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Dealing with your first term worries - get your questions answered TODAY

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by gailrobinson, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. TES teacher training and NQT expert James Williams will be live on the TES New Teachers website on Tuesday December 13 between 5pm and 6:30pm to answer all your questions about dealing with first term woes and getting ready for the new year.

    At some point during the first term many new teachers 'hit the wall'. But James will be here to offer words of reassurance and support and to help anybody who feels teaching is all getting a bit 'too much' for them.

    Why not get your questions in early to make sure your question goes to the top of the list.
    Watch the live webchat on December 13 5-6.30pm

  2. I'm looking fcorward to the webchat, so get your questions in early. No matter how silly you may think the question is, I bet someone else is having the same thought. I'll do my uttmost to give you the best advice I can.

  3. Hi James. I'm a secondary maths NQT coming to the end of my first term and feel like I'm still making all the same errors as my PGCE year. Not setting homework regularly enough, not following through sanctions, not tracking students progress effectively, don't have an effective marking and feedback syste
    . I'm spending all my time planning lessons and don't have time for anything else (that's how it feels anyway). I would just like some practical tips to start me off on the right track. New term, new year, new start so to speak.

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