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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