Pose, Pause, Pounce, Bounce!!

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Hi everyone, todays post is all about a questioning technique which I have found to be extremely useful in the classroom, so I thought I’d share it with you in case you aren’t aware of it. I came across this strategy at university, but we only briefly looked at it, so I went away and found more information about the technique. I found the most useful source to be Ross Morrison McGill founder of Teacher Toolkit. […]

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Teacher’s Workload; Too Much?

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Teachers workload, brain drain, and burn outs have all been headlines in the media recently, but is the workload really as bad as they are making it out to be? I’ve read up on the topic and present my take on it within this post. Here are some facts from Teacher Toolkit (2016) about teachers workload: 1. No matter what you say, do or refine, teaching by default is exhausting 2. Without a change in […]

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