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    What kind of cars are in the teachers' parking lot at your school? I can always tell the commitment of the staff to their students by the makes and models of cars in the parking lot.
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    troll-alerter bait below; don't take it

    On 3/11/16, what kind of cars are in the teacher parking lot? wrote: > What kind of cars are in the teachers' parking lot at your > school? I can always tell the commitment of the staff to > their students by the makes and models of cars in the > parking lot.
    Mar 12, 2016
    DODD On 3/12/16, troll-alerter wrote: > bait below; don't take it > > On 3/11/16, what kind of cars are in the teacher parking > lot? wrote: >> What kind of cars are in the teachers' parking lot at your >> school? I can always tell the commitment of the staff to >> their students by the makes and models of cars in the >&...See More
    Jun 13, 2016
    OK - the Aramco conversation has me thinking. If given the choice which would people choose and why? I am leaning toward ARAMCO for the salary. Thoughts?
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    In Dodea That must be nice to be in a good DoDDS location. Many of us are stuck on hardship tours due to the death of the transfer program.

    On 2/12/16, oh yeah... wrote: > ..and family and friends will actually want to come and > see you if you work in Europe/Med or the Pacific with DODEA, > unlike SA. > On 2/12/16, love dodea wrote: &g...See More
    Feb 12, 2016
    haha No offense but if you have very little money left over with two of you teaching for DoDDS then you should seek financial counseling (or you must have a mortgage etc somewhere).

    Even with credit card debt and student loans we are able to live very well, do some traveling and bank money every month.

    If all you care about is money th...See More
    Jun 8, 2016
    Hey there! I'm new to teachers.net and am interested in chatting with current members about home exchange for the summer. I am working and living in Cairo, Egypt and come home to Oregon and California in late June/early July. I'm looking for a place to hang my hats (I have many) while I am visiting my elderly parents (dad turns 90 in June!!), sibli...See More
    Dee I think you'll have better luck looking on FB. I'm not sure if you are a woman or man. But, if you are a woman I'm in a FB group called House Swap For Travelettes. If you are a man, there are many FB groups for international teachers on FB. Some are secret so you would need an invite. But, many teachers post house exchanges. This group if fairly de...See More
    May 15, 2016
    I am very interested in teaching in an international school - primarily in Europe. I have applied to schools all over. I have received numerous responses that my resume has been received and will be notified if chosen for an interview. I am searching for a Middle Years English position which I realize is probably hard to come by. I have a Masters D...See More
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    Dee I signed up and paid for ISS when I first started teaching internationally. However, I actually found my job on my own although at the time I was signed up to go to the Boston fair. ISS and Search Associates are great to join. However, if you are only interested in Europe neither ISS or Search will help unless you have some of the things listed in ...See More
    Jan 25, 2016
    Judit Szito On 1/23/16, Justin wrote: > I am very interested in teaching in an international school > - primarily in Europe. I have applied to schools all over. I > have received numerous responses that my resume has been > received and will be notified if chosen for an interview. I > am searching for a Middle Years English position which I >...See More
    Jan 28, 2016
    Do most districts still offer summer school? Would like to work this summer.
    Hi All, I know that this is a common question as I have searched many location online and find many people asking the same thing. Does anyone have an idea what the salary structure is with the Saudi Aramco school? I understand that as with any position experience and credits will have an impact but I truly cannot find ANY salary information. I simp...See More
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    AramcoTeacher The info below is somewhat true. You have to hold an American teaching degree. Take a look on the Aramco jobs website. Basic salary starts at $7,000/month then expat premium salary and then oversea premium salary. It's three different salaries and you have your yearly repat pay and yearly bonus. Be careful for frauds and jobs in the Middle East. Y...See More
    May 3, 2015
    Doubtful Possibly. But I would say it's more like half of that based on the people I have talked to.

    On 5/03/15, AramcoTeacher wrote: > On 5/03/15, Any assistance? wrote: >> Hi All, >> I know that this is a common question as I have > searched >> many location online and find many people asking the > same >> thing. ...See More
    May 8, 2015
    Hello everyone,

    I am interested in moving forward and teaching abroad. I am an experienced English teacher in the US. I have 18 years experience and my wife has 3 years experience in math/science. I am an educator at heart but would love the opportunity to travel. We have 2 kids ages 9 & 7. I have read through some posts and am trying ...See More
    Al Forsan International Riyadh As Superintendent of Al Forsan International School in Riyadh - We are looking for 40 teachers both male and female.

    Your CV should be a maximum of two pages and be a snapshot of your career. Stick to the major points of contention.

    Education and Experience

    We don't want to see detailed lists as this can be discussed at i...See More
    Apr 26, 2015
    Hi,

    We are looking for Maths teachers who are already working in Poland. We have an interesting Maths project, but we can pay in PLN only.

    Please let me know if you know anyone who is a Maths teacher working in Poland. We need someone with good English. ideally sb from US.

    Best, M.
    Want to know about the international schools in Germany. Mainly about the experience. Went to an ISS fair recently and now looking to know what current teachers think of the experience.
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    Erlangen? Munich? Gruess Gott! Are you in Erlangen or Munich? Bavaria would be wonderful. Definitely preferable to Frankurt or Berlin.

    On 2/22/15, Gross Gott wrote: > Germany can be quite a wonderful place to live and work. We > are currently in Bavaria which is a clean, rural type area > with many cute villages and a few decent size cities in an &...See More
    Feb 22, 2015
    Genau! Germany is amazing, I moved here for a teaching position. The school I work at is incredible. What kind of teaching experience do you have?

    Bavaria is definitely preferable over Frankfurt or Berlin! The smaller villages are very quaint and there is always something to do.

    If you are looking for a position for the upcoming school...See More
    Mar 13, 2015
    Hello everyone!

    My name is Britney Butler, and I am a student at the University of North Texas in English/Education. After a thorough application and interview process, I was accepted to be one of five participants to experience a new program at the University of North Texas for international student teaching.

    I am so excited for ...See More

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