Wouldn’t it be great? – fantastically exciting for the children and such an amazing confidence builder!
We live in a critical society and we work in a profession where nothing ever seems good enough – but how can we try to balance this negativity and rise above things?
Isn’t that a great cake?….I just couldn’t resist having that as the feature photo!
At some point or other in our career we will all have to deal with aggressive and upset parents. For the purposes of this article let’s consider how you, as a class teacher can best handle things.
In this final part to the article I am going to look at the difficulties that are presented in firstly getting help for gifted and talented children and then actually incorporating any help into school life.
Marla Olmstead is 4 years old in the lead picture of this article…it may seem improbable but here is a direct example of what, as a school we may (if we’re lucky!) be presented with.
As one year ends so another begins – and as one term has finished so another looms large
The SPRING TERM lurches into view!
Following the previous article on this which was represented by a picture of “The Scream” by Edvard Munch and the word “yes”; I thought we would add a little flesh to the bones.
What are unit tests, when should we use them, how are they done and what do they tell us?
So how do you spend your lunchtime….are you rushing about or do you have a more relaxed approach?