Happy world teachers’ day to all who read this post!
It was a sad start to my world teachers’ day as my two favourite students were leaving. I didn’t think I could connect so much with elementary students: I didn’t know what we’d talk about and how we could even build a relationship, but we did, and I will miss them. They reminded me how rewarding it can be to teach elementary students and the interesting challenges that you face everyday. They’d been with me for only six weeks but it felt like just a few days. I wish they’d stayed longer but it is a very sad part of our jobs that the best and closest students all have to leave at some point. It was a sad morning and made me almost forget about world teachers’ day.
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After a long time away from the blogging world, so I could focus on my DELTA Module One, I am proud to say that I passed with a distinction. In this blog, I want to share some of my tips for anyone else who is thinking of, or in the process of, doing their Module One.
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We moved back from Spain last year to England, and when we landed we were fresh out of ideas, but we settled down to a new job in Oxford, and have come across a fantastic website, that we have found very useful for students.
https://writeandimprove.com/ is a really useful tool for helping students with their writing both in and out of the classroom:
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