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Andy Walker

An appeal for e-tutors

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I also run a closed forum for a teacher training institution.

We are looking for experienced teachers who would be willing to spend a little time answering trainee teacher's questions.

All types of subject specialist are welcome but we are particularly looking for teachers of Health and social care, Geography, History, ICT and Art.

If you are interested in getting invloved please either respond in this thread or contact me

http://www.kmtraining.net

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Hi, Andy. I am quite interested, having enjoyed mentoring History trainees at school, both of whom benefitted from the experience. Or so they told me. I have been 'early retired' for two years, but at the moment still feel my advice is relevant. As I am hoping to write History textbooks, I am constantly on the look-out for anything to keep myself in touch, including recently signing up to be a tutor of History and KS3 English. Norman.

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Hi, Andy. I am quite interested, having enjoyed mentoring History trainees at school, both of whom benefitted from the experience. Or so they told me. I have been 'early retired' for two years, but at the moment still feel my advice is relevant. As I am hoping to write History textbooks, I am constantly on the look-out for anything to keep myself in touch, including recently signing up to be a tutor of History and KS3 English. Norman.

Thank you very much Norman, consider yourself signed up!

We have one History trainee so it shouldn't be too onerous.

I'll be in touch directly when we are ready to start.

Any one else out there feeling altruistic?

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