I don’t often do reviews on Engaged in Art but when I do you can count on it being about someone or something rather special.
Allow me to introduce “Ocean View Resources” which is a website created by a truly wonderful lady by the name of Nikki Tester. Nikki and I “virtually” crossed paths through our online endeavours and instantly struck up a warm friendship.
It’s important to point out that this is not a paid review and I am not affiliated with Ocean View Resources.
If you are a teacher, particularly in Australia, you are going to want to see what Nikki has to offer you. Specialising in resources for casual relief teachers, there is nothing that Nikki can’t supply you with and if Nikki herself has not created it in her own online shops, she can quickly tell you who does from her humongous bank of linked resources, hand-picked by Nikki, over her 30 year teaching span, on her amazing Facebook Group “Surviving Casual Teaching” which has nearly 7,500 members!
“Teaching is one of the most creative jobs I know, even after 30 years of teaching I realise that every day is different. You may be teaching the same subjects and grades, but it’s children that make teaching both the challenging and rewarding profession that I have known.
Creating engaging and authentic experiences through our lesson plans can mean spending hours of researching and planning”
With the start of a brand new School Year nearly upon us in Australia, teachers are already starting to plan and if you want to be super prepared as a casual, relief teacher and impress the schools who call you in, then Nikki’s top selling gem “A Survival Kit for Casual Relief Teachers” is a must in your library of resources. It’s also incredibly good value.
“I have recognised the need to provide resources to free up very busy teachers by creating units of work and teacher planning e-books guaranteed to suit their needs and those of the students in their care. Packed with amazing websites and activities that I have tried and tested in the classroom over the years”
To keep up-to-date with Nikki’s resources, to meet other teachers and enjoy the sharing of experiences and resources why not ask to join Nikki’s Facebook Group “Surviving Casual Teaching“?