Why teachers feel the need to compare themselves with other professions (and why it may not help) | missdcox

This started as a long blog post (staying in draft) following the staff dress code discussion on Twitter.  It got me thinking about how many times I’ve seen teachers & leaders in social media use comparisons with other professions to try and justify why teachers/education should do something in a certain way. A couple to … More Why teachers feel the need to compare themselves with other professions (and why it may not help) | missdcox

Why teachers feel the need to compare themselves with other professions (and why it may not help) | missdcox

This started as a long blog post (staying in draft) following the staff dress code discussion on Twitter.  It got me thinking about how many times I’ve seen teachers & leaders in social media use comparisons with other professions to try and justify why teachers/education should do something in a certain way. A couple to … More Why teachers feel the need to compare themselves with other professions (and why it may not help) | missdcox

The argument for a staff uniform…or not | missdcox

Across the country senior leaders are spending hours writing staff dress codes, deciding how best to tell a member of staff we can all see their thong and why sandals breach health and safety rules. Having started a conversation on Twitter about it, it is an issue with teachers as well.  What should/shouldn’t teachers and … More The argument for a staff uniform…or not | missdcox

The argument for a staff uniform…or not | missdcox

Across the country senior leaders are spending hours writing staff dress codes, deciding how best to tell a member of staff we can all see their thong and why sandals breach health and safety rules. Having started a conversation on Twitter about it, it is an issue with teachers as well.  What should/shouldn’t teachers and … More The argument for a staff uniform…or not | missdcox

Things you only know when you teach a full day | chriseyreteaching

Some days as teachers we have the joy of the full day. 5-6 hours of back to back lessons. If you are really lucky you may have two each week. If you have a different role where you don’t teach full time or you are now promoted so that much of your time is outside … More Things you only know when you teach a full day | chriseyreteaching