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Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by gailrobinson, Apr 18, 2012.

  1. thanks for this...it has really helped!
  2. I posteded a jibberish query at almost the same time as this was posted, although this hasnt answered the questions i asked directly, the small bits and bobs i have looked over briefly have helped me mjorly! Helped me to relax and definitely provided me with some fantastic ideas to develop on, particulalry for my inerviews! Thanks!
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    ampash New commenter

    I have my teacher training interview coming up and found the link to the article very helpful.

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