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Best blogs by teachers abroad

TeacherPort, an online resource for teachers working overseas, has just announced the winners of its 2012 best blog awards. The list is a good resource for teachers looking to find out about living and working in Asia, the Middle East or South America.

Hugh McCaffrey wrote for Generation Emigration in March about teaching in Japan

Tue, Dec 4, 2012, 11:12

   

Hugh McCafferty wrote for Generation Emigration in March about teaching in Japan

TeacherPort, an online resource for teachers working overseas, has just announced the winners of its 2012 best blog awards.

The 11 winners and 12 finalists were selected from over 100 entries from teachers living all over the world. The list of blogs is a great resource for teachers who are considering moving abroad and are looking to find out about living and working in countries ranging from South Korea to Brazil, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Thailand.

TeacherPort is an Irish-owned website where teachers can apply for jobs, find out about employers, and research destinations where English-speaking teachers are required. See TeacherPort.com for more information, or follow them on Twitter for updates @TeacherPort.

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