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Applying for teaching jobs? Read this ...

There's some excellent advice for anyone applying for a teaching position in this blog of feedback to applicants who weren't shortlisted by Headteacher, Mr Woodrow. Feel free to add your own tips in the comments...
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#6 “ Visit The School. Please Visit The School. “ – Feedback For Non-Shortlisted Teaching Candidates
For the first time in a long time, our school has needed to recruit. We were really happy with the quality, depth and number of candidates, but you obviously can’t shortlist everyone and so lots of…
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Here's to a brand new week 🙌

and happy holidays to those of you starting out on your summer break. (Apologies to anyone who is still working). We're interested to know what you do differently in the holidays compared to term time. What's one thing you will do today that...
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📚A new book for international teaching!

Congratulations to @EarlyYearsJess 👏 on the publication of this brilliant new step-by-step guide to international teaching. Find out more here...
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New book for international teachers by Jess Gosling | Blog | Teacheroo
Jess Gosling shares the scoop on her new book, Becoming a Successful International Teacher: a concise step-by-step guide to international teaching >

Let's hear it for our newest members 👏

Hello and welcome. It's great to have you hear. We'd love to know more about you: ⚡️What do you teach? ⚡️Where are you located? ⚡️What are you most looking forward to about the summer break? #NewRoo @Neha @asharanjith @leazy84...
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⚡️What are your highlights of the year? ⚡️

It's been a particularly tough academic year for anyone involved in education but it's always good to try and end on a positive and remember the best bits. If you had to make a highlight reel of the year, what would you put on...
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'How much we have to learn and gain from each other and yet how rarely we seriously invest in doing so'

A great blog on Why Teaching Students How to Listen to Each Other Is More Important Than...
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Why Teaching Students How to Listen to Each Other Is More Important Than Ever (and How to Do It)
Last week a friend of mine introduced me to an app called Radio Garden that allows you to listen to tens of thousands of local radio stations across the world. Since then my trips to the store, day…

How to celebrate the end of term? 🎉

With the advent of the school holidays it’s finally time to celebrate the end of the term. Teachers and students alike all deserve recognition for the hard work that’s been put in . . . and, of course, of the achievements made. What will you be...
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How to celebrate the end of term | Blog | Teacheroo
Discover the best ways to mark the academic milestone and celebrate the end of term with the help of Teacheroo >

Teachers as Whale Trainers...

This is a thought provoking blog about positive encouragement in the classroom and includes some practical tips too. Let us know what you think... 💬 medium.com/...
Teachers As Whale Trainers
How and why to apply positive and negative reinforcement strategies in the classroom to improve learning outcomes and build relationships.
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Let's hear it for our newest members 👏

Welcome to Teacheroo! Our top tips: ⚡️Follow other users tagged in this post. ⚡️Join a group ⚡️Write a post and intro yourself. and if you are looking for some tips for using the app, take a look at this vid...
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Video: How to use the Teacheroo app 😻
If you are new to Teacheroo and still finding your way around, then then video is for you. Hit play for tips on how to navigate the app, join groups, browse and find teachers to follow and enjoy the full benefits of being a Teacheroo member. Happy watching! ⏩ #newroo #teacherootips #howto

How many of this ultimate list of books have you read? 📚

The Book Trust have put together a list of 100 of the best books for children from the last 100 years. It's 'the ultimate booklist to read before you're 14.' How many have you read? Take the quiz and let us know....
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100 best books for children
This is our list of the 100 best books for children from the last 100 years. It is the ultimate booklist to read before you're 14, with books for children 0-5, 6-8, 9-11 and 12-14 years.

Expectations - June #MonthlyWritingChallenge

'Finally, it hit me: what do my students expect of me? That was what I wanted to reflect on in this month’s writing challenge. And to ask myself whether I meet their expectations.' This is a great blog about the expectations of our students...
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Expectations
I started drafting this entry thinking about everything I had been told during my initial training and early career about the necessity of having high expectations of my pupils and how I had tried …

A look at Dan Willingham’s Why Don’t Students Like School.

This blog by Tom Sherrington is a thorough look at Dan Willingham’s Why Don’t Students Like School. Both are definitely worth a look. teacherhead.com/... #BookReview
The genius of DT Willingham and WDSLS.
This week I received a delivery of Dan Willingham’s Why Don’t Students Like School 2nd Edition from the bookshop and I’ve been reading through it, taking it in, refreshing my conn…
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Let's hear it for our newest members 👏

Welcome to Teacheroo - it's great to have you here. Make yourself at home and feel free to introduce yourself using the hashtag #NewRoo in your first post. Let us know: ⚡️What or who you teach ⚡️Where you teach ⚡️and who you'd like to add...
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Monday Question - Can you share some advice? 💬

Lots of teachers have been finding out that they have got new classes or new tutor/ form groups next academic year. Some are excited to be a tutor for the first time too. What is your best piece of advice or your favourite resource for getting...
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#DiverseEd Blog - My Journey to Belonging

This is a brilliant blog on belonging Written by Meirion Lewis, Assistant Principal at UAE Southbank, South London and there's two more parts to follow! 🙌 diverseeducators.co.uk/...
My Journey to Belonging | Diverse Educators
Brene Brown talks about belonging in the following way: ‘belonging is about being accepted for you… if I get to be me, I belong. If I have to be like you then I fit in’.
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Say hello to our newest members 👋👋

Welcome to Teacheroo - it's great to have you here 🙌 Here's 3 top tips to help you get the best out of the community: ⚡️Follow 5 other users tagged in this post. ⚡️Join 2 groups that interest you. ⚡️Share your first update introducing...
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