This is the fourteenth part of my Reflection Series – a self-reflection of my year teaching in the UK.
What is something you did this year that went better than you thought it would?
I knew exactly what I wanted to write about in this part of my reflection, so I started off on a great story!
Then I realised, awkwardly, that I’d already written about it! So rather than re-hash, I would like to send you off to an old post of mine. Please have a read, even if you’ve read it before, and think for yourself what is something that you’ve done this year that went better than you expected it to?
I now forward you kindly along to the time we had a cracker of a debate in my science class!
About the Author:
Emily is a secondary science and math teacher in Australia. She enjoys blogging about her experiences, facilitating the ‘light bulb’ moment in her students, and drinking tea and wine. Emily is currently on maternity leave with her first child. You can read more teaching articles from Emily here, or about her life as a new mum over at Actual Mums.