On 4/29/12, Thanks D Thomas wrote:
> Several things that I've been scouting out online that are
> important to me (realizing I won't get them all): secure/safe
> area, looking for even more financial security, would like area
> where travel is relatively easy to visit historical/ fun sites,
> originally wanted Europe but that's looking less likely, not to
> fluent in other languages, but will learn. Ideally I'd love to
> be in Europe, on a tropical island or In Austrailia..probably
> because I've visited Scotland and surrounding areas and felt
> comfortable there. I would also enjoy experiencing a new
> culture... Don't mind being out of my comfort zone and will
> definitely get input. It looks like Asia is easiest place to
> get started, and I've been told I'd like several areas in Japan.
> I'm up to a new adventure if there's one out there for me.
> I'm not sure I've narrowed it down enough. Again, I'm open to
> ideas/suggestions from those who've "been there done that".
> On 4/29/12, D. Thomas wrote:
>> Only you can answer that since only you know what is most
>> important to you.
>> Are you looking to become financially secure while
>> experiencing a new culture?
>> Do you have a special interest or affinity for a particular
>> culture or country?
>> The world is a big place and there are int'l schools in
>> practically every country. We can tell you where it is easiest
>> to get started and the relative benefits of different areas.
>> Give us something to help narrow the field for you.
>> On 4/27/12, Want input wrote:
>>> I teach 8th grade, and I have my masters in middle school
>>> math, certified in social studies and language arts as
>>> well...all K-9. I just turned 50 and am a healthy and
>>> active female. Kids grown and I'm looking to chase my
>>> dreams of teaching abroad. From those who are teaching
>>> abroad, and those with international knowledge, where would
>>> you suggest working. I plan to teach at least 5-8, maybe
>>> even 10 more years...as long as I continue to love what I
>>> do! Thanks for any advice!