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'Dear Graham'

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by GeneMiller, Feb 1, 2011.

  1. I am a Sociology 2:1 BA hons student and graduated over 11 years ago. Since that time I have worked with Key stage 4 students excluded from education, been a Childrens' Rights advocate, worked as a 14-16 manager at an FE college and I am now developing Foundation Learning for Norfolk. This contract ends in November and I will be looking for a career change and would like to go into teaching, however I understand that Sociology is not in demand and I was hoping that you could give me advice on what to do next.
     
  2. I am a Sociology 2:1 BA hons student and graduated over 11 years ago. Since that time I have worked with Key stage 4 students excluded from education, been a Childrens' Rights advocate, worked as a 14-16 manager at an FE college and I am now developing Foundation Learning for Norfolk. This contract ends in November and I will be looking for a career change and would like to go into teaching, however I understand that Sociology is not in demand and I was hoping that you could give me advice on what to do next.
     
  3. I think if you want Graham to answer your post - you have to post this message in 'Thinking of teaching' forum?
     

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