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Teacher trainer

Discussion in 'Professional development' started by Medusa10, Jun 19, 2011.

  1. Medusa10

    Medusa10 New commenter


    I am considering my future plans and would
    ultimately like to work at a university on a teacher training programme. I
    don't have a master’s degree but am happy to complete one - would I be better
    off studying for an MA in L&T or subject specific. I am an experienced
    English teacher and hold the NPQH qualification, although I am not Headteacher.
    Advice welcome.

     
  2. Medusa10

    Medusa10 New commenter


    I am considering my future plans and would
    ultimately like to work at a university on a teacher training programme. I
    don't have a master’s degree but am happy to complete one - would I be better
    off studying for an MA in L&T or subject specific. I am an experienced
    English teacher and hold the NPQH qualification, although I am not Headteacher.
    Advice welcome.

     

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