It is amazing just how much money teachers can spend on building up their resource kits. This blog will hopefully help you to save a load of money and help you to build up your teaching tool kit along the way.
My early teaching days were littered with crazy mishaps and expectations that often mimicked my perfectionist student ways. Always eager to please and be the best version of myself, I tirelessly worked to be a perfect teacher and (as you can imagine) often failed to meet that mark. What I was able to glean from my teaching experience (since it came first) were some of the most important lessons to be a better mother.
Have you ever been called in to teach RFF for the day, and the subject is DRAMA?.......well no Prob-lllama, we are here to help you with some fabulous activities and website links to explore. Check the end of the blog for some links to amazing FREE downloads that you will be able to add to your Relief Teaching bag of tricks.
Whether you’re a relief teacher and you have a class for just one day or a full time teacher, you’ll understand that each class and every student is unique. Although there are a variety of factors that can contribute to a lack of focus, understanding the different learning styles is vital to keeping students involved and engaged in their learning.
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.