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Lindsay Marcaccio

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Teaching Abroad in Ireland: Guest Post from Realta Ranga
About Me Hello! I’m
Aisling. I’m 34 and I teach here in Ireland, which is home to me. I grew up in
Dublin and, after a 10 year career in publishing and event management, I
re-trained as a teacher 6 years ago. I love teaching and often wonder why I
didn’t go...

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I'ts Time for Another Giveaway!
With this busy back to school season, Teachers Pay Teachers can make your life as a teacher so much easier! We're trying to help you out, too. We're giving you a chance to win a $25 TpT Gift Cards to help you make your classroom the best it's ever been! Che...

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Teaching Abroad in France: Guest Post from Izzy
! Hello ! Bonjour ! Salut ! I'm Izzy. I live in the west of France and
I'm an ESL teacher. I've been teaching for 15 years, to pupils from 10 to 15 years old. I
first started with pupils from 15 to 20 and I also taught French to foreign
students, aged fr...

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Teachers Pay Teachers Gift Card Giveaway
It's back to school time and everyone is busy preparing their classrooms and resources for their students! What better way to get things started than a $25 TpT gift card? I'm so happy to be joining up with Kelly Malloy from An Apple for the Teacher for this...

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¡Saludos! I'm Emily and I have been teaching in the Dominican
Republic for the past 7 years.  I work for a ministry called Kids Alive
International, which provides holistic Christian care for children at risk
around the world. After three years of teaching ...

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Teaching Abroad in Venezuela and Colombia: Guest Post from Allison
Hello everyone! I’m Allison and I’m currently a teacher in
Colombia. My adventures abroad began immediately after I graduated Bucknell
University with my degree in elementary education and ESL in 2012. I first
moved to Venezuela to live and teach there. Two...

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Teaching Abroad in Australia: Guest Post from Jenny
I’m really excited to share
my teaching experiences and classroom with you all! First, a bit about myself.
I am originally from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. I have a degree in Child Studies
and a degree in Primary Education. I’ve been an educator for 9 years, ...

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Teaching Abroad in Japan: Guest Post from Bernadette
Bernadette has chosen to share a few videos with you rather than writing a post. Check them out below! You can see more of her videos on her YouTube Channel ! Bernadette Etcheverry Plazola was born in Southern California to
Mexican parents. Bernadette comp...

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Teaching Abroad in Japan: Guest Post from Kaylee
Hello and konnichiwa everyone! I’m Kaylee from Canada and I moved abroad straight after university and started teaching a little over a year ago. Unlike many other teachers abroad, I don’t live in the countryside or a small town, I live in one of the larges...

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Teaching Abroad in Brunei: Guest Post from Emma
Hi! A little
over 4 years ago I left New Zealand to teach abroad. It has been the best
decision I have ever made. I graduated one week and left for the United Arab
Emirates the next. I moved to a small town called Madinat Zayed, an hour and a
half away from...
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