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Teaching Jobs in UAE.

Teaching jobs in the United Arab Emirates are high-paying, challenging, and very exciting. These positions are quite competitive. For the best chance, we recommend applying several months before your planned departure date - and uploading your current resume/CV when you apply.

 

The Battle Against Bugs

When I was growing up, mice were fairly common in the winter. Whether your house was clean or filthy, when it got cold, they would find their way inside. Roaches were a different thing. Roaches were the story of filth, it meant you had brought it from somewhere that had them or weren't doing your duties to clean and maintian your home.

What materials should you pack when you move to teach in Abu Dhabi?

I am sure that many of you are getting ready to come over and one of the major questions (after, did I make the right decision?) is what resources should I bring? What will be appropriate?
First and foremost, don't doubt yourself. Just stay the course. Here is the professional teaching standard relating to curriculum and in classroom practice.

Saying Farewell for Now to Family and Friends

We (Hubby and I) announced that we are leaving the US to all of our friends and family then invited them to join us on July 5th for a Hawaiian Luau.

It was a magnificent time with a Pool that went as high as 14 feet; plenty of our favorite foods made by Family, shared with Friends and served on the grill of good intention.

My favorite feature of the event was the drinks and “Tiki Bar” that my cousin built.  I had enough fun to fuel my flight to the UAE.

Clad in Hawaiian prints, floral & "Beachy Keen" threads we danced, hugged and took farewell photos.

Teach Abroad in Al Ain

The city of Al Ain is a medium sized city of just over half a million people. Due to its size, it has all amenities and facilities you'd expect from a city that size. Known as the Oasis City, it is lush and green and a pleasant break from the harsh desert. The name Al Ain means "the spring" in Arabic and looking at the lush greenery of the city it's not hard to imagine why. Unlike Abu Dhabi City, you won't find any skyscrapers here. The building regulations have strict limits on height so the many trees always remain the dominating feature of the city.

Teach Abroad in Dubai

Dubai is the largest city in the UAE and home to more than two million people from all over the world. Here you’ll find a varied mix of cultures from Emirati nationals to expats from the United States, Canada, India, Australia, Pakistan-the list goes on and on! Despite its rapid development over the past few decades, the city dates back nearly one thousand years. Once a major part of the Arabian pearling industry, it shifted focus to oil exports in the 1960’s and 70’s, bringing a significant amount of commercial wealth to the region.

Top 10 Free Things to do in Abu Dhabi

        Traveling to the Middle East for sight-seeing is not in most people’s plans. While politics may cause concern for most, the reality is the United Arab Emirates is a bastion of peace and stability. Though the UAE just celebrated its 42nd birthday, visitors will be delighted to see a paradox of old and new culture in and around the capital city of Abu Dhabi. While one could spend easily enjoying its luxury, there is plenty to see and do in the United Arab Emirates on a limited budget or for free.

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