This article, “What makes employees empowered to speak up”, is so interesting to me. It would appear that participation is based on choice.“We found that thinking about choices makes people feel stronger and more powerful, which makes sense because the act of choosing allows people to influence their environment while expressing their preferences, values, andContinue reading “Voice and Choice”
It was a lovely surprise this morning to see a review which appreciated the detail in my guide about starting a family abroad and being abroad with a family. When I moved abroad to teach, this had never been my plan, but I think many international teachers will have these questions!
Exciting news for all those in the UK or with a Kindle UK account, my countdown deal has started! You will not find a more detailed, informative book at this one time amazing deal! I would like to help teachers have amazing experiences by starting a career abroad, hence my start price is the lowestContinue reading “Amazon Countdown deal is on!”
Do you fancy living in Dubai next year? Make it your reality by using the advice from my guide. My amazing offer day is fast approaching, on 21st September my digital copy of ‘Becoming a Successful International Teacher’ will be part of an Amazon countdown deal, so will be a fraction of the price atContinue reading “Amazing Amazon Countdown Deal”
A GUIDE TO USING TWITTER Why do we use Twitter? Access to a huge network of those involved in education: connections and advice is available from fellow teachers, leaders and experts and those who work towards social change (such as diversity and inclusion). These connections and discussions allow you to reach out to others globally.Continue reading “Why I think Twitter is so important for Educators @WomenEdTW”
I have created these infographics as a bite-sized guide on how to find your next international school job.
My latest article for #TES is about what you can do when you first begin at your new school to really integrate and get yourself known. I’ll be following my own advice next year, as my husband and I will also be searching for our next exciting position come 2022~2023! https://www.tes.com/news/6-ways-make-big-impression-new-school-teachers?amp
For this month’s challenge, I reflected on both awareness and self-awareness. To be aware requires a great deal of reflection and therefore self-awareness. I don’t feel we can really separate the two, they are interrelated and affect us to the core. For example, I am self-aware that I care. Everything about me cares: about well-being,Continue reading “Awareness #MonthlyWritingChallenge”
It is such an interesting time, the start of a new year, be in an school overseas or at home. As my new children join the class with limited English levels or are often very shy, I take a lot of time initially observing and trying to have short conversations or moments of shared interestsContinue reading “Back to School!”
I have finally caught up with this month to try to write the blog for the challenge. I have enjoyed reading others and I think my writing will resonate with theirs. When I searched for a suitable picture on affirmations and I found a toddler staring up at large words. Words he can not yetContinue reading “Affirmation #MonthlyWritingChallenge”