When we practice mindfulness, our thoughts tune into what we're sensing in the present moment rather than being stuck in the past or imagining the future, allowing us to focus on what we are learning in the present moment or to connect with people in that moment.
Practicing mindfulness in the classroom can improve a student's learning experience and abilities. Many schools are incorporating mindfulness as an integral part of their teaching day- to regain focus, settle students and when there is a need to settle the class.
Find out what the top 5 websites are for exploring mindfulness in the classroom.
Relief teaching can be a great way to enjoy flexible working, avoid staff room politics and be free of marking responsibilities out of work hours (am I right?). However, it can be a fairly competitive environment if you are living in a high density area and there’s thousands of teachers vying for the same spot in the classroom.
Are you about to start teaching in NSW for the first time? Are you returning to work as a teacher in NSW? All teachers must be accredited with NESA to work in a school or centre-based early childhood service.
Read our handy guide to understand how to navigate the accreditation process in NSW…
Have you noticed that some of your teacher peers are getting more in their tax returns than you? The difference can come down to knowing what you can claim and ensuring you are routinely keeping a record by the way of receipts throughout the financial year…
Are you interested in finding out more about Autism and how best to work with these students in your care on any given day?