Instagram is full of teachers sharing ideas, displays and teaching resources for other fellow teaching enthusiasts to see. But, many accounts share unrealistic expectations on what your classroom 'should' look like which, as with many other social media streams, can cause stress, anxiety and make teachers feel that they are failing compared to others. However, if you filter through the glitter and triple backed displays, you can find teachers who are doing a great job at sharing some amazing teaching ideas that you can easily apply into your own schools and classrooms.
1/8/2020 04:07:18 pm
I admire people who have the passion to teach. Whether it's a student, a friend or a family, having the will to share knowledge is simply amazing. I admire teachers the most, because they are gifted with so much patience, understanding and care for the new generation of our world. I know that teaching others is not an easy task. But I know that if someone has the heart on it, it will all be an easy task to fulfill.
12/10/2020 03:03:35 am
This post was very interesting! It shows us how Teachers are evolving as the years progress. I think teachers using Instagram as a way to show what they’re doing is neat ! People around the WORLD use Instagram. This gives everyone a chance to connect via social media ! They can share what works for them, what doesn’t work, all of the excitement happening in their day to day life as a educator etc.
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With a keen interest in the neuroscience and psychology of learning, WAGOLL Teaching is about sharing research alongside great, simple teaching ideas to a global teaching community.
Ben has been in education for over 10 years and is passionate about simplifying high quality teaching and learning through innovative and practical approaches in the classroom.