A Virtual Event for Teachers on Wednesday 2nd March 2022 at 4.30 - 5.30pm!
Who is this webinar for?
You are a teacher who would like to find a personally, professionally, and financially rewarding teaching job in Dubai!
You are a teacher considering the expat lifestyle in Dubai and beyond!
You are a teacher who is curious about getting jobs abroad, the school systems in Dubai and practicalities.
What is included?
“Teaching in Dubai – 10 Things You Need to Know” is 1 hour in duration including Q&A opportunities.
- How expat teaching has changed in the last 20 years and what that means for Irish teachers
- How to choose the best location abroad for you
- Understand the different types of schools abroad and how to choose the best one for you as a future expat teacher
- Learn about the 3 most popular curricula in international schools and how to research them to see what best suits your experience and career goals as an future expat teacher
- How to cater for local students with English as a Second Language in your lessons
- What to consider when moving with a partner or family
- How CVs for teaching jobs in Ireland are different to CVs for teaching jobs in Dubai (in terms of length, detail, content and structure)
- How to determine that you are getting a good deal
- How to get everything sorted for the big move
- How to save six figures as an expat teacher
This webinar is presented by Sorcha Coyle.
Sorcha has been an expat teacher in the Gulf for over 10 years now and she runs the Empowering Expat Teachers community, whose mission is to empower future and current expat teachers to lead personally, professionally, and financially rewarding lives.
Sorcha is especially excited about the financial empowerment of expat teaching because it allowed her to save six figures in her first teaching job in Qatar!
Sorcha is a Certified Professional Résumé Writer and is currently completing he level 7 ILM Coaching and Mentoring qualification.
The webinar will be recorded and available for you to re-watch up to two weeks post-event.
A downloadable Certificate will be accessible after the event.
Thank you for taking the time to check out this webinar. Feel free to get in touch with us at email@example.com if you have any questions you would like to ask. We love hearing from you and will do all that we can to support you!
This is always a hot topic for teachers and so important to get it right.
Here are some mistakes that teachers have shared with us when they did our EPV Summer Course on Classroom Management with Niamh Byrne, Irish Primary Teacher.
We have dipped in and out of the CPD course to learn what to do instead!
Why do we remember the words of lyrics we haven’t heard in years? Why do some experiences stick in our heads more than others? Something made them memorable!
Make your lessons stick by trying to make some aspect of it different. This could be as simple as playing music (we have played classical music when students were working independently in the past) or hooking them into the lesson with mystery tasks or controversial questions that spark debate.
When planning ask yourself: What can I do to make this lesson memorable?
Trying to keep calm when things are not going well in the classroom can be such a struggle. It is overwhelming to try and support students with their emotions and behaviours – as well as our own.
Susan Gavin, course author of EPV Summer Course “Supporting Students with Challenging Behaviour” has put a comprehensive course together to help us pre-empt issues and creating systems and ways of working that stop things escalating negatively.
Trina Golden – Primary Principal of a new school, Owenabue Educate Together in Carrigaline, Cork. Previously the Principal of Ennis Educate Together. Passionate about equality based education, additional needs, educational disadvantage and trauma informed approaches.
Okay so we’ve all been there – a job post comes up on your screen that you hadn’t seen before and the deadline is that day!
You quickly rush the application to get it in before 3pm and pray to Beyonce (she’s like God, right?) that it’s acceptable!