This one is not just for inspiring our kids to have a growth mindset….but also for inspiring ourselves!
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How do we solve a problem like a project? Hoping your classroom is in a better state than mine!
She’s so generous. Thanks Oprah.
We’ve all been there. Hope your return to the classrooms has been positive!
Okay, okay, I guess this isn’t technically a provocation for you to do your best teaching work, but it’s a laugh, and considering we’re all back to work (those of us in the Northern Hemisphere, at least!), I’m sure we could all do with a laugh and a couple of moments of staring into JT’s eyes.
Quite a bit of change around these parts this year! Not only did I move back to Kent, start my first teaching job in the UK, renovate my house and get married (yay!), I also made a positive but significant career move. Pals, I’m heading back to Primary School!
Something different for today’s Monday Provocation: I’m so happy to announce that I’ll be taking my first Year 4 class, and I truly could not be more excited! It will be a challenge to move from secondary drama teaching to the full spectrum of Primary education, but one that I’m going to tackle with a smile on my face. The team at Wainscott Primary is full of enthusiasm and passion for their jobs and for their students, and are excited by the myriad opportunities that technology can bring to our classrooms.
Does that sound right up my street, or does that sound right up my street? It’s definitely full systems go at The Creative Teacher Project!
I’d also like to take the opportunity to say ‘hello!’ to any of my new parents who have looked up the blog – thank you so much for taking the time to connect! I’d love for you to stick around and comment where you feel inspired to, and to be a part of the wonderful education community that WordPress is now home to. From the bottom of my heart, welcome, and I so look forward to knowing you better as the year progresses!