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One thing I really enjoy about my job and actually look forward to, is the teaching. I love to communicate, hence the waffling, and to interact with learners. Often this presents its own challenges but, in turn, I like to challenge the learners and I get to see them progress throughout the lessons/modules and hopefully reach their final goal. I wrote last time about the possibility of a QTS Skill Test for science with an emphasis on subject knowledge. Within higher education, as well as the teaching, link tutoring, open days, interview days, marking and general admin, there is the requirement to research, with my current institution requiring three ‘outputs’ every three years. But what do you, as the student, actually want from me as a tutor and, are the two, teaching and researching related? Well that is what this week’s waffle is about…
Well, here it is a late starting episode 85 – we are on the way to 100! No tweets of the week again due to the students being on placement but there is the usual Website Roundup and my teaching ideas all to do with leaves…enjoy!
So this week a bit of a limited tweets of the week since most of the students are out on placement or completing assignments. We do have the usual website round up and please no comments about the technical lapses at the end of the video! -I’m definitely not a pro Wirecast user!
Hooray! the Tweets of the Week is back so you can see what the students have been up to throughout the week at YSJ. There is a quick roundup of the educational stories from last week and talk about some teaching ideas I have from the book Jack and the Beanstalk! – Enjoy – and after, consider yourself waffled.