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A good reason for me to feel satisfied …

Just met an ex-student who is now a teacher at the same school in which I was his form teacher back in 2001. Oh my, how time flies! And he looks almost exactly the same. I feel happy every time … Continue reading

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What makes my day …..

I’m doing relief teaching again today, at a school in Dover Road. I’m now in the library, waiting for the next class to begin at 2.25pm. Just now, after the Physics class ended, students for the next lesson started trickling … Continue reading

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Quote on Teaching …

“If we teach today’s students as we taught yesterday’s, we rob them of tomorrow.” John Dewey

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A Tribute To My Teachers …

I suppose there’s no better day than today to pay a tribute to a great group of teachers – my ex-lecturers and tutors at the NIE who patiently guided me through my two-and-half-year Master of Education course. Because of them, … Continue reading

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Quote – on opportunity, hope and belief ….

“Given a proper environment with tender, loving care and a good dose of discipline, a single seed can blossom into beautiful roses. All children can be educated if given a chance and the belief.” (Frances Ess, a teacher, in TODAY, … Continue reading

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Quote – On the need to remove labelling …

“..persons marked as unworthy are unlikely to feel good enough to pose the questions in which learning begins, unlikely to experience whatever curriculum is presented as relevant to their being in the world.” (p. 212) Greene, M. (1993). Diversity and … Continue reading

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