Posts by Alexandra Plummer

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Continuing our series of Ask the Expert posts, we chat with members of the Teacher Horizons team who share their valuable insight into the world of International Teaching. Teacher Horizons staff are often teachers themselves, so they’ve been in your shoes. This week we chat with Caroline, our lead Recruitment Adviser, about her role, inspiration… Read more »

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It is a fascinating time for international education, as we engage more diversity and build truly global citizens in an increasingly connected and moving world. International teaching is an exciting prospect for blending a respected career alongside a global lifestyle. Is it really a great time to take to international teaching? We think so, and… Read more »

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Forget lines or standing outside the principal’s office, detention has started to look a little different for a school in the US using meditation and mindfulness as an alternative to detention. You can read the full article here if you didn’t catch our recent Facebook post. You don’t need to adopt a whole new program to… Read more »

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The age-old question around teaching opportunities over 60 continues to ring through to our Advisers at Teacher Horizons. What better way to navigate these murky waters than a blog about it? This blog is a starting point for those considering teaching abroad over 60 but unsure of their options. Teaching abroad may be commonly seen… Read more »

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 We continue to share our valuable school visits in this week’s blog. Our team at Teacher Horizons have a thorough understanding of what makes a school desirable from a teacher’s perspective. We travel to our schools and check in with the quality and environment of the place often so that we can share this wealth… Read more »

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First impressions might not be everything but they certainly set the bar. The saying goes that 80% of a decision is mostly made within 5minutes of meeting. Both parties will have a set of preconceptions from the lead up to the interview itself, which is why it is crucial to not risk all the hard work in… Read more »

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This week we are lucky to hear from a guest writer, Jane Barnett, who gives us the low- down on all things International Baccalaureate (IB) related. Teaching and training in IB are sought after by schools and teachers. This week’s blog is incredibly useful for those wanting to get advice and better acquainted with all… Read more »

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Have you been reading our blogs? Do you find it useful seeing blogs written by fellow teachers around the world? As we are a community of international teachers all over the world, the perspectives of teachers themselves are paramount to Teacher Horizons. We want you to read the information that is real, up-to-date and from… Read more »

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