Independent Safeguarding Authority. Hainault Forest Website. SURF JUX. Job Interview Tips. What’s Here If you’re searching for a teaching job in 2015, this page will help you prepare for interviews and put your best foot forward.
The main purpose of this page, though, is to help you really evaluate whether a school will be a good fit so you can get the right teaching position for YOU. Who Am I To Give Advice? I’ve changed schools a lot and have been on 14 job interviews during my teaching career: I was offered every position on the spot except two. An uninformed person might conclude that I’ve just got it like that, but the truth is, I was fortunate to have sought positions during extreme teacher shortages. My advice on this page comes from that perspective, so I’m really not the best person to advise you on landing a position that hundreds of other teachers are vying for. What To Wear My personal opinion is that a prospective teacher should dress more formally for an interview than for the actual job itself. Tips for Landing a Job Interview 1. 2. 3. 4. Philosophy of Education. Creating Class E-Books. This post is inspired by a video presentation given by Ian Addison at last nights TeachMeet Bedford.
In the video he demonstrate an excellent e-book created by Colin Hill (@Colport) and his class. To create the e-book they used the website myebook.com. You can view their ebook here. Student work was scanned and uploaded to the website which then creates the on-screen version of the book. You can even embed audio. As Ian says in the video this means you can still produce great looking ebooks from what might initially be a non-ICT task – pupils could draw and handwrite stories which then form part of the book.
It’s a great way for collating and sharing pupil work with parents – create an end-of-term (or year) book to summarise the work done or create a special book for a class project. To make your own book – go to and sign up for a free account. Thanks again to Colin and Ian for sharing the idea! Prehistoric puppets and models. Writing prompts: Archive. The Vampire Killer « mrstottstories. The Vampire Killer – a short story by Mr Stott It was an exceptionally cold October night, Alex was completing his homework.
The wind battered the window and the trees, almost bare with the onset of Autumn, shook violently from side to side. Alex stood to draw his bedroom curtains to try and block out the distractions of the autumn evening. Chinese Name and English Name. Learn your Chinese name.
The names are in alphabetical order by gender. Click on the first letter of the English name to see the Chinese name. The Chinese names are translated based on the English pronunciation of the names. The Chinese names are written in simplified characters, which are used in Mainland China. Female Chinese Name: Male Chinese Name: Don't see your name here? To find your last name in Chinese, please see English Last Names in Chinese. Chilledteaching - Education Blog & Resource Site. A New Peace Symbol — Fighting Words.