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AST

 
Association of Surgical Technologists; aspartate transaminase.

AST

Abbreviation for aspartate aminotransferase.

AST

aspartate transaminase.

AST

1 abbreviation for aspartate aminotransferase.
2 abbreviation for angiotensin sensitivity test.

AST

2. Assisted reproductive technology, see there.

AST

Abbreviation for aspartate aminotransferase.

AST

ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE.

AST

aspartate aminotransferase.
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Three regions--Western Australia, South Australia and the Northern Territory--have retained advanced skills teacher schemes for government teachers since the 1990s.
Mike Potts, citizenship and advanced skills teacher at St Mary's, said: "All the staff have been astounded by the swifter delivery of lunch.
Mary Doherty, from the agency, said: "We know from our research that a large proportion of teachers want to continue their career through work in the classroom, so clear standards for senior teacher, advanced skills teacher and the introduction of excellent teacher will recognise and promote the very best in classroom teaching.
Anna Wolfenden, advanced skills teacher in science, said: "This started as a pilot scheme with a small group of Year 9 pupils, but we hope to expand it across the school.
Natalie Deane, the school's advanced skills teacher for primary art and design, said: "The earlier children are creatively inspired, the more likely they are to have a lifelong engagement with art, something that can transform their lives and give them a voice for their thoughts and feelings.
The club has been set up by the school's assistant head teacher, Dr Digby Carrington-Howell, and the design and technology advanced skills teacher, Paul Scopes.
He was one of the youngest teachers in the country to become an advanced skills teacher in just his second year in the profession.
Advanced skills teacher Alex Howe said of the sessions: "It's a relaxed, totally safe place where students develop their reading skills with the added advantage of having Audrey with them.
Margaret Baxter, the school's advanced skills teacher said ICT for staff and pupils alike was automatically "their default mode" and added: "We use cutting edge technology and are always looking to move the boundaries, willing to change and bring new things in.
The school had a further cause for celebration after Lucy Eastwood was recognised as an advanced skills teacher.
The advanced skills teacher, whose role is to support primary schools in setting up languages, says: "It is five years since we became a language college and we first started going to our feeder primary schools in the summer term as part of our bid.
Mr Harte, described by his headteacher as "rigorous, dynamic and challenging", is one of the youngest teachers in the country to become an Advanced Skills Teacher, in just his second year in the profession.

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