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EH 3.001 School of Education

Murdoch University, 90 South Street

Murdoch, WA 6150

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Relief Teaching. It's often how many Graduate Teachers start, and how lots of teachers choose to work! But have you ever considered how you might approach relief teaching as you graduate from your course.

Join Helen Dempsey (a Murdoch PhD candidate) as she shares very valuable insights into making relief teaching enjoyable, valuable and productive for your students.

This is an interactive session, ideal for final year students or anyone else interested in how exciting and rewarding relief teaching can be!

This session will be recorded for external students unable to attend.

About Helen:

Helen has been both a specialist and classroom teacher for many years, but due to relocations both interstate and overseas she have also spent several years working as a relief teacher. Her experiences suggest that relief teaching differs from that of a regular classroom teacher. This has led to research focusing on the experiences of early career casual (relief) teachers. From this research Helen has developed some 'Tips for relief teaching', which cover such topics as finding work, developing relationships with students, seeking help and navigating the staff room. These key ideas will be the focus of this interesting workshop.

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