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GTP advice please

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by mr_wolke, Oct 15, 2011.

  1. The problem with the GTP is that it is NOT a recognised degree route into teaching; I would NEVER go GTP ever again! This only causes problems. But once you've done it, why not converting it into a PGCE
    at the University of Northampton? This is what I now do! This GTP is
    just not recognised anywhere but in Enlgand and Wales; and even then,
    one is at the mercy of the schools ... [​IMG]
    This is only my humble opinion and painful personal experience!


     

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