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How to train your new online tutor

PUNE: A new online training service is expected to attract thousands of people to the local industry, as it aims to provide a “global, accessible” platform for teachers and postgraduate students to train with teachers from around the world.In a bid to bring more international education to the region, the platform, called EducatePune, has already […]

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How do you tell if you’re being discriminated against in your job?

Education in the Philippines is increasingly a source of fear and uncertainty for parents in Canada.Some provinces, such as British Columbia and Nova Scotia, have instituted policies that allow for discrimination against teachers, while Ontario and New Brunswick have implemented anti-discrimination legislation that does not address the problem of overseas education.Here’s how to tell if […]

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When to visit your primary school and primary school teacher abroad

The world’s best teacher teachers abroad may have to leave home to attend a new school, but there are still ways to do it for some of them.Here’s a look at the best places to visit primary schools and teacher training colleges overseas, and how to do so if you want to do the job. You […]

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How to spot an international student at your school

By Kate PrenticeSchools in Australia are becoming increasingly reliant on overseas-based teachers to teach overseas languages, with the number of foreign teachers at Australia’s four primary schools increasing by 40% a year, a new study has found.A national survey of 1,300 students, from the year 2012-13 to 2016-17, showed that overseas-trained teachers made up 20% […]

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