SCITT is School Centred Initial Teacher Training, providing individuals with a mix of academic and hands-on training. Working with some of the best state and independent schools across England, we can provide plenty of placement options and the support of a whole group of linguists when you meet during training sessions in your geographical hub or at one of our central training locations.
What will I learn during SCITT training?
Teacher training courses are the best way to gain ‘Qualified Teacher Status’ (QTS).
journey to becoming a qualified teacher must include:
- A minimum of 120 days in at least two schools to gain practical classroom experience.
- The study of educational theory and practice to give you the knowledge and understanding to teach successfully.
- An assessment portfolio combined with live observations.
Learning with the National Modern Languages SCITT covers all of the above and will help you to become an outstanding teacher in languages. On completion of your teacher training you will:
- Know and understand how to teach all aspects of languages.
- Be able to plan and prepare for lessons and set pupils’ learning objectives.
- Have strong classroom management skills, such as knowing how to promote good behaviour and minimise disruption.
- Know how to teach pupils with special educational needs and disabilities.
- Be able to assess pupils effectively.
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