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7 Ways To Set Expectations

7 Ways To Set Expectations

Fabian DarkuFabian Darku is a Lecturer in Further Education. He specialises in Teaching and Learning and Further Education Sport courses. He has a drive to maintain high learner expectations and invigorates learners to produce positive…

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8 Tips For Becoming A Teacher Role Model

8 Tips For Becoming A Teacher Role Model

Fabian DarkuFabian Darku is a Lecturer in Further Education. He specialises in Teaching and Learning and Further Education Sport courses. He has a drive to maintain high learner expectations and invigorates learners to produce positive…

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The 5 Wonders of Teaching

The 5 Wonders of Teaching

James ManwaringJames Manwaring is Director of Music for Windsor Learning Partnership, a Multi-Academy Trust in Windsor, Berkshire. He oversees music for the 4 schools in the trust and has been working in music education for…

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Podcast 11: Why Should Teachers Model Resilience?

Podcast 11: Why Should Teachers Model Resilience?

Iesha SmallThink Tank associate at LKMco and podcaster for Teacher Toolkit. Iesha is a teacher, writer, podcast producer and speaker. Former school leader who is interested in challenging status quo and solutions. Read more about…

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What Does A Global Teacher Prize Winner Look Like?

What Does A Global Teacher Prize Winner Look Like?

Hollie JonesHollie Jones is a History teacher, currently working in Birmingham. Prior to earning her PGDipEd from the University of Birmingham in 2016, she worked in a range of schools from inner city comprehensives in…

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Making Our Private Lives Public

Making Our Private Lives Public

Jack GulstonJack writes for the Teacher Toolkit site from a primary perspective and is in his third year of teaching. He worked as a teaching assistant in a special needs school for 3 years before…

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50 Teacher Superpowers

50 Teacher Superpowers

John DabellI trained as a primary school teacher 25 years ago, starting my career in London and then I taught in a range of schools in the Midlands. In between teaching jobs, I worked as…

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