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Even if you have always been a star student during your school days, college life has its own sets of challenges to encounter and can be quite an intimidating task. Often students who reach this stage either get overconfident and complacent of their success or they adopt a careless attitude, not caring about their grade which ultimately affects their transcripts which then leaves them with no option but to regret. (more…)
No one would dare and to name or say teaching is a tough job. But this is just a misconception. Teaching is actually very difficult.
When we talk about the toughest jobs of the world, we think of jobs that are physically strenuous, tiring and hazardous, such as that of a mining engineer or fighter pilots.
Making others understand what you already know and shaping their future is a job of the highest responsibility and difficulty. After all there would be no fighter pilots or mining engineers if there was no one to teach them. This post talks about the various aspects of a teaching job. (more…)
Teachers can find teaching jobs in Middle East opportunities from education with the government or teaching at schools. Forming part of the Asia continent, the Middle East has their own countries with distinct culture and beliefs.
Teaching in Middle East countries means you could be located in area’s including: Jordan, United Arab Emirate, Bahrain, Lebanon,. Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Oman. The climate is hot and humid in the spring/summer months, although becomes cooler during winter. (more…)
Discover for yourself the Asian continent by teaching in Asia for a number of years or short 6 months contract. Contrasting in nature, environment, climate and culture teaching in Asia provides a wealth of choices during evening and weekend leisure time in a move abroad to work.
While not teaching use some of your spare time to visit a bustling street market in Taiwan and eat an evening meal with the locals. You could also take a boat ride across the Hong Kong bay to Macau or to Happy Valley Racecourse.
Teaching in Korea, Vietnam Teaching in Indonesia Teaching in China/Hong Kong Teaching in Taiwan Teaching in Thailand Teaching in Malaysia
Are you reading stories of overseas travel and deciding I would like to teach English abroad?. Travelling abroad to teach for a year or for a long period of time takes planning.
You of course, have to decided if the decision is right for now, and for the future?.
The notion of moving to another country abroad to teach children or adults English requires certain qualifications, skills, experience and finances.
In addition, motivation, time and a detailed plan to successfully provide a sustainable living as a teacher of English overseas are required. (more…)
Do you wish to be noticed by the school or recruiter you send your resume/cv? Use of power cv action verbs in an application for a school teacher job is a must. Projecting achievement, can do willing attitude is all part of what is expected in a professional person cv.
A career teaching or just a few years is not for everyone. Classroom teacher duties at school are a full or part time challenging role with a lot of learning and preparation outside of classroom contact time.
A number of people realise or are told during initial teacher training than they are not suitable for the teaching profession.
Duties and responsibilities of a teacher means you are not just teaching think about parent contact, paperwork, marking, cover lessons, keeping up with your subject and changes in the curriculum every 2-3 years.
Are you heading home by choose or necessity? Depending how long you have been away you may find the hairdresser or favourite shop has closed. What do you mean I am not entitled to free healthcare? I am British and I paid my taxes. You left the country and now returning to the UK & adjusting after living or teaching abroad and find things are not the same.
First you must be a registered UK resident to access the NHS healthcare system for free, except emergencies.
Each person going home to live in their own country has their own personal requirements and plan to integrate back in their own country successfully.