Posts with category: Job hunting

Three Kinds of Counselor: Part 1

Our blog this week is written by James Bloom, an experienced college counselor, teacher and administrator. We asked him to explain the enigma that is school counselors. Why do they all have different titles? Do they do the same thing or are they totally different? He has produced two excellent blogs which couldn’t be more helpful,… Read more »

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Getting your Teacherhorizons profile and CV photo right.

According to psychology, a first impression is ‘the event when one person first encounters another person, evaluates them, and forms a mental representation of that person’. Now that word encounter is important, as it does not just apply to a face-to-face meeting. When you have a profile with us on Teacherhorizons, your photo is what gives potential schools that… Read more »

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Teaching Abroad

Expanding opportunities to work at international schools: prepare yourself to teach abroad! Who wouldn’t like a life of world travel, acquiring new languages and learning firsthand about new cultures? Many teachers find the opportunity of working at an international school too hard to pass up! Over the past 14 years, there has been a 35%… Read more »

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Why Join Teacherhorizons?

Are you looking for a great international teaching position? The number of overseas teaching opportunities grows year-on-year but schools can vary enormously.  So how do you find the right position for you? Here are ten ways Teacherhorizons will help… 1/ Access the best opportunities worldwide Every year we list thousands of teaching opportunities all over… Read more »

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Tips for moving abroad

Got a new teaching job and moving abroad? Here at Teacherhorizons we’ve chatted to our friends at Self Move Hire who have helped us compile a list of important things to consider when making the big move. Moving abroad is a life changing decision for both you and your family. When moving abroad, there’s a lot… Read more »

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The German side of Brazil

With teachers placed all over the world we love to hear interesting stories and accounts of daily lives in far flung places. The excitement of the Olympic Games will soon fade away but we’ll keep Brazil in the spotlight for a little longer through the eyes of our friend and teacher Rodolfo, who shares with… Read more »

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Women’s Safety Abroad

“Is it safe there?” This must be one of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to discussing travelling or moving abroad. It is something we get asked fairly frequently when dealing with newly signed up teachers who are taking off to live in new exciting locations. We’ve connected with several teachers who live… Read more »

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