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Addressing National Professional Standards for Teachers

Addressing National Professional Standards for Teachers

Old Mar 10th 2013, 4:09 am
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Hello,

has anyone had to "demonstrate your capacity" against the National Professional Standards for Teachers? As far as I understand it, they have to be addressed Australia-wide now when applying for a teaching position at a state school.
I am in WA, and to be honest I am a bit at a loss as to what and how much to write. No idea what is expected, do I have to write something to each point, if yes, how much, with some points I'm not even sure what they mean...

I'd be happy to hear about any experience with that,
thanks a lot
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Old Jun 6th 2013, 12:11 pm
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Write about your experience and tell them your potential of handle the work...


good luck
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