We teach well when:

We are confident.
We are enthusiastic. 
We are supported.

You bring the enthusiasm.
We give you the material you need to be confident.
Together we build a supportive learning community. 

It is vitally important for students to see beyond their immediate circumstances and develop empathy and a wider world view. This is the core of English and literature teaching. We Teach Well is committed to providing teachers with the resources and support they need to foster this understanding.

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A Confession, an Apology and Bright Shiny Objects

Bright Shiny Objects (BSO):  Any new, interesting, intriguing, colourful idea, strategy or possibility. Designed to excite, stimulate, side-track, deviate and beguile. Guaranteed to deflect focus. Confession Long before it was diagnosed many of my students labelled me...

What my Naughty Dog taught me about Students.

I have a very naughty dog. He was adopted from the SPCA in Singapore when I was teaching there and was about 2 years old at the time. For the first few days he was quite tentative and unsure of me, but that did not last long. By the end of the first week he would race...

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