Monthly Archives: March 2013

Developing a Coaching Culture

“Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action.”┬áPeter Drucker Earlier this week, I had the privilege of listening to acclaimed academic, Jan Robertson, a highly regarded academic and expert in coaching and … Continue reading

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What makes a good teacher?

I read an article in this morning’s newspaper and then listened with interest to the conversation on morning radio, about some of the submissions made to the State Gov’t about ways to improve teacher training. It got me thinking about … Continue reading

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Bursts of inspiration

My philosophy as a teacher has been largely shaped by my love of teaching and learning, my determination to help each of my students achieve their personal best and to equip them with skills to be lifelong learners. As a … Continue reading

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A long time between posts

Well since my previous post, much has taken place. I’ve got my first year as Curriculum Coordinator under my belt. I’ve finished my first year in a new school! I’ve reflected on 2012 and planned for 2013. When I finished … Continue reading

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