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Unregistered 28-06-2019 03:14 AM

PDGE Queries
 
Hi all, I am looking to do a mid career switch into the teaching line.
I am a local Uni grade, 2nd lower with 2 years working experience (unrelated field - drawing $4k/month).
What will be my starting pay like?

Unregistered 28-06-2019 07:24 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 120996)
Hi all, I am looking to do a mid career switch into the teaching line.
I am a local Uni grade, 2nd lower with 2 years working experience (unrelated field - drawing $4k/month).
What will be my starting pay like?

start from year 0

Unregistered 28-06-2019 11:03 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 120996)
Hi all, I am looking to do a mid career switch into the teaching line.
I am a local Uni grade, 2nd lower with 2 years working experience (unrelated field - drawing $4k/month).
What will be my starting pay like?

About 3.3-3.6k

Unregistered 28-06-2019 06:50 PM

Pgde
 
Hi, anyone knows typically how many % of the PGDE cohort graduates with PGDE (Distinction), PGDE (Credit) and/or a Distinction in Practicum?

Unregistered 28-06-2019 07:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 120996)
Hi all, I am looking to do a mid career switch into the teaching line.
I am a local Uni grade, 2nd lower with 2 years working experience (unrelated field - drawing $4k/month).
What will be my starting pay like?

It's very hard to get into teaching these days.
There are excess teachers.. The mid career teachers whom I have seen these days are actually doing well outside and took quite a substantial paycut to enter teaching..

To qualify even for contract teaching, you must pass 3 tests.

A 300-500 words in the spot written essay
A 10 minutes micro teaching
A panel of 3 interviewers, one of whom is an experienced principal.

Only which when you fulfilled all three criteria then you can join contract teaching of up to 1.5 years where you are further assessed on your suitability for teaching training at nie.

2 years non related experience means u start off as fresh grad pay.

Unregistered 28-06-2019 08:25 PM

Lol, I got a teaching award quite easily while at NUS. Second upper class honours + 1 interview, that's all. In return I'd free uni education.

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 121028)
It's very hard to get into teaching these days.
There are excess teachers.. The mid career teachers whom I have seen these days are actually doing well outside and took quite a substantial paycut to enter teaching..

To qualify even for contract teaching, you must pass 3 tests.

A 300-500 words in the spot written essay
A 10 minutes micro teaching
A panel of 3 interviewers, one of whom is an experienced principal.

Only which when you fulfilled all three criteria then you can join contract teaching of up to 1.5 years where you are further assessed on your suitability for teaching training at nie.

2 years non related experience means u start off as fresh grad pay.


Unregistered 29-06-2019 12:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 120970)
Please quit for those who eye-ing on the children's. Paedophile cases are on the rise.

I like those that wear hello kitty underwear. Yummy!

Unregistered 29-06-2019 10:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 121032)
Lol, I got a teaching award quite easily while at NUS. Second upper class honours + 1 interview, that's all. In return I'd free uni education.

Talking about mid career applicants..

Teaching award holders are plenty abundant. It's the lowest of all. They dun really account much at all, frankly speaking. Only EMS and above are considered significant.

Unregistered 29-06-2019 10:29 PM

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Originally Posted by Unregistered (Post 121026)
Hi, anyone knows typically how many % of the PGDE cohort graduates with PGDE (Distinction), PGDE (Credit) and/or a Distinction in Practicum?

Distinction for practicum. It's considered very rare. Maybe a handful out of 100.

Needs to be moderated by nie external assessors.

PGDE (Distinction) is not that difficult to attain with at least a credit for practicum and GPA of 4.5 and above. Not really difficult.

Unregistered 30-06-2019 10:36 AM

Get distinction got higher pay??

Do teachers get paid more after attaining PGDE


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