teacher training college


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teacher training college

n (for primary schools) → istituto magistrale; (for secondary schools) scuola universitaria per l'abilitazione all'insegnamento
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It's great for teacher training colleges, it's a special opportunity for lads then, they can go on and be managers in Cumann na mBunscol, it's a really great experience.
students from the Teacher Training College of the Honourable Bede, Durham, who joined Bede Company, the 8th |Battalion DLI in 1915
Upon completion of the intensive course participants will receive two qualifications from London Teacher Training College, UK (LTTC) and ASET UK in teaching English as a foreign language.
Haled Ben Ibrahim Abal Hair plans to visit the Industrial and Teacher Training College, professional lyceums in Bishkek and Chui oblast from December 22 to 24.
After leaving Oxford he spent a year teaching at Radley School before enrolling as an exchange teacher at the Teacher Training College in Dortmund, Germany, to brush up his German.
Louise O'Reilly , 21, is at teacher training college in Wales while sister Lorraine, 25, works for Shamrock Foods in Dublin.
Jamaica Association for the Deaf in Kingston to provide funding for an academic enrichment program for deaf students to attend teacher training college.
Cristina Odone said some of her most inspiring teachers had not gone to teacher training college.
ORIGINALLY established as a teacher training college in 1968, to train teachers for schools in the city of Birmingham, Newman has grown to become a university which has trained more than 13,000 students to become qualified teachers.
She began painting while at teacher training college in Scarborough, joined Hudderseld Art Society in 1954 and remains one of its active members.
He said a teacher training college and a resource centre were currently available in the province and such facilities would be made functional in five towns next year with support from the Ministry of Education.
The exhibition at the National Glass Centre in Sunderland features a collection of art from Nigeria collated by Barbara and Martin Brennan when they worked at a teacher training college in Africa in the 1960s.

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