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Reading Recovery Valued

Discussion in 'Workplace dilemmas' started by gwhittaker, May 2, 2011.

  1. I was employed a year ago to support standards and teaching in a small school. Now I teach Reading Recovery but I feel that my work is not valued by one of the teachers I work with. They offer no encouragement to the children I take and when I praise and say I will show their teacher their good work they refuse. She barely speaks to me and shows no iinterest in my work or the children's progress. I am upset at this lack of support and feel she thinks I am interfering in her class and undermining her teaching, which is not the case at all, they are a good teacher all round.

    What can I do to gain her confidence? I am considerably older than this teacher too.
     

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