What They Didn’t Teach Me on My PGCE: and other routes into teaching

January 3, 2020 - Comment

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Anonymous says:

Highly recommend – not just for PGCE students This is not just for PGCE students. It’s for anyone working in the education industry. There are hundreds of stories in different styles and genres from those training to be teachers to those who are now headteachers or academic professors. There are pieces from educational consultants, an educational psychologist, a social worker working with children in schools and a school librarian. There’s some great takeaway advice and recommendations for additional reading. It’s a great introduction to…

Anonymous says:

A perfect handbook for teachers I am currently studying towards a PGCE and this book was truly a godsend.It has first hand accounts written by several people from the teaching profession. There is an abundance of insight and reflection that is very valuable to teachers as well as those aspiring to be one.This will be my handbook over the next few years and beyond. Would definitely recommend this book to teachers and anyone who is working with children. The author has done a brilliant job of putting this book…

Anonymous says:

Amazing anthology of authenticity Absolutely love this book. An array of stories that touch on almost every element of what it means to be a teacher. A must have for early career teachers as well as those who maybe need reminding of the joy, magic and long lasting impact this wonderful profession can have on small (and tall) humans.

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