Your most valuable teaching tool – what do you do when you feel it slipping away?
Well here I am, returned to the world of teaching after a year of maternity leave!
As a new teacher (either new to the profession, or new to the school) it can be a bit daunting to work out what stationery you need to prepare yourself with at the beginning of the year. I’m talking about…
I have just under two months left of maternity leave. By a grand coincidence, I shall be returning to work at the beginning of the school year, which means I can start fresh along with the rest of the school,…
Every teacher has a skill set that is separate to their teaching area – do you get to use yours?
I am currently teaching on contract with Education Queensland, not permanent, which makes maternity leave a stressful situation. Here is what you can do to make sure you can access the paid maternity leave through Ed QLD, even if you’re not permanent.
I’m not sure how teachers can be successful at teaching children things like manners and respect when all too often they are taught the exact opposite at home.
Every teacher knows the struggles of being at school while feeling sick. Kudos to those ladies who have survived through the seemingly endless torment of morning sickness! Here is how I’ve dealt with mine.