Powerful Norway survive Hamburg’s hell for the new final!

first_imgPingback: Question about Magnus Abelvik Rod appearance at final: He will do the test before the match! – News: The Sports ShareTweetShareShareEmail Pingback: Christian Berge after night in Hamburg: Sagosen-Myrhol was a tactics for aggresive Germans | Quality Sports News Bjarte Mythol leads “Comeback” COVID-19 recovery campaign Bjarte Myrhol three months out! Pingback: Christian Berge after night in Hamburg: Sagosen-Myrhol was a tactics for aggresive Germans – Sports News Latest 6 Comments 6 Comments Recommended for youcenter_img Norge girls can be even more “brutal” Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Pingback: Question about Magnus Abelvik Rod appearance at final: He will do the test before the match! – Sports News Latest Related Items:bjarte myrhol, IHF World Handball Championship 2019, Norwegian handball team ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsNorway will play against Denmark for the first ever gold medal at World Championships on Sunday in Herning. Amazingly strong, persistant, tactically perfect, played team of Christian Berge tonight under pressure at “Barclaycard Arena” in Hamburg, to outplay home team – 31:25 (14:12).Sander Sagosen had everything in their own hands, a lot of goals, nice passes to Magnus Rod and Bjarte Myrhol, who once again prove that is man of steel.Czech referees Novotny and Horacek didn’t let rugby style of German central defenders Pekeler and Wiencek, and that prevented Prokop’s boys from superiority in defensive tasks.Germany lead 3:1 at the beginning, last time two teams were in balance on 9:9. Everything else was in Norwegian hands…Germany-Norway 25-31 (12-14)Germany: Uwe Gensheimer 7, Fabian Bohm 6, Fabian Wiede 5, Patrick Groetzki 2, Tim Suton 1, Hendrik Pekeler 1, Matthias Musche 1, Jannik Kohlbacher 1, Paul Drux 1.Norway: Magnus Rod 7, Sander Sagosen 6, Bjarte Myrhol 6, Magnus Jondal 4, Kristian Bjornsen 3, Goran Johannessen 2, Christian O´Sullivan 1, Eivind Tangen 1, Magnus Gullerud 1. Pingback: Christian Berge after night in Hamburg: Sagosen-Myrhol was a tactics for aggresive Germans – News: The Sports Pingback: Question about Magnus Abelvik Rod appearance at final: He will do the test before the match! | Quality Sports Newslast_img read more

Induction workshop for new teachers

first_imgDr Jeffery BleaizeForty-two secondary school teachers and about sixty primary schools teachers are currently engaged in a Teacher Induction Workshop at the Newtown Primary School. This workshop is held annually by the Ministry of Education, where teachers who are mostly new to the teaching profession are given the necessary knowledge and skills to ensure they deliver effectively in the classroom, Assistant Chief Education Officer Dr. Jeffery Blaize said during the first day of the two day session on Tuesday August 30, 2016. He added that the Ministry of Education thrives in the vision that every child succeeds and in ensuring that every child succeeds, it must be ensured that every teacher is competent to deliver within the classroom. “The intent of the two day exercise is to ensure that teachers are equipped with not only the knowledge but also the methodology for delivery, although within the school system we sensitize the principals in terms of their role in mentoring our teachers, so we expect that within the school system that is done, but we don’t leave it to chance, we want to hone and sharpen the skills of teachers in that regard.”Dr. Blaize told participating teachers that they will gain knowledge on many issues, one of the most important being teacher ethicacy. “What it is to be a teacher? Is it about having a job; is it about getting a salary, or is it someone who is attempting to the best of their ability to make a profound difference in the life of a child; someone who is willing to make the sacrifice; someone who is adequately motivated to deliver irrespective of the challenges within the context of which they operate and that is important,” Dr Blaize indicated.He continued that being a teacher is not just going to school on a daily basis but ensuring that every child is treated equally. “You put yourself in the place of a parent…and the school is charged with the responsibility and by extension you teachers are charged with the responsibility to ensure that the students are safe, the students feel welcomed, the students feel that they are given an opportunity to learn and an equal opportunity at that…it’s not just about giving the children a chance to learn but giving each child an equal opportunity and that is where issues of equity come in.”Moreover Dr Blaize said educators must ensure that all their students are given the fair chance to progress and learn using the resources at their disposal. “That is important. As young teachers, you will face many hurdles and it is our responsibility to ensure that you’re aware of some of these challenges that you will face and prepare you for dealing with them.”Dr. Blaize further told them that two of the most important factors which will influence their work are their attitude and how prepared they are to deliver. “How do you come to the profession, what is your perspective on teaching? Whether you really want to be a teacher, and many of you may not want to be a teacher initially but you have to grow into the profession, you have to give yourself and opportunity to develop, you cannot come with a negative attitude.”As it related to preparedness he told them it speaks not only to lesson and unit planning but also their psychological state. “You have to be ready to teach,” he said and encouraged them to continue with the enthusiasm they currently possess and to always develop themselves professionally because “education is not static, it’s a dynamic entity, things change, information changes and therefore you need to keep abreast with new developments in your field, you need to ask questions, you need to do research”.“I’m sure you are going to have an excellent time with us, we have a team of competent facilitators who will be delivering the sessions, I’m sure it will be an exciting venture and we’ll all learn together,” he told them adding that he wants them to renew their attitudes and double their efforts to ensure when they leave the teaching profession, they have no regrets. “Your conscience will be your guide and you will be able to tell yourself that I have made a difference in the system, I have tried my best to make a difference.”Dr. Blaize wished them a productive workshop and that “at the end of the exercise, you would have gained significant wisdom and benefit from the induction training programme”.During the two day workshop, teachers will sit through sessions on lesson planning and delivery; classroom management; student’s assessment and evaluation; preparation and use of teaching resources; professional responsibilities of teachers; teacher appraisal process, child friendly schools; identifying and working with students at risk and general orders (initial teacher appointment, conduct of public officers, attendance at work and other personnel matters).– / 5 Share Share Share Tweetcenter_img Sharing is caring! 620 Views   no discussions EducationLocalNewsPrimarySecondary Induction workshop for new teachers by: Dominica Vibes News – August 30, 2016last_img read more