Educators new to international teaching are actively looking for answers to a myriad of questions about recruiting fairs, teaching abroad and the international lifestyle. Meanwhile, experienced international educators have a history overseas, know the answers, and can be very helpful by “filling in the blanks” for newcomers to the International Schools recruiting scene.
If YOU have a recruiting question, or want to know more about teaching and living abroad, we encourage you to post your questions to our new Going Recruiting Blog. Or, if YOU are an experienced international teacher willing to offer up your advice to a newbie seeking to teach in international schools, here’s the place to share your knowledge.
Recently received questions to cross our ISR desks include:
- My husband is not a teacher and our daughter will be in third grade next academic year. What are my chances of finding a position?
- Do you normally e-mail schools copies of your references or simply provide their names and contact information?
- Do schools prefer reviewing applications and hiring through a recruiting agency? Or, is it just as effective to go it alone these days?
Do you have questions you’d like answered? Post Them Here.