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Maree-Rose Scalercio 4h
One of the most significant things I have discovered during this unit is the importance of collecting data and evidence, for the purpose of providing a basis for extending students' learning and identifying areas for professional learning
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Susannah Hoff Apr 19
A friend shared this on my Facebook - so true and so important
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Georgia E Apr 14
Check out this article with tips for new teachers! Lots of great classroom, behaviour management and organisational ideas!
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Natalie Perin 40m
One significant thing that I have learnt during this unit is that one piece of quality evidence can be used to demonstrate multiple learning areas when gathering data to become a proficient teacher πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ«πŸ‘¨πŸΌβ€πŸ«
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Miss Gillis Apr 14
One significant aspect of teaching I have discovered this semester is how important it is to take opportunities. Whether on prac or in our uni lectures, I have learnt so much about having a go and giving everything 110%!
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Elise Paull Apr 20
Some great ideas for using the Arts to assist in promoting social and emotional learning in the classroom
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@MissHook_ed 3h
In what ways can we increase students sense of belonging in the classroom? What does a classroom where children feel like they belong look like? Why is this important to you?
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Anne Apr 14
One of the struggles we face as a teacher is classroom management. However, it isn't about how we "control" the class to keep them learning. It is how we engage and inspire them to learn.
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Elise Paull Apr 16
What a fun and engaging strategy to use in a classroom of any year level. You could link to whatever your we’re learning about! I can think of so many links for literacy and numeracy in particular!
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MissP Apr 21
Creating a positive environment in your classroom
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@MissHook_ed 3h
The gradual release of responsibility model guides students to use new skills and strategies independently as the teacher slowly releases support. When planning learning we need to ensure the needs of all learners are considered and supported.
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Katarina Tuinamuana 7h
Looking forward to spending the next 2 days in Therese Barrington's class - nice to be a student again! Therese is expert in all things professional practice, -informed-teaching
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MissP Apr 21
Love this classroom style. Variety of working spaces to cater for many types of learners. The used of cool colours and plants ❀️
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Maree-Rose Scalercio Apr 14
Excited to hear from a first year out teacher in lectures! It will be interesting to hear about her experiences and perspective on being out in the field!
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Anne Apr 21
We always expect our students' to listen and pay attention to us. However, we as teachers must also show that we are listening and giving them our full attention.
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Tanya Apr 21
Every teacher has a different journey that involves up and downs, but these are only opportunities to grow and learn. During times of self doubt just remember that good things lie ahead πŸ‘©πŸ½β€πŸ«πŸ€—
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Ellyn Clapham 10h
Kindy Easter craft from the last day of term. Great opportunity for the children to develop their creativity and fine motor skills. πŸ–πŸŽ¨
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DannikaSnell Apr 14
Excited to hear from a former students transition into the profession!
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Michelle Ridolfo Apr 15
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Natalie Perin Apr 14
Excited to hear from a first year out teacher in the lecture πŸ˜πŸ“š
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