Ever *really* notice how many instructions you give to your kids each day?
We all know that having a positive relationship with your students is a cornerstone to a great educational paradigm for everyone involved. But it’s easier said than done.
Your most valuable teaching tool – what do you do when you feel it slipping away?
Here are some tried and tested ideas for getting through the content, engaging your students, and keeping everyone happy in that last lesson of the day!
Transitioning from full-time work to supply has been a fantastic experience. Here is what I have learnt to make this new work enjoyable!
If you teach teenagers, you know how much easier the job is when your class is on side. If they have your back, and know you have theirs, classroom interactions become less about behaviour management and more about learning. They…
Writing lines is an age-old consequence for poor behaviour. Math teacher Ian Clapham was tired of using simple, non-expressive sentences, and has devised a list of alternative lines that he likes to use when students are reflecting on their poor…
Last term I had my first opportunity to mentor a pre-service teacher (known as a student teacher in many parts). I know that he learnt a lot, but I think I might have learnt more!