middle and high school teachers
Teachers in Spain have an average starting salary of $38,987, for those who teach elementary school, and $43,565, for those who teach middle or high school. By the time they have been teaching for 15 years, their salaries have only risen about $6,000 per year.
Overall average salary for teachers: $50,180
Highest average salary: $55,675 for high school teachers
Denmark is in the top ten for teacher salaries, with a starting salary of $44,919, for elementary school teachers, $45,134, for middle school teachers and $42,841, for high school teachers. It’s the only country on the list where the average starting salary for high school teachers is lower than it is for middle school teachers.
Overall average salary for teachers: $53,645
Highest average salary: $59,568 for teachers at any grade level
In Australia, teachers’ salaries are the same across all grade levels. The average starting salary is $41,798, and after 15 years of experience, a teacher can expect to earn $59,568.
Overall average salary for teachers: $54,308
Highest average salary: $69,306 for middle and high school teachers
In Ireland, teachers at the highest end of the pay scale earn nearly $10,000 per year more than their counterparts with 15 years of experience.
7. South Korea
Overall average salary for teachers: $56,015
Highest average salary: $84,842 for elementary school teachers
Teachers at the top of the pay scale earn significantly more in South Korea. In fact, the top of the scale average elementary school teacher salary is the second-highest of any country on the list. The average salary for a high school teacher with 15 years of experience is $52,747, while those at the top of the pay scale average $84,185.
Overall average salary for teachers: $56,723
Highest average salary: $65,474 for teachers at any grade level
In Canada, teachers with 15 years of experience are paid at the top of the pay scale, on average, and average pay is the same regardless of grade level. Canadian teachers start out earning an average of $39,222 and top out at an average of $65,474.
5. United States
Overall average salary for teachers: $56,960
Highest average salary: $70,900 for high school teachers
American teachers’ salaries are the fifth-highest of all the countries on the list. The difference between a starting teacher’s salary and that of someone who has been teaching for 15 years is among the highest. Experienced high school teachers earn $22,489, more than their counterparts who are just starting out.
Overall average salary for teachers: $57,456
Highest average salary: $83,660 for high school teachers
Teachers in Austria are paid slightly more than those in the U.S. on average, but the maximum salary is quite a bit higher. Austrian high school teachers at the top of the pay scale earn nearly $13,000 more per year than those at the top of the pay scale in the U.S.
3. The Netherlands
Overall average salary for teachers: $61,705
Highest average salary: $84,469 for middle and high school teachers
Teachers in the Netherlands would be wise to stick with their chosen career. Middle and high school teachers with 15 years of experience earn an average of $31,469 more than those who are just starting out.
Overall average salary for teachers: $73,732
Highest average salary: $92,386 for high school teachers
Germany ranks second for teacher pay around the world, with high school teacher pay for those at the top of the scale approaching $100,000 a year.
Overall average salary for teachers: $105,762
Highest average salary: $138,279 for high school teachers
If you decide to go into teaching for the money, consider going to Luxembourg. This small European country pays the highest teacher salaries around the world, by a lot. The starting salary for a middle school teacher in Luxembourg is more than the top-of-scale salary for a primary school teacher in any other country except South Korea.
Long story short… if I am going to continue teaching… I gotta move to Luxembourg LOL!