Safe to say I have been totally AWOL this week 🤦🏼‍♀️ I have finished my observation week at my first school and loved it, but oh man has it been overwhelming!! It currently seems impossible to be planning and teaching in school as well as gathering evidence for uni folders AND doing a master's essay. HOW DO YOU TIME MANAGE PEOPLE?! ⏰ (lovely post from supportive friends also very much helps)
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Nothing says Sunday fun like pumpkin carving 🎃
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I only recently heard about this young girl. She was in Hiroshima when the atomic bomb was dropped in WW2 and her story is so heartbreaking. Every year when I teach WW2 I try to give a broad overview of the war. Unintentional bias is hard to avoid since there are so many super resources that approach it from the Allies’ perspective. I’m definitely going to use this in future so Japan and the aftermath of the atomic bomb aren’t such an oversight in my teaching. The pink book would make an excellent read aloud and the picture book, which is just an adapted version, could be explored in English too. #sadako #athousandpapercranes #hiroshima #peacememorial #folktale #literacy #biography #history #worldwartwo #japan #ww2 #novels #reading #primaryteacher #sese #readaloud #perspective #iteachtoo #teachersofig #teachersfollowteachers #teachersofinstagram
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‘My Reading Response Journal’ now on TpT by Teacher Inspo 123. Promotes reading comprehension and critical thinking skills! No-prep...just print! 😊 #tooeasy
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does anyone else feel overwhelmed by the length of their to-do list at the moment?! no matter how much I do, I always seem to have another 6 things I haven’t even started yet... ah man😅🤷🏼‍♀️ #todolist #teachersmentalhealth
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