Written in the Kitchen Sink

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I know this might be a long shot, but I figured I’d ask the brilliant #education community…

Has anyone gone from teaching in America to teaching in England? If so, what steps did you have to go through to teach there?

10 months ago
  1. ifthemoonsmiled reblogged this from whenigetupsodoyou and added:
    Ohhhhhhh oops I have no idea then! THAT’S AWESOME THOUGH OH MY GOSH WE’LL BE CERTIFIED TO TEACH WEEEE
  2. whenigetupsodoyou reblogged this from ifthemoonsmiled and added:
    Actually, all graduates after 2012 with a teaching degree in the US are considered QTS by the UK. New legislation yay!...
  3. adventuresofastudentteacher answered: Teach in Scotland!
  4. missdunlop answered: this should have links to everything you need! teachers-uk.co.uk/worki… :)
  5. ukstudentteacher reblogged this from writteninthekitchensink and added:
    I know this might be a long shot, but I figured I’d ask the brilliant #education community… Has anyone gone from...
  6. sleepyscribbler answered: If you literally mean England, specifically, and not the UK IN general, you need to contact the Fepartment of
  7. historyfordessert answered: UK generally you need a PGCE, or hold Nationally Qualified Teacher Status, An FYI a Catholic/Jewish Teaching certificate may also be neeeded.
  8. brendakamy answered: I’m sorry I can not help more
  9. writteninthekitchensink posted this