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Inside Teaching : October 2010
www.atra.edu.au | email@example.com TEACHING TIPS 27 so it’s worth taking the time to seek out staff outside your own teaching area or beyond your own staffroom. As you do, you’ll build a network of experts you can consult for advice and support, and a bank of knowledge and skills on which you can rely. I’m yet to be turned away by a teacher who refused to share something at which they excelled. As a beginning teacher, who knows what challenges will be thrown at you on a daily basis? However rocky the road, though, you must persist, and you’ll be surprised how much you learn in the short space of a few years. ■ Sandra Quinn is Head of Department in health and physical education at Forest Lake State High School in Brisbane’s southern suburbs and the 2009 winner of the Dr Roger Hunter Excellence in Beginning to Teach Award of the Queensland College of Teachers. I’M YET TO BE TURNED AWAY BY A TEACHER WHO REFUSED TO SHARE SOMETHING AT WHICH THEY EXCELLED.