We are recruiting for an English Teacher and Administrator to join our Higher Education Academy. Salary is between £24,000 and £30,000 with 5.6 weeks paid holiday per annum. You will teach, and develop General English, EAP and IELTS courses as part of our English and Foundation Programmes. You may also provide English language support to Higher Education students and lecturers and assist the Academic Head with the daily academic and administrative duties of the Academy.
Who Pays Teachers Best for their Time? Hours primary school teachers spend working on the left. Teachers salary after 15 years of experience / GDP per capita on the right The biggie version of this infographic also includes: how much teachers around the world make (Luxembourgh tops), average class size (Mexico tops… or bottoms if you will) and salary levels vs student achievement (Finland tops).
Top News: "NIGERIA: Senate May Propose Movement Of Teachers' Salaries From Recurrent To Current Expenditure" - http://politicoscope.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Nigeria-National-Assembly-Nigeria-Headline-News-790x395.jpg - Bukola Saraki said the current system where salaries of primary school teachers are paid by Local Government Areas is detrimental to educational growth. on Politicoscope - http://politicoscope.com/2016/07/26/nigeria-senate-may-propose-movement-of-teacher
The Quack back sheet is something I learned from a friend and have used in my classroom ever since. It allows students to give guided feedback to each other with simple sentence starters. Question Understand Agree/disagree Compliment Know more about
Top News: "EDO STATE: Adams Oshiomhole Reveals Lost Over 10 Billion Naira In 4 Years" - http://www.politicoscope.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/Governor-Adams-Oshiomhole-650x346.jpg - Adams Oshiomhole Edo State governor said the Nigerian worker was underpaid, particularly in the public sector. Read more. on Politicoscope - http://www.politicoscope.com/edo-state-adams-oshiomhole-reveals-lost-over-10-billion-naira-in-4-years/.
Governor Fayose Warns Nigeria Teachers Against Huge Bank Loans Ekiti State Governor Ayo Fayose has warned teachers against enslaving themselves with huge bank loans which would leave them with little or no salary at the end of each month. He expressed regrets that taking so many bank loans at the same time has impoverished many teachers dampened their morale and affected their service delivery. Fayose promised to carry out reforms that would solve the perpetual problem of over-deduction…