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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In Merseyside, Kirkby Fields' former World War II munition workers' barracks were used by the Liverpool Corporation as a teacher training college. But, at the time, there was also an urgent need for English teachers in Malaya, now known as Malaysia.
The Gateshead Jewish Teacher Training College has applied for permission to build the extension behind the properties it occupies on Bewick Road, while offshoots from two of the houses will also be demolished.
Wasif Khan, who teaches at Sado Qala School in Mata Khan, said: "If I go to a teacher training college in Sharana, it will waste a lot of time."
The principal of Birmingham teacher training college Newman University College In Bartley Green has announced her retirement after more than ten years at the higher education institution.
Summary: TESOL teacher training courses announced by Eton Institute this New Year in partnership with London Teacher Training College, UK (LTTC), commenced successfully.
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.
When Stranmillis College opened in 1922 it was intended to be a non-denominational teacher training college preparing men and women to teach in a religiously mixed state school system.
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.
The announcement which securedKirkby'ssmall place in Malaysian history was made at the Malayan Teacher Training College (MTTC), a centre set up in the town following World War II and called so due to the country previously being called Malaya.
The picture here was sent in by Arthur Harada, who lives in Dorset, who tells us: 'In September, 1955, when I was 17 yrs old and waiting to go to Chester Teacher Training College to be trained as a maths and science teacher, I was appointed to be a general subjects teacher at the then newly-opened Edge Hill Secondary Modern School for Boys, in Durning Road, for one term.

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