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June 25, 2014

Thinking about Teaching Internationally?

Many educators consider the possibility of teaching abroad, but at times it can feel like a daunting endeavor.  New teachers are excited by the opportunity to travel internationally and gain classroom experience.  If, you are considering this option investigate the following: Attend an internation...

February 28, 2013

Interviewing for an International Teaching Position via Skype

Skype is the most common way to interview for an international teaching position. It may sound like a relief to be able to interview from the comforts of your own home, but there are a few things you should remember: 1. Dress up. Like with any interview you may have, your interviewer will expect ...

February 19, 2013

Begin Your Exciting International Adventure Now!

There are things that you can do ahead of time to prepare for the application process:  Update your CV (resume)  Create a cover letter (that you may adapt for various employers)  Request official copies of your transcripts, degree(s) and teaching certificate(s)  Request a letter of refer...

February 13, 2013

Frequently Asked Questions about Teaching Overseas

Are there opportunities for first year teachers in international schools? Yes! International schools are looking for high-quality teachers with enthusiastic teaching strategies! It is doesn't matter if you are a first year teacher or an experienced teacher. International schools are looking for yo...

February 04, 2013

International Teaching: Consider the Benefits!

If you could teach anywhere in the world, where would you go ... somewhere you know well or somewhere you've never been before? International schools are seeing an influx of students who want to attend university in America. Because of this, American teachers are in high demand in international sc...

July 01, 2009

Learning and Growing through International Teaching

As an educator, I find it imperative and a sense of duty to the profession, to engage in constant professional development, educational growth, and personal learning. Life-long learning, after all, is what being a teacher is about. International teaching, with its built-in structure of constant pro...

April 04, 2007

Returning to the US & Job Hunting

Barbra asked about returning to the US after several years of teaching in Taiwan. Jack Kronser (HR director in Colorado) writes: "Your question is pretty all-encompassing, but I understand your concerns. Yes, being out of the country that long would make you a little out of touch, however, a good...

April 03, 2007

Moving back to the U.S.

Barbra also mentioned being "out of the loop of American culture and what is going on in the system." Since you are reading Education Week and Agent K-12, you are obviously online and keeping up with the best source! 1) The use of technology in the job search will be one huge change in the seven y...

April 03, 2007

Moving -- International Back to the States

Barbra wrote about being a licensed elementary teacher of 10 years, with a Masters degree and seven years experience in Taiwan. She wanted advice on coming back into the US culture and finding a job. Dawn Jones (Northern IL Univ.) writes: Are you from the Midwest originally? From what institut...


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