Ever *really* notice how many instructions you give to your kids each day?
Teaching is a tough gig. I know that, you know that, maybe now some of the parents out there also know that *cough* remote learning *cough*.
So what do you need to have handy to help you survive this insane, incredible, and downright joyous job?
2019 was my first year as both a teacher and a parent. What a year it was!
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?
Kylie is a primary school teacher who started out in 2014. Coming from a theatre background, she made the jump over to teaching and hasn’t looked back!
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.
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.