Lindsay McIntyre
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Lindsay McIntyre
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"Look for the positive in your students and you will find it".
 
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Lindsay's career has featured great variety: He started out as a primary (elementary) school teacher and sports master. He introduced the Daily Physical Education Program to North Queensland schools. He taught in high schools (Years 7-12)in Mathematics, and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Departments. He created his own highly acclaimed behaviour management and student welfare program and acted as a student welfare consultant. He is now the Bullying Prevention Coordinator for his current high school. He ran the Victoria Bridge Learning Centre which provided adult training programs in everything from safe operation of dangerous machinery to executive leadership. He spent some time with the Department of Defence - teaching Army, Navy, Air Force and Defence public servants.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Lindsay believes strongly in the power of positive feedback. All his classrooms run on the premise that, if his students know exactly what a good student looks and acts like and is trained specifically in positive behaviours, he/she will be able to find positive resognition that empowers him/her to grow as a great human being. He believes that every student needs a blank slate each day - the chance to prove that he/she is a good person without the barriers of past mistakes. He also believes that you can never really teach a student till you truly know him/her. How many of us truly know our students? If we did, we might cut them a lot more slack and in particular approach dysfunctional behaviour in a different way.

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