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In Your Own Backyard: Keeping Relevance Post-Hiring Season
Now that the hiring season is almost coming to a close, we can re-group and re-think how our current faculty and staff are faring in our school environments… ...
Should I Stay or Should I Go? Considerations Before Signing a New Contract
You’ve updated your CV, attended the job fair, and you’re ready to sign on the dotted line… ...
A Recruiter's Interview Toolbox
During the interview process, there are some approaches we may want to hold on to, some we need to avoid doing, and others we may want to move towards… ...
Do You Have the DEIJ Support You Need During Recruitment Season?
Ideas and thoughts that might help educators of color as they navigate recruitment season in the international school system… ...
Teaching Overseas: Are you Qualified?
Teachers who are looking for a change of pace, or just feel like they are getting into a dull routine, might want to consider teaching overseas. Many teachers wonder if they are qualified because they may never have worked, taught, or even traveled abroad, and concerns about language requirements consistently surface. ...
Teaching Overseas – Does Age Matter?
According to a recent survey released by The International Educator (TIE), which asked about hiring restrictions at international schools, over 65% of the 176 school heads interviewed reported that their school’s host country does not have age restrictions for issuing a work visa. Of the 28% of respondents who did report restrictions by their host country, the mandatory cut-off was almost equally split between ages 60 and 65. ...
World-Renowned Author Shares Insights With Students
By Matthew Kloosterman and Tim Percevecz Jun 2023
British School Muscat Presented With Coaching Culture Award
By Karen Smith Jun 2023
Using Food as a Conduit to the Curriculum
By Sandra Carden Jun 2023
The Educators’ Network Returns to Ghana Stronger than Ever
By Ron Stiles Jun 2023
Kevin O�Leary of the hit TV show Shark Tank purports how compliance is the fastest-growing cost in American business. A close friend of mine recently was blindsided when his small business was threatened with a ...
The other day I was lucky enough to attend the graduation ceremony at La Chataigneraie, one of the three campuses of the International School of Geneva. It was a special graduation: 50 years of the IB at the cam...
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