Entries by Liz Hutchinson

Featured Five

Education Specialist TeachBeyond Borders Lesvos, Greece We are looking for a pioneering leader to oversee the design, development, implementation, and evaluation of educational programming for refugees of all ages in Lesvos, Greece. A staff member is particularly needed for October-December 2018 and April-June 2019. Enquire Now High School Maths Teacher William Carey Academy Chittagong, Bangladesh […]

An exercise in FAITH

In our exploration of TeachBeyond’s core values, we have now come to faith. Hebrews 11 is the great Bible chapter on faith and there we find a definition of this value: “Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see[1].” The chapter goes on to illustrate what […]

Featured Five

Business Manager International Education Services Middle East IES is seeking a business manager who will oversee the finance department and non-educational related facilities and operations. Management experience preferred. At IES, you will have the opportunity to work in one of the largest unreached nations in the 10/40 window. Inquire Now Guidance Counsellor Evangelical Christian Academy […]

God’s Rubric for Excellence

Excellence: Whatever we do, we do it wholeheartedly to the best of our ability and for the glory of God alone. (from TeachBeyond Identity Statements) Excellence – the last in the list of TeachBeyond core values – is a concept that conjures up a myriad of thoughts and emotions. Perhaps you have memories of basking […]

Featured Five

Here are five featured openings in our schools.†Click here†to see all available openings. Director William Carey Academy Chittagong, Bangladesh Work with a group of both national and expatriate teachers leading a school of 340 students as we seek to provide a quality education and spiritual truth to the community around us. Teacher Meagan Carns tells […]

Asking the Right Question

I was recently at a conference where I got to chatting with one of our TeachBeyond missionaries—R—who related a conversation about faith matters she’d just had with several of the grade 12 students at her school. The students would bring up an issue, and R would ask them a question about it. This happened again […]

Partnering with Others

Cooperative learning is widely recognised as valuable for students, but cooperative teaching isn’t so widely valued. It seems to be easier to visualise how working with others and sharing gifts and resources can benefit other people, but sometimes our personal habits of autonomy and independence can keep us, as teachers, from seeing the value of […]

Thinking in an “On Demand” world

Our world is increasingly fast-paced. Everything around us, from drive-in restaurants to on-line media-streaming services, caters to our desire to have what we want right now. Even our phones, with their magic genies—Alexa, Siri, Cortana—answer our questions within moments. We live in an “on-demand” world. It is no wonder that in this context, our students […]