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How to Differentiate Effectively - 10 Tips for Teachers - Rahoo - CPD Courses
5 Tips for Setting Up a SET Classroom
5 Tips for Setting Up a SET Classroom
5 Tips for Setting Up a SET Classroom
5 Tips for Setting Up a SET Classroom
5 Tips for Setting Up a SET Classroom
5 Tips for Setting Up a SET Classroom
5 Tips for help teachers working as a Special Education Teacher
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5 Tips for Setting up a SET Classroom
There are endless opportunities in Special Education to develop your skills as a teacher. It is a role where you can experience many aspects of teaching and learn new strategies. I feel that my having been in SET, I am using my knowledge within the classroom and I can apply the classroom support model effectively with children.
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January Course of the Month: The Teacher Savings Plan - Rahoo - CPD Courses
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How can Teachers make marking effective and efficient?
We are not trying to big ourselves up here, but a participant in one of our workshops got in touch after a few weeks to let us know that this resource was… “Life Changing”! It is so simple and allows teachers to be effective and efficient – win win! Check it out for yourself.
It is our mission to encourage and support the empowered decision-making of teachers.  And that is exactly what is needed when the work piles up and the you-know-what hits the fan!  Empowered decisions. Smarter Goals, Eisenhower Matrix, Time Management Techniques, Grammar Tips, Language Goals, Leadership Training, Learn Faster
3 ways Teachers can avoid drowning under heavy workload
It is our mission to encourage and support the empowered decision-making of teachers. And that is exactly what is needed when the work piles up and the you-know-what hits the fan! Empowered decisions.
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Should staff meetings be banned?
We’ve all been there – at the staff meeting that could have been a post-it note or internally rolling our eyes at the latest gripe by the school moaner. Is this something that is just part of the job and we should accept it or is it something that we should inspect more critically?
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Psychological Impact of Dyspraxia
Do you work with children who find it difficult to coordinate their physical selves, as well as their academic work and time management?
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Back to School Tips for Teachers
Going back to school is a nerve-wrecking time for everyone – including teachers! It is a brand new start; a chance to do things differently and establish a new routine. We asked some of our followers what are their “Back to School” tips for teachers.
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Teachers - are you talking too much?
There is much research and commentary around teacher talk-time versus student-talk time. There are even lesson planning and observation tools that allow teachers to monitor their talking time in lessons. It is certainly useful and worth keeping an eye on to make sure that teachers are not doing all the talking and learning time becomes lectures.
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3 Ways Teachers can Work Smarter
The reoccurring, and ever-important, issue of work-life balance comes to the fore as we reflect on the school year almost over. How can we build on our successes and adapt to improve our areas of development, both personally and professionally?
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3 Tips from Teacher Toolkit
Ross is passionate about reducing teacher workload whilst increasing teacher impact. He has successfully lobbied the UK government and the inspectorate Ofsted about a number of their practices which were not in line with best practice and causing untold damage to teacher wellbeing. He is most famous for his 5-minute lesson plan (which I used regularly when I was in the classroom) which has been downloaded over 1 million times around the world!