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Indian psychology lecturer .. Ur suggestion can help a lot

Discussion in 'Primary' started by wiish, Jan 19, 2011.

  1. Hello.I am from India and shifted to London.I have done post graduation in psychology (from India) and qualified NET ( national eligibility test for lecturership) in psychology,conducted by UGC-Delhi (Union Grant Commission),India. I have taught graduate and postgraduate classes of psychology in India.
    I would like to know how can I utilise my skills, and knowledge here as there is lot difference in studying style and curriculum.. I have surfed lot but unable to get any idea where to start from as I cannot invest in Phd or any long-term course due to instability of staying duration here.
    Please suggest what best can b done.... Thanks
  2. I think you've posted this on the wrong forum - we are primary school teachers. Try posting it under the FE lecturers forum, you may get a more helpful response.
  3. Just a beginner here:) thanks Lou .. I do that.

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