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Hey ya'll,

I currently live overseas in Korea and have a masters degree in middle childhood education and an expired teaching license (expired in 2015.) I've been teaching ESL classes over here for a few years and am committed to staying in Korea for a long time. I was considering renewing my teaching license and applying for a DoDEA teaching position in Korea; the only issue is I have to take 6 credit hours of continued education to renew my license with the Ohio department of education. From browsing the cost based on classes offered this could cost me a bit of money; so before I took the plunge I was hoping to get a general idea on the chances of getting an interview/job offer for a position when it would essentially be my first teaching position outside of student teaching when I was getting my license.
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BeyondHopeful No. I was placed on a referral list through the EAS system
warmachine7954 Do you have to have an active license to teach in DoDEA? I think they certify you through their system and you go from there. I was a local hire at SAMS (schools is now closed) from 2012-2014 taught ESL with EPIK from 2008-12. I lived near Daegu and moved to Seoul for the DoDDS position. I can't remember if my TN license was expired before I got hi...See More
Snow Lane What school referred you for an instructional coach position? Those are pretty much unheard of in DoDEA, so I'm curious.
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