Posts Categorized: International Education

Date Posted: November 19, 2018

  1.      Get help from kids!   There’re always few kids that are ready to help and carry out important responsibilities so why not set each task to them and save the important time to focus on creating a lesson plan for tomorrow or marking the student’s assignments. Handing out resources, collecting completed tasks, wall… Read more »

Date Posted: October 29, 2018

  Schools are urged to focus on important life matters and cash related topics that will be useful for children in the ‘real world’ to understand the importance of money management and benefit them to maximise their financial knowledge so they are prepared once independent. The mandatory subjects (English, Maths, Science, ICT) is not enough… Read more »

Date Posted: October 08, 2018

  China is a popular tourist country for its amazing attractions and culture it brings but many avoid the topic of teaching in China. They often assume a lot about the country without having any knowledge of the education market. That’s why, every time we ask teachers if they would consider teaching in China –… Read more »

Date Posted: October 04, 2018

  The middle eastern culture consists of Islamic values mixed with Christians; Jews and various religions. However, a lot of people have many misconceptions about visiting middle east such as women are suppressed by values and religion, it’s dangerous to live in middle eastern countries and the country is unclean or unsafe to live in…. Read more »

Date Posted: October 01, 2018

  The new school will open on 1st October 2018 will provide free education for the term 1 for all new students that register before 1st December and will also, obtain a huge reduction on the school’s annual fees. The Renaissance School located in Dubai, Sports City will provide education for KG1 to Grade 4… Read more »

Date Posted: September 21, 2018

  Europe consists of stunning locations to teach with exceptional benefits. There are many opportunities for you to expand your career whether you are a qualified teacher or ESL teacher. Most schools would require European passport holders to be able to teach in Europe. There’re so many options that it can be overwhelming to choose… Read more »

Date Posted: September 07, 2018

  A lot of the times, there’s a misconception about teaching in Africa and teachers are usually unsure; scared to move to Africa specifically due to what the media portrays it to be. Don’t trust everything you see on the internet well… doesn’t count for this post! Africa is the world’s second largest continent filled… Read more »

Date Posted: August 28, 2018

  Many schools utilise EdTech in the classroom for effective learning for students. Teachers are finding it easier to teach a student with the latest technology as they notice huge differences in the student’s learning.   1.      Maximised student engagement Students are more engaged when teachers use technology to teach as they enjoy it more… Read more »

Date Posted: August 20, 2018

  The Sheikh Sultan Bin Mohammad AL Qassimi, Highest Council Affiliate and Leader of Sharjah, announced that 883 students will be provided with complete Scholarships at University of Sharjah for this Eid-AL-Adha by Sharjah Electricity and Water Authority’s scholarship department. This is eligible for UAE citizen’s children who get paid less than Dh 50,000 per… Read more »

Date Posted: August 15, 2018

  Children’s are disconnected at schools in learning and mentally unavailable for education.  Children are more unhappy, bored and intolerant with fewer friends. There are several influences in our current routine that impacts to this. 1.      Technology Kids are more stimulated by visual graphics that leads them to games and videos which are too distracting… Read more »