50 Ways to be a Better Relief Teacher


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Teaching Strategies and Ideas to be a Relief Teacher

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Bob Brandis

Hi. My name is Bob Brandis. My history is below but in a nutshell, I have been with Education Qld for 38 years, a teacher for 35; of which 32 were as a principal. I am now a relief teacher because I enjoy it. I want to share my experience and improve your relief teaching skills. I started with Education Queensland in 1973. I spent a few years teaching in Brisbane before taking over my first principal position at my one teacher school in 1979. I progressed through the principal ranks until I earned principalship of my big city school. Throughout my principal's career I kept close to my classrooms and teachers. I saw some great relief teachers and some who just struggled through their days, not for the want of trying. After 38 years I retired from full time work in 2010. After I retired, I decided to join the ranks of Relief Teaching and walk the talk. I now do relief teaching in small country schools with multi-age students, small city schools with composite classrooms and large city schools. I offer you my experience and will happily share activities, tasks and curriculum assignments that are tried and tested in various classrooms and various age groups.

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