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MAKING A DIFFERENCE
SYMPOSIUM
Being a secondary teacher
Ronnie Davey, Susan Lovett,
Cheryl Stephens & Ruth Kane
BEING A SECONDARY TEACHER
 N = 65 transcripts
 V dissatisfied = 1
 Dissatisfied = 9
 Dissatisfied - satisfied = 6
 Satisfied = 36
 V satisfied = 13
AREAS OF FOCUS
 Expectations
 Rewards
 Challenges
 Frustrations
WHAT RESPONSES /THEMES
WOULD YOU ANTICIPATE?
 Expectations
 Rewards
 Challenges
 Frustrations
EXPECTATIONS….
Hard work
 Frustration
 Lots of preparation
 Busy and challenging
 Enjoyable and rewarding
 Easier with own classes
 Ample resources
and
Vicarious familiarity

REALITY…
 Not easier with own class
 Context-specific
 Unfinished symphony/rock opera
 No recipe - trial and error
 Grind and challenge of teaching juniors
 Developing identity - “authority of experience”
 Extreme highs and lows - “emotional
landscape”
REWARDS…
Seeing success and learning happening
Affirmation
Sense of getting things right
Strong relationships with students
CHALLENGES…
 Workload
 New subjects
 Assessment
 Feeling a burden to others
 Managing the classroom - motivation
and behaviour
 Juggling everything
FRUSTRATIONS…
 Student work output
 Never-ending nature of the work
 Lack of resources
 Lack of support - formal observations &
feedback
 Impatience with own skill level and
knowledge
 Emotional hurt - worrying - balancing life
and work - feeling overwhelmed
SO WHAT…?
 Predictability???
 Vital nature of the context in
satisfaction/dissatisfaction
 Location - particular demands of area
schools and sole subject teaching
 Subject differences in conceptualisation
of roles
 Role of maturity
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