Description:U.K training and development agency website.
Newest Review: ... entering the teaching profession. The website is clear and easy to use and address the main issues that any prospective teacher might have. The main body of the site contains six coloured boxes which give information on what would appear to be the most frequently asked questions for potential trainees - behind each of these boxes, the user is brought to another section of the website which ... more
Customer tda.gov.uk Reviews (2)
by - written on 02/05/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
www.tda.gov.uk is the website of The Training and Development Agency for Schools. There are six sections to the website, namely * Get Into Teaching - information for those interested in entering into a career in the teaching profession. * Teachers - Help, advice and support for current classroom teachers (Including Newly Qualified Teachers) * Support Staff - Information for those working or interested in working as teaching assistants and, to a lesser extent, other school support staff * School Leaders - Headteachers and senior leaders * Remodelling - Support for schools in the changing education environment * Partners - other ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/05/09 (Very useful, 62 readings)
So having always enjoyed playing 'teachers' as a child with whoever would give up their precious time to be my 'students', I finally decided last year after much soul searching and what not to go into the profession. I've already enroled on an undergraduate English course to begin this autumn but getting into teaching is a lot more difficult than most people imagine. There's so many different types of courses, ways to get experience, so much that is required of you both academically and professionally and trying to make head and tail of what is actually wanted from you and how you'll be able to fund yourself whilst you train etc. is extremely mind boggling ... Read the complete review