Posts Tagged "transitions"

What I Wish My (International School) Teacher Knew About Me

Posted by on Apr 14, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

What I Wish My (International School) Teacher Knew About Me

This article is reprinted with the permission of the author, Jane Barron. Jane is a Youth Intercultural Transition Specialist at Globally Grounded, an Educator (www.globallygrounded.com) with 24 years experience in local and international schools, a parent of two TCKs and grew up as a Domestic TCK. As a domestically mobile child, I have been this student. As a Mum to two globally mobile kids, I parent this student. As a teacher in both international and local schools, I have taught this student. As an intercultural transition specialist, I come alongside this student, their family and the...

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Blog Reading for TCK Education Consultants

Posted by on Jan 17, 2016 in Blog | 0 comments

Blog Reading for TCK Education Consultants

As education consultants, we certainly want to pass along solid educational information to our families. But sometimes it is also helpful to pass along posts from education and family-related blogs. While some education blogs are more research-based than others, many address the reality of raising families overseas and can offer encouragement when the parents we serve might need it. Here are three blogs that offer information that could be helpful to you as a consultant and possibly be worth exploring on behalf of your families. Please offer others that you’ve discovered in the...

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Getting to the Bottom of Things: Helping Families with Struggling Learners

Posted by on Oct 13, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Getting to the Bottom of Things: Helping Families with Struggling Learners

This is article is by Melissa Shipman, Executive Director of PACE. Melissa was a teacher of children with special needs for over 10 years, and has served with SHARE Education Services since 2002 as both a full-time and associate education consultant. She now lives in Georgia, USA with her husband and two young girls. Trying to help parents who have a child who is struggling in their learning is no small feat. We never want to raise alarmist bells and immediately call for special needs testing. However, we often work with families as they seek explanations for a child’s learning and behavior....

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