The International Teacher: A Guide to Teaching Overseas

The International Teacher – A New eBook

Life overseas. Schools with first class facilities. Dedicated and polite students. A salary and lifestyle that allows you to put some money in the bank every month. An opportunity to expand your professional and personal horizons. New experiences waiting for you every day.

Does this sound like something that you want? If it is, read on.

teachingSo, how do you have a terrific time while making a great living? International teaching is your portal to a life of adventure, professional development and financial security. Jobs for teachers overseas continue to increase as new international schools open around the world. However, as opportunities increase, obtaining a job as an international teacher is more competitive than ever. Teachers need to be prepared for the competition, which is why I wrote this eBook.

The International Teacher: A Guide to Teaching Overseas, ha 430 pages of up-to-date reviews of 155 international schools along with key articles on topics of fundamental importance to teachers searching for positions in international schools. In Section One of The International Teacher you will find articles on:

1. Finding the Fit
2. Writing a Cover Letter
3. Job Fairs
4. Interviews
5. Professional Development

Section Two contains articles on International Education Organizations including:

1. The University of Northern Iowa Placement Service for Educators
2. Search Associates
3. International Schools Services
4. East Asia Regional Council of Overseas Schools
5. International Baccalaureate Organization
6. Quality Schools International
7. Oasis International Schools

Section Three contains reviews of 155 international schools from five continents. Each school review contains:

1. Coverage of the school mission, facilities, curriculum, extra curricular activities, technology, professional development, employment details, and sociocultural information about the school’s location.
2. Updated links to the school website, employment information, email addresses, and more.

Why You Should Buy This Book!

This eBook is in downloadable PDF format with hyperlinks that allow you to instantly access the most recent information on 155 schools. The articles in Section One cover the most important aspects of finding an international job and allows you to be competitive in a highly competitive market. My years in international education have given me an insider’s knowledge of the international teaching market. As a retired teacher commented on a pre-publication of this book:

I wish that you had written this during my teaching years. The ease with which I was able to access information on so many schools, including ones that I have never heard of, would have made my job searches much more enjoyable and wide-ranging than they were.

A long-time international teacher commented:

An excellent resource for teachers looking for schools. Well written with witty comments and comprehensive. Cool images, which make most eBooks I have seen look positively dreary. A good buy!

For some examples of what you will find in The International Teacher go to my blog, The International Teacher. You will find reviews of schools as well as articles on teaching overseas. This eBook grew out of The International Teacher blog and covers more schools in greater detail with the most current information available. Plus, as a benefit for all purchasers of this book, you will receive next year’s update (due out in October 2010) for free. You can download two free sample chapters here and here.

About the Author

tarsier02I have a Ph.D. in anthropology, and I’ve been teaching now for 33 years. My positions have ranged from preschool to university. I’ve been overseas now for 20 years. In that time, I’ve taught just about every subject that schools offer. My first position overseas was teaching Second Grade to a group of expat students in a small mining community in Indonesia. Since then I’ve taught computers, math, anthropology, physical education, art, library, social studies, science, health, and more. I’ve been a computer coordinator at four schools, an elementary/middle school principal at two schools, and I’ve served on countless accreditation and curriculum committees as well. As a teacher and administrator, I’ve been on both sides of the job search – interviewer as well as interviewee.

You can find the details about purchasing and downloading this eBook by clicking on this link. You can have your own copy of The International Teacher in time for the international recruiting season that starts in December. The price of this valuable book is only $10.00. If you buy it now, you will get future updates for free.

450px-dubai_shoppingBuy This Book Today! (And You Might Be Shopping in Dubai Next Year)

Do you really want to keep teaching in your home country?

Payment is via PayPal.The price is only $10.00 and remember that you get all future updates for free by purchasing the first edition now.

Best of luck in your search for an international teaching position.


~ by drbrucepk on October 20, 2009.

3 Responses to “The International Teacher: A Guide to Teaching Overseas”

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  2. “Buy This Book Today! (And You Might Be Shopping in Dubai Next Year)”

    Perhaps not the best advertisement right now 😉

  3. Very true, I was thinking the same this past weekend while watching the news about Dubai. I was stuck there quite a while ago now with my high school math team returning from a competition in Colombo. By the time we left the airport ten hours later, we had doubled our luggage. It just pops up whenever I think of shopping.

    Thanks for the mention on the forum and the comment.

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