October 21, 2017

“As more teachers from the United States are recruited to teach abroad in China, Hawaii, United Arab Emirates (UAE), teachers are placed in educational settings where their ability to adapt to cultural diversity may be more important than their teaching abilities.”


October 21, 2017

In 1999 Jefferson Leadership Academies opened the first single sex classes in a public-school setting. During the Early 19th century, single-gendered classrooms were a norm, but during the 1990’s researcher emerged that focused on the effectiveness of multi-gendered cl...

October 11, 2017

LaVoulle Group, LLC., International Education Consultants www.lavoulle.com

Science and Technology are two of the fastest growing sectors in the world. Though technology and computer based fields can be lucrative and rewarding professions, the ratio of women to men is di...

October 10, 2017

Teachers can identity and dispel stereotypes by validating student’s cultural identity with affirming books, articles, and movies. When teachers purposefully invite the culture into the classroom/school, students begin to see the similarities between cultures as oppose...

October 10, 2017

1. Identify and dispel stereotypes

2. Develop an understanding of students' lives to increase the relevance of lessons and make examples more meaningful

3. Curricula include the contributions and perspectives of the different ethno-cultural groups that compose the soci...

October 6, 2017

There are many benefits for one whom is considering teaching abroad including competitive salaries and inter-cultural engagement. The highest paid places for international teachers are the Gulf Arab States (UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia), Japan, South Korea and China...

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