Posts Tagged ‘PGCE blog’

NQT blog: I was told the last few weeks would be relaxed, calm and easy

By CarolIne D | 27 Jun, 2014 | 0 Comments
Teaching physics... nothing to fear?

As term winds down, Lisa finds herself busy with unexpected tasks such as UCAS forms and fixing the school telescope, plus she still has to tame her Year 9s. Given the choice, would she rather be a stay at home mum?   End of year exams marked, check. Reports written years 7 – 9, almost check. UCAS […]

NQT blog: “mis-pronouncing ‘tongs’ as ‘thongs’ in front of thirty 14 year-old boys”

By Joe W | 14 May, 2014 | 0 Comments
Teaching physics... nothing to fear?

Lisa is juggling many new experiences, having begun her NQT induction in January after taking time out to have a baby.   “It has been a good four months that I have been working part-time as an NQT in an outstanding, extremely well-performing small selective school as well as being a new mum. There are […]

Student teacher: Learning to teach is harder than doing three PhDs

By Lisa | 17 Jun, 2013 | 0 Comments
Teaching physics... nothing to fear?

Our student teacher slogging her way towards the end of the year. It’s all been worth while, though. Especially now she has her very own nickname.

Student teacher: Watching time fly and remaining bouncy

By Lisa | 25 Mar, 2013 | 0 Comments
Teaching physics... nothing to fear?

Our student blogger is over half way through the year. She has started a new school placement and has even found time to interview for jobs… now she has a few pearls of wisdom which are well worth taking note of.

Student teacher: Learning to juggle and using a box of tricks

By Lisa | 15 Jan, 2013 | 0 Comments
Teaching physics... nothing to fear?

A third of the way through her PGCE and our blogger is still as enthusiastic as ever, despite facing the challenges of having to teach subjects that she doesn’t feel comfortable with. “Even though I see the importance of science as a whole, I struggle enormously with teaching chemistry at KS4.”

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