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5 potential career paths for…maths students

Numbers, equations, facts and figures. For many of us a maths-focused career where every day is filled with number-crunching would be far from a welcome prospect. However, for maths students and for those who are naturally skilled with numbers, the following five career paths can offer rewarding ...

Safeguarding: teacher and student interaction via social media

The majority of schools now have in place safeguarding rules for acceptable behaviour and teacher-student interaction on social media. These focus on the safety and security of the children but sometimes don't cover in as much detail what teachers should do to ensure that their own online interac...

5 potential career paths for…chemistry students

While many students have an image in their minds of chemists as men in white coats, the reality is very different. For a start, organisations such as WISE are encouraging more women into science-based careers, and more opportunities exist for women than ever before in fields relating to chemistry...

How to stop your students from arriving late to lessons

Some of your students are arriving late to lessons. Again. You run through the usual lecture. You hear yourself repeating words you’ve said one hundred times already this term, and it’s only the end of October. The late student misses out, you face playing catch-up with them, and your punctua...

5 potential career paths…for English students

"Are you going to be a teacher when you get older?" is a question that many English students will hear during their time at university. Whilst it is true that a significant number of English students love the idea of teaching after completing their degree (and there is nothing wrong with that - t...