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Becoming a teacher of the Deaf

Discussion in 'Primary' started by squshe, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. I was wondering if other teachers out there who had completed the part time course for Teacher of the Deaf could send me information? I have always wanted to do this course. My nearest college have sent me a prospectus on the course. With my husband's backing, I have decided to bite the bullet and apply. As a mother of two young children though, have I bitten off more than I can chew? What is involved in terms of workload and time away from home and work? Any information you have would be most welcome.
     
  2. I was wondering if other teachers out there who had completed the part time course for Teacher of the Deaf could send me information? I have always wanted to do this course. My nearest college have sent me a prospectus on the course. With my husband's backing, I have decided to bite the bullet and apply. As a mother of two young children though, have I bitten off more than I can chew? What is involved in terms of workload and time away from home and work? Any information you have would be most welcome.
     
  3. I hope that I am not too late.
    I am just about to complete the course and have loved it!
    Many on my course do it over 2 years due to family, It can work, assignment time and placement time ( 4 weeks) is the hardest.
    I am working full time and had leave for placement, I am a single parent and a carer so if I can you can!
    You will enjoy the course but check with the uni you are going to, as to what is required. Many are different and I looked around.
    If this is what you want, you will love it.
    Hope this helps
    Signingfrog xxx
     

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