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    I'm getting back into teaching after a big break being at home with my babies. I'm easing slowly back in, but to be honest I can't see myself doing it long term. I don't think I'll be working full time for another few years at least, but I'm looking at specialist areas I could move into (possibly ESL?) or even going back into workplace training which I did before I started my education degree. I've also worked in the education dept of a museum which is a nice change from the classroom. Most art galleries/ museums etc have an education liaison dept.
    I have a friend working as a trainer for the government who trains teachers and school admin on school based software- she loves her job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by My Beloved Ones View Post
    Thanks for the replies so far.

    I have no idea what I can do with my degree. I'd love to be able to study something else but on one income I doubt that will happen.

    I'd love to hear more about what others have done. Anybody else?
    Have you thought about teaching adults? I'm reading recovery trained and I'd love to teach adults to read and write one day. Not sure how to go about it but it might be another option


 

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