Posts by Tiffany Kibblewhite

The impact of Teacherhorizons’ charity donations

Did you know that Teacherhorizons donates 10% of all our profits to support education projects that offer opportunities to less fortunate students in developing countries? This year, we have selected Tea Leaf Vision (TLV) as our charity due to the impact they are having on young people in the tea plantation region of Sri Lanka. Read more… Read more »

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10 questions to ask schools during your interview

Imagine…You’ve prepped for days for an interview with your dream international school, the Skype call has gone well, no technical glitches, you’ve answered their questions exactly as planned, you’re feeling positive and you’re so close to the end. Then the interviewer says “Finally then, do you have any questions for me?” *GULP* You had been so… Read more »

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The 12 jobs of Christmas 2017

Merry Christmas one and all! And as our gift to you, we bring you 12 of our favourite jobs for 2018. Have a look at what this brand new year has to offer you.   1) MYP Science Teacher – International School of Nanshan Shenzhen, China This position involves teaching Chemistry, Biology and Physics to… Read more »

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Working at Cairo English School

Calling all teachers in London! Cairo English School is on the lookout for adventurous and experienced teachers to join their dedicated and diverse team in Egypt. Interviews are being held in London from the 19th – 24th November or over Skype. If you are interested in this amazing opportunity, read on to hear some testimonials from… Read more »

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Come and visit us at the IB conference

Teacherhorizons is proud to be attending the IB conference in The Hague this October, where we will be launching our new Explorer service and providing an introduction to interested schools. If you would like to find out more about how your school can save time and money on recruitment, come and meet us there –… Read more »

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Prepare yourself: Top international interview questions.

International teaching interviews can be terrifying. You often don’t have that face to face contact with your interviewer (rather screen to screen via Skype) which means there can be technical hitches involved, and you can’t read body language like in a regular interview. Also, your only judgment on what the school actually looks like is… Read more »

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