No Apologies

Cultivating Learning

Spending one day with teachers at a department training and the next day with a public gathering (CoCreateEdu), passionate about re-imagining education has me thinking…….

as teachers;

  • why are we apologetic for our career choice?
  • why do we feel guilty about wanting to be great?
  • why do we apologise for working hard or play down the effort we put into our work?
  • why is it hard to admit that our job is hard?

I truly believe this profession is one of the most honourable and selfless choices a person can make.

Not too many people would choose to take 28 five year olds to the zoo and ensure they all took learning away, made links to the curriculum and reflected on their experiences just for kicks!

Not too many people spend their free time making resources for their workplace, or attempt to hold the attention of a room full of teenagers…

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