Posts with category: PD

Posted , by William Melhado

Update: Are you struggling to land interviews for an international teaching job? If you’re wondering how your CV is being perceived by international schools and want tips from an experienced international school recruiter, then join our CV Masterclass Webinar. It’s completely free to attend. The webinar on 13 April, 2021 at 2pm UK time. Places… Read more »

Posted , by William Melhado

As a teacher and school leader, Karen Ardley began her career as an expert in assessing and improving school standards. Passionate about creating real change within the educational leadership sector, Karen now delivers transformative, professional development courses for teachers all over the world through her leadership consultancy group Karen Ardley Associates. From her advisory projects… 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 »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

This week we have a special guest conversation from one of our teachers who shares his experiences of becoming an international school teacher for the first time and relocating from Jamaica to Muscat, Oman. Marlon, who had been teaching for 8 years in Jamaica took his first job in an international school in 2016. He… Read more »

Posted , by Alexandra Plummer

It is a fascinating time for international education, as we engage more diversity and build truly global citizens in an increasingly connected and moving world. International teaching is an exciting prospect for blending a respected career alongside a global lifestyle. Is it really a great time to take to international teaching? We think so, and… Read more »

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Posted , by Haley Johnson

Here at Teacher Horizons we are proud to present another guest blog piece, this time written by Haley Johnson of BECA. You may well identify yourself in this account of the inner fight between the professional teacher in you and your other, more human and more fun side where you let go off controlling every… Read more »

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Posted , by Felicity King

LRTT (Limited Resources Teacher Training) is an organisation that aims to address educational disadvantage worldwide. Right now there are 250 million children unable to read and write, but only 90 million of those children are not in education. The other 160 million are getting up early, travelling the often long, potentially dangerous journey to school,… Read more »

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