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Advice on teaching abroad

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by not-quite-a-teacher, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. not-quite-a-teacher

    not-quite-a-teacher New commenter

    Hi, I'm wondering if there's anyone that could give me a bit of advice on teaching abroad.
    I'm really interested and exited about the prospect of teaching abroad, as its something that I've always wanted to do. Initially I would like a years contract and would probably come back to England again at the end of it. I'm a primary school teacher and have been teaching in England for two years.
    I've seen quite a few adverts for worldwide jobs with the British Schools Group and was wondering if anyone else has had experience of them that they could share??
    I would appreciate all feedback, both positive and negative!!
    Thanks
     
  2. not-quite-a-teacher

    not-quite-a-teacher New commenter

    Hi, I'm wondering if there's anyone that could give me a bit of advice on teaching abroad.
    I'm really interested and exited about the prospect of teaching abroad, as its something that I've always wanted to do. Initially I would like a years contract and would probably come back to England again at the end of it. I'm a primary school teacher and have been teaching in England for two years.
    I've seen quite a few adverts for worldwide jobs with the British Schools Group and was wondering if anyone else has had experience of them that they could share??
    I would appreciate all feedback, both positive and negative!!
    Thanks
     
  3. I went abroad for two years. I taught in the USA through the VIF prog. It was a life changing experience! Id encourage you to go for it!!!!!
     
  4. MisterMaker

    MisterMaker Occasional commenter

    Ubfortunately there is no law which stops companies using the word British; some think these cowboys are OK but I'm not too impressed from what I've seen - not worked for them just looking from outside in.
     

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