Assorted Newbie Questions: I am 30 years of age and Dutch. I have a MA in Globalization and Development Studies (fully English-taught program) and a BEd in History from a respected Dutch university of applied science. I have some prior experience in teaching… Answer this Forum Post
Advice Needed: I am really sold on becoming an international school teacher but I could use some advice as to the appropriate route. I am a recent graduate with a major in Economics…Answer this Forum Post
My Situation: I’m currently teaching at a MS in the US as an EC teacher (special education) in my second year and am certified to teach Special Ed k-12th and just added a certificate to teach MS Language Arts, and plan on getting my social studies certificate for MS. How viable am I as a candidate to be an International teacher?… Answer this Forum Post
Would We Qualify as a Teaching Couple? I am currently teaching SEN at an IB International school with my husband who is a “trailing spouse.” What would the chances be of us getting hired as a teaching couple? Answer this Forum Post
Teaching Couple Teach Same Subject: My husband and I are very interested in teaching internationally. However, we both teach the same subject, health and physical education. We are both certified pre k-12th. Before I spend an exorbinant amount of money applying to recruiting agencies… Answer this Forum Post
More Posts to Consider: Special Education teacher with small family / Dual-citizen question / Job hunting with non-teaching African partner / Am I International School Material? / Question from a couple looking to teach abroad
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