One of my longer-term students (he shall remain nameless, in case the information is confidential; or in case it was a mistake) was promoted in class today. 341 more words
I did a little problem-solving in my tutorial yesterday. Or rather, I got my student, Akihiro, to do a little problem-solving. I asked him to join nine circles in the form of a square with as few straight lines as possible (five is easy, four is excellent, three is cheating but resourceful), and to find a way to work out which of three identical light switches controls a bulb in the attic of a house, when you cannot see the bulb in question and when you can only look once to see if it is on or off (problem in full… 217 more words
One of the things about teaching in a recently established school is that you have to be flexible.
This past year I’ve been teaching the bulk of my time in one class and then releasing my team leader’s Year 3 class while another teacher teaches the first class. 546 more words