In this culture of whinging about work and hating on everything, I came to a realisation that I actually really like my job and my school. As my husband said, you just need to choose which bulls*** you’re happy to put up with.
By Mr Nero
I write this today with every teacher in mind, but with the evidence of my own experiences and research. As a relatively new teacher I speak of my experience but also the shared viewpoints of the many staff I have spent time with.
Today I would like to examine the statement “teaching is easy”. Continue reading “Teaching is Easy”
Teaching as a profession is in desperate need of an overhaul, but for the sake of the teachers, not the students. Continue reading Why Are We Letting Ourselves Drown?
I’ve recently made the jump from the public sector to the private sector and have noticed many changes. One was so completely unexpected that it actually made me stop dead in my tracks while walking around my classroom. Continue reading Private vs Public Chaos Times
Students expect a lot from their teachers. They expect us to teach them facts, skills, and ways of thinking specific to our respective subjects. They expect us to help them progress and succeed, achieving their personal goals. They expect us to help them develop social and emotional skills. But there is one key thing students expect from their teachers that you might not expect. Continue reading The Key Thing Students Want From Their Teachers