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  • Why College Students Need Storage Space

    The following post is from a guest blogger. Like teachers who move abroad, students leaving home for college is a big step in any of our lives, and the first... Read more

    The 11 september 2013 by   Naturegirl321
    SCHOOLING, TRAVEL
  • The History of the Shibboleth

    Can you say “shibboleth?” What if your life depended on it? A shibboleth is a linguistic term that represents something that is emblematic of a group of... Read more

    The 16 september 2013 by   Expectlabs
    TECH
  • Travel Update Or I’m Really Excited About My Trip to Prague

    A couple of years ago I started Project Tourist, which desperately needs updating at some point. My plan for 2013 is to visit at least four new countries and... Read more

    The 16 may 2013 by   Michelle Jr
    EXPAT, TRAVEL
  • How to Make Classroom Rules

    The majority of teachers, if not all of them, have classroom rules. The problem with these rules is that they make the classroom into a dictatorship. Read more

    The 10 november 2013 by   Naturegirl321
    SCHOOLING, TRAVEL
  • St Vitus’s Cathedral, Prague

    You can see the spires of St. Vitus’s Cathedral from all around the centre of Prague. As you walk into the main area of Prague Castle it is smack bang in front... Read more

    The 12 june 2013 by   Michelle Jr
    EXPAT, TRAVEL
  • The Dark Side in Palermo

    The catacombe in Palermo Under the light of the sun all shine, but the land hidden some mysteries. The life and the death are very closely linked to the mother... Read more

    The 01 october 2013 by   Xxlauraxx
    DESTINATIONS, TRAVEL
  • Signing a Confidentiality Agreement With Your School

    From rainsellingpros.com I had never heard of confidentiality agreements for schools until I was talking to a friend about salaries at her school. TEFL... Read more

    The 02 august 2013 by   Naturegirl321
    SCHOOLING, TRAVEL
  • The Italian Portinaia: the Angel of the Condominium.

    When I was child I had only four thoughts: go to school, play games, have a snack and go into the court yard in the afternoon, when the rules of the... Read more

    The 04 july 2013 by   Xxlauraxx
    DESTINATIONS, TRAVEL
  • Kids at International Schools Aren't as Worldly as You Think

    ISR wrote a blog about Going International With Children back in May 2011 and they state that international schools are culturally diverse and students can... Read more

    The 17 june 2013 by   Naturegirl321
    SCHOOLING, COMMUNITY, EXPAT, PARENTING
  • Argentine Music (Part Three)

    many of Argentina's musical genres can be divided into two primary categories: folklore and popular music. Read more

    The 24 may 2013 by   Expanishargentina
    DESTINATIONS, TRAVEL

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