What on earth is going on everyone? I cannot believe how quickly this year is going by. We're almost half of the way through and in some ways nothing has happened, yet everything has happened! Now believe me when I say I'm not one for those 'look at my lockdown 6-pack' or 'I've renovated my... Continue Reading →
One reason I think that some of my students keep in touch with me is because I have supported them throughout their time in my class, but also once they have moved on. If they've joined other classes or they've returned home, gone to university or any other path that life has taken them!
Demo lessons that are part of the interview process seem to be more common in primary / secondary schools than in language schools (maybe I'm wrong here?), and it was a big shock for me to be asked to do one twice in one day.
What is imposter syndrome? People who may identify with the Impostor Phenomenon experience intense feelings that their achievements are undeserved and worry that they are likely to be exposed as a 'fraud' (as explained in a fantastic study undertaken by Sakulku and Alexander) Dr Pauline Clance first coined the term in 1985, after completing a... Continue Reading →