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Amy Haywood
English teacher and Alum of program. Lover of learning, food and art.
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Amy Haywood Oct 11
I think you will like!
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Amy Haywood Oct 1
Replying to @pippamcilroy
Great read!
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Oliver Lovell Sep 25
First international ERRR recording in Taiwan! Was great fun. Listen to last episode here:
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Carl Hendrick Sep 2
*NEW* ‘Four Quarters Marking’ – A Workload Solution? via
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Tom Sherrington Aug 23
Ten teaching techniques to practise – deliberately.
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Teach For Australia Aug 21
An independent evaluation finds that TFA continues to deliver on the Australian Government’s objectives:
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Amy Haywood Aug 22
Replying to @steven_kolber @sev_soc
Many thanks! Such an impressively organised list!
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Amy Haywood Aug 20
2/2 are flipping in Humanities, Politics or Sociology classes? I'm hoping to profile some in the next Ethos journal.
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Amy Haywood Aug 20
1/2 Dear , A friend of mine, , suggested you might be able to put me in contact with some excellent teachers who
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Amy Haywood Aug 13
Replying to @GeraldineBrooks
Thanks very much- very helpful!
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Amy Haywood Aug 9
hello! A student and I are studying YOW & wondering, why is it that Mompellion loses his faith, but Anna doesn't?
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Amy Haywood Aug 1
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Pip McIlroy Jul 31
'Quantifying the expense of early school leavers' - interesting piece from 's Emily Pearson
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Amy Haywood Jul 30
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Louka Parry Jul 23
Want to be ? I started learning languages (5 so far) as an adult - great tips
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Alain de Botton Jul 23
In a functioning democracy, the chief job of a politician is to be a teacher.
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Amy Haywood Jul 16
'Every student is at some point in their learning, we believe that every student is capable of making progress'
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Amy Haywood Jul 1
Unsubscribe from unwanted emails and combine the rest into a single daily digest with
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Andy Tharby Jun 18
Very useful for English teachers. Sequencing: Literary Periods
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Amy Haywood Jun 4
Replying to @avanveld
Sounds awesome, what is it Anna?
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