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Teaching assistants

Sean R.St.J Neill

Teaching assistants

a survey analysed for the National Union of Teachers

by Sean R.St.J Neill

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Published by University of Warwick,Institute of Education,Teacher Research and Development Unit in Warwick .
Written in English


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Statement by the University of Warwick ; Institute of Education ; Teacher Research and development Unit ; S.R.St.J.Neill.
ContributionsUniversity of Warwick. Institute of Education. Teacher Research and Development Unit.
The Physical Object
Pagination85p. :
Number of Pages85
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21383271M

The program will prepare graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to work as teaching assistants in childhood education classrooms. Program Goals and Objectives. To prepare students for employment as teaching assistants in public schools. To prepare students to .   Teaching Assistant Interview questions by questionsgems. Are you are preparing to interview a candidate or applying for a teaching assistant job, review our list of best Teaching Assistant interview questions and answers. Get the top rated teaching assistant interview questions here. Here they are- Also check- Special education teacher interview questions / Teacher interview questions. Depending on the teacher, a teaching assistant may be responsible for any number of tasks outside the classroom. Teaching assistants are commonly asked to mark papers and grade exams. You may be asked to create and edit worksheets, handouts, and exams and will most likely have to Author: Tara Arntsen.


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