ACT - The Association of Christian Teachers
for Christians working in education
Teachers experiment every day. Whether it is an idea they’ve come across on the internet or in The TES, one they’ve thought up themselves or one that has been given to them by a colleague or trainer, teachers are usually willing to give everything a try at least once. This can be a positive attribute. But often, by indulging their inner magpie and hurling as many shiny ideas into the mix as possible, teachers guarantee that none of them will be successful. They will end up juggling multiple and often competing schemes, their ideas will not be well considered nor given enough time to take effect, and their students will be left confused.
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