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Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by RobertsResources, Nov 15, 2011.
That's also the issue, I have a degree from Liverpool University in Computer and Multimedia Systems!
Perce' is correct.
Many international schools like their PE teachers to teach across the Key Stages, too; how is your Year 2 'Team Games', Year 6 gymnastics or your Year 11 basketball, volleyball, rugby (the kids will know an awful lot!)?
I have headed two PE departments overseas and worked with geographers, chemists, maths and English teachers who 'helped' in the PE department; they were all shit! ...joke...sort of.
But! We did have to work the timetable around what they could specialise in.
Top tier schools will not employ a non-specialist, simply because there are plenty around, but second tiers might. *** schools employ staff without teaching degrees; how many in their PE Departments will be PE trained? Only the HODs, I suspect.
Another poster is right as well. A good maths teacher happy to help out in PE would be a pretty valuable commodity anywhere. The world could be your oysterrrrrrrrrr.
Wow - no *** allowed. The soundalike is banned as well. Soon Al Jolson won't be allowed!