The Education Review- May issue: The Education Blogger Nina Davis by Cathy Weaver

I was contacted by Cathy Weaver, a journalist earlier this year who was writing an article for the Education Review.

Not a minute to spare. How much of teachers’ precious time should be spent on non-teaching activities? A new report explores the question and industry leaders respond.

I was pleased that Cathy had found my blog so easily because I don’t use SEO or key words. I write to reflect on my teaching and to share my learning and experiences with teachers. I’ve recently (yesterday) finished draft one of my reports so will spend some time during the next few days sharing here.

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I sent a couple of photos for the article and this is the less formal one. I’m actually hugging a baby alpaca.

Cheers Nina

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6 responses to “The Education Review- May issue: The Education Blogger Nina Davis by Cathy Weaver

  1. Awesome way of helping children through education. You idea is awesome and i heartily appreciate it. Have a nice day.

  2. This is really nice to provide helps to child educator. This is really good because no one thinking much more about primary students. I appreciate you.

  3. markwalker

    Nina, I had trouble reading the article (wanted a subscription) which was a shame.

    • nina davis

      Hi Mark,
      Thanks… Nice to be contacted! Hope your school year is travelling well. Having another sensational year here with the introduction of Writer’s Notebook and the Maths Continuums. The year is going fast!
      Cheers Nina

  4. Great article, well done x

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