An American expat blogs about her life and experiences living in Beirut.
This week I bring you Sarah who left my school last year after nine years in Budapest to move with her family to Lima. It was so fun to interview her and get a glimpse into her new life in Peru. She is definitely missed here in Budapest! Where are you now and what are you currently teaching? We live in Lima, Peru. I’m here with my family: My...
After a long hiatus, I am back with some great International Educator interviews lined up for you. First up is Emily who has been teaching third grade at Jakarta Intercultural School (JIS) in Indonesia for the last year and a half. I really connected with Emily’s story and her strong attachment to her first overseas teaching post. Is...
Like most others in the international teaching world, I got into teaching abroad because I love adventure, change, and experiencing new things. I live for the excitement of starting over in a new place. There are the months of anticipation and preparation before arrival. To learn more about your new host country you may study the language, read...
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