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Dear Graham help required for PGCE Primary Interview

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by ams2010, Jan 30, 2011.

  1. Morning Graham,

    I'm attending an interview this week at short notice for PGCE Primary. I have to read and communicate my understanding of a current educational issue or debate. Please may you advise me of the latest 'hot topics' aimed at primary education and/or where to find them. I've looked at the current white paper, part 4 (curriculum, assessment & qualifications.
    Please may you also give me a calming tip on pre-presentation nerves, as I will not know my topic until I reach the room :-{
    Many thanks.
     
  2. Morning Graham,

    I'm attending an interview this week at short notice for PGCE Primary. I have to read and communicate my understanding of a current educational issue or debate. Please may you advise me of the latest 'hot topics' aimed at primary education and/or where to find them. I've looked at the current white paper, part 4 (curriculum, assessment & qualifications.
    Please may you also give me a calming tip on pre-presentation nerves, as I will not know my topic until I reach the room :-{
    Many thanks.
     

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