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5 Essential Voice Care Tips for Teachers

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Are you taking care of your voice? Read our five essential voice care tips for teachers to make sure you’re never without your primary teaching resource – your voice!   […]

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Teachers’ Work-Life Balance Blunders

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Teaching is a tough gig that can consume a teacher’s life. Numerous tasks can keep a teacher going after school until the small hours of the morning unless the teacher […]

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5 Effective Ways to Use Music in Lessons

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Used selectively and with careful planning behind it, music can enhance learning like no other stimulus. We outline 5 effective ways to use music in lessons through Songs for Teaching […]

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Ten Things That Make Teaching Worthwhile

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There are many things that make teaching tough let’s explore what makes the job all worth it. Here are Ten Things That Make Teaching Worthwhile: 10) Variety in the Job […]

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6 Reasons to Use Music in the Classroom

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We’ve all heard of the ‘Mozart Effect’ and I am a firm believer that music, particularly when combined with strong visuals, can make an indelible impression on young minds. This […]

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11 Reasons Why Teachers Have Got It Easy

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Teaching in the UK is stressful? Pull the other one! Of all the so called professionals, teachers are surely the least deserving of recognition and reward. Forever moaning about their […]

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Top Teaching Tips

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Every now and again, Songs for Teaching will offer a bite size teaching tip to our loyal subscribers and readers. We hope you enjoy the first installment of our Top Teaching Tips. Drum roll please… […]

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What New Teachers Need to Know About Managing Behaviour

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  Principles for effective behavior management Classroom teaching can be regarded as more art than an exact science. What works for one may not work for another but that’s not […]

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Being a Design and Technology Coordinator

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The journey of a Design and Technology Coordinator (part one) Upon completion of the NQT induction year, teachers encounter a number of new challenges. For example, teachers no longer receive […]

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Teaching Bereaved Children

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8 Ways Teachers Can Help a Bereaved Child One of the toughest days of my teaching career came one morning when I received the terrible news that one of my […]

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