Definitely full term! Don’t worry that surely people will hell you to prepare yourself :)
Thank you hon! I’m working with two organizations and I have to choose one, one of them pretty much told me it was a bad idea and the other one says no problem….
I say just go for the full time position. It’ll be consistent employment and I’m sure the agency will provide you with the necessary resources to make the adjustment to English curriculum smoothly
That’s what I’m leaning towards, plus I’d have my pick of grades. But one of the companies on the phone today all but said that was a bad idea….
Hey, looks like the first part of my comment didn’t post. First time replier here: I’d want to do the supply work just to get a feel of which schools I like. But the consistency from full-term can be really beneficial when you’re adjusting to a new..
Hey sweetie, thanks for the reply! There are two organizations I am considering: Career Teachers and Protocol Education. Give them both a shout, they are very helpful!
Okay, I am honestly in need of opinions here. I am (most likely) moving to London, England in September to teach. There is an organization I am working with that pretty much guarantees me a job. They will also help me find a place to live and advise me on where to teach. What I need opinions on is full-term (my own classroom) vs. supply work. I was leaning toward full-term because I think with my anxiety issues, I do better with consistency. The agency could arrange a job in any grade I want. I could literally go anywhere in London. The problem is, most people start with supply work, because you get to know schools and the curriculum. The agency works with so many schools that they are starting to turn schools down because they don’t have enough teachers, so I am guaranteed work there too. I am so honestly torn, so I would love opinions.
No seriously I am seriously an impartial person but I REALLY don’t like Aslaug.
Think twice before you judge a parent.
This made me cry like a baby
this one time i was on really strong pain killers and i spent about half an hour trying to convince my mom that les mis was quite similar to finding nemo
nemo is jean valjean and marlin is javert
and enjolras is gill trying to help les amis de l’abc escape the fish tank b/c freedom for all
i know i said i wanted to be part of the les mis fandom but not as “that one girl that was high on pain killers and saw plot similarities between les miserables and finding nemo”
Too bad. Welcome, friend.
Christine, what are you afraid of?