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A Reference Guide for Teacher Managers

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All too often the many pressures on their time distract teacher managers from looking closely at the methods employed in their departments. Halliday’s book provides checklists to help them focus on those all-important basics.

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Probation and Confirmation

While the completion of a course of teacher training may lead to a qualification this, by itself, does not ensure that the newly qualified professional has all the necessary attributes to be recognised, publicly or professionally, as a fully-fledged teacher. Most countries require a newly qualified teacher to serve a period of probation and, subject to satisfactory reports over a period of time, to seek confirmation. This is normally granted by the appointing authority but, in some countries, confirmation is granted by an independent body and is taken as the act of conferring professional status.

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