Career Development for Teachers: The TES Handbook

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Taylor & Francis, Jan 1, 2004 - Education - 125 pages
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The philosophy underlying this book is that it is necessary to plan your career in teaching if it is to be successful: good fortune plays its part, but teachers can and should plan in order to take advantage of opportunities as they come along. This authoritative and reassuring guide has been fully revised and re-written and will help give all teachers a clear idea of what they get from teaching, to know their objectives, to recognise opportunities and to seize them.
Written for all teachers, it gives examples for those at different stages of their careers and shows how to plan for each stage of development and how to take control of your teaching career.

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Jim Donnelly is a respected and successful headteacher, with personal experience of working in and leading urban schools for more than 30 years. He has published widely.

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