I once promised a friend that I’d write this post, and it is written for those who have never experienced what it is like to teach ‘on the road’.
Thanks to the RTA I was recently introduced to an amazing Microsoft programme called SWAY. I had never used it before and wasn’t even aware that it was available as part of the download pack for teachers and students. I must admit, I am a great fan of technology and love to try anything new, but my go to for most projects is PowerPoint.......Not any more!!!
Ask any relief teacher what they find the most daunting about relief teaching and I bet that the staff room sits cozily within the top 5 things to dread.
Over the past few years, Pinterest has established itself nicely and cosily on the bookmark tab of thousands. It is a place to go for daily inspiration for the home, wedding planning or even pictures of cute animals, but did you know it can be a life-changing resource for relief teachers? Here are a few reasons why.
It is indisputable that classroom management would rank within the top five banes of every causal teacher’s existence. Worst still, is that with each new day, every new class, and each new classroom, the expectation is that we will have to reinvent the wheel to tailor make a classroom management program that suits.
Read on for some great tips on behaviour management by Bec from the Relief Teacher Association