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Old 17-10-2019, 12:16 PM
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Hi anyone knows what's the payout for connect plan at end of 7 years?

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Hello all,

I am an NUS 2nd upper male Grad looking at a mid career switch to teaching. I have been working for slightly less than 2 years(only). Will MOE consider my "work experience" and attempt to match my salary? (Currently monthly approximately 5.3k)

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Hello all,

I am an NUS 2nd upper male Grad looking at a mid career switch to teaching. I have been working for slightly less than 2 years(only). Will MOE consider my "work experience" and attempt to match my salary? (Currently monthly approximately 5.3k)
Only relevant work experience will contribute to any increased starting salary point. i.e. your work experience has to be related to your intended teaching subject(s), or related to education.

You will most likely not get 5.3k even with 2 years relevant work experience. At most it will be around 4.5k (optimistic figure, could be lower).

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I am an NUS 2nd upper male Grad looking at a mid career switch to teaching. I have been working for slightly less than 2 years(only). Will MOE consider my "work experience" and attempt to match my salary? (Currently monthly approximately 5.3k)
Tbh they won't coz if they match it 5.3k other cher will be angst. And also to justify a 5.3k you need to do 1.5 FTE of teaching.
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I am an NUS 2nd upper male Grad looking at a mid career switch to teaching. I have been working for slightly less than 2 years(only). Will MOE consider my "work experience" and attempt to match my salary? (Currently monthly approximately 5.3k)
I only have 5.3k after 3.5 years exp with one overseas masters (education related) and one local masters (CS1 related) and 2 B grades.

You wont get 5.3k until about 2 years trained service (or 3, if MOE doesnt consider your work exp relevant).
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I only have 5.3k after 3.5 years exp with one overseas masters (education related) and one local masters (CS1 related) and 2 B grades.

You wont get 5.3k until about 2 years trained service (or 3, if MOE doesnt consider your work exp relevant).
Male with first class honours? 5.3k after 3.5 years is fast!
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Hi anyone knows what's the payout for connect plan at end of 7 years?

Table 3: Payout schedule wef 1 Oct 2015
CONNECT Year Maximum Payout*
GEO 1 - 5 (2015) & SEO 1 - 3 (2015)
4 $15,200 (60%)
7 $24,000 (75%)
10 $25,900 (80%)
15 $36,100 (80%)
20 $28,500 (80%)
25 $18,500 (80%)
30 $20,600 (100%)
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Hi all, I need some advice on this. But before that, I wish to just mention that I am not targeting any particular groups in Singapore.

Apparently in the recent years, many of the older students and alumni have recruited many of my current school students to a church. Some teachers actually do know of this because some students have been using it as a reason not to come for Saturday activities or camps. Of course, we usually warn the students that it is not a valid reason.

However, I do have greater concern for the influences their seniors or friends are having on them.

1. Our government allows religious freedom. But at such a young age, do they really know the purpose of religion? Or are they just following their friends simply because it seems popular, trendy and hot?

2. Some teachers already know about this "mass recruitment/influence" it is having on our school's students, but they tend to be hushed up about it. Is it because they are scared of stepping into a "restricted zone" as defined by MOE (just like LGBT issues)?

3. Do the parents of these kids know about where they are going and what they are doing outside? Should the teachers be informing their parents about it?

If it's the parents themselves who wish to bring their kids up religiously, I have no comment about that since it is the parent's choice. But if it is like a "trend" between schoolmates now? Do we exercise control?

By the way, my school is also not a mission school. It is secular/neutral in terms of religion. I am also not an atheist or anti-religious in any way.

I just hope for my students to think and reflect critically and logically, and not be easily influenced by their friends or even use these as excuses or reasons for misbehaviour e.g. skipping school activities.

Hope I can have some constructive advice/suggestions for this
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To be honest, what students do outside school is their own private business as long as itís not illegal. Do be careful if u intend to Ďdo something about ití. Itís really not within your control and not your business.
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Hi all, I need some advice on this. But before that, I wish to just mention that I am not targeting any particular groups in Singapore.

Apparently in the recent years, many of the older students and alumni have recruited many of my current school students to a church. Some teachers actually do know of this because some students have been using it as a reason not to come for Saturday activities or camps. Of course, we usually warn the students that it is not a valid reason.

However, I do have greater concern for the influences their seniors or friends are having on them.

1. Our government allows religious freedom. But at such a young age, do they really know the purpose of religion? Or are they just following their friends simply because it seems popular, trendy and hot?

2. Some teachers already know about this "mass recruitment/influence" it is having on our school's students, but they tend to be hushed up about it. Is it because they are scared of stepping into a "restricted zone" as defined by MOE (just like LGBT issues)?

3. Do the parents of these kids know about where they are going and what they are doing outside? Should the teachers be informing their parents about it?

If it's the parents themselves who wish to bring their kids up religiously, I have no comment about that since it is the parent's choice. But if it is like a "trend" between schoolmates now? Do we exercise control?

By the way, my school is also not a mission school. It is secular/neutral in terms of religion. I am also not an atheist or anti-religious in any way.

I just hope for my students to think and reflect critically and logically, and not be easily influenced by their friends or even use these as excuses or reasons for misbehaviour e.g. skipping school activities.

Hope I can have some constructive advice/suggestions for this

Because they are minors, their parents have a right to know.

Then again the kind of toa paying ritual killing cult is not common in sg.

Realistically speaking from risk assessment point of view, I don't think there is any physical danger. At most ur students just lose their pocket money to the tithing.

This kind of thing happens even 20-30 years ago when I was a student. I just lost some pocket money.

At this age, students are impressionable. They just want a social gathering. U think they care about doctrine?

I wouldn't really bat an eyelid. But if you are uncomfortable, during meet the parents session can tell the parents.
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