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How To Succeed in Your Next Interview – Guest Post by Pooky Hesmondhalgh of the Creative Ed...

How To Succeed in Your Next Interview – Guest Post by Pooky Hesmondhalgh of the Creative Education Blog

Once again, I’m pleased to have Pooky Hesmodhalgh @CreativeEdu from the Creative Education Blog guest posting on SITC. Here, she offers some great advice when going into that interview. I found this of particular interest, since I’m scheduled to interview for an administration position this week. Wish me luck. Thank you again, Pooky. So, without further […]

Classroom Management – Donald Trump Style

Classroom Management – Donald Trump Style

I was honored to have Michael Graffin (@mgraffin) from A Relief Teacher’s Journey ask me to guest post on his blog. Michael has been one of SITC’s greatest sources of encouragement and support. Michael even opened his wallet and donated money toward the fundraiser that I put on at my school to fight childhood leukemia. […]

5 Reasons Kids Hate Your Lessons – and Some Simple Solutions

5 Reasons Kids Hate Your Lessons – and Some Simple Solutions

This is a guest post by Pooky Hesmondhalgh from the Creative Education Blog and was first published here. Okay, don’t take it personally… I’m sure that kids don’t really hate your lessons… but if every now and then one or two kids seem disaffected then here are some common reasons why.  These were all come […]