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Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

Continuing our new series of Ask the Expert posts, we chat with the Teacher Horizons team who share their valuable insight into the world of international teaching. Teacher Horizons staff are teachers themselves, so they’ve been in your shoes.  This week I chatted with Jo, a Teacher Horizons Recruitment Advisor with a penchant for simple-living,… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

Last year we posted a blog about our recent school visits here.  In this week’s blog, we continue to share this valuable feedback. 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… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

This week we take a trip with Jennifer Harrison to hear how settling into teaching and life in Hong Kong has been for her.  Get the low down on island getaways, supportive parents, delicious food and more below…   1. Where are you teaching and what’s your school like? What made you choose that specific… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

Gone are the days of the teacher knowing it all. Gone—or at least we hope, are the days of rote learning. We live in a time where we are inundated with a wealth of tools, and the world is literally at our fingertips. But what does this mean as a teacher? While we are at… Read more »

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Posted , by Auriel Roe

To take a break from our regular blogs, this week we hear from one of our candidates who has recently had an incredible achievement and published a fiction book set in an international school! It can be found on Amazon right here, and already has fantastic reviews such as “a sprightly, inventive novel, rich in… Read more »

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Posted , by Tiffany Kibblewhite

Our teachers are rounding off their first term at school. Hooray! Before we delve into how their experiences have been, we wanted to first share some of their feedback on the Teacher Horizons process…   Gemma was placed in Cambodia. Selecting schools suitable schools was very easy and the profiles for each school were extremely helpful. TH… Read more »

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Posted , by Irose Hansen

Irose Hansen is an Early Years teacher who started at Yew Wah International Education Kindergarten of Rizhao this time last year. She tells us now about what her life has been like since she took on this new role, setting up the Early Childhood Education section in the school. Read on to find out about the different aspects of working… Read more »

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Zeba Saudagar is one of our adventurous primary school teachers. After completing Teach First in the UK she was brave enough to take on an international post, and has been teaching in China, at Dulwich College since 2017. In this blog she explains how she found the role, and what her life has been like so far… Read more »

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