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Teaching, the lazy and least accountable job. (Read 4002 times)
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Re: Teaching, the lazy and least accountable job.
Reply #120 - Nov 15th, 2020 at 4:01pm
 
John Smith wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 8:13am:
Valkie wrote on Nov 9th, 2020 at 8:18pm:
John Smith wrote on Nov 9th, 2020 at 5:48pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 8th, 2020 at 7:41am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 6:36pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:53am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:44am:
Valkie wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:41am:
who says socks keep getting separated in the wash.

Here is a pair of socks working in tandem.

Obviously there is a link between them, both are somewhat deficient in the intelligence department



shut up lint



OOOOOOH, your witty and well enunciated repartee has wounded me to the core.

Sock


Id guess it hurt about as much as you calling me a sock



deerrrrr Roll Eyes


I was simply pointing out facts.

No fault there.

Child



You wouldn't know a fact if it was rammed up your arse.

And there's no need to sign off on your posts



Two questions for you.

Who ties your shoe laces for you?

Is your one brain cell lonely?


Are you assuming that just because you need your laces tied so does everyone else? the world doesn't work that way dopey Roll Eyes


WOW.

What a magnificent put down.

So eloquent, so amazing, I ust have no reply to this brilliance

And it only took you 6 days to come up with it.

Thats a good boy, now you feel vindicated.

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Re: Teaching, the lazy and least accountable job.
Reply #121 - Nov 15th, 2020 at 4:10pm
 
Tsk, tsk  Roll Eyes
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“Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence.”
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Reply #122 - Nov 15th, 2020 at 4:12pm
 
Ye Grappler wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 4:10pm:
Tsk, tsk  Roll Eyes



Hmmmm

I wonder if they are related.

Or possibly two socks from the same feet.
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Reply #123 - Nov 15th, 2020 at 5:48pm
 
Valkie might be a funny Arkaddian,
but Smith is definitely a Persian.

Smith wouldn't dare talk his homo-erotic talk to Valkie, like he tries to hit Bobby up with. He even calls Bobby as 'booby' as he can't stop thinking of Bobby's man breasts and nipples. Weird  Huh Roll Eyes

Here's Valkie. Real scrapper.
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Reply #124 - Nov 15th, 2020 at 7:13pm
 
Valkie wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 4:01pm:
John Smith wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 8:13am:
Valkie wrote on Nov 9th, 2020 at 8:18pm:
John Smith wrote on Nov 9th, 2020 at 5:48pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 8th, 2020 at 7:41am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 6:36pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:53am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:44am:
Valkie wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:41am:
who says socks keep getting separated in the wash.

Here is a pair of socks working in tandem.

Obviously there is a link between them, both are somewhat deficient in the intelligence department



shut up lint



OOOOOOH, your witty and well enunciated repartee has wounded me to the core.

Sock


Id guess it hurt about as much as you calling me a sock



deerrrrr Roll Eyes


I was simply pointing out facts.

No fault there.

Child



You wouldn't know a fact if it was rammed up your arse.

And there's no need to sign off on your posts



Two questions for you.

Who ties your shoe laces for you?

Is your one brain cell lonely?


Are you assuming that just because you need your laces tied so does everyone else? the world doesn't work that way dopey Roll Eyes


WOW.

What a magnificent put down.

So eloquent, so amazing, I ust have no reply to this brilliance

And it only took you 6 days to come up with it.

Thats a good boy, now you feel vindicated.

Troll sock



took me 6 days? I only saw it yesterday dopey ... unlike you some of us actually have a life Roll Eyes
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Re: Teaching, the lazy and least accountable job.
Reply #125 - Nov 16th, 2020 at 6:51am
 
John Smith wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 7:13pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 4:01pm:
John Smith wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 8:13am:
Valkie wrote on Nov 9th, 2020 at 8:18pm:
John Smith wrote on Nov 9th, 2020 at 5:48pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 8th, 2020 at 7:41am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 6:36pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:53am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:44am:
Valkie wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:41am:
who says socks keep getting separated in the wash.

Here is a pair of socks working in tandem.

Obviously there is a link between them, both are somewhat deficient in the intelligence department



shut up lint



OOOOOOH, your witty and well enunciated repartee has wounded me to the core.

Sock


Id guess it hurt about as much as you calling me a sock



deerrrrr Roll Eyes


I was simply pointing out facts.

No fault there.

Child



You wouldn't know a fact if it was rammed up your arse.

And there's no need to sign off on your posts



Two questions for you.

Who ties your shoe laces for you?

Is your one brain cell lonely?


Are you assuming that just because you need your laces tied so does everyone else? the world doesn't work that way dopey Roll Eyes


WOW.

What a magnificent put down.

So eloquent, so amazing, I ust have no reply to this brilliance

And it only took you 6 days to come up with it.

Thats a good boy, now you feel vindicated.

Troll sock



took me 6 days? I only saw it yesterday dopey ... unlike you some of us actually have a life Roll Eyes


Excuses, Excuses.

You are simply Pathetic really.


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Re: Teaching, the lazy and least accountable job.
Reply #126 - Nov 16th, 2020 at 2:09pm
 
Valkie wrote on Nov 16th, 2020 at 6:51am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 7:13pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 4:01pm:
John Smith wrote on Nov 15th, 2020 at 8:13am:
Valkie wrote on Nov 9th, 2020 at 8:18pm:
John Smith wrote on Nov 9th, 2020 at 5:48pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 8th, 2020 at 7:41am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 6:36pm:
Valkie wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:53am:
John Smith wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:44am:
Valkie wrote on Nov 7th, 2020 at 7:41am:
who says socks keep getting separated in the wash.

Here is a pair of socks working in tandem.

Obviously there is a link between them, both are somewhat deficient in the intelligence department



shut up lint



OOOOOOH, your witty and well enunciated repartee has wounded me to the core.

Sock


Id guess it hurt about as much as you calling me a sock



deerrrrr Roll Eyes


I was simply pointing out facts.

No fault there.

Child



You wouldn't know a fact if it was rammed up your arse.

And there's no need to sign off on your posts



Two questions for you.

Who ties your shoe laces for you?

Is your one brain cell lonely?


Are you assuming that just because you need your laces tied so does everyone else? the world doesn't work that way dopey Roll Eyes


WOW.

What a magnificent put down.

So eloquent, so amazing, I ust have no reply to this brilliance

And it only took you 6 days to come up with it.

Thats a good boy, now you feel vindicated.

Troll sock



took me 6 days? I only saw it yesterday dopey ... unlike you some of us actually have a life Roll Eyes


Excuses, Excuses.

You are simply Pathetic really.





What a magnificent put down.

So eloquent, so amazing, I just have no reply to this brilliance  Cheesy Cheesy

Ya moron
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Reply #127 - Nov 22nd, 2020 at 8:33am
 
So

Now the teachers are trying to repair the damage they themselves have caused.

Or is this just another way to introduce their sick policies?

Ill be there is some LGBTIQselfish shite in this and some child grooming as well.

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EXCLUSIVE
JACK MORPHET BEN PIKE

Every NSW teacher to get mental health training
EVERY teacher in NSW will be trained to better understand students’ mental health and stop vulnerable kids falling through the cracks.
From next year it will be mandatory for teachers from public, private and Catholic schools to be taught mental health as part of their on-thejob training.
It is a win for The Sunday Telegraph’s Can We Talk campaign, which has called for more mental health resources at schools in response to alarming rates of suicide.
The new mental health training will not increase teachers’ workload or burden of care but it will better equip them to listen to struggling students, refer them on to appropriate care and help avoid more tragedies.
Teachers will be required to sit mental health courses as part of an overhaul of the 100 hours of training teachers must complete every five years, which will also include new courses dealing with disability, the curriculum and Aboriginal education.
Parents Matt and Fiona Neale, who lost their 18-yearold daughter Claudia to suicide in August, were heartened to hear more teachers would know how to recognise students showing signs of mental ill-health.
“Teachers are usually the first port of call when it comes to mental health matters,” they said.
“If teachers have that training, there might not be kids who slip through the cracks.”
A recent poll of more than 5000 schoolteachers conducted by the NSW Teachers Federation revealed 93 per cent wanted more training so they can better understand their students’ mental health.
The Ponds High School in northwest Sydney is proof teachers with the proper training can better identify students silently suffering from mental ill-health.
The school’s Personal Development, Health and Physical Education teacher Kate Blissett has been running courses that have given teachers more confidence to start a conversation with students whose behaviour has changed.
“If we can equip teachers with the right skills, they are able to look after students’ wellbeing better and approach mental ill-health in a calm and controlled manner,” Ms Blissett said.
“Mental health training has allowed our teachers to recognise anxiety for what it is and so we see more of it.
“Teachers then have strategies to deal with mental ill-health, such as scripts to follow, the right places to refer kids, and how to explain to students they can selfrefer to a counsellor.”
Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said: “Ensuring teachers have the knowledge and confidence to identify when a student needs help, enables the community and school support to then wrap around the student. This will save lives.”
The Sunday Telegraph is still calling on the state government to increase the number of school counsellors to at least one for every 500 students, which was agreed to in 2018 but never reached.
 
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Reply #128 - Nov 22nd, 2020 at 8:38am
 
The Powers that be this last century have led us to a 'dead end'. Now they try to manipulate and 'reset' just to keep themselves in Power.
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Reply #129 - Nov 22nd, 2020 at 12:19pm
 
Worked a charm with the social services types that did.... they found issues everywhere even when they didn't exist.... and missed many that were real...

Nothing worse than a little knowledge in the wrong hands.... psych nurses thinking they are Macquarie Street surgeons etc...
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Reply #130 - Nov 26th, 2020 at 6:03am
 
Oh No

Another nice little rort being exposed and hopefully taken from the part time job called teaching.

Why the hell would anyone give a teacher a gift?

Its criminal it is, if anything the teachers should gift the poor children who they have neglected to teach.

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$50 ‘thank you’ limit

PARENTS are being warned not to be too generous with presents for their children’s teachers this year amid fears a simple gift card could amount to bribery of public officials.

While the state’s public school principals have reinforced strict gift giving rules, parent groups say they just want to express their gratitude to hardworking teachers after a horror year.

An update to the gift policy last week states cash is now explicitly forbidden along with certain gift cards and vouchers such as pre-paid cash and EFTPOS cards.

The policy states gifts over $50 “should be declined”.

Seaforth Public School principal Trudy Bates told parents the new rules meant gift vouchers and cash were banned while gifts were strictly capped at $50.

“You may need to think a little differently this year so that staff are not put in a position where they are breaching the (Department of Education) Code of Conduct,” she told parents. “Recently I was at a principal’s briefing on the current NSW Education Code of Conduct ... the answer is very black and white and we must adhere to this.”

Beverly Hills Public School principal Danny Squires also warned parents to make sure their gift of thanks does not amount to a cent more than $50 and reminded parents gifts were by no means compulsory.

“Please also remember that it is not necessary to give a gift,’’ Mr Squires said in a newsletter to parents.

But a Department of Education spokesman said gifts of $50 could still be accepted if they were declared on a gift register or declined if deemed inappropriate. “The $50 amount is a reporting threshold, not a strict limit for all types of gifts,” he said.

Central Coast P&C president Sharryn Brownlee said parents just want to express gratitude to dedicated teachers and the notion a gift from a student could be construed as “bribery’’ was offensive to the vast majority of hardworking teachers.

“It is silly to say the gift to the teacher should be singled out,” she said.

“Their argument was the parent gained influence over the teacher, and that says they believe teachers can be bought or influenced by a parent.

“It is saying teachers are up for sale. They are talking about corruption, but until they’re giving out a bottle of Grange, it is an over-reaction in a school setting (compared) to some of the corruption and the backhanders which go on in parliament and elsewhere.”

As previously revealed by the Daily Telegraph, some Sydney school parents have handed teachers communal gifts of wads of cash of up to $300 and Visa gift cards valued at over $460.

The Department of Education’s Code of Conduct policy for teachers states: “You must never ask for money, gifts or benefits and you must never accept any offer of money, or accept a gift or benefit greater than a nominal value ($50).

“To do so may amount to bribery, which is a crime.”   
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Reply #131 - Nov 29th, 2020 at 7:40am
 
First...the lowest entry requirements of any profession.

Then ...grooming children for the 3% mentality ill sexual perverts.

Now...fake courses to prop up their fake professional qualifications.

Wow, what a profession. No wonder kids cannot read, write or do basic mathematics any more.

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PROFESSIONAL training for school teachers in NSW will be completely overhauled, with pointless courses thrown out in favour of those that concentrate on essentials.
All 42,000 professional development courses have been cancelled effective immediately and all 750 course providers will be asked to reapply by the end of the year under new, stricter criteria, with a greater focus on day-to-day teaching.
Teachers must do 100 hours of professional development courses approved by the NSW Education Standards Authority every five years in order to maintain their accreditation.
But a review of the current training system found just 23 per cent of secondary teachers took courses in literacy and numeracy in 2018 and 2019 — at an average of just 30 minutes each.
About two-thirds of secondary teachers did not sit courses about the latest teaching methods and changes to the curriculum in 2018 and 2019.
From next year there will be 50 hours of mandatory courses dealing with mental health and wellbeing, the curriculum, disability and Aboriginal education. As The Sunday Telegraph revealed last week, the overhaul will mean every teacher in NSW will be trained to better understand students’ mental health and stop vulnerable kids falling through the cracks. The initiative was in response to the Sunday Tele’s Can We Talk? mental health campaign.
“Teachers should know that the courses they are taking are the best available, helping them to enhance their classroom practice to benefit our students’ education,” Education Minister Sarah Mitchell (pictured) said. “We are starting with a clean slate so that NESA can guarantee the quality and value of the courses they accredit.
“This change will ensure that everything on offer is of a standard that will benefit them and their students in areas where we know additional support is needed.”
Teachers will still have choice about how to spend the remaining 50 hours but any optional professional development will now have to align with specific categories stemming from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers such as classroom and behaviour management, engaging with parents and the school community, gifted education, and information and communication technology.
The NSW Education Standards Authority will scrutinise every course rather than just approving providers and trusting them to come up with appropriate courses.
Greater oversight is expected to stamp out such courses such as Sous Vide Hands On At The Sunbeam Test Kitchen and Backpacking On The World Wide Web.
Course providers will also need to seek renewal every two years to stop the accumulation of outdated courses.
   


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Reply #132 - Dec 11th, 2020 at 6:26am
 
Too lazy or incompetent to do their jobs, the only job they have to do.

Teachers are now aiming at getting the patrents to do their job for them.

Not enough to send the kids home with homework, thereby forcing parents to tech their kids at home.

Now they want parents to teach the kids to read.

Perhaps, the teaching profession should be re-named.....The do nothing profession.

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  Parents all-important for reading
JAMES MORROW
THE NSW government’s recently announced ‘phonics checks’ should help reverse declining literacy results, but parents have to play their part to get kids reading.
That’s the conclusion of Kim Hawgood, the lead educator for literacy at 3PLearning.com, which has developed popular online learning programs such as Readiwriter and Reading Eggs.
Writing exclusively in The Daily Telegraph, Harwood says the government’s emphasis on the importance of phonics — where students are taught to sound out letters and eventually words — needs to be supported by parents.
“It’s up to schools, teachers and parents to commit to phonic in the long term”, writes Hawgood.
This will, she says, “ensure this generation of readers are more successful than their forebears”.
Parents, says Hawgood, should communicate with their school to determine how best they can support what is being taught in the classroom.
And there is no substitute for practising words at home and reading aloud with your children, says Hawgood, who advises that the project to learning to read should never seem like a chore.
“Share in the joy of reading with your child as often as you can, and make it fun.”
   
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Reply #133 - Dec 16th, 2020 at 6:30am
 
Yet another example of the stupidity and thought manipulation of teachers and their ilk.

Torturing young mnds about things they have no control over at an age when they should be left to enjoy life.

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Students in Trump tantrum
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Examples of young pupils’ anti-Trump propaganda displayed at a Sydney primary school.
A CLASSROOM political lesson where children’s abusive messages and artworks against US president Donald Trump were put on display at an inner-Sydney school has sparked criticism by upset parents and One Nation MP Mark Latham.
Children as young as five attending the North Newtown Public School’s after school care were asked who they would vote for in the US presidential election and why, with their drawings and comments put on display at a parental sign-out desk. The kids scrawled illiterate answers, such as “I hate Trump, he suks”, “honestally anyone is better than dunnel Trump!” and misspelled climate “climet” in a reference to eco-warrior Greta Thunberg.

Under the Education Department’s “Controversial Issues in Schools” policy, which also applies to contractors, volunteers and external providers, schools are meant to be neutral, parents should be told in advance about any teaching of controversial issues and lessons should not “advance the interest of any particular group”.

Mr Latham, who raised the issue in parliament with Education Minister Sarah Mitchell, said “it’s pretty sick to be imposing your own political views on little kids”. One irate parent told The Daily Telegraph the level of “vitriol” in the display against Mr Trump “was confronting to look at”.

“I couldn’t believe it, they didn’t do any sort of display for the Australian election, these are five- to 12-year-old kids being exposed to this pile-on against Trump,” he said.
   
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Reply #134 - Dec 16th, 2020 at 6:31am
 
But there is light at the end of the tunnel......possibly.

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   Teachers finally put to the test
NATASHA BITA
DUNCE teachers will be weeded out before they start university with a tough new English and maths test.

The nation’s education ministers have approved a skills test for school leavers before they enrol in a university degree to study teaching.
One in 10 trainee teachers flunked a similar test after finishing a four-year education degree at university last year.
Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan said the upfront test would save students time and money: “We don’t want to see students getting to the end of their degree and not being able to graduate or work as a teacher because they haven’t passed the … test.
“The sooner a student takes the test, the earlier they can get support or make alternative arrangements.” He said students who fail the upfront test, which begins in 2023, will still be able to enrol in a teaching degree “but it does make them aware that they need to work on their literacy and numeracy skills”.
Student teachers cannot graduate until they pass a test placing them in the top 30 per cent of the population for literacy and numeracy.
   
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