As a teacher, I feel like this list could go on for miles and miles…
As educators, I believe it is so important to not get stuck in a pedagogy rut. This year I did something I’ve wanted to do for a couple of years – host a pre-service (or student) teacher.
Looking back on the year, it is important to recognise the things you accomplished and are proud of.
As I write this, I have one and a half days left of my school year. As of Thursday I am on maternity leave, and I plan to take a full 12 months off. It is such an odd feeling…
Reflecting on our practice is an integral part of being a teacher. We need to critically think about our successes, challenges, and future directions.
Transitioning from full-time work to supply has been a fantastic experience. Here is what I have learnt to make this new work enjoyable!
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.
It was such an odd experience to be a true learner again! I didn’t know a whole heap about the topics in the course (hence why I was doing it), and I’ve never done an online course before, so I was quite new to the whole experience. What I discovered was a little bit of a surprise.