advanced skills teacher


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advanced skills teacher

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(Education) education Brit a teacher who has achieved high standards of classroom practice and success and who, after passing a national assessment, is paid to share his or her skills and experience with other teachers. Abbreviation: AST
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She has taught all subjects, but for the past seven years has been an Advanced Skills teacher for dance and PE and continues to work in that area.
Northern Campus 12 Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) staff, including an Assistant Principal, an Advanced Skills Teacher (AST) and 10 teachers, Southern Campus 10 FTE staff, including the Principal, an AST and eight teachers.
She is an Advanced Skills teacher who has also worked to help raise language standards across Kirklees for the last 11 years and will lead Marsden from September.
Stuart Leeming, advanced skills teacher for drama at the school, along with performing arts facilitators Penny Whiteway and Sarah Robinson, acted out a live piece to follow the video based on their childhood experiences.
They have qualifications from top British universities, including Oxford and Durham, with some holding Doctorate and Master's Degrees, and some holding the Advanced Skills Teacher qualification, the highest award possible for a practising teacher.
Emily is currently assistant principal at the academy, where she has worked as an advanced skills teacher in mathematics.
This started as a pilot scheme with a small group of Year 9 pupils," explained Anna Wolfenden, advanced skills teacher in science, "but we hope to expand it across the school.
The 39-year-old is the class teacher for 5KA, but she's also a lead science teacher and acting advanced skills teacher for North Tyneside, which means other schools benefit from her enthusiasm and expertise.
The school is fortunate to have a strong and committed staff, including an advanced skills teacher, a runner-up in the National Teacher of the Year Award and a consultant to the local authority for writing, which strengthens further an already dynamic team.
After passing a robust national assessment she was promoted to advanced skills teacher and seconded to mentor more than 100 Liverpool John Moores trainee teachers.
Dixie, an educational consultant and advanced skills teacher in initial teacher training in the UK, and Bell, who has been a primary education teacher, headteacher, adviser, and initial teacher trainer in the UK, provide a handbook for individuals interested in becoming a primary school teacher in the UK.
To deal with these concerns, all employing authorities and teacher unions agreed to the introduction of a new 'alternative' career pathway for good teachers called the advanced skills teacher (AST), leading to further salary increments (from 4 to 10%).

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