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Observations - is this normal?

Discussion in 'New teachers' started by xmaspud, Apr 4, 2011.

  1. I would always think of pgce gradings as a pat on the back for doing well and learning the ropes. When it comes to teaching in your nqt year, you are being graded like all the other teachers. This is different. How can you expect to be as experienced as a teacher who has been teaching a few years and getting goods as when you have just begun your career? If you get outstandings now, then that means you have nothing left to learn. Is that true? Some teachers don't master outstanding for many, many years.
     

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