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Turning the Tables on The Ed Podcast – Education Rickshaw – Education Article

I recently had the opportunity to sit and chat with Shane from The Ed Podcast, a show that focuses on conversations surrounding the teaching life and profession. It was a great experience, and one that I think documents pretty well where I am in my career at this moment in time. Listening to podcasts like The EdPodcast are a great way for teachers to receive “PD on the go.” Listening to one in my car, or even between lessons, can…

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Should You Raise Your Kids Abroad? – Education Rickshaw – Education Article

If you’re a fan of our website, you know that it’s primarily a blog about teaching and learning overseas. Stephanie and I were both trained and certified as teachers in the United States, and soon after took our first international teaching jobs at an elementary school in Vietnam (Check out our video cruising around the traffic of Ho Chi Minh City). This blog’s not normally about parenting, and we’re not parents. Although, because we recognize the research that student factors…

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Coming Out In The Classroom – The Girl On The Piccadilly Line – Education Article

‘Never discuss your private life’. Along with ‘don’t smile before Christmas’, this is one of the first commandments drilled into you in teacher training, but what happens when your private life is visibly tied up with your identity? 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality. The summer has been simultaneously shocking and celebratory, with a number of very public tributes to the individuals who campaigned tirelessly for this abolition and those who suffered under the consequences of…

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How Early Should The Early Years Be? – The Girl On The Piccadilly Line – Education Article

Let me first introduce myself and explain why this blog won’t be as expertly written as it usually is. On a previous blog Zoe quotes Hemmingway, “the first draft of everything is shit.” For Zoe, this is a comfort to her in reading her first drafts. I’m sorry but my final draft is still a bit stinky, but it will have to do. Anyway, as well as being a not-so-slick -logger I am also a qualified teacher with experience in KS1…

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Should You Raise Your Kids Abroad? – Education Rickshaw – Education Article

If you’re a fan of our website, you know that it’s primarily a blog about teaching and learning overseas. Stephanie and I were both trained and certified as teachers in the United States, and soon after took our first international teaching jobs at an elementary school in Vietnam (Check out our video cruising around the traffic of Ho Chi Minh City). This blog’s not normally about parenting, and we’re not parents. Although, because we recognize the research that student factors…

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