Posts with category: Career advice

Posted , by Jess Gosling

In Reception, for the past two years, we have continually developed our ideas around provision, interactions and resourcing. Upon entering the unit, I recognised that the children had a good level of involvement in their tasks, which has increased over time.  The secret that has enabled the children to move toward high levels of involvement… Read more »

photo of author
Posted , by Michael Dunn

Michael Dunn is the creator of, the world’s biggest site for TOK, and, offering a ‘4C’ course for non-IB schools, from 1st May. Falling into international teaching I never intended to live abroad, or become an international teacher. Actually, It’s a career path that few people seem to plan: most of my colleagues… Read more »

Posted , by William Melhado

For many teachers getting to teach the International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum is a career goal, but gaining experience can feel like a “catch 22” situation. IB schools require teachers with previous IB experience, but that requires already being hired by an IB accredited school. Of course, IB teachers, like any other teacher, all started somewhere…. Read more »

Posted , by William Melhado

While most of the world opted to stay close to home last year, those eager to travel are hoping 2021 will bring more possibilities for exploring. Securing an international teaching position can provide the security of a home base while opening opportunities for travel.  Looking for a new teaching job abroad may seem daunting during… Read more »

Explore. Connect. Share.
We're the world's leading community of international teachers. More than just a job search, Teacher Horizons is your online home, wherever your journey takes you.