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Unregistered 04-08-2018 07:43 AM

Anyone has interview experience with seab ?
Care to share thx u
Having one next week

ridhwan1820 04-08-2018 10:05 PM

Does anyone know if the starting salary of an allied educator (behavioural) is comparable to that of the average MOE teacher, if one is a fresh graduate? And what is the usual range for a first class honors?

Unregistered 05-08-2018 04:12 PM

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Originally Posted by ridhwan1820 (Post 109355)
Does anyone know if the starting salary of an allied educator (behavioural) is comparable to that of the average MOE teacher, if one is a fresh graduate? And what is the usual range for a first class honors?

Staring salary of AED will always be lower than average MOE teacher. Starting pay of first class hons is around 3500

ridhwan1820 05-08-2018 04:15 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 109373)
Staring salary of AED will always be lower than average MOE teacher. Starting pay of first class hons is around 3500

Thanks for the reply. Is this inclusive of NS for guys?

ridhwan1820 05-08-2018 04:44 PM

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Originally Posted by ridhwan1820 (Post 109374)
Thanks for the reply. Is this inclusive of NS for guys?

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 109373)
Staring salary of AED will always be lower than average MOE teacher. Starting pay of first class hons is around 3500

I heard from a news article that there is a need for allied educators this time around given that a lot more students have been identified as requiring special needs. Is this true?

And how is the career progression like? For someone who is ambitious, is there a career ladder to look forward to?

Unregistered 05-08-2018 09:28 PM

Any idea whether MOE stills needs Economics teachers? I majored in economics so apart from economics, English and Math could be possible teaching subjects.

Unregistered 05-08-2018 09:29 PM

1) There's probably an increased need, yes.

2) I'm not so familiar with the AED salary scale and career progression so don't take my word for it; that said, my impression as a teacher in school is that there isn't really much a career ladder - if this is one of your priorities, you might want to rethink the option.

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Originally Posted by ridhwan1820 (Post 109375)
I heard from a news article that there is a need for allied educators this time around given that a lot more students have been identified as requiring special needs. Is this true?

And how is the career progression like? For someone who is ambitious, is there a career ladder to look forward to?


Unregistered 06-08-2018 10:16 PM

Untrained teacher application (May-Jun 18)
 
Hi all,
Anyone who is shortlisted, went to interview and know the outcome of the interview yet?

ridhwan1820 06-08-2018 10:35 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 109401)
Hi all,
Anyone who is shortlisted, went to interview and know the outcome of the interview yet?

PGDE? Which teaching subject and at which level? Interview date? Any news?

Ps: feel free to PM me.

Unregistered 07-08-2018 08:31 AM

Untrained teacher (May-June application window)
 
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Originally Posted by ridhwan1820 (Post 109402)
PGDE? Which teaching subject and at which level? Interview date? Any news?

Ps: feel free to PM me.

May-June 2018 application window
Interview on 12 July 18
Shortlisted for pri EL/Maths

Anyone has been to MOE School counsellor interview yet? Is the interview similar to teacherís interview with 3-4 interviewers? What kind of questions do they asked? Appreciate any sharing here.

Great thanks.


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