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Top 3 Tips When Teaching Abroad By Teacher Jess Gosling

Three tips when considering international teaching:

1. Reflect deeply on whether you could independently live somewhere completely different, which at times could be frustrating, and without close family and friends (initially).
2. Research the ideal culture you would thrive in. Countries all have their own ‘ways of operating’ which may or may not suit your lifestyle and/or beliefs.
3. Consider the kind of school you’d like to work in: the curricula, size, diverse makeup, the leadership team (is their representation of gender and ethnicities), academic expectations, and wellbeing. When you have a list of ‘must haves’, match them against schools which post jobs.
Twitter: @jessgosling2

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