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My upcoming student teaching placement will be delivered via remote teaching and learning. I do not have a lot of details about the placement yet (other than they are grade 5/6) and I'm new to remote teaching. Do you have any tips? TIA.

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Kind of uneventful this year....

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外围体育投注As a new grad I feel like I don’t quite understand the process and it’s hard to get a single answer, or one which is based on recent results.

With permanency, does the school matter on it, or are you able to switch schools after a set amount of time?

Eg there is permanency available in Whyalla, but would I be able to move back to Adelaide in say 5 years?

外围体育投注Any advice/ help would be very much appreciated!!

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The GAT will shift to early term 4 but VCE exams still set to run as scheduled, with Victorian students to get their ATAR in December.

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Posted by1 day ago

I am looking to change careers and become a secondary school teacher. I am in NSW if this makes a difference.

I have been accepted into a Master of Teaching (Secondary) course and, based on my undergraduate degree, will be qualified to teach Business Studies as my first teaching area and Legal Studies as an additional teaching area.

What I’m wondering is, will having these two as my teaching areas limit my job prospects, given that they are generally only taught from year 11 (or year 9 in the case of Commerce)? Will I only外围体育投注 be able to teach these subjects or will I be able to teach other subjects that are generally rolled into the HSIE category (such as history or geography)?

Thank you in advance for your help!

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Posted by1 day ago

So with the increase in covid’s positive cases today in Melbourne, I actually wonder if I am taking a risk by applying to unis in Melbourne for February 2021. I should go ahead with my plan right?!

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