Month: October 2018
What makes teaching strategies effective?
Response To Intervention (RTI) strategies are varied. Those that work are based on well-structured planning which is based on evidence. Most teaching strategies are specific to the subject being taught, such as mathematics and languages although there are strategies that can work across the subjects. These strategies can be combined as in the following example: … Continued
Ten Tips for New Teachers
You have got through your Teacher Training and successful gained the ‘Newly Qualified Teacher Status’, congratulations. “Congratulations, you have just taken your first step into a larger world”, to quote Alec Guinness’s character in Star Wars Episode Four! Now you are about to face your first class, on your own. That mix of feelings, excitement, … Continued
It’s never too late to learn.
Some adults still shudder at the remembrance of those years spent in formal education, while others had more enjoyable school years. Whatever our experience of formal education that shaped our formative years, one thing remains constant. We never stop learning. We learn new skills when we change job roles, we learn how to raise children … Continued