Jenn is a TCK (Third Culture Kid) that later, ended up overseas to AbuDhabi, Oman, and now in Luxembourg. We talk about recruiting, MakerSpaces, and discuss some of the differences in international schools. Join us for this exciting episode.
Andy joins us from Japan and shares stories of teaching and living in Japan as an LGBTQ teacher. At the ripe age of 26, Andy is in his second year of international teaching, but they started by teaching English in the JET program. The day before they and their Japanese partner had to move apartments, Andy took the time to join ITP and let other LGBTQ teachers know there is support out there for teachers like them!
Listeners can connect with Andy on Instagram @nd.mllr and check out the special Diversity Collective Website for LGBTQ by navigating to http://thediversityfair.org as mentioned in this episode.
One correction on the link for TIE (The International Educator). Navigate to https://www.tieonline.com
Kristin Montgomery shares her vast experience to explain the different kinds of schools she has worked in. Kristin has been in Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, and even Wisconsin as a teacher. Join our conversation and hear her cop story involving Berliner handcuffs. Kristin maintains a website helpful to international teachers called Growing Global Citizens.
Matt, Greg, and Kent share their stories about the winter holidays. Each experienced a different kind of vacation. Single guy on a dive trip. A married couple heads home to the USA. A family staycation, digging for fossils and attending MIDDLE BEAST. Listen to what some international teachers do for fun on holidays.