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Monday, 17 February 2020

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+ 2019
By Dana Olbrantz
Too often when shifting into the international circuit, teachers don’t know how to advocate for their professional and personal needs. Moving abroad is a major lifestyle change; potential hires should approach the experience with a view of the whole picture. ..more
+ 2018
By Cynthia Nagrath
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. ..more
+ 2014
By Gemma Hunt
Making the decision to live abroad, whether for work or for study, is a huge and life changing decision and one that certainly shouldn’t be taken lightly. If you’ve made the decision that moving abroad is the perfect choice for you though then it’s time to get prepared! To help you, Gemma Hunt has sketched a list of things to consider before jumping on that plane. ..more
Whether you’re exploring the mountain ranges of South America, living in Asia and taking your kids on a yak ride, or exploring fairytale castles in Europe – teaching overseas gives you a world of excitement and life-changing professional opportunities that you’ll treasure for a lifetime! ..more
+ 2013
Recruiting fairs are still being held! Check in with TIE for dates and tips. Log on for the full list of 2013-14 fairs.* For those of you who cannot or wish not to attend, fear not! This is only one of the paths to getting a great international school job. There are hundreds of vacancies listed right here. ..more
+ 2012
International Schools and Overseas Hiring Practices
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. ..more
+ 2011
By Cynthia Nagrath
Not all international schools follow the same curriculum. With thousands of international schools located around the world, there are a variety of systems designed to service the various expatriate constituencies. ..more
by Forrest A. Broman, President of TIE
As more teachers learn of the many opportunities to teach in another country, a strong note of caution must be interjected. There are literally thousands of institutions that now call themselves "international schools." But the great majority of them represent local ventures by local entrepreneurs... ..more
By Cynthia Nagrath
International schools come in many different shapes and sizes and the term itself, includes a variety of school systems encompassing a wide variety of formats and curricula, with some being more international than others. ..more

Piloting Education 4.0 Prompted by the Coronavirus Crisis
By Shwetangna Chakrabarty