Episode 029: A Beginner’s Guide to Teaching Abroad
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!
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