Posts Tagged "Canadian TCKs"

Coaching Canadian TCKs, Part Two: University Entrance

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Blog | 0 comments

  This is the second part of a series from guest blogger Lorna Jacobson, MK Care & Education Coordinator with SIM Canada and TCK Coordinator with SIM International. You can find the first part here. She resources and encourages SIM people involved in TCK work around the world, and serves as an advocate for TCKs within SIM International. In coaching high school students through the process of application to Canadian universities, there are a number of aspects of Canadian university culture that education consultants need to be aware of. One American student attending a Canadian university...

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Coaching Canadian TCKs

Posted by on Jan 31, 2013 in Blog | 3 comments

  Our guest blogger this week is Lorna Jacobson, MK Care & Education Coordinator with SIM Canada and TCK Coordinator with SIM International. She resources and encourages SIM people involved in TCK work around the world, and serves as an advocate for TCKs within SIM International. The term “Hidden Immigrants” is often used to describe TCKs as they return to their passport countries and look as if they should fit right in – but don’t quite. The physical appearance is right, the language is right, but differences in experiences and cultural backgrounds keep them from fully fitting the...

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