Episode 113

Casual Relief Teaching

Recorded by | Run time: 24 min, 9 sec


Minami has been a casual relief teacher for five years. She’s also a PhD candidate at Macquarie University, studying the perspectives and challenges of relief teachers. In this episode, Minami talks about why people choose to enter relief teaching roles, how many are finding fulfillment professionally as casual teachers, and she tells us about the findings of her research. In particular, Minami speaks about the qualities that school executive staff are looking for when hiring relief teachers, and the obstacles relief teachers are facing.

If you’re a school administrator and you could help Minami by participating in her survey, please email her at [email protected]

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