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School teacher becomes college lecturer... Any tips?

Discussion in 'Further Education' started by mumbles81, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. I think the subject says it all really!
    Going from head of music at a secondary school, to setup a new dept in a FE college.
    Any one done this and have any advice or tips or stories to share?
     
  2. I think the subject says it all really!
    Going from head of music at a secondary school, to setup a new dept in a FE college.
    Any one done this and have any advice or tips or stories to share?
     
  3. JOIN THE IFL RIGHT AWAY. There are loads of benefits and you can still report your CPD for the year 2011-12 for fullest benefit!
     
  4. Welcome to the world of FE, Mr/Ms mumbles81. A little expansion on the advice offered by the previous poster: you may indeed wish to join the IfL. On the other hand, you may wish not to. Either way, the decision is entirely yours. Membership of the IfL will be a voluntary option from next month.
     
  5. Yes, it always was. But the IfL has so much to offer.......
    Since 1995 the Institute for Learning has been dedicated to improving the
    education and achievement of all students, especially those
    traditionally underserved. Our research-based curriculum, tools and
    professional development build the capacity of teachers, administrators,
    and systems to provide students with high quality instruction and
    learning opportunities. We put research on effort-based learning to work
    for students and educators.

     
  6. Ah yes, the mangled English of the IfL at the University of Pittsburgh. We're beginning to be quite familiar with its opening blurb now.
    http://ifl.lrdc.pitt.edu/ifl/index.php/home
    Best not to join the Pittsburgh outfit, Mr/Ms mumbles81. Stick to the London one!
     
  7. teacher (plural teachers) = A person who teaches, especially one employed in a school.


    lecturer (plural lecturers) = A person who gives lectures, especially as a profession,
    or a member of a university or college below the rank of assistant professor or reader.
    Hope this clarifies it for you.
     

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