27 Jul
If you are new to teaching, we wouldn’t really suggest looking into any sort of licensure options at this point in your career.  However, if you’ve been teaching abroad for some time now and are legitimately considering a long-term career in teaching, here are a few reasons why getting proper licensure will be the best career move you can make.
20 Jul
  With one of the highest concentrations of international schools, the Middle East is one of the most popular destinations for expat teachers. The culturally diverse area that’s one of the “cradles of civilization” is a wonderful place to work, but there are some questions you should ask before you board the your next Emirates flight. This article deals with some important issues to consider, from the facetious (how hard is it to get a beer) to the more serious questions (how much do I know about religion).
12 Jul
  You made it past the application process and have been selected to conduct a Demo Lesson for a potential employer, now what? Some questions may come to mind such as: What do I teach? How long should my demo be? Who will my student be? Don’t worry, these are all reasonable questions. A demo lesson is a great way to show your potential employer that you’re the right person for the position and build a relationship with the student(s).
04 May
  Teaching abroad is one of the most rewarding experiences you can find, as it gives you a chance to experience a brand new culture, meet interesting people that you wouldn’t otherwise, and add something to your CV that you can really boast about. With almost guaranteed employment and the opportunity to build up your savings while you’re away, it’s perfect for anyone on a career break, for graduates, and for those who are not sure what to do next. While you’re living abroad, you’ll want to make the most of your wage. Graduates especially will want to save as much as they can for support in the next step, or to finance a postgraduate qualification, so the more cash you can hold on to, the better! Follow this guide to cutting costs - without sacrificing a good time…


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