Okay so we’ve all been there – a job post comes up on your screen that you hadn’t seen before and the deadline is that day!
You quickly rush the application to get it in before 3pm and pray to Beyonce (she’s like God, right?) that it’s acceptable!
As teachers, we all know that preparation is key. Planning and preparation are among the core qualities of an effective teacher. Interview preparation is no different and there are a number of reasons for this.
What an exciting time of the year! Your main lessons and topics are complete and the pupils are getting excited for their summer holidays. It can be a challenging time to keep pupils engaged in classroom lessons due to exciting events on the horizon like school tours or sports days, so I like to keep things light and fun and still try to ensure the learning is taking place.
I can remember the excitement the summer I finished my Professional Masters in Education (PME). I was on Pinterest looking up “colourful classrooms”, “rainbow classrooms”, “classroom hacks”. I wanted to do it all!
I feel that my having been in SET, I am using my knowledge within the classroom and I can apply the classroom support model effectively with children. Special Education is an invaluable experience that everyone should experience at some point in their career.
I remember when I was on teaching practice, and especially when starting out in my own classroom as an NQT, I was so enthusiastic and saw so many different ways of embedding AfL in the teaching and learning in my classroom. I, at times, tried to do too many AfL techniques at once…
Following a number of requests, we are running a limited number of our popular Assessment for Learning Bootcamps at 3 locations in 2019 – woohoo! The workshops will be held on the following location, dates and times: Blackrock Education Centre – 14th …
After multiple requests from teachers, we have recently launched our Assessment for Learning Bootcamp. For more information click HERE. There are many researched components to Assessment for Learning (AfL) and it’s use in the classroom – the more you learn about …