Teaching Of Career Education

17/05/16

Careers education given to pupils in secondary school can be linked to higher earnings in adult life, according to researchers. A study published in the Journal of Education and Work suggests that better-informed teenagers are likely to make more advantageous career choices. It measures the earnings benefit as an extra £2,000 per year for every six careers sessions when aged 14 to 15. Researchers used the British Cohort Study tracking 17,000 people. The research, commissioned by the Education and Employers charity, found that once other factors were taken into account, such as exam results and economic background, there were higher earnings for those who had received sustained careers advice in school.

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Better Teaching

16/05/16

Universities in England will be able to increase tuition fees above £9,000 from autumn 2017, if they have high-quality teaching, in plans announced by Universities Minister Jo Johnson. The proposals will also make it easier for new universities to open. The plans aim to encourage more competition and better consumer value for students. Labour's Gordon Marsden warned of "inadequate" controls over a "rapid expansion" in new universities. The proposals, published in a White Paper called Success as a Knowledge Economy, aim to encourage a wider range of new higher education institutions, by speeding up the process allowing them to award their own degrees. This

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Why Teach Abroad    by Natasha Stevens

15/05/16

"To live is to choose. But to choose well, you must know who you are and what you stand for, where you want to go and why you want to get there." Quoted from the Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan, who founded the Global AIDS and Health fund for developing countries. After graduating from University I knew I wanted to work abroad, gain an understanding of international travel and see the world from my own eyes, moving beyond college textbooks and stories from professors. There are a number of reasons of why I am choosing to teach English abroad, but the top three are opportunity, awareness and passion.

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Would You like To Teach the International Baccalaureate?

14/05/16

The International Baccalaureate (IB), formerly known as The International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO), is an international educational foundation headquartered in Geneva, Switaerland, founded in 1968. IB offers four educational programmes for children aged 3–19. The organization's name and logo were changed in 2007 to reflect a reorganisation. Consequently, "IB" can refer to the organisation itself, any of the four programmes, or the diploma or certificates awarded at the end of the programme. The successful completion of this programme enable many International Students to gain entry to further and higher education all over the world.

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More Teaching Jobs

13/05/16

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club and a leading private school, Highgate School, are proposing a state sixth form in north London. The free school, planned for September 2017, will use staff and educational expertise from Highgate, where pupils pay £18,705 per year. Spurs will be the school's main financial sponsor and provide premises. Highgate's head teacher says it will allow the school to offer an education to poorer families "on our doorstep". The proposed London Academy of Excellence Tottenham plans to offer A-level courses in the London Borough of Haringey, subject to a four-week consultation which begins next week. Highgate has already been involved

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Teaching Jobs News

12/5/16

Education Secretary Nicky Morgan hopes the concessions will meet the demands of Tory rebels opposed to compelling high-performing schools to convert.

This was about the government listening, she said, adding ministers understood top schools should retain the choice on whether to convert. The move comes days after

threats of industrial action by head teachers. Academies are independently run - but state-funded - schools, overseen by a not-for-profit business, known as an academy

trust. They are often part of a chain. The controversial plans to require all schools to convert to academy status, or have plans to do so, by 2022 were announced in the

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Teaching Abroad

11/5/16

Teaching abroad is a popular job choice for students leaving university, thanks to the almost guaranteed prospect of employment and the opportunities for adventure it offers. It can be a great way to see the world without it costing you anything. Depending on where you teach, you might even be able to save some cash. But teaching overseas can be a daunting prospect and raises all kinds of important questions from, "What experience do I need? Will I be able to buy my favourite cheese. Here's what you need to know before you book your flight.

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Teaching Jobs And Education Jobs

10/5/16

If headteachers are to be creative and innovative, they need the space to lead. Class teachers requires the freedom to lead in their own domains as well. Teachers need autonomy in the classrooms as, in turn, do students over their own learning. Not only does this give everyone a stake in the direction of the school, and their achievement it frees headteachers from the responsibilities of micromanagement and instead allows them to consider the bigger picture and take full control of where the students are at and where they should be at any given time in their learning.

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Teaching Jobs Abu Dhabi                                                                                          

8/5/16

Abbay Education met with officials from top international schools in Abu Dhabi to design and develop a recruitment program that would be beneficial to teachers. Since the inception of this program, Abbay Education has been supplying schools in Abu Dhabi with teachers from the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand USA and other countries. Teaching jobs in The United Arab Emirate are very sought after and stable. They pay generous salaries and offer a wide range of benefit packages. Many teachers come to the United Arab Emirate to work for specific purposes. One of the main reason is to save their tax free earning. Salaries vary with experience, qualification and position.

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International Teaching - Education Jobs                                                                 

7/5/16

 

Teachers now have the freedom to embark on new teaching opportunities overseas in a wide range of international schools in many locations. With the increasing demand for international schools all over the globe, so does the demand for British trained teachers. If you are a qualified teacher and you would like to teach in an international school in UAE, Russia, Europe, Asia including China or South America, we will support you to match you with the right school. 

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