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Old 25-04-2024, 04:44 PM
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Exactlyyyyy on the same sentiment. Honestly, I am really burning the hell out. I am only serving my third year in the service! No work life balance. Marking and workload is a nightmare. What is the MOE exactly doing?????

Can't wait to finish my bond and be a free bird.
I am in my 17th year. Not sure how I survived so long but didn't recall the earlier years being so challenging either.

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Old 25-04-2024, 05:11 PM
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I'm doing contract teaching my intake is July 2024. I am posted to a school in mid February. What are the chances MOE will take me in for July intake? How do they decide? Why do I hear commonly contract has to serve 1 year before entering NIE?
I thought PGDE only has 1 intake per year every Dec?

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Exactlyyyyy on the same sentiment. Honestly, I am really burning the hell out. I am only serving my third year in the service! No work life balance. Marking and workload is a nightmare. What is the MOE exactly doing?????

Can't wait to finish my bond and be a free bird.
Your bond is probably finishing soon unless you're a scholar...

All the best for your future!

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I'm doing contract teaching my intake is July 2024. I am posted to a school in mid February. What are the chances MOE will take me in for July intake? How do they decide? Why do I hear commonly contract has to serve 1 year before entering NIE?
u sure you want to be a teacher?
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Old 26-04-2024, 11:35 AM
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i guess teachers won't benefit from flexi work arrangement?
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Old 26-04-2024, 02:59 PM
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i guess teachers won't benefit from flexi work arrangement?
lol what kinda flexi work arrangement can there be??

and higher management and the public will just argue back with the same old assumptions

1. aiya u all bell ring can go home liao

2. aiya u all already got so many holiday and leave

3. eh u all wfh then my kids how? no one at home to take care leh

everyone can already predict and prepare for such responses lol
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Old 26-04-2024, 03:33 PM
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lol what kinda flexi work arrangement can there be??

and higher management and the public will just argue back with the same old assumptions

1. aiya u all bell ring can go home liao

2. aiya u all already got so many holiday and leave

3. eh u all wfh then my kids how? no one at home to take care leh

everyone can already predict and prepare for such responses lol
We always have flexi work arrangements. If you want to work 3/4 load or 1/2 load, can always apply. Just that not many are willing to earn lesser with the reduced workload.

As for wfh, our industry really canít afford to have that. Maybe for teachers in Sec Sch and JC possible. Can wfh during HBL days. But I think tough for primary school teachers.
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Old 26-04-2024, 07:55 PM
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u sure you want to be a teacher?
moe teachers are sai kang warriors.
real teachers give tuition.
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Old 26-04-2024, 08:27 PM
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Now no more covid, all the pattern come out. A lot of VIA or family day/events planned for saturdays, overseas trips, some even got VIA at night etc. On one hand resignation flexi adjuncts all over, on the other hand all these things popping out.
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Default questions about SEN Officers

Not much info about this role online.

Would love to know:
  1. what's a day in your life like?
  2. what's the salary like?
  3. whatís your working hour?
  4. whatís your favourite thing working as a SEN officer?
  5. whatís your least favourite thing working as a SEN officer?
  6. what made you apply to become a SEN officer?
  7. understand that applicants need to undergo a 10 month training thatís sponsored by MOE. How was the training like?
  8. I don't have any related background (I majored in economics). Will MOE still take me?

Thank you!
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