Unsurprisingly, teachers and school leaders who have worked in different environments typically develop not just an understanding of these environments but the capacity to adapt robustly to changing situations. Living and working abroad can be challenging, exciting, exhilarating and immensely satisfying, especially as teachers absorb the learnings of their new environment and throw themselves into a way of life that is unique to their context.
But what happens when a global pandemic strikes, when economies become upended, schools are closed, communities are locked down, and the ability to travel to see wider families and friends in person is curtailed?
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