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30-06-2013

Kirstie is a Canadian secondary teacher in Milton Keynes who blogs for Protocol Education regularly. She believes that incorporating celebrations of culture into her lessons can be invaluable for her students. As a teacher and an Aboriginal...

Tags: Kirsten, Culture, Secondary Supply Teacher, Aboriginal, Classroom Visitor, History, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

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04-06-2013

Kirstie is a Canadian secondary teacher in Milton Keynes who blogs for Protocol Education regularly. She feels that a focus on community and family in the classroom is of the utmost importance... Embracing Family and Community in the Classroom The...

Tags: Kirsten, Canadian Teacher, Community, Family, Teach in Milton Keynes, Supply Teacher, School Trips, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

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27-06-2013

Kirstie is a Canadian secondary teacher in Milton Keynes who blogs for Protocol Education regularly.She describes the moment when a memorable maths lesson made it all click into place for her and how that memory has inspired her as a teacher. It's...

Tags: Kirsten, Canadian Teacher, Supply Teacher, Protocol Education, Kinaesthetic Teaching

Category: Australian Teachers

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16-05-2013

Kirstie is a Canadian-trained Teacher working in schools around Milton Keynes. Here she shares 5 tips and tricks that have helped her remember her students names. We all know it can get a bit confusing! No Knack for Names I must admit, for...

Tags: Kirsten, Canadian Teacher, Names, Supply Teacher, Protocol Education

Category: Australian Teachers

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07-05-2013

Kirstie is a Canadian Secondary Teacher in  Milton Keynes. Today she lists the items that she views as ESSENTIAL when packing her bag for a day of supply teaching! The Necessities Through my experience on supply and in a fixed-term contract,...

Tags: Kirsten, Canadian Teacher, Secondary, Supply Essentials, Protocol Education, Necessities

Category: Australian Teachers

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15-02-2013

Kirstie is a Canadian secondary teacher in Milton Keynes who blogs for Protocol Education regularly. With half-term approaching her thoughts are on TRAVEL and she has some very valuable advice for our teachers and support workers thinking of taking...

Tags: Kirsten, Protoblog, Travel, Canadian Teacher, Teach in UK, Secondary, Protocol Education, Half-Term

Category: Australian Teachers

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18-01-2013

Kirstie is a Canadian Secondary Teacher in Watford. Her Protoblog today focuses on the differences in lesson planning in Canada and UK and how best to "work with what you are given"! Enjoy... Register for Teaching Jobs - Search for Teaching...

Tags: Kirsten, Overseas Teacher, Canadian Teacher, Supply Teacher, Protocol Education, Lesson Plans, Secondary School, Teach in UK

Category: Australian Teachers

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