Unqualified Teacher Pay

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  1. Bethanyjayne99

    Bethanyjayne99 New Member

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    Hi everyone,
    Come September 2020 I will officially begin my teaching journey as an unqualified secondary education mathematics teacher.
    I am aware of the unqualified teacher pay scale, but I wondered if people had any thoughts on the band I could suggest or aim for?
    I have experience within 3 different mainstream schools over 4 working with all year groups in secondary school, placements within special needs schools and currently working with an autism charity.
    I have organised 2 weeks in a primary school to get a feel of the differences and how students are taught there compared to secondary, and am in the process of sorting out some more 2 week placements at special needs schools (such as schools for visually impaired students or students with communication difficulties, and maybe a dyslexia school). I will also be undergoing a BSL module in my final year of uni (studying mathematics with a predicted first-class degree).
    Any guidance would be much appreciated
     
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  3. futuremathsprof

    futuremathsprof Aficionado

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    To public school districts, unqualified = non-credentialied and untrained (no student teaching, mo professional development)
     
  4. Bethanyjayne99

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    I currently work with a scheme related to the government and department for education for maths and physics teachers.
    Throughout our university years we visit a teaching school and produce lessons, have presentations from different members of staff, and develop skills as a teacher. Any school I do my unqualified year with will be aware of this scheme and has to agree to partner to it - as a result they should be aware of some of the experience I have as a teacher already.
     
  5. bella84

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    It sounds like you might be in a country other than the US, as some of the vocabulary you've used doesn't sound typical. What country are you in?
     
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  6. Bethanyjayne99

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    UK - I will be applying to schools in england.
     

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