Monthly Archives: May 2016

IWB’s: A Teaching Revolution

What to hear a secret? Well stop scrolling and listen here! I have the secret for you! It’s Interactive Whiteboards! That’s right, IWB’s! They are great ICT tool to implement within the classroom. Not only can you still write, display … Continue reading

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Has Prac got you feeling stressed out?

Feeling stressed out?  Can’t wait til it’s 3pm this Friday so you’ve finished yet another professional practical experience for your university degree? Do you find yourself emotionally eating after getting home from prac? Or wanting to head down to Dan … Continue reading

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The joys of being a teacher.

When you become a teacher, there is so many positive and negative factors, just like any occupation. Such negative objectives includes the huge work loads educators have due to planning and preparing for fantastic learning experiences for students, which teachers … Continue reading

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Time to plan assessment pieces!

As educators and even university students, knowledge and skill acquisition for planning and creating assessment pieces for students or even just for assignments for university is required. There is so many factors and regulations that need to be considered and … Continue reading

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Don’t stress!

So after scrolling on WordPress, I’ve noticed that a few people are starting to become nervous, anxious, scared and worried about commencing their professional practical experience for university, including Courtney Green. A major factor that have lead to this is … Continue reading

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So, I hear you wanna be a teacher.

To become a great teacher, you have to do more than studying at university and receiving High Distinctions and smashing out your professional practical experiences. It involves extending and continually developing your pedagogical philosophy. This could involve listening and accepting … Continue reading

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