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The SCITT will be there on Wednesday helping people explore this amazing career.
Will we see you there...?
Only a few days until the Teach Leics Open Event!
Many of our Teacher Training Providers in Leicester and Leicestershire will be attending - this is a FREE opportunity to speak to them and find out what they can offer you!
Sign-up here: http://Train-to-teach-event-march.eventbrite.co.uk
If you had one piece of advice for someone seriously considering going into teaching, what would it be?
(Keep it positive, please! No extra points for 'Don't do it!' 😃)
As job hunt season starts, here’s a few things I love to see in interview lessons. It’s all highly subjective, you know, but here’s my take 🧵:
1. NO technology. It’s so rare to see, but on the very few times a candidate has started the lesson straight off with no faffing with
To meet the needs of every learner, teaching to the top with scaffolds, dual coding and glossing over top tier vocabulary is the winner. You can see the positive influence @MrBartlettHist has on us trainees! #olicav
Do you have a passion for Maths?
Do you have a degree?
Then teaching could be for you!
#teachertraining #traintoteach #inspirethenextgeneration
This! Thus is what my brilliant team @CastleMeadAcad do; @bovlia and @NMullenHistory … and it’s what our @leicesterscitt historians have been learning this year… @miss_latham, @NA53ERA, @KGrundy__ et al 😊 https://twitter.com/KTG_1990/status/1379496476313804802
Principles of excellent history teaching - I tried to put a quick summary together of the ingredients of good history lessons. This includes a suggested structure to a lesson. Very much thinking out loud - let me know your top tips! https://kylegrahameducation.wordpress.com/2021/04/06/planning-excellent-history-lessons/