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During my internship with the Career & Recruitment Department of CIS I came across many educators who intend to relocate and start pursuing a career in international education. Because of my psychology background, I found it compelling to understand who is suitable for this environment, who will prosper and who will not resist the demands of the international stage, where individuals of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities co-exist, communicate and share experiences.
Which qualities should an educator have to be a good fit for an international school? And in which way is such an environment challenging anyway? To find an answer to these questions, I delved into research and interviewed CIS-Approved Educators who …