ตอบ: 29/12/2017 5:58 pm ชื่อกระทู้: For any struggling student teacher or NQT
Just because you can't do something, the way you are being told it has to be done, doesn't mean you are somehow defective. Been there, done that, got the tee-shirt. After my first few months in, I started to think I must be some sort of intellectual pygmy. "People around me all seem to do it, so why can't I?"
I spent 7 years teaching in FE. I left because I no longer felt that I could do what 'they' were asking me to do, the way 'they' wanted it done. Getting the groups I taught to achieve, at whatever level they were capable of achieving, was never that much of a problem. The problem was having to do it, in the way I was being told it had to be done, by the people who were telling me I had to do it that way.
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
ตอบ: 24/10/2020 5:51 pm ชื่อกระทู้: Growing fan of this forum :)
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ตอบ: 24/10/2020 9:24 pm ชื่อกระทู้: Growing fan of this page :)
Pressfarm is really a press repository that helps entrepreneurs discover journalists to write about their startups. Construct a listing of reporters and get stated in startup directories in minutes. Using our media outreach program, you can now search for editors from various niches, guides and groups to find a very good match for the story.
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Pressfarm think that narrowing down the subject to journalists who are likely to be enthusiastic about your startup is a lot better than sending bulk emails.