Careers with music - general information Friday 15 July 2011 A career with music is challenging and worthwhile, and offers a high level of job satisfaction for anyone with a strong interest in music. Music offers a wide variety of opportunities. There are performers and composers, teachers in schools and at home, administrators, publishers, record companies, instrument manufacturers, librarians, broadcasters and journalists.
Specialist Schools and Academies Trust The Schools Network e-shop Contact us Resources Events The national curriculum The ‘basic’ school curriculum includes the ‘national curriculum’, as well as religious education and sex education. The national curriculum is a set of subjects and standards used by primary and secondary schools so children learn the same things. It covers what subjects are taught and the standards children should reach in each subject. Other types of school like academies and private schools don’t have to follow the national curriculum.
Geoff Petty - Teaching Today Think of something you are good at, and I bet you learned it by self-assessment. That is, asking: What am I trying to do exactly?What went well and why? postgradireland.com – course information and advice for students in Ireland and Northern Ireland To teach at primary or secondary level in Ireland, you'll probably need a postgraduate qualification to get started in your career. For most teaching jobs in the Republic and Northern Ireland, you will need to have a teaching qualification; this normally means undertaking a postgraduate conversion course. Competition for permanent positions is strong and newly qualified teachers generally take substitute and temporary positions to build up experience. For primary level teaching in the Republic of Ireland, you will need a Bachelor of Education (BEd) or a postgraduate teaching qualification (eg Graduate Diploma in Education). For second-level teaching you will need a postgraduate diploma in Education (previously known as the Higher Diploma in Education). The options
LSN ITQ ICT Skills - Teachers Teachers All these resources and examples represent the use of simple tools and techniques to create effective resources and succesful teaching and learning activities. Each project contains an introduction to the teachers involved and the skills and application developed. Although contextualised for teachers clearly these resources and demonstrations of effective practice and techniques provide examples to learn and apply whatever your role. Scott has created a step by step guide to using Moviemaker and has provided some sample video clips of how it can be used in practice.
New plans to attract and train maths and physics teachers The Prime Minister has set out plans to transform maths and physics teaching in our schools. It aims to: train thousands of new teachers fast track professionals into the classroom attract the country’s top graduates and university fellows Equality and Diversity The University of Glasgow's Equality Statement: The University of Glasgow is committed to promoting equality in all its activities and aims to provide a work, learning, research and teaching environment free from discrimination and unfair treatment. This section provides links to a number of resources relating to the different diversity strands - disability, race equality, sexual orientation - and how these relate to learning, teaching and assessment. Information about University of Glasgow policies and action plans can be found through the Equality and Diversity Unit. They also provide information about the UK Single Equality Act, as information is released. Good practice guidelines and resources
Music teacher job information Page Content Music teacher Hours30-40 per weekStarting salaryVariable Music teachers give music lessons to people of all ages and abilities. Pavlov's Dog Lists of Nobel Prizes and Laureates Pavlov's Dog Play the Pavlov's Dog Game About the game Conditioned reflexes are reflexes you can learn compared to unconditioned reflexes that are built-in, or natural. Read More » How do you become a teacher To work as a teacher of children from age five to sixteen in state maintained schools (excluding academies and free schools) in England and Wales you need to have professional qualified teacher status (QTS). To be awarded QTS by the National College for Teaching and Leadership (NCTL) you must complete a period of training, such as a one-year Professional or Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) course or school-centred training, which recommends you for QTS. This is known as initial teacher training (ITT). Newly qualified teachers (NQTs) then complete a period of induction, which is the first year of employment as a teacher in a school. NQTs are encouraged to start their induction as soon as possible after gaining QTS but there's no set time limit for starting or completing the induction. Teachers in independent schools aren't required to have QTS, but most do.
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