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FE useful information

Discussion in 'Further Education' started by dhill15, Apr 10, 2017.

  1. dhill15

    dhill15 New commenter

    I would be really interested to find out what sort of resources you find useful when looking for a new role. I have information on micro-teaches, CV writing, interview prep and observations but was wondering if there is anything else new lecturers would like to/should know.
    Thanks in advance
  2. IlMentore

    IlMentore New commenter

    What to do when things go wrong...

    If you look at the threads where new and student educators suffer a setback, most of them are simply down to not knowing what support is available. What are the responsibilities of an employer regarding student lecturers or newly-qualified lecturers? How do you find your union? What is the real-world impact of a 'bad' observation? When should you call your mentor? When should you ask for a new mentor?

    Some basic FAQs and myth-busting would be great.
  3. dhill15

    dhill15 New commenter

    I hadn't really thought about any negatives and when things go wrong. Thank you! You have definitely given me lots to think about.

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