Tag Archives: international teacher

Education Project: Back to School – Briefly

Follow our bicycle journey around the world at www.pedalgogy.net or on Facebook. One of our aims while cycling around the world is to visit schools along the way and to engage students in workshops in order to develop our educational project: www.tedweb.org.   We had … Continue reading

Posted in Matthew and Niamh | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Bike Stuff: Three Most Memorable Experiences in Cambodia

Follow our bicycle journey around the world at www.pedalgogy.net or on Facebook. Cambodia is a relatively small country with surprising variety – from the unpopulated, rural northeast to the more touristy beaches of the south coast. Our bicycle touring journey took us from Stung Treng … Continue reading

Posted in Matthew and Niamh | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

What is Pedalgogy?

Hello! We are Matthew and Niamh, two new bloggers for TIE. Working hard in international schools definitely has its rewards. We are spending our savings on a life-long dream of combining a bicycle ride around the world with an education … Continue reading

Posted in Matthew and Niamh | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

2018

As the first days of 2018 arrive, any reflections on last year seem to contain an uncomfortable rawness because of the events continuously populating our devices – the immediacy, brutality and complexity of a world fueled by- “FakeNews?”, each one … Continue reading

Posted in John Mikton | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Hiring Millenials: A Primer for Old People (Like Me)

Aging has taken on a special significance with me in recent weeks as I witnessed the passing of two giants of my generation in David Bowie and Glen Frey. Unreal and surreal. When I looked over the images and read … Continue reading

Posted in Stephen Dexter | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

The Backpack Theory

Apologies for the lengthy absence. It’s been busy in Leysin. “How much does your life weigh? Wow, what a question. I just watched the shipper pull away in a truck headed to Asia. All of the stuff we thought we … Continue reading

Posted in Stephen Dexter | Tagged , , , | 2 Comments

We Teach Who We Are

One of the many facets I appreciate about the education profession is the opportunity to begin each year afresh as part of a continuous cycle of renewal. The new relationships, new challenges, and new learning and growth opportunities offered during … Continue reading

Posted in Barry Déquanne | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Untethered

“You are so brave.”      “I can’t believe you are doing this.”      “I would never be able to do this.” The above quotes are from my friends who are not International Educators. They are not from people … Continue reading

Posted in Jen Munnerlyn | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

International Study Trips: Not Your Typical Field Trip to the Zoo

My wife and I have been very fortunate to have sponsored several study trips while teaching here in Saudi Arabia.  From what I’ve been reading about back in the States, field trips there might be limited to the surrounding counties … Continue reading

Posted in Eric & Jamie | Tagged , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

School Breaks and the International Educator

  We’re in the Home Stretch With the school year winding down, teachers at international schools, and schools everywhere, are operating on a fever pitch to get everything done in order to conclude another school year.  From class trips, to … Continue reading

Posted in Kailie Nagrath | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment