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Discussion in 'Teaching abroad' started by adrixargentina, Aug 8, 2020.
I've just subscribed to TIE Online. Has anyone used it?
I've never actually taken a job through them but that's just been how the jobs have panned out. There's no harm in registering, unless of course there is a fee now, I don't remember every paying one though.
I think I subscribed once but found the jobs to be heavily biassed to US/Canadian systems.
I still look at it when I'm job searching but haven't paid the fee since
If you have IB experience it could be useful.
Unless you're averse to American schools/curriculums, then why not? I've worked in Uk/IB and US....at the end of the day, teaching is teaching. And 1 'British' school curriculum implementation can be as different to another British school as it can be to an American one. I learned loads from 3 years in an American school.
Personally, I think having a variety of curriculums on your cv shows you to be adaptable and marketable.
So I say try it....
As I understand it, upper school science is arranged differently in the US curriculum. It's not for me.