Why Twitter isn’t representative of teaching but Secret Teacher isn’t either | missdcox

I often think that Twitter is not a true reflection of all teachers who work in all types of school. I’ve never seen any tweets saying ‘Today I had a chair thrown at me by a year 9’ or ‘I broke up a fight with two year 11 boys’.

Instead I see ‘Look at the fantastic work my year 7 group did today’ or ‘Congrats to our football team for winning their game’.

Whilst there are debates, maybe arguments and some nastiness amongst individuals on Twitter,  the realities of all schools are not represented. Where are those teachers who are going through hell?

Of course there are huge issues with…

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