Have you ever wanted to teach abroad? Have you ever wondered what it would be like to teach in another country? Have you ever thought about becoming an International Teacher? If so, this is the video for you. Today, WAGOLL Teaching breaks down the basics of what life is like as an international teacher in Dubai, UAE! We talk, curriculum, the kids, the lifestyle and...THE HOLIDAYS!
Do you have a reluctant writer in your class? Reluctant writers can be a challenge in class. There are many reasons why students may be reluctant writers and identifying the cause for their reluctance is the first step in helping them reengage with Literacy. What types of reluctant writers are there and how can we support them?
Kids develop motor skills at different rates. But when young kids struggle with fine motor skills, they can have trouble with key tasks like grasping utensils (like pencils), moving objects with their fingertips, and using tools like scissors. They may also have difficulty learning to tie shoes. If your child’s fine motor skills need a little extra help, try these fun activities.
Does your sticker chart some how not work? Do you find yourself focusing far too much on the bad behaviour and not enough time on the good? Behaviour management can be a tricky thing to grasp, particularly when you have a challenging group of children. However, sometimes it is the little tweaks you make to the systems you have in place which can make a big difference to the behaviour of your children. We have five tips on how you can adjust your approach to behaviour which can have a major impact!
As the digital world grows, so do the opportunities. Although there are plenty of paid applications and websites that provide exciting resources for children, there are also a number of free resources around the World Wide Web that offer free virtual trips around the world. This opportunity allows children to explore environments and locations they perhaps will never see in real life - and with new experiences, come new writing opportunities. Here are 5 of the best!
Virtual reality is growing in popularity with computer games and consoles all releasing VR games and headsets. There are a large amount of free VR videos available on YouTube that provide great experiences for children. You don't even need the tech in your classroom to access great VR content - just an ipad/phone. VR is a great way to immerse children into a topic or lesson. Here are our top five VR experiences!
New year, new start! As we enter 2019, people across the world, give up chocolate, take up exercise and make new resolutions. But, what will you change in the classroom? Here are five easy steps you can take to improve your professional practice. Small tweaks can make a huge difference to you, your wellbeing and your children!.
It has been an exciting year for Literacy WAGOLL. The website is growing in popularity every week and we have been receiving great feedback. 2018 also saw the introduction of our teaching and learning vlogs which have begun to be noticed by teachers from all over the world including some educational magazines. In fact, 2018 saw Literacy WAGOLL featured in the 'Teach Primary' magazine as well as on the 'Teach Wire' website with articles focused both on this blog and our Youtube Channel videos. We are now proud to introduce to you the rebranded blog and vlog, WAGOLL Teaching! All the same content and a little bit more... Our aim is simple - to create high quality vlogs which share practical ideas for your classroom. But for now here are our top 5 vlogs from 2018! Enjoy!
Last week, I just sat in our school library and watched. I noticed that there was more than one effective way to interact with the children in your class. Some approaches are better than others at different times and promote different skills in the children. Teacher to Pupil, Pupil to Teacher and Pupil to Pupil are all great methods, but what are they and how can they be used effectively?
When your planning isn't going smoothly and you have been staring at a screen for hours, sometimes it is good take a step back. by asking yourself 3 simple questions, it can help you refocus on what matters in your lessons. Here are our three planning questions.
WAGOLL Teaching is all about sharing great, simple teaching ideas with a global teaching community. As a teaching group, we need to stick together, support each other and develop positive approaches to classroom innovation. Development is all about trying something new, taking risks and sharing great ideas! you may even have some fun along the way!