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Discussion in 'US – Staffroom' started by TES_Rosaline, Jul 15, 2016.
I live in Colorado. I am new to TES. It's nice to meet you all!!
Greetings from England! Nice to meet you.
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Hey, I'm an English Education student at Eastern Oregon University and my final project for my Writing 281 class is a Local Literacy project. I would like to study the teaching community for my essay because I plan on becoming a teacher in the future. I was wondering if you guys would help me with my study?
I completely understand if you aren't comfortable or interested in being a participant.
Any Cameroonians here/
Welcome. Whereabouts in Canada? And are you a hockey fan?
What do you need? If you want help from UK teachers you may be better off asing in the UK forums. personal would be a good place to start.
Hello to you!
This is a very quiet forum with only thirty posts in eighteen months! If you prefer livelier discussions or advice, I would recommend visiting the UK site.
Welcome also but like @rosievoice says, come northwards on the page and join us in the UK forums, we don't bite (normally)!
My name is Sarah. I live in Alaska and have two daughters 5, and 16. Over the last several years I have this burning desire to live and work abroad. I have been looking into all my options and spoke with a guy named Luke who is with TEFL. I was explaining to him that my family is from Costa Rica and lives in Siquirres, which is about 3 hours from where he lives, as well as most of the English teaching jobs. Unfortunately, neither my daughter (the youngest will be the only one joining me) nor myself speak Spanish. Being that far away from my family seems a bit scary and difficult. Luke told me that he has only known 2 other single parents who took his class, and while not impossible, it is very difficult to do without extreme pre-planning. I did look for jobs in Limon but found very little results in my search.
I am hoping to make connections with other single parents who have moved and worked in other countries. My back ground is health care for the last 14 years and massage for the last 4. I am working on my degree but may not have it by the time we are to move. So far it seems like there are many others like me and are working and having a blast.
I would like to hear from other single parents about their experiences with the schools, nannies, rent, meeting other parents and overall quality of life and how much money should I bring with me.
Thanks and blessings!
Alaska. I visited there 10 years ago on a cruise ship. Amazing scenery. Do you live there all year round? Do you get the payment from the Government for doing so?
Hello everyone! My name is Tracy and I'm from Long Island, New York. It's nice to meet all of you!
Hello Tracy from Long Island.
This is a very quiet forum. If you want to "talk" to fellow posters, you should try the British TES fora. We will be very pleased to see you!