The lesson starts at the door

Written by Frank Farrell


When I was on teaching practice my mentor used to line up the pupils outside the door, scowl and then let them in. I thought this was so old-fashioned and not at all how I wanted to relate with the pupils. This was before the days of The Dead Poets Society, but that was how I saw myself as a teacher. So, 

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