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On 7/04/06, Tina wrote:
> If you're still looking, try University of Northern Iowa. They
have an international
> recruiting fair each year. I worked at an international school
in Mexico for 2 years.
> They have schools from around the globe looking for teachers.
> On 3/28/06, Patti wrote:
>> I worked for four years at a small locally-owned, foreign-
>> managed school in China. I got the job by answering directly
>> an internet ad at a teacher website. I have not dealt with
>> ISS. A cheaper, still effective alternative is suscribing to
>> TIE Online. My former school and many other large and small
>> schools around the globe advertise in TIE. Recruiting season
>> has already started, so hurry if you're looking for something
>> in the fall.
>> On 3/28/06, Joy S. wrote:
>>> On 2/13/06, Meghann wrote:
>>>> I am a 4th year teacher certified in S.S. 5th-12th. I am
>>>> looking to talk to someone with international teaching
>>>> experience. I have looked at ISS and search associates and
>>>> would just like to know a little bit about application
>>>> process and chances of actually getting placed. Please help!
>>> Hi Meghann,
>>> I worked last fall at a bilingual school in Honduras. I
>>> came home early due to unethical practices of the
>>> administration. Wherever you go, find good referrals from
>>> people that live in the surrounding area who can give you
>>> objective opinions. Although, sometimes this isn't even
>>> (speaking from experience). Just know that if you fall into
>>> any litigation issues or issues that are generally resolved
>>> with teacher's unions, you will be on your own there. And,
>>> will have to fight for yourself.
>>> There are other teachers who have had wonderful
>>> experiences. So, don't let this deter you from a life
>>> experience that you would regret later on in life. Go for
>>> Contact me if you need more info. [email protected]