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Six Simple Ways to De-Stress this Summer Holiday

The Summer holidays are almost here, but for some of us getting into the holiday mode is not that easy. Often teachers will be already stressing about the next term, their student’s grades and lesson plans instead of relaxing and enjoying being on holiday. While it is important to be prepared for the new school…

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Fitting in Fitness as a Teacher

Being a teacher and staying fit can be a difficult task to do and often when you start teaching your usual workout schedule gets thrown out the window to make time for new priorities, such as marking papers. So if you’re struggling to find the perfect balance between work, being social and exercising, here are…

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Master a Staycation this Summer

Summer is here and you haven’t had a proper vacation in months, but maybe this year you are not going to go abroad on vacation. While traveling to an exotic island seems like the perfect vacation, the truth is that this time of the year is the perfect time to stay at home and just…

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5 Tips to Make Marking Papers Easier

Marking papers is beneficial in communicating with the students what they have done right and what they need to improve on, but it is not an easy task to do. Below are 5 tips to make marking papers easier.   1 Margin Marking Writing comments on top of the student’s work can get very confusing,…

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5 Simple Tips to Improve Communication with Students

Communication from teachers to students is crucial in and outside of the classroom. Effective communication can help build a strong relationship with you and your students and can improve your overall experience as a teacher. Here are 5 easy and simple tips to help you improve communication with your students.   1 Be open to…

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Podcasts for Teachers

Podcasts basically cover almost every topic you can think of. The benefit is that you can carry this library of knowledge and listen at your leisure. It comes as no surprise that the education world has developed some noteworthy podcasts that challenge education perspectives and delivers advice for new and mature professionals. After careful consideration,…

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A week in Kenya, training teachers

Day 1: Hi all, Ash and I have made it safely to Kenya. We spent Sunday recovering from our flight, prepping for Monday, and getting to know our great team of volunteers. Monday has started really well, the Memusi teachers welcomed us back with open arms and the volunteers have wasted no time getting into…

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How to monitor student progress in the classroom

As teachers we all know it is extremely important to monitor the progress of students in the classroom but is it something we’re doing on a regular basis? Could we be doing it better or more efficiently? When sending candidates to an interview with a potential school we have a quick chat about the interview…

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