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I really enjoyed TIE
Submitted by Susan Taylor | May 28, 2015
I really enjoy TIE. I first used it for finding jobs and my colleagues recommended it. The articles and professional connections it allowed are excellent. TIE offers a wealth of information and it helps me immensely in my job.
An extremely valuable resource
Submitted by Jen Munnerlyn | May 28, 2015
I have been reading TIE since it’s been out! My mom was an early fan of TIE’s sister organization, the Principals’ Training Center, and always had the paper too.
Early on I used TIE exclusively for my job search; but I have developed an interest in the articles and find The International Educator magazine and the website an extremely valuable resource for all things related to international education.
Overseas education is the best professional gift
Submitted by Jeff Johanson | May 28, 2015
TIE has been invaluable in keeping us abreast of upcoming openings, often just in the approach to the recruiting season. TIE’s value has been broad-based, because it also keeps me up to date on the comings and goings of colleagues, and continually stokes my enthusiasm for overseas education. I do love the quick updates on new appointments, and updates on where other educators are moving.
Overseas education is the best professional gift I have ever been afforded, and the most important gift that my wife and I could have ever hoped to pass on to our children.
Submitted by Jeff Holcomb | May 28, 2015
I used TIE extensively both times we have moved (to find openings), and have found it extremely helpful. The listings of positions and school s led to many interviews and potential job offers. The job search features—that information is invaluable. I also enjoy the articles, to stay current with news from the international school scene. International teaching is what kept me in the teaching
profession – what a fantastic opportunity.
I enjoy being part of it
Submitted by Heather Adkins | May 28, 2015
I joined the TIE community, and enjoy being part of it. I appreciate the updates they send me on positions of interest that have become available. I love teaching overseas and working with international kids, teachers and families.I think it is important for international schools to teach critical thinking in a multicultural classroom, and I do that through the model I have developed on worldview. It helps children to frame their thoughts around the idea that experience, family, culture and moral values shape our worldview, and any influence or exposure can have an impact.