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Workplace Bullying Interactive PPT and Worksheets

Workplace Bullying Interactive PPT and Worksheets

This resource tackles the delicate subject of Workplace Bullying. Studies show that it is alive and well and is often swept under the carpet. This presentation is an interactive lesson that gives strategies for coping with Bullying in the workplace from an Employee and Management perspective. The resource contains a professionally designed PP, Teachers notes, and worksheets for learners. Within the PP are links to videos that form part of the lesson. Files are provided in pdf, powerpoint and word formatting allowing editing if required to suit your audience. Topics are as follows: - Definition of Workplace Bully - Recognising the four types of Bullies - 5 key facts about Bullying - What is not Bullying - What to do if you are Bullied - The responsibilities of Management - Three Task Challenges - Scenarios
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Strategic Pupil Premium spend and resources

Strategic Pupil Premium spend and resources

Visit my wesbsite for free strategies to help bolster the progress of disadvantaged pupils and effectively spend Pupil Premium. I champion excellence and equity. The link is below: https://lpeachey3.wixsite.com/website-1
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Teaching Standards

Teaching Standards

Example of write up and the evidence I used to show I had met each teaching standard while completing my teacher training. Great to use for ideas while for your teacher training or performance management targets.
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Don't Be Muzzled

Don't Be Muzzled

When a system beats you over the head with the club of political correctness that system has muzzled it's members and in reality has bullied them. Speak your mind and use conflicts productively and take the time to see both sides of a disagreement. But, don't be muzzled.
JamesHBurns
FREE Classroom Incentive Ideas (w/ Individual Tickets for Extrinsic Motivators)

FREE Classroom Incentive Ideas (w/ Individual Tickets for Extrinsic Motivators)

Save your time and money on buying items and experiences for your students as motivators when there are so many free opportunities out there! We have compiled a list of 50 ways to reward your kids without spending a dime. The first page you will find them all listed out while you will find them placed on tickets on the following two pages. The tickets can be cut and either picked out of a hat or chosen by students as their award. Whether it be individual rewards, group rewards or whole class incentives, this can be used year after year to motivate your students - hopefully transitioning them to an intrinsic motivation! have fun!
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Evaluating Question Quality Rubric Checklist

Evaluating Question Quality Rubric Checklist

Separated into five categories with 2-5 subcomponents accompanied by explanations, this template is a phenomenal resource in clearly articulating and giving feedback on question quality. This can be implemented as a self-reflective process or as a checklist for developing assessment questions and in-class informal questions. This will push your practice and better align your questions to the rigor that is expected for all teachers and students. This will also push students to think more critically and higher on the Bloom Taxonomy if implemented with fidelity.
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End of Year (Anonymous) Student Reflective Survey

End of Year (Anonymous) Student Reflective Survey

Check out this 12 question reflective survey where students can express their feelings in regard to the culture of the classroom. With a focus on leadership, empowerement, and general teacher review. This survey holds great potential for teachers to gain insight into how students feel in your class, how they feel about you, and how they feel about themselves. This can easily be used as a benchmark throughout the year, so changes can be implemented. It provides a great opportunity to meet the needs of all students!
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Bullying atWork

Bullying atWork

This article is based on the experiences of professionals, who have been bullied at work, whilst employed by primary schools; learning and behaviour support teams; inclusion services; for local authorities and not for profit organisations. The information covers:- the reasons behind the bullying behaviour; how the bully behaved; information comparing the way in which a non-bully would behave; the effects of bullying on the victim; how to respond to the bullying. The information gathered has come from people who have been bullied, and have lived to tell their tales.
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NPQSL Final submission form

NPQSL Final submission form

NPQSL final submission form. Completed my NPQSL in September 2016. It was regarded as a strong submission by the moderator. Here is my final submission document based on Whole School Revision skills / learning styles and Exam preparation.
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Revision CPD (+ Year 11 revision guides)

Revision CPD (+ Year 11 revision guides)

Effective CPD to inform parents and teachers of revision tactics and techniques. Interactive, tests the parents and pupils and makes them have a go at the techniques the students are expected to use. Draws in on the improved rigour in both KS2 & 4. The revision book is a help guide for both students and parents. Includes Tips, tricks for students and parents. Timetables. Revision tasks and activities. Develop students understanding of their own learning styles. Create their own learning checklists.
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Prepare an Elevator Speech - Get to know you

Prepare an Elevator Speech - Get to know you

This resource contains a PP and worksheets. I have listed this as a free resource for a short time so that you can sample my work. All I ask is that you leave a review please. An elevator speech can be used to introduce yourself, talk about your company, network or pitch an idea. Everyone should have an elevator speech for different situations. It allows you to clearly and concisely get your message across so that others understand you and your intentions. It can also be used as a 'get to know you' activity at the beginning of new classes. This presentation focuses on using an Elevator Speech in a workplace environment. By the end of the presentation learners will have created and practiced their own elevator speech. Learning Objectives: - Understand what an elevator speech is. - Understand why you need to have an elevator speech. - Learn how to prepare an elevator speech. - Learn how to deliver an elevator speech. For other free and low cost training resources please visit my shop: To view other free and low cost resources please visit my shop: Communications, Workplace, ESOL and Computing Resources And please remember to leave a review. Much appreciated :)
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