I’m at about the time where I really need to decide what I want to do and I think that primary school teaching is where I might want to go. What do current primary school teachers think? Is it an awesome job? What are the advantages and disadvantages?
I’ve applied for a job in an international school there and need to know more about the average wage, cost of living, number of ex-pats there and so on.
I haven’t seen much online, but if you know a website that has that information, or if you know anything about it yourself I’d be most grateful!
I’m going to San Diego for the summer and wondering where i can look for job openings for teaching high school in California? Preferably San Diego.
But people mock him all the time. Even I am guilty of it. The problem Evangelicals have is they are so blinded by belief they fail to see what is real.
I went to a christian school for 10 years was a good christian for most of my life. The number one reason I left the church was because I could not stand the Evangelical message toward their neighbors and friends. It seems they have it all backwards for them its about money greed and selfish salvation. They do things to promote their religion not the message it’s supposed to teach. They take fantasy and try and turn it into science and it is sad to think these people will never understand how wonderful the world is because they are so blinded by a book telling them that none of this world matters because it will end someday and unless they are on the side of god they will be punished.
The real question I have is, does anyone else feel bad for the people?
am I likely to get a job teaching english in China after completing my TEFL certificate at 18years old?
(After I have finished 6th form)
I would really like to work in XI’an teaching primary school children.
Should I apply to become a Primary or Secondary school teacher in Scotland? Which is the better job?
I’m currently teaching English in South Korea and my students ages range from 4 years old to 16 years old. I really enjoy teaching the Kindergarten kids as it can be a lot of fun, but I also enjoy teaching the older kids (as long as they behave). In the next month I’m going to apply to start teacher training back home in Scotland for September 2008 but can’t decide whether to put Primary or Secondary teaching as my first choice. Any advice will be gratefully received…
I am almost done with my degree in French but as the economy is getting worse I fear I will not get a teaching job easily, so I’ve decided to start another degree. I am thinking intercultural communications would be good or political science or administration with international business concentration. My school does not offer international relations. Thanks anything will help.