Professional Journal –

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The Professional Journal of Christopher Waugh, the head of a London Secondary English Department. Every piece of work he and his students produce is published online – it starts here.

Louise Robinson-Lay‘s insight:

Christopher Waugh shares his reflections on his job as Head of English. He discusses his philosophies on teaching English, the ways that he works with staff and students and the material here really shows that he would be an outstanding department leader. Inspirational stuff.

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Professional Development and Attitude.

Professional Development and Attitude..

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I agree, when someone is trying to help you, even if you don’t want it, why would you feel the need to be rude and display behaviour that you would not tolerate in your students? Thankfully, this is rare behaviour. As teachers we are often subject to directives from our leadership team that we have to learn new initiatives, our students feel the same way. Most presenters are aware of this and try to do it in a fun and engaging way or at least to be succinct. I am mindful of this with our staff days looming. Let’s get through them with a sense of humour 🙂

Free lesson, workshops, tips and PD from NY awarding winning site

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Thirteen/WNET New York’s award-winning educational site providing free lesson plans, workshops, tips, instructional tv info and more for teachers, parents/caregivers and students.
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GROUP WISE: Strategies for examining student work together

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Learning Forward is the largest non-profit professional association committed to ensuring success for all students through staff development and school improvement.

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Lesson Blog – Ticking Mind Teacher Professional Development and Student Revision Programs

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Ticking Mind’s weekly lesson blog is a practical chronicle of lesson ideas for secondary English teachers. The blog provides engaging lesson plans…