Our Blog

Interesting articles on education and culture in both Greek and English. Browse our blog either by category or via the handy tag clouds.

Enjoy reading!

Articles tagged with: newsletter hyphen

School team: The manager as a team leader by Patritsia Andrioti

Written by Patritsia Andrioti on Wednesday, 05 April 2006. Posted in in English

Published in e-newsletter hyphen in April 2006

The staff team, as you already know, is the most important resource in a school setting, and, of course, it is vital that this team works together for the manager (and the school) to function effectively.

All hyphen executive club members already know (through extensive repetition from our side!) that a school manager needs a clear vision, a vision about education in general and a vision about the mission and purpose of their school; and that this vision should be a more or less clearly defined one for the manager to share with the team. It is through the team’s support of this vision that everyone will be working towards the same end. In addition, it is important for the team to share the same principles. The manager’s role is to make sure everyone knows what they are aiming for, what the expectations are, and what the standard practice is.

Professional Development by Patritsia Andrioti

Written by Patritsia Andrioti on Saturday, 05 November 2005. Posted in in English

Published in e-newsletter hyphen in November 2005

With so many educational seminars, conferences and conventions held every year, how can you be sure the events you choose to attend actually offer the most? In this article we’ll look at how to select the ‘right’ training sessions, and, most importantly, how to prepare and get the most out of them.

Hands on: Surviving (or Reviving) Revision by Patritsia Andrioti

Written by Patritsia Andrioti on Tuesday, 04 January 2005. Posted in in English

Published in e-newsletter hyphen in January 2005

You have spent three months trying to get your students motivated, and into good habits. And just when you saw the first glimpses of progress, it’s the holidays …! Now you’re back into class hoping your students still remember some of what has been taught, while everybody sighs ‘ah, review time!’ Here are a few ideas to make review time a bit more fun.

Cookies make it easier for us to provide you with our services. With the usage of our services you permit us to use cookies.
More information Ok