Full Registration is so hard when you teach at multiple schools...
I see you teacher friend
You’re a relief teacher, a peripatetic music teacher who teaches classes across multiple sites. You’re a teacher who doesn’t fit the mould of the guides you find online for accreditation.
The clock is ticking.
You need to get full registration (or proficiency) by the end of the year.
The pressure is on.
You’ve asked around and received advice like. “well… you can group your evidence by standard or by evidence blocks” and, although that advice was well meant.. it left you none the wiser.
You still don’t know how to put it all together in time.. especially when you’re teaching in so many contexts across so many sites.
It’s tough, overwhelming and way out of your comfort zone.
Is this even possible?
"If you're a specialist at 6 different schools, you can gather your evidence for proficiency!"
This week, I am joined by Cristina Filgueira from Western Australia. She is a specialist Music Teacher who works across six different schools. Yep.. you read that correctly… SIX different schools.
Just like you, she had to get her full registration sorted and she was feeling all of the same overwhelm and confusion.
This episode of The Reflective Teacher Podcast with Selena Woodward is all about the steps she took to overcome those barriers and submit her proficient evidence.
Cristina is a really fabulous example of an educator who took action to reach her career goals and succeeded.
Tune in to hear how:
- She had a major mindset shift that helped her to see the process through a hole new perspective
- How she was able to learn the skills she needed to see her impact everywhere.
- The way her relationship changed with the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers
- How she now uses the standards to support her to develop her practice in a really meaningful and powerful way
Don’t forget to share the reflections you write with @Edufolios on any social platform you like and head over to our YouTube channel and leave Cristina a message of congratulations 🙂 We can’t wait to read them!
Thank you for being a reflective Practioner and the BEST kind of teacher on the planet – a learner 🙂