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Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by jojo_k, Feb 22, 2018.
I do not know what that means.
Is there any 28/28 rotation in those schools?
You can teach for 28 days and you get 28 days off after. This cycle continues
There was no 28/28 rotation while I was there and I have never heard of this in 20 years as a teacher.
Which school or country operates with that sort of academic calendar?
Where or who did you hear that from?
Considering the minimum number of contact days in QA is 180 days.... This 28/28 rotational schedule simply doesn't exist.... Well between 99.9999% to 100% in any location in the world.
Wait a minute, I think I see the confusion.
oil rig workers often work this kind of shift pattern. The school in Dukhan is run by an oil company. I wonder if someone has got a wee bit confused between teacher and oil rig worker???