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3 thoughts on “Non-Commissioned Time for Teachers – An Update”
I really, really like this idea. How motivating and exciting. What’s your plan for funding the release time? Hmmmm thinking about how we could make it work at my school.
Thanks for your comment. The idea might initially be to trial the idea with a few teachers in this coming term. W will pay for a casual teacher or two to come in for a few days here and there to cover classes for permanent teachers to have ‘non-commissioned’ time. We will do some evaluation of the initiative and then make more permanent plans for the future.
I look forward to hearing about how it goes!