Posts Tagged global educators

Reflections On Life From The Mongolian Steppes

Reflections On Life From The Mongolian Steppes

Mongolia has awoken me to a divergent reality and shown me how human beings have lived for thousands of years…and how some still do. Thanks to the steppes and the nomadic families who welcomed me into their homes and fed me around their fires, my understanding of the spectrum of societies all over the world will never be the same.

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Interview With Brett Mandel, An American Teacher In South Korea

Interview With Brett Mandel, An American Teacher In South Korea

This month Reach To Teach interviewed Brett Mandel, an American teacher in South Korea teaching with the EPIK program.

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Ward Off The Winter Blues: 10 Fun Things To Do In South Korea (Part 2)

Ward Off The Winter Blues: 10 Fun Things To Do In South Korea (Part 2)

Last week, I shared with you 5 fun things to do in South Korea to help ward off the winter blues. I have more fun things to share with you this week. Don’t forget to share any other remedies you might have with me in a comment below!

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Interview With Megan Tighe, An American Teacher In South Korea

Interview With Megan Tighe, An American Teacher In South Korea

This month Megan Tighe interviews with us to tell us about her time teaching English in South Korea through the EPIK program.

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My Most Proudest Classroom Moment? Gaining A PA

My Most Proudest Classroom Moment? Gaining A PA

Hello dear readers and welcome back to another installation of (cue trumpets) the Reach To Teach Blog Carnival. This month I’m going to take you back to my teaching days in Bali, Indonesia which was my first ever teaching position and share with you a tale about a young boy I used to teach, he was my first success story.

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5 Common Annoyances Teachers Face Abroad

5 Common Annoyances Teachers Face Abroad

Teaching English abroad can reap many benefits and can be a really life changing experience for the teacher. But let’s be realistic, there are few jobs that come without its challenges and ESL teaching is no exception to this rule. Being prepared for these challenges is our first line of defense against giving up and going home.

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What Teaching ESL Has Taught Me

What Teaching ESL Has Taught Me

Reach To Teach November Blog Carnival: Teaching ESL can teach us a lot about ourselves as people. Here I discuss teaching abroad has taught me about myself and my personal life. Teaching English in Taiwan and Bali has given me two different ESL experiences that have taught me a lot about myself.

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Why We Travel, A Short Travel Documentary by Heather Richards

Why We Travel, A Short Travel Documentary by Heather Richards

Why We Travel is a short film that was put together by Heather Richards, a former Reach To Teach teacher and a fellow globetrotter of the world. Heather blogs about her adventures at TravelingVanillaBean.com.

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