One of the best parts of teaching at an International School is that I get to connect with teachers who have taught all around the world. I enjoy this concept so much that I decided to start a blog that will give this experience to everyone. This blog, called Global Teacher Connect, will have authors from around the world posting about what is going on in their classroom and what resources they are using with their students. We will have no more than 5 authors per country, so we can keep it diverse, but we will have many, many countries represented. Already we have authors from: South Africa, the Netherlands, Spain, France, Trinidad/Tobago, the United States, and of course – Morocco!
We are currently looking for more authors, so if you would be interested in being an author, please feel free to contact me at email@example.com. Whether you are interested in writing or not, please feel free to stop by and view the discussions. Right now, we have a very interesting discussion going on about how substitute teaching is handled in countries around the world – started by Melissa of Dilly Dabbles. Can’t wait to see your contributions to the discussions!