Our 4 easy steps can put you firmly on the path to personal progression
Personal development is a lifelong process which should not end when you leave education. Adults should be constantly working on their own personal development not least for progression, but also for their own empowerment and self-worth.
We constantly grow as individuals as we age. Our tastes change, our hobbies and our preferences and so we may find ourselves on a career path which doesn’t seem right for us anymore.
Read on to find out how four easy steps can get you nearer to reaching your goals and your full potential.
Newly Qualitied Teachers undoubtably bring energy and enthusiasm to the classroom.
Work-life balance as a teacher may seem impossible but learning to manage your time effectively and shift your mindset slightly could make all the difference.
Endlessly working at home after long days teaching at school, whilst juggling family and life commitments is a sure-fire way to burn out and resent your career in teaching.
Catching ten minutes here and there to plan a PowerPoint presentation or mark thirty school books is never going to be an achievable goal.
So what steps can you take to achieve a work-life balance as a teacher? Read our top 10 work life balance tips for teachers now to find out!
Students are invigorated by their teachers' energy and motivation, but how do teachers stay motivated? Why are so many teachers leaving the profession rather than progressing in their educational careers? A teacher’s drive and desire to share their knowledge really is infectious but teachers can spend so much time motivating their students that they often forget that they must stay motivated themselves.
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