Why Staffroom Stories?
Staffroom Stories is an Australian teaching blog founded by an Australian high school teacher. My teaching blog takes a peek behind the staffroom door to explore the side of teaching many don’t get to see.
We laugh, we cry, we get angry and scared. We see the most amazing growth and success. But most of all we care. Teaching is a truly unique, incredible job. One with so many nuances that it can be hard to really explain what it’s like to people who haven’t done it before.
There are thousands of incredible websites for sharing teaching ideas from the perspective of activities and pedagogy within the classroom. This website, on the other hand, is a place to share and explore the human side of teaching. Stories of success, challenge, and growth, all from the perspective of what it’s like to be an actual teacher, written by the teachers experiencing these things first hand.
Join us on this journey of exploration and growth, experiencing the human side of teaching, as it happens!
My articles have been featured on Mamamia and many times on School-News Australia, under the author names Emily Kate and Emily Aslin.
Work With Me
Are you looking for a content writer or copy-editor with a background in education, science, and/or science communication? Or perhaps someone with their finger on the pulse, able to manage your social media presence end-to-end? Or even someone with a degree of logical, outside-the-box thinking, able to break through the barriers holding back your brand or company strategy?
I help businesses share their stories to grow and foster strong, positive relationships with their audiences.
You might be a school looking to rebrand, attract dream families, and strengthen ties with your community.
You might be a company looking to make waves in the education industry.
You might be something else entirely, looking for the unique skill-set of a teacher with a background in science, communications, and content management.
Let’s have a chat and see how I can help you!
Views expressed on this site are the authors’ own, and do not represent any employers or association they are a part of.