Monthly Archives: October 2015

Building Grit, Character and Resilience through the Bigger Picture

Building Grit, Character and Resilience through the Bigger Picture Then again, in the multitudes of actions that demand a teacher’s precious time – lesson planning, resourcing, preparation, marking, progress tracking, carrying our duties, attending meetings, taking part in training sessions, … Continue reading

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Building Grit, Character and Resilience through Humility

Building Grit, Character and Resilience through Humility And of course, teaching is a two-way learning. Ask any of my students, they will tell you that I am at my most animated and effervescent when I learn something new from them. … Continue reading

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Building Grit, Character and Resilience through Vocabulary

Building Grit, Character and Resilience through Vocabulary Increasingly, I am becoming more convinced that the insufficiency of vocabulary is one of the barriers that stop many of my students from demonstrating sophistication in their reading and understanding of different types … Continue reading

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