25 Jan What They Didn’t Teach Me On My PGCE (and other ways into teaching)
What They Didn’t Teach Me On My PGCE (and other ways into teaching)
“Teacher training programmes are incredibly valuable, yet there is a limit to what can be taught in a short amount of time. Teachers are always learning and always growing as professionals. What They Didn’t Teach Me on My PGCE captures the voices of over 200 educators who share their heartfelt advice, top tips, honest reflections, disastrous experiences and laugh-out-loud anecdotes about early career teaching. This is not an instruction manual, as all teaching is complex and situational; rather we invite you to ‘dip in and out’ of each chapter as you navigate the recurring themes, patterns and paradoxes. We hope you will be inspired, uplifted, amused and engaged as you reflect on these experiences, comparing them with your own, and celebrate being a member of the teaching profession.”
Narratives from Dr Muna Abdi, Neil Gilbride, Kat Howard, Dr Emma Kell, Alison Kriel, Nimish Lad, Dr Jess Mahdavi-Gladwell, Philip McCahill, Dr Deborah Outhwaite, Penny Rabiger, Emma Stanley, Emma Turner and writer of the Foreword of the book, Hannah Wilson and many more!