The Importance of Subject Scholarship by @jmsreflect | UKEdChat Editorial

For many, if not most, teachers what originally inspired their choice of vocation was a love of the subject and a desire to share this passion with a new generation.  Despite the negativity that can be prevalent in some parts of the web, most teachers I know retain this passion to a high degree.  Why else would PE teachers organise and enthuse about so many sporting fixtures, language teachers put so many hours into organising trips and cultural experiences and geography teachers spend days wading hip-deep in rivers in the middle of nowhere?
This is a re-blog post originally posted by Robin…

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