When under pressure, if you’re anything like me, it’s the little things that slip. In this post and some following posts, I’m going to focus on some common slip-ups. For starters… Report Errors 001: Practice or Practise? Practise is a verb. Practice is a noun. In the context of school report comments, the following […]
I love a good checklist. I use them for almost everything. From to-do-lists, to shopping lists, to checklists of things I want to teach myself. I can’t get enough of them. So I thought I’d share one with you today. In keeping with the theme of last week’s blog post, I’ve created a checklist you might […]
Whether you’re writing a teaching program, newsletter article, or your next job application; the ability to edit your own writing is necessary. I’ve been using a similar self-editing process since high school. I still find it helps me develop a quality piece of writing. A self-editing process for more professional writing Write freely Generally I write the […]
Now is the time for your school, preschool or other educational setting, to start your 2017 school grants planning. In addition to fundraising, donations and budgeting; grants are an effective way to raise funds for your projects. They’re most effective because they take less time, money and effort than running a school fundraiser. Grants are […]
This 2017 School Grants Planning Template can be used by your team to plan your school projects and grant applications for 2017. Included is a calendar template, with some grants already mapped out. I hope it helps. Happy planning!