As a trainee teacher on placement and often for most NQT’s the number of behaviour strategies you have in your toolkit is crucial. To have a variety of techniques to use depending on the student or students you are dealing with, the situation and environment is key to the amount of teaching and learning that takes place in your environment. Continue reading “#15MinForum: Engaging their minds”
I am not sharing how many years ago I left school but my last day at school involved the obligatory assembly, shirt signing, notebook messages and a lot of photographs taken with a camera. One of those cameras that you wound on with your thumb Continue reading “Year 11: are you ‘happy’ to be leaving?”
More than 260 teaching professionals, representing 26 schools from across Malaysia attended the inaugural conference of the Association of International Malaysian Schools [AIMS], at the Australian International School on Saturday 5 March 2016. Continue reading “Showcasing CPD at Association of International Malaysian Schools”
Teachers ask up to two questions every minute, up to 400 in a day, around 70,000 a year, or two to three million in the course of a career [teachertools.londongt.org/]. Continue reading “#15MinForum: Who you asking…Bloom?”
Securing global accreditation from the Council of International Schools [CIS] and Western Association Schools and Colleges [WASC] is no mean feat. Continue reading “Shining Bright in Our International Private School Review”
Head of Year 11 Anthony Faulkner is leading on the intervention across his year group and was keen to share some of his knowledge and research on revision strategies and their impact on student progress. Continue reading “#15MinForum: Stay exam stress free”
As part of Tenby’s #CPD programme I will be hosting an internal #TenbyTeachMeet on Wednesday, 16 March, 2016.
A blanket session for all staff to attend and takeaway something new to use in your own classroom.
To find out more and sign up to present watch a short animation here. Continue reading “EVENT: Tenby’s First #TeachMeet”