Expect Unexpected Engagement When you try Hexagonal Thinking in ELA


225: Highly Recommended: Present or Publish your Work this Year
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Welcome to the show notes. This episode was so much fun, because I really do have the most astonishing memories of my time abroad. 
Walking across the makeshift pathways over the floods of St. Peter’s Square on Christmas Eve in Venice, getting a massage on the roof of my surf camp bungalow on the roof of Morocco, drinking Gluhwein and listening to international choirs in a Christmas Market in Prague, these are just a few of the memories I have from my two years overseas. 
In this episode, I’m sharing the reasons why I think teaching abroad is valuable, the process of getting a job abroad, the challenges you are likely to face, and my own tested strategies for success. I hope you enjoy it! 
You can listen below, or on iTunesBlubrry, or Stitcher.
If you’d prefer to read about teaching abroad instead of listen, Just click right over here and you’ll find it all. 
Enjoying the podcast? I hope you’ll take a moment to review it on iTunes. Your review will help other teachers in need of ideas and inspiration to find it (plus it will make me really happy). 


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