Managing classroom behaviour can be a challenge for teaching assistants and it is important that they can encourage suitable behaviour in class and around the school. There can be many reasons why some students misbehave, and it is important to know which strategies work in the right situation. An approach which works in one school may not work in another, so it is important to know how to apply the positive behaviour system your school has as pupils will be familiar with it.
Starting your new career as a teacher in a primary school or secondary school can be daunting for many recently qualified teachers. As an Early Career Teacher (ECT), you are likely to face many challenges in finding a teaching job that best suits you, your lifestyle, and your experience. Here are some of the more common struggles with suggestions how to overcome them. Securing a role It can be difficult to secure a permanent role as there is a lot of competition for teaching
Engaging students with English lessons can be difficult, but there is a wealth of engaging authors and plays to help make the subject appealing for students. English may not be a strong point for some people, but it can become popular when it’s taught in a way that encourages and rewards participation. Here are four tips on how you can provide English lessons that get the best from your pupils. A selection of teaching styles
One way to engage students is by alternating betwee