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lazy season lament

June and July at the day job are very slow months. The attitudes are also a bit more relaxed because we know the uptick in work won’t start until August. 125 more words

Life

MATHEMATICS TEACHERS' WORKLOADS AS CORRELATES OF QUALITY ASSURANCE IN UPPER BASIC EDUCATION

AUTHOR: ADETUNJI ABIOLA OLAOYE, PhD.

FROM:  INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE, PUBLIC POLICY IN AFRICA-IJESPPA VOL. 2 NO. 1 2012

The study was designed to examine mathematics teachers’ workload vis-a-vis the students’ performance in Mathematics and as correlates if quality assurance in Upper Basic Education. 231 more words

Faculty Of Education

#TMAld Making Data Meaningful with Vanessa Evagora

How can we make data meaningful for students and us, as teachers? Vanessa Evagora has extensive experience with data and in her presentation,  you can see how Vanessa engages students and parents so effectively. 30 more words

TeachMeet

Are You Random or a Victim of the 80/20 Rule?

Hi y’all.  I’m having a moment of clarity.  Today I got phone calls, emails, IMs, etc. asking me to do things.  Now just to shed some light on the amount of work I do (with my part time working self), I’ve been called “the hardest working least employed person” some have ever met.  615 more words

Hear Me

A breakdown of my foundation workload.

As my foundation course in Bellerbys draws to an end, I have decided to dedicate a post regarding the breakdown of my workload in this college. 176 more words

Occupational disease?

I admit it; this moment may count as my official coming out.

I am a perfectionist.

Many people suffer from this affliction: historians, but others as well. 139 more words

English

Hong Kong education style.

In my hometown, Hong Kong, which is an urban city. We have massive class size education, which is around 30 – 35 students would be grouped into a class, compared to the UK, which only have approximate 15 pupils are classed in a lesson. 107 more words