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Posted , by Tiffany Kibblewhite

As you may know, our main hub here at Teacher Horizons is in the beautiful city of Siem Reap, Cambodia.  It is there I have spent the last 6 months enjoying the culture, climate and cuisine. We work with many schools in Cambodia, such as JPA who we mentioned recently in our blog The best international schools to… Read more »

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Posted , by Anna Bella Betts

I was having my morning coffee at one of my favourite caffeinating joints in town (it’s called Sister Srey and you definitely should visit if you’re ever in Siem Reap) and it was almost time for me to wrap up my life in the country. Siem Reap’s coffee places are great meeting spots and if… Read more »

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Posted , by Anna Bella Betts

I love killing two birds with one stone and while we’re still on holiday in many parts of the world and our teachers are taking a break from teaching and contributing to our blog, I decided to recycle my own piece of written contemplation on the topic of happy people abroad and more specifically on… Read more »

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Posted , by Anna Bella Betts

Summer is here! At least in the northern hemisphere and many of you teachers are taking a well deserved time off. The team at Teacher Horizons want to wish you a very pleasant time off full of adventure, sunshine and relaxation if this is indeed what rocks your boat. I made my way back to… Read more »

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Posted , by Sammy Tame

We recently featured a post on things to pack when you move abroad, and it made me think about things I miss from home. I’ve been teaching in Siem Reap, Cambodia for 18 months, and there are some things I’m extremely glad I brought, some things I needn’t have, and some things that are physically impossible… Read more »

Posted , by William Melhado

While chatting with a friend who works in early education about what constitutes a “good” school, she presented a new idea to me: “A school can only be good if it is considered diverse.” I jotted the thought down and moved on to other things. Coming upon my note some days later, the simplicity of… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

Change begins with education– a phrase coined by our current partner charity, SeeBeyondBorders, resonates deeply with us at Teacher Horizons. We care about shaping the world through education, which is why Teacher Horizons is so much more than just matching teachers with international teaching jobs. Our dedication towards enhancing quality education around the world means… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

At Teacher Horizons, our community is at the center of everything we do. During these tough times, we have been re-enforcing our online platform, to make it a true virtual home for both teachers and schools. We are incredibly proud to introduce you to your new home from home, in the hope that it makes… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

Many schools across the globe moved towards distance learning approaches as the global pandemic hit. While international schools prepare for the start of the next academic year, the question as to whether distance learning is just a temporary solution or is here to stay is in the air. Some schools have already formed a solid… Read more »

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