Tag Archives: behaviour

Stuck on Unstuck

Today’s question for the @winniekao #yourturnchallenge is “What advice would you give for getting unstuck?” I must confess I needed to look up “unstuck”.  I also need to look at other #yourturnchallenge posts, such as this one,  by Maria Aldrey … Continue reading

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Don’t let this happen again.

I was fortunate to have an amazing experience today. That is one feature of my new role as an associate principal: I get to see the highlights of school life. Our history teacher had arranged for a guest speaker today. … Continue reading

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A forgotten perspective: the bystander student

In conversations about our behavior as educators, I have often heard references to Theodore & Nancy Sizer’s book The Students are Watching.   I have just downloaded this book after an incident this week reminded me of the concept. I needed … Continue reading

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Student citizenship: Leading by example is the essence of integrity

As stated by our Headmaster, Mr Condon, in his recent blog post, one of our school goals this year is the promotion of student citizenship.  As Mr Condon pointed out, there are three aspects of this goal: behavior in school, … Continue reading

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