I’m proud to say I now have an author page! It contains a little bio plus another place for this blog to be seen. Very exciting and still a surreal experience. I had a director from a recruitment company mentioned in my book tell me today he had purchased it. He said it was good,Continue reading “Amazon Author Page”
The lovely folk at #Teacheroo have just published my blog about why I was motivated to write the guide, Becoming a Successful International Teacher. If you are interested, give it a read! Becoming a Successful International Teacher: a concise step-by-step guide to international teaching
You can even get a sneak preview by downloading a sample or look inside to see the contents and first chapter. Have a look!
The guide is now on Amazon, I hope it will support both new and aspiring international teachers make the leap abroad! Every step and stage of the journey is covered, in a direct and concise way! If you prefer an Ebook, this will be available very soon and I will post here. Enjoy! Here isContinue reading “I have published ‘Becoming a Successful International Teacher’”
Today, the first day of the holiday, I have been tinkering! I hope it in now easier to use! Easy to find articles and podcasts all related to working overseas and teaching diverse children Links to resources and CPD are still all there Research section on my Action Research project: Finding the best methods toContinue reading “New Look Website”
If you didn’t catch my interview with Kathy Brodie, where I discuss the (mainly) the advantages and disadvantages of teaching abroad, as well as working with young EAL learners, here is the direct link:
I’m excited to be partaking in the FOBISIA online EJaws for Early Years Language, Communication and Literacy at The International School @ ParkCity this Friday. This is my second FOBISIA EJaws for Early Years I have attended, so I am really looking forward to networking and making new connections.However, this time I am presenting a webinar! I will speak aboutContinue reading “Early Years EAL in International Schools”
I wanted to share this link as the resources are fantastic for parents with children or those of us teaching young children. The company is thinkequal.org. Right now they offer free resources to teach Personal/Social/Emotion learning to young kids, I think the resources could work all the way through Primary school age. Especially useful areContinue reading “Free DEI plans and stories”
I’m excited to add my first ever podcast to this page. In this podcast I discuss teaching abroad and outdoor learning in international schools. It was lovely to talk to Sarah Seaman, the fab business owner of Muddy Puddle Teachers.
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