Posts tagged with: Cambodia

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Posted , by Anna Bella Betts

Summer is here! At least in the northern hemisphere and many of you teachers are taking a well deserved time off. The team at Teacher Horizons want to wish you a very pleasant time off full of adventure, sunshine and relaxation if this is indeed what rocks your boat. I made my way back to… Read more »

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Posted , by Sarah Pycroft

Cambodia is an attractive destination for international teachers, not least because of its low cost of living and relaxed pace of life. Sarah Pycroft teaches at Jay Pritzker Academy, a unique school located in a rural village in Siem Reap province. Here she tells us a bit more about teaching life and what makes this… Read more »

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Posted , by Sammy Tame

We recently featured a post on things to pack when you move abroad, and it made me think about things I miss from home. I’ve been teaching in Siem Reap, Cambodia for 18 months, and there are some things I’m extremely glad I brought, some things I needn’t have, and some things that are physically impossible… Read more »

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Posted , by Alex Reynolds

We strongly believe that ‘internationalising teaching’ isn’t about just working with privileged private international schools. Our vision has always been to work with a range of institutions that benefit from overseas teachers where teachers can learn and develop professionally in an international context. These organisations might be charity projects, local schools, social enterprises too – places where teachers can learn new transferable skills.

We support organisations like this in two ways. First, we offer free advertising on our website. Secondly we have committed to giving 10% of our profits to education charities in Cambodia – where our Asia office is based.

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