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A Realist's Guide to Teaching Abroad

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Business Design Center, Suite 206

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The decision to teach abroad should never be undertaken lightly. Moving overseas to teach in an international school can be a life changing experience, and it requires research and preparation.

In this workshop, presented jointly by Edvectus and Dragonfly Training, you get the opportunity to meet experts in the industry to help you find the right information about foreign cultures, regions, curricula and jobs to help you make the right choices and gain the most advantages when applying, interviewing and evaluating jobs.

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Welcome and introductions (Steve Chapman, Managing Director of Dragonfly Training)

Guest speaker: hear directly from an International School Principal about what it is like to teach abroad and what he looks for in a teacher. (John Bastable, former International School director who has led schools in Dubai, Jordan, Germany and India)

What is an international school? Where are they, why do they exist and what kinds of opportunities are there? (Diane Jacoutot, Managing Director of Edvectus, an international school staffing company)

What teaching abroad really feels like! The nuts and bolts of teaching internationally. Key skills for International teachers – differentiation/ESL and achieving academic results in an international context (Steve Chapman)

Landing the job – CV tips and interview skills clinic (Diane Jacoutot)

Wrapping it up and questions

Morning workshop from 10.30 to 1.30

Afternoon workshop from 2.30 to 5.30

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Business Design Center, Suite 206

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