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Interview - discussion topics - helpand opinions please!!!!! :D - Prospective student teachers - TES Connect

Interview - discussion topics - helpand opinions please!!!!! :D - Prospective student teachers - TES Connect
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Bonne Question This is why teachers leave teaching On Thursday, Mark Clarkson wrote a blog post that started off like this: I seriously considered leaving education today. And if I had a viable exit strategy I might have taken it further. Note the end of that sentence: a young, talented teacher with so much to offer the world feels like he has no ‘viable exit strategy’. I should know. You should go and read Mark’s post. On top of the ridiculous workload teachers like Mark experience each year, he notes that the benefits aren’t exactly stellar: At the same time I am told that I will have to work for another 36 years. I’ve been out of the classroom for just over two years now. Although I would say this, I think we need a review of what we’re doing when it comes to schools. I’ll give the last word to Mark. I’m not leaving teaching today, because there are still too many moments that I enjoy. Image CC BY-NC paulbence

TeachersTalk :: Teachers Forum Teachable: Top Quality Teaching Resources Formation balado La formation se déroule sur 2 jours. Lors de la première journée, les stagiaires s’initient aux manipulations de base (abonnement à un podcast, transfert de fichier sur lecteur MP3, captures d’écran , mise en page sous Word) et élaborent une fiche de compréhension à partir du fichier audio sélectionné qu’ils pourront tester sur leurs élèves avant la séance suivante. La fiche est ensuite mise en ligne sur le site à l’attention des collègues. Le second jour est plus axé sur les manipulations informatiques: retouche de fichiers audio et vidéo, captures de vidéos, utilisation de PowerPoint pour la correction de la compréhension orale. Pour télécharger le déroulement détaillé du stage, cliquer sur l’icône ci-contre Lors de la formation, les stagiaires ont recours au dossier « balado » mis à disposition par les formateurs, qu’ils peuvent ensuite emporter sur leur clé USB. Cliquer sur l’icône pour un aperçu du contenu du dossier « balado »

Targets, targets, targets Target: Make a table. So, you need wood, screws, a saw, screwdriver, a tape measure and spirit level. All the raw materials you need are laid out. Setting to work, you know that as long as you put everything together properly, follow the instructions and give yourself the time, you will end up with a table. But hang on, the wood has been taken off by someone else to be given some extra intensive wood training. You want to make a table, so you get the materials and you are directly responsible for whether the table ends up being fit for purpose, or whether it looks more like a small rodent shelter. In teaching, you may have the raw materials, but there are so many variables. However, students are not planks of wood. Don’t get me wrong, poor teaching should not be allowed to hamper student progress. We seem to live in a time where when something goes wrong it is someone else’s fault.

Overview of the teaching and education sector in the UK As well as options to teach a variety of subjects and age groups, there are many other roles in the education sector for graduates to consider… What areas of education can I work in? Employment opportunities can be grouped into: Teaching: adult and community education; early years (aged 0-5); further education; higher education; non-school - home, pupil referral unit, hospital, prison; primary; private tuition - English, maths, music, dance; secondary; special educational needs (SEN); teaching English as a foreign/second language. Other education roles include: academic or school librarianship; careers guidance; education administration; educational psychology; educational publishing; education social work; schools liaison; museum education; outdoor education/environmental education; training and development. For examples of job roles in this sector, see graduate jobs in teaching and education. Who are the main graduate employers? The main employers are: What's it like working in the sector?

Freetech4Teachers This page is where you can find resources related to my presentations about creating effective blogs and websites to complement instruction. How to create a Blogger blog. How to turn on comment moderation in Blogger. How to add or subtract contributors to your Blogger blog. How to create an Edublogs blog. How to create a blog. How to create a Posterous blog. The Basics of Creating and Editing a Wikispaces Wiki.More, including a video tutorial, about using Wikispaces. Creating a Google Sites website. Ten Options for Creating Websites. Yola (formerly Synthasite) is the tool that I am currently using to build websites for my department and other departments in my high school. Webs (formerly Free Webs) is another service that I have first-hand experience with in a school setting because my girlfriend (a teacher in another school district) uses it for her classes. Snap Pages provides a free service as well as a premium service for creating your custom website.

Filme - Deutsch - Europa Film Treasures 22 Ergebnisse - Seite << 1 2 3 4 >> Sterne in der Stadt - 1975 Regisseur: Haro SENFT Herkunft: Deutsch Dauer: 17' 53" Filmarchive: Deutsche Kinemathek Wenn oppositionelle Sternchen auf Sternchen an Schirmmützen treffen, stehen sich zwei unterschiedliche Sichtweisen der deutschen Gesellschaft gegenüber. Regisseur: Haro SENFT Herkunft: Deutsch Dauer: 18' 30" Filmarchive: Deutsche Kinemathek Die traumartige Irrfahrt eines Kindes, das sich nur eines wünscht: der brutalen Wirklichkeit der Welt, die es umgibt, zu entkommen. Supertramp Portrait 1970 - 1970 Regisseur: Haro SENFT Herkunft: Deutsch Dauer: 10' 22" Filmarchive: Deutsche Kinemathek Der erste gefilmte Auftritt einer jungen Rockgruppe, der zu einem der beliebtesten Musikfilme der 70er-Jahre wird: Supertramp! Aus unserem Arbeitstag - 1969 Regisseur: Manfred DURNIOK Herkunft: Deutsch Dauer: 9' 8" Filmarchive: Deutsche Kinemathek Kinematographische Übung : musikalische Untermalung eines Arbeitstages in der Fabrik. Zum Seitenanfang National College for School Leadership Free Technology for Teachers 100 Amazing How-To Sites to Teach Yourself Anything | Rated Colleges - StumbleUpon Posted by Site Administrator in Online Learning May 7th, 2009 Learning new skills and expanding your knowledge doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg. There are loads of free resources on the Web that can help you find instructional videos, tutorials and classes to learn a wide variety of skills from fixing basic car problems to speaking another language. With 100 sites to choose from, you’re bound to find something here that will help you learn just about anything you could want. General Tutorials These sites offer a wide range of tutorials and videos. Around the House Want to know how to fix that broken cabinet or hang up some great wallpaper? Business and Management If you feel like you’re seriously lacking on business and management skills at work, no need to worry. KnowThis? Language and Writing Those who want to learn a new language, improve their writing skills or just learn more about literature will be well-served by these instructional sites. Technology Math S.O.S. Science Creativity

Reform the Death Star of Ofsted, or it's time to blow it up. - Tom Bennett - Blog - Tom Bennett It was a year ago, at the London Festival of Education, that I listened to Michael Wilshaw, the Commissar of Ofsted, promise a packed room that from then on, the inspectors wouldn't be looking for a particular teaching style; that what was sought was, instead, evidence that children were learning, however it happened. The Dementors of recent history, with their prescriptions and prejudices, were to be retrained and taught to smile. This mattered, because many commentators, myself included had long noted that Ofsted had become a lash and a rack of good teaching, rather than an instrument of accountability. It had gone from microscope to centrifuge; it affected rather than observed the school experiment. True to his word, Wilshaw has harrowed the guidelines into a less prescriptive shape, insisting that teachers would no longer be scored down for failing to satisfy this Shibboleth or that. Plus there is a greater concern- the quality of the inspectors. It could be done.