As a supply teacher, it’s inevitable that you may feel a bit nervous when starting at a new school. But, with the right attitude and preparation, there’s no doubt that you’ll be able to make a great impression and feel much more relaxed.
Last week Step Teachers held their first Cover Supervisor Training. It was well attended by the group large enough to ensure there were enough chat and support with some excellent questions being asked. The session started with what it means to be a Cover Supervisor. Then it moved on to what’s expected of cover supervisors by schools and vice versa.
by Georgia Holleran (for more about The Modern Educator’s Emporium of Smart Thinking go to:www.thesmartthinkingclub.com).
Angry parents are always fearful to behold. They seem to call into question your professional integrity and the way you work. Obviously this will bring feelings of anxiety in where they’re not needed. Parents and teachers need to work together to achieve the goal, which is ultimately to do the best they can by their child.