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Is there such a thing as the 'wrong' experience?

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by Alec2005, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. It's up to you but usually primary providers are only interested in school experience in the relevant age groups, and in mainstream school setting. Other experiences aren't useless as such, but don't take the place of long and intensive experience with primary teaching.
  2. Thanks for that. So I will maybe just give it one line or so, but not go into much detail.

    Really enjoying the classroom experience I am gaining just now, and the teachers seem to be giving me a bit more responsibility as they get to know me.
  3. Ask if you can take some part in the lessons, like doing a starter or plenary. The experience of standing up in front of a class is valuable.

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