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I need feedback from teachers

Started Dec 1, 2010 0 Replies

I'm managing this site which is exclusively for teachers. It is At the moment, I'm not promoting it, :-) but would just like some…Continue

Tags: from, teachers, advice, feedback, needed

What specialization of teaching pays the most?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angela White Dec 3, 2010. 3 Replies

Personally, I enjoy playing with babies, but it's the 7-10 year olds that I really enjoyed teaching because of their eagerness to learn and their still simple approach to what they consider fun. But…Continue

Tags: job, specialization, teaching, salary, teacher

Higher Education for Teachers

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angela White Dec 2, 2010. 10 Replies

Is it really feasible for teachers to not only teach class, but to sit in it as well? Teachers are already swamped with things to do. Where does a teacher find the time to achieve their higher…Continue

Tags: for, degrees, teachers, education, higher


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I used to be a teacher, now I help other teachers to succeed in their career to achieve their higher education.
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At 12:07am on December 2, 2010, Anne Mirtschin said…
Hi Angela and welcome to classroom2.0. It is wonderful to see your energy already released in starting discussions and sharing in existing ones. My school was part of a pilot project with the University of Ballarat and Country Education Project for virtual teaching rounds by pre-service teachers. That was really exciting but hard work as the girls had little knowledge of and experience in the use of technology for eLearning. I am off to check out your site now.


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