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?

1 year 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