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Teaching Overseas

Teaching Overseas
  Hello,
I'm in my second year of teaching English & Drama at a secondary school in Hertfordshire and its been my plan, since my training year, to apply to work overseas for my third year. This way, I can combine my itchy feet need to travel and my career development.
I don't want to do TEFL, although I am TEFL trained, but would like to teach either English or Drama at a secondary school overseas. At the moment, I'm not hugely fussy where I go but would like to avoid anywhere too obviously dangerous.
So my question is, does anyone know of any websites I can look at or any other resources I could turn to for helpful advice etc?
Ive also posted this in Careers for max amount of help!
Thanks
P xx


Answers:

The best place I've found for advice is the TES forums - they have a teaching overseas bit - with loads of teachers who are abroad or have been. Definitely the best place to go for advice xx


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TEFL
  Try the British Council.... choose a country.... they are very very good. what about Greece or Turkey???
http://www.britishcouncil.org/


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TEFL
  Try the British Council.... choose a country.... they are very very good. what about Greece or Turkey???
http://www.britishcouncil.org/
Chosea country and check out the vacancy sections.... you should find something. waht about Sharm El Sheik. The Sharm British School is always looking for people.. they have a website. Not sure what age you want to teach.
Let us know how you get on.


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Thanks chocolatejo and Lace girl for your help. Out of interest, Lacegirl, is the British council site just for TEFL jobs as I don't want to teach TEFL but secondary English or Drama, as I do now but overseas.
Ta again!





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