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Our participation in the EFA project over the last year has been all about habit changing. Reflecting on our own habits in the lessons we teach, changing bad habits that we have developed over years of practice and embedding new habits that have a positive impact on learning.

This article starts with one of my favourite quotes: “Every teacher needs to improve, not because they are not good enough, but because they can be even better.” It might get you to reflect more deeply about your own practice. It covers a range of strategies that you can use to make those changes successfully.

 

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