As the summer holidays come to an end, it won’t be long before we are back in the classroom with our new students. Take a look at the 7 tips below to give the best first impression and kick off 2016 to a great start. #1 Clean out your emails If you are anything like me,… Continue reading Back to School: Teacher Edition
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel” – Maya Angelou. Above is a quote that you have probably heard many times before, but have you ever really thought about it? Have you ever applied it to your daily… Continue reading Making a Difference
So many adults are afraid of failure, myself included, but is it really that scary? What is it about failure that we are so afraid of? Is it that we think we will look silly or stupid? Do we have a need to be good at everything? Is it all tied in with our insecurities?… Continue reading Failure
As a teacher, and like many teachers I know, I find that I am often feeling exhausted. (Image: imagerymajestic / FreeDigitalPhotos.Net) The first chapter of Gretchen Rubin’s ‘The Happiness Project’, suggests the following: Go to sleep earlier (ensure that you get the recommended 8 hours of sleep each night) Exercise (go for a walk, there… Continue reading Tired? Exhausted? I hear you.