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Brain Breaks In the Classroom

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Brain Breaks In the Classroom

  Testimonial I am blessed to be able to create resources to make Relief Teaching just a little easier. Before I start on my blog, I am thrilled to share some very kind words I recently received. My Ultimate Relief Teaching Survival Kit, has been a labour of love for the past 6 months and to receive such glowing feedback made it all worthwhile, and I know that I am helping in my own way to take some of the stress away from finding resources and building lessons from scratch. “This is BRILLIANT!!! I only bought it a few days...

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Being the best that you can be - Securing Work as a Relief Teacher

Being the best that you can be - Securing Work as a Relief Teacher

  One of the biggest challenges with Relief teaching can be the uncertainty of work. Let’s look at some of the strategies that you can use to support you in becoming a teacher that is valued and offered call backs from the schools that you work in: · Building relationships with students is a vitally important part of our day. Setting the tone for the day by creating a safe and secure classroom environment sends students home happy and very keen to tell their parents and their classroom teacher about the great day that they had with you. a) To...

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New to Teaching??

New to Teaching??

                         There are so many resources on the market for you as a beginning teacher. If you are after an honest and helpful resource book, then "Surviving and Thriving" by Nadine King is a fantastic book to buy. (from her website) Surviving and Thriving equips teachers with practical advice, effective management strategies and helpful guidelines. When you first begin teaching it can be very overwhelming – there’s so much you need to know and you need to know it now! Let our experience and knowledge help you to feel confident, prepared...

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