Is teaching really a job that we can enjoy or should we be able to enjoy? Many would say yes but growing numbers are now saying no….so if you find yourself increasingly in the latter category, just what can you do about it?
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.
What are unit tests, when should we use them, how are they done and what do they tell us?
Let’s pick up from where we left off in part 1.
It might seem obvious, or maybe you have never even thought about it but…..
You do need to be organised in Primary teaching
Autumn half term is the first time that you, as a teacher, really get to step back from the hustle and bustle of things and have the opportunity to assess just how things have started and how they are progressing in your class.
It’s always a problem, especially at the start of a new academic year. There’s just so much to get through but your class is just SO SLOW!
So you coordinate a subject in your school – but to what extent do you actually do anything?
So here we are at the start of the new academic year….but let’s not rush headlong into the melee. Instead let’s wind back a few steps and approach it from a short distance!
Yesterday I received my invitation to attend the school play at a local village school….