Some background

I’ve been teaching overseas since 1989. All of  that time, except for four years in Pakistan, has been spent in Indonesia. I specialize in Middle School math and technology, but I also teach social studies. I was trained originally to be an anthropologist – all of my degrees are in anthropology.

Responses

  1. Hello,

    My name is Meliana Salim. I represent Green School at the Kul-Kul Campus (formerly The Kul-Kul School) as the Marketing & PR Manager. I came a cross a listing of our school on your website and was wondering if you had the chance to visit our campus. If not, we would love to have you come for a tour at your earliest convenience.

    We are delighted to have the chance to share our vision of innovative education for the 21st century. Green School combines the rigors of mainstream education with the teaching methods of multiple intelligences as well as a dedication to ecological and cultural sustainability. Our goal is simple: to cultivate in our students a deep love of learning and the development of values that will allow them to become the leaders of their generation.

    Your blogs are very impressive; thoroughly researched and incredibly informative. Please give me a call if you’d like to arrange a meeting.

    Thank you.

    Yours truly,

    Meliana Salim, Marketing & PR Manager
    Green School at the Kul-Kul Campus
    Sibang Kaja, Bali, Indonesia
    Mobile: +62 816 1978 599
    Phone: +62 361 780 5260
    Skype: m3liana
    http://www.GreenSchool.org

  2. Thanks very much Meliana. I’ll be back in Bali next month. If I have a chance to get down to Ubud, I’ll give you a call. I’d love to see the school. Thanks for the comments.

  3. Thank you for the informative blog on Lahore American School. It was helpful as I have just accepted a teaching position there and was researching online.

  4. Good luck Shazia and thanks for the comments. Say hello to Shaista in the main office.

  5. Hi! My name is George Christos. I am currently a teacher at Tinian Jr. Sr. High School in the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas. I am halfway through a two year contract and am starting to consider my future career options. I visited Bali for the first time this past Christmas and was immediately enamoured of the culture, the people, and the environment. I am returning in late March to learn more about Bali and to hopefully visit a school or two. I have attempted to contact one international school but received no reply from my e-mail. I was able to reach someone by phone, but the connection from here was so bad that neither of us could understand at all what the other was saying. I have very much enjoyed reading your articles on your website and was hoping you might have some advice for me on my upcoming visit and possible ways of contacting some of the schools before I arrive.

    P.S. This is a great blog! Thanks for all the information!

  6. Hi George,

    Thanks for the comments.

    You don’t mention which school you are attempting to contact, but I would try the email again if you don’t receive a reply after a week or so. You should remember that directors and principals of international schools are very busy, especially at this time of the year with recruiting going on. The person that you are trying to contact may be out recruiting.

    We’ve been having some problems with communications over the past few weeks so you might want to try the phone again.

    I’ll be at home in Singaraja during the end of March. If you make it up north drop in and visit.

    Best of luck and regards,

    Bruce

  7. Thanks! Living here on Tinian I understand very well about communication problems. I’ll try to make it up your way.

  8. I would like to let the blog participants know that we are in the process of planning for an international school development in Singapore.

    We are starting to develop a database of interested, qualified primary/middle school teachers.

    If anyone is interested in being included in the database feel free to send your details or a full CV to my email address listed.

  9. Just in case you cannot access my email it is

    petrinacoventry@kueducation.com

  10. i want to know about hindi teacher vacancy in abroad i.e uk or us or in singapore australia if some body knos can contact me by my email thank you .

  11. my email id is dbymanoj@rediffmail.com for hindi vacancy only

  12. I am an English teacher employed at present in Jakarta, handling IGCSE and A Level classes. I am greatly impressed by the objectives and expectations of the BIS. My work experience and exposure of the past( 21 years) in India, The Maldives and Jakarta, will certainly aid me to serve the educational needs of this institution. If you wish to contact me for July 2009 academic session, I am available:
    Tel: 021 65850418; Hp: 0815 859 14233

  13. i WOULD LIKE TO ASK IF YOUR STILL HIRING SCIENCE TEACHERS AS OF THE MOMENT. i AM A SCIENCE TEACHER AND iM LOOKING FOR A CHANCE TO WORK IN YOUR SCHOOL

  14. I would like to be a part of your esteemed institution. If given a chance I can prove myself. I am post graduate in Hindi with B.Ed and having more than 5 years of experience. Presently working in a reputed school in Orissa.

  15. Hi
    Sir I am INS qualified Swimming Coach , 2years experiencein myprofession, I want to join you

  16. If you are interested in teaching somewhere else for a while we have vacancies for social studies teachers and math teachers in Africa and Indonesia…

  17. Oh, and also in Tajikistan! and excellent ESL vacancies in China and Turkey.


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