I live on the Isle of Man and this is going to be our year of going global and yet we aren’t ever going to leave our classroom. 929 more words
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Never do I recall teachers calming frightened students after an election. But that is what happened all day today in many, many schools.
Teachers reassured students from all kinds of families—some immigrants, some children of immigrants, their friends, their classmates, all while handling their own shock. 187 more words
I have always wondered if it’s possible for students to teach themselves a modern foreign language. My concern has always been that it would be so tricky for students to find their way around the complexities of language learning without becoming frustrated or despondent. 853 more words
There are some traits that I believe stand out above all in great educators and school leaders. These traits typify the ideal of having educators that are lifelong learners striving to be the very best that they can be and making a positive difference to students and the school community at large. 369 more words
I’m writing this from seat 20D of my easy jet flight from Copenhagen after a fantastic 2 week family holiday in Denmark. I’m guessing most reflections have been written & read but family first and so 3 weeks after the event and with tunes from the ADE soundtrack blasting in my ear here are my reflections on a week of learning, laughter & friendship. 984 more words