Get in touch

Job Search

Search for Teaching Jobs in England

Why Teaching Assistants are Great

Lynn is a secondary teacher who has worked with a number of fantastic teaching assistants. Here are her reasons why teaching assistants are great:

  • They support in the classroom and help me
  • They are a good source of advice
  • They see the students from a different perspective
  • They see students in all subjects across the school
  • They can advise what works and what doesn't with students
  • Can warn you if a student is unwell etc or if a situation has blown up
  • They know the ropes - invaluable as a supply teacher!
  • Some adapt work for specific students with difficulties
  • They are undervalued and under appreciated!

 

Can you add to this list? Email Megan (mparsons@protocol-education.com) with your suggestions. Don't miss our other blogs on teaching assistants:


Tags: LynnB, Leicester, Supply

Category: Australian Teachers


Share |


Back to the Blog Home Page

Comments (0)

There are no comments to show. You can add one by using the form below.

Add a Comment

Name:
Email (kept private):
Comment:
Security Code: antispam
Protocol Education Blog

OCTOBER 2017 | "Your teaching agency needs to be transparent"
Jacqui is an Aussie teacher who has just returned from her 2 years in the UK. She got in touch with Mitch from the Sydney office and has been able to...
Read More

AUGUST 2017 | Aussie Dollar vs British Pound
Mitch Jones is Protocol Education’s NSW-based consultant working with Australian teachers in their move to the UK. In his latest blog he chats...
Read More

JUNE 2017 | Taking a long term approach to teaching
Alyce is an Aussie Primary teacher who took part in our September 2016 round of 'Interviews with a UK Principal.' Rather than start her role...
Read More

MAY 2017 | Been to London, Bought the T-Shirt, Back in Sydney
Brad is an Aussie teacher who has just returned to Sydney after spending nearly 2 years living and teaching with Protocol in London! Fair to say he’s...
Read More

A Teacher's Journey to London
Stephanie is a teacher originally from Canada, and in this latest blog she wants to give some advice (and hopefully inspiration) to other teachers from...
Read More