Uteach Feature in The Irish Times
Jan 16, 2017
Teaching abroad: How and where to find a job – Pay has improved for new graduates but better contracts may be on offer in England or further afield.
“Newly-qualified teachers who stay in Ireland usually get work as a substitute teacher for a few years after graduating, but those who go the UK get experience teaching their own classes.”
“This is looked on very favourably by Irish heads. If they return to Ireland, we give them access to a bank of lesson plans that they can deliver right away, interview techniques and Irish curriculum updates. This enhances their chance of getting a job in Ireland.” – Tony Boswell | Uteach.
Read the full article HERE: http://www.irishtimes.com/life-and-style/abroad/teaching-abroad-how-and-where-to-find-a-job-1.2933071