You are going to work in the light and coming home in the light (hopefully...)
Your first ever exam classes are almost there and soon to take those all important exams... Scary isn't it?
Things probably didn't go the way you planned on a number of occasions.
You may have had to change what you were doing in the middle of a lesson and take another tack, as the students just weren't getting it. It might have been the textbooks were being used by someone else, your IT didn't work... There are a load of reasons this might have happened.
You have spent time with your mentor, observing other teacher's lessons, listening to the talk in the department and staffroom, putting into practice all that you have learnt this year. You are starting to fly :-)
As part of my commitment to make NQT / ITT mentoring a better process for all my trainees, and for my NQTs I would love some feedback on other education professionals experience of mentoring.
If you are happy to provide some anonymous feedback please can you fill in the form on the right.
I will not use your name or contact you unless you give your permission for this to occur.
Thank you for your honest feedback. T.T.