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Thailand, or better know by many as the Land of Smiles, is one of the most common destinations for international educators. Thailand is beautiful and safe and there are an abundance of jobs for teachers. There are also many place to visit and some of the most amazing sites on Earth!
My name is Kimberly Watts. I have a BA in English and Literature and a Masters in English and Writing. I am an American but I have taught English in Mexico for a decade at a university and plenty of private schools (ESL teachers usually have multiple jobs in Mexico). I recently joined this site to network with other educators around the world and to look for teaching opportunities as I am working on a doctorate in Education with a specialty in English Language Learners. I want to work with different types of students to develop a learning program with curriculum for an L1, L2, and L3 (L1, English, and Spanish). I look forward to hearing from other teachers who might have advice or teaching opportunities abroad.
Hello- I have been currently teaching overseas (Middle East/North Africa area) for the last four years and look forward to connecting with other educational professionals worldwide. I left the states after 23 years public school teaching with the hope that I would be able to broaden my professional experience. So far, I am disillusioned and especially during Covid I find myself very isolated and stuck. Hope to hear from others.