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Observing other teachers

Discussion in 'Primary' started by cheekycheeky, Sep 14, 2011.

  1. I am supply teaching and want to use the time when I am not working productively. What i would like to do is get out there and observe AST's. Would it be possible to do this? How would I go about it?

    All advice is welcomed.
     
  2. I am supply teaching and want to use the time when I am not working productively. What i would like to do is get out there and observe AST's. Would it be possible to do this? How would I go about it?

    All advice is welcomed.
     
  3. Watch all the teaching you can and pick up the bits you think are good. ASTs are often just those who are friendly enough to the Head to get extra money. It is no guarantee that they are any good.
     

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