Sarah Donarski is an English Teacher at Wellington College in Crowthorne, Berkshire.
She was educated in Australia where she initially completed her Diploma of Education post B.A. Arts (English/Philosophy). She moved to the UK in 2013 and completed a PGCE alongside teaching full time to further understand new pedagogies and the career in the UK. Having a perspective of two different education systems, as well as experience in Academy Schools, State Schools and now at Wellington College, she pulls together her experience to put forward what she believes to be the core of a good teacher: one that facilitates and inspires but does not burn out educational passion in young people for ‘academic results’ gain.
Sarah has been involved in the following:
- Speaker on Dialogic Classroom Talk with Carl Hendrick at ResearchED Swindon, (2015)
- Speaker on Confidence and Intellectualism in Education at Tom Sherrington’s TeachMeet @TMIslington (2016)
- Featured on Paul Dwyer’s ‘Those Who Can‘ Education podcast (2016)
- Speaker on Feedback at The Daily Telegraph’s Festival of Education (2017)
- Cited in Andy Tharby’s book: Making Every English Lesson Count (2017)
- Speaker on Feedback at the National ResearchED Conference, London (2017)
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