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    Arrow Seeking To Be A SEN Teacher

    A main stream trained teacher can seek to be a Special Education Need teacher
    (SEN Teacher). But you need some training to be a SEN teacher. Today teachers have been assumed on limited time contract and eventually perhaps they are made permanent.

    The Basic Requisit to appy to be a SEN teacher:

    The Personal Disposition : While applying for a job to be the SEN teacher , you must have great enthusism, self confidence, and must have a great ability to plan and structure the lesson.

    You must be competent to write an effective Curriculum Vitae and the covering letter. Your CV file and the covering letter will create an impression to hire you for the job or not. For the first time you must write the draft, read it loudly and mosify it. Read it to your friends or a guide and modify it. Sometimes get help from professional cv file writers. They know exactly what you are supposed to write and what you are not supposed to write.

    You must remember that you are going to pay your traveling charges and any other expences. They may pay you some allowence for your traveling expences.
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    Well, the successful SEN Teacher will be teaching Maths to GCSE level. We are looking for applicants with a background and experience of working within special Educational needs, in particular students with social, emotional and behavioral needs...
    -- Teffany
    www.tefljobs4u.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by teffjones View Post
    Well, the successful SEN Teacher will be teaching Maths to GCSE level. We are looking for applicants with a background and experience of working within special Educational needs, in particular students with social, emotional and behavioral needs...
    Would it be more helpful to have a degree or some background in social work to help kids with those issues?

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