teachership


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the position of teacher

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This approach creates actions that emerge from these new understandings--such is the core of successful principal and teachership in rural settings.
The general picture of what it was like to be a junior teacher between 1931 and the Inquiry is enhanced by the additional material in the memoirs such as details of their ages, boarding conditions and social life, whether they had matriculated, whether they were studying successfully and what happened to them at the end of the junior teachership period.
But perhaps this is not a new idea for story tellers in the past have always assumed a certain teachership in dealing with child narratees or addressees.
The extension of the school is carried out in the extension of the gymnasium / existing teacherships on the north side of the existing school.
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