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Yesterday 06:08 PM
weis Hi, I would like to seek some advice. If I were to pursue the teaching track, do you think it is a must to study a master in NIE?
Yesterday 02:45 PM
Unregistered Hi guys, looking for advice on becoming a teacher in MOE.

Iím currently an ECDA certified teacher with a diploma in EC. Iím looking to cross over and becoming a primary school teacher. Is DipEd the only path I have if I did not do exceptionally well in my previous diploma program? I assume itís hard to get into the BA scheme unless I did well (thereís no IGP for the course in terms of poly GPA so I canít compare either).

If I were to pursue DipEd, Iíd like to be an arts teacher. Anyone has any info in terms of salary for that?

Thanks!
17-09-2020 10:47 PM
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Just wondering , with covid 19 now, do we need to remove mask during job interview at MOE?
Hi I went for an interview recently. Before entering the room, you will be wearing shield and mask. The shield is provided. You sanitise your hands and take the shield from a plastic box. Then when you are about to enter the interview room, you will be told to remove your mask. The presentation and interview will be done with shield on ONLY.

Interviewers are all seated quite far apart.
17-09-2020 12:41 AM
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Just to confirm...every year during ranking, every school must somehow choose a small percentage of teachers to give C- and D grades?
yes, and then nationwide to all schools to have final ranking
16-09-2020 11:01 PM
Unregistered Regarding getting C- means no promotion for three years.

I have gotten C- before. The year right after, B and promoted.

So, not true.
16-09-2020 09:01 PM
Unregistered If i'm not wrong, if no D graders, then 7% of the lowest performers is C- or if got D graders then I think is 3 or 5% will have D or C-.
16-09-2020 06:43 PM
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What would you consider to be high stake projects then?
Broadly speaking, anything that has cohort-level impact and above (can also be school-level or cluster-level). Iím guessing that anything more specific will depend on the context of your school and the perception of your school leaders.
16-09-2020 04:55 PM
Unregistered Just to confirm...every year during ranking, every school must somehow choose a small percentage of teachers to give C- and D grades?
16-09-2020 02:21 AM
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What if I kenna 2 C- in a row, does that mean no promotion for 6 years from the first C-?
Also will I be put on probation?
Most likely can say goodbye to your job.
16-09-2020 12:15 AM
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Newbie who needs help :)

hello,

would appreciate if there is anyone knows if there is any alternative document in replacement of a "certificate of service" ?

MOE has requested this document from me but I understand that this document is usually only given to employees who have resigned.. To ask for it is like telling your boss that you are gonna quit?

any idea on how strict they are with this doc? tyvm!
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