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๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™€๏ธMrs C the (supply) NQT๐Ÿ™‹โ€โ™€๏ธ Jun 7
Top tips for reducing chatter in the classroom please. Doing the stare and the stance are no longer working.
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Mrs M 15h
New to , would appreciate retweets, followers and guidance on who to follow. Thanks ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ
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Mr. Mitchell Jun 13
This may not seem like much, but upon receiving this today I was overcome with emotion. To finally see the title of โ€˜teacherโ€™ under my name, after so many years of hard work was beyond words. Hereโ€™s to the start of what will be a fantastic career! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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Miss White Jun 9
Teachers, when do you do the bulk of your marking? Someone's suggested that I shouldn't take marking home with me after school, but I don't know when else I'd get it done!
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Year 2 Teacher Jun 11
Should it bother me that the teacher taking over my classroom next year is wanting to take some of my resources down and put hers up now? I'm annoyed as I feel as though they think I've left already.
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Charlotte MCCT ๐Ÿงฎ๐Ÿ“โœ๏ธ Jun 8
My husband has just been appointed assistant head starting in September. Could help me out with some reading recommendations for him about leadership (behaviour focus)? And also for myself about coaching/mentoring trainees?
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Sally Harrison Jun 10
Can any teachers help me identify the name of this resource? I found a box full of them in different colours. They link together. I want to give them a Google and get ideas how best to use them.
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Mrs P Jun 9
Good illustration showing how important books and reading are! Children love comparing the book and the film and always find a hidden depth in the book.
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Adam Boxer 51m
FFS keeping Shabbat today means I lost some *quality* banter. Remember: the only response to outdated Edu-pseudointelligentsia-gatekeepers is to read more, learn more and constantly give your students a better deal than you were trained to do.
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Alexandra Jayne 4h
Which one to read first?!
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Dr Emma Kell Jun 14
Whatโ€™s the most wonderful, moving, bizarre goodbye gift youโ€™ve received from a student? Inspired by this piece. Confessions of a Teacher - End of Year - BBC Teach
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Emma Paton Jun 13
Calling all Year 1 teachers (and all you amazing EYFS experts!) ... What would be your top tips for a year 1 outdoor area? What resources, provision and experienced would you recommend?. PLEASE RT.
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Miss Winter Jun 14
I GOT THE JOB ๐ŸŽ‰ canโ€™t believe it!
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Nimah Abdulla 12h
Any tips for smarter marking in English? Want some tips to share with my team, especially for our NQTs and trainees who often feel swamped with the workload. please RT
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Mrs A Ingram ๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ“–๐Ÿ˜ป 5h
I buy all our new staff a book to go in their goodie bag on their induction day. We have teachers of art, drama maths and geography. Any recommendations?
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Ben Cooper | WAGOLL Teaching Jun 9
Giving parents a few simple tips, helping children learn at home, can be easier than you may think. Here are a few tips on how you as a teacher can support your parents to support their children.
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Paul Steenkampโ„ข๐Ÿ™‹๐Ÿปโ€โ™‚๏ธ 11h
Many events on today and I am at home working. Seriously missing out and loving all these great tweets.
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Miss E Hancock Jun 12
Both interviews I have had for an NQT post I have gotten through the teaching aspect to the last day... then not been offered the job when I have had a formal interview... Someone help a stressed trainee teacher out and give me some tips ๐Ÿ˜ฉ
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Kirsten Ryder Jun 6
Our school is committed to and this half term the theme is thankfulness. Just been to my pigeon hole and someone has put this in there. I donโ€™t know who sent it but it has really made me smile!
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Chris Hoare 2h
Doing some reading today for the big move to the UAE ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ช and came across this phrase... Absolutely love it! What a brilliant principal for teaching and learning! Adding this to my vocabulary!
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