Welcome to the third post in our series International Teaching: Everything you need to know, if you haven't yet read posts 1 and 2 you can find them here: Is International Teaching Right For Me? The International Job Search: What to look for and where In this post we’ll be taking a look at the … Continue reading International Teaching Interview Preparation: Tips and Tricks
Welcome to the second post in our series International Teaching: Everything you need to know. If you haven’t checked it out already we recommend you read the first post Is International Teaching Right for Me? This will help you decide if a move into international teaching is right for you. Today’s post looks at the next … Continue reading The International Teachers Job Search: What to look for and where.
Recently there has been increased coverage in the media, especially in the UK, of teachers deciding to move overseas to continue their careers. Such as this story run by The Guardian; https://www.theguardian.com/education/2019/nov/13/why-british-teachers-fleeing-overseas-international-schools A number of factors such as high pressure to perform, under-funding, long hours, and poor workplace culture are combining with easier than ever … Continue reading Is International Teaching Right for Me?
This week we’re excited to launch a new series of blog posts: International Teaching: Everything you need to know. This series of 6 posts will be released over the coming few weeks and offer a wealth of information for teachers considering a move overseas, whether for the first time or the fifth. Click on the … Continue reading International Teaching: Everything you need to know.
An amazing part of the life of an international teacher is getting to experience and participate in holidays and celebrations you’d probably never see at ‘home’. This week Kuwait celebrated National Day (25th Feb) and Liberation Day (26th Feb) as these are national holidays we had our school celebration late last week before the break. … Continue reading Celebrating Kuwait’s National and Liberation Day 2019