Posts Tagged ‘Early Career Teacher blog’

The first time I taught: Electrostatics

By CarolIne D | 27 Mar, 2015 | 0 Comments

Katie is a newly qualified teacher in a school where she is the only physics specialist. She is used to learning from her own mistakes so she didn’t let a broken Van der Graaff generator hold back her lesson on electrostatics         Year 10 Scheme of Work: Electrostatics. In my head flashed images of the […]

Early career teacher: A teacher’s job is never done

By Faris | 2 Jul, 2013 | 0 Comments

Faris is working all hours supporting students who are taking exams, but he’ll be sad to see them move on, especially those he has been teaching since he qualified. Then again, he realises it isn’t always goodbye…

Early career teacher: Let us not forget why we are here

By Faris | 29 Apr, 2013 | 0 Comments

Exams are looming and the pressure is on. Faris has been working hard for the children in his school and receiving excellent results. So why is he frustrated? Despite the challenges, he is still finding ways to enthuse his class and make himself laugh, too.

Early career teacher: Learning to find balance

By Faris | 16 Jan, 2013 | 0 Comments

After a long term, a school trip and end of term meetings, our early career blogger has been reflecting on which skills he needs to develop next.

Early Career Teacher Blog: Head of Physics but still more to learn

By Faris | 12 Nov, 2012 | 0 Comments
Early Career Teacher Blog: Head of Physics but still more to learn

He’s now in his third year, Head of Physics and learning the ropes of management on top of his busy teaching schedule.