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Application Letters

Discussion in 'Teaching assistants' started by JDunning, Apr 12, 2011.

  1. be varied about skills with evidence, but also make sure that when she is applying she is making specific reference, IE talking about how good she is at Braille when applying to support a deaf child with 20/20 vision may state her skills but not show how she would help the specific role that is being advertised. And ask to have a tour around the school... scores good brownie points and would allow her to ask questions about the job so she can apply / interview really well knowing a bit more about the school.

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