Posts with category: News and events

5 Attributes of an Outstanding School

What makes a school really great? At Teacherhorizons we have been discussing some of the key factors that make schools outstanding.  One thing that rings true for us all is that stand-out schools are those that blow you away with the difference they are making to future generations. Luckily these schools are looking for new… Read more »

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Ask yourself these 5 key questions…

Last week we suggested 5 questions to ask yourself in September. This week we cast the net a little wider, asking us what to consider when we consider teaching in international schools. What questions can guide us to make an informed choice about our career? International schools are seen as reputable institutions offering a high level… 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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Teacherhorizons Team Meet-Up

Image © Anna Bella Betts

Last week the Teacherhorizons team met up in Siem Reap, Cambodia, where a large number of our team are based. Here Ben, Teacherhorizons’ web developer normally based in London, gives his impressions of the week. Meeting the Teacherhorizons team In Siem Reap it was the first time that I met most of the team, so… Read more »

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5 Ideas for World Teachers Day 2015

"Ataturkstatue" by I, Aviad2001. Licensed under CC BY 2.5 via Commons

In developed countries, accessible and affordable education is often taken for granted. But according to the latest UNESCO statistics, at least 93 countries around the world have an acute shortage of teachers. In order to achieve universal primary education by 2030, more than 27 million teachers are needed. In the rush to fill this gap, many countries… Read more »

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