Propose a topic for the 18th of February
Propose a topic for the 18th of February.
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i would for teachers to share their perceptions of teacher research as a cod tool. Why they chose this route. What impact has it had in their practice and pedagogic knowledge and also on their identity as a teacher.
DELTA, DipTESOL or MA? Which is the best route to go down?
How much of your teaching life spills over into your ‘private’ life? Does this work well for you? Do your worlds intertwine or collide?
I’d like to chat about decisions teachers make while teaching. What tells you it’s time to move to the next stage of your lesson? How do we know when to bin our lesson plan? How can we avoid the urge – common among task-oriented people (ie teachers!) – to execute the plan willy nilly?
I’ve been looking for this in the summaries, but couldn’t find anything on the teacher-parent relationship, especially how to deal with difficult parents. I didn’t know how lucky I was before our school started offering classes for young learners. So maybe this would be an interesting topic to discuss.
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