Jess Gosling

International teacher, author of 'Becoming a Successful International Teacher' and creator of 'New to International Schools Teachers' page and group

Jess Gosling was trained in the UK and has taught in 5 countries over a career of more than 10 years. Her passion has remained within the Early Years, as she is an advocate for the pedagogy of child-led, play-based learning throughout childhood. She has worked in the UK and internationally with young EAL learners. She has published for the Times Educational Supplement and is currently working on her second action research project. She loves international teaching so much she has set up several platforms to support others. Jess has just authored her first book to support international teachers, 'Becoming a Successful International Teacher', available worldwide through Amazon.

Recent articles from Jess Gosling

  1. From Blog to Book, the Challenges and Rewards of Self-Publishing

    04/11/2021

    • Digital & the Future of Learning,
    • Teaching Theory, Practice & Implementation
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    Jess Gosling
  2. Has Lockdown Increased Access to Online Training for Teachers?

    14/06/2021

    The increased availability and accessibility of a variety of CPD due to the global lockdown

    • Professional Development,
    • Teaching Theory, Practice & Implementation
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    Jess Gosling
  3. How can we Stimulate Learning and Motivate Learners in Early Years in an International School?

    25/11/2021

    Schools can further progress fundamental skills and stimulate deeper learning in the early years setting at international schools, especially in EAL students

    • Curriculum & Assessment,
    • Early Years Learning,
    • English as a Second Language,
    • Teaching Theory, Practice & Implementation
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Jess Gosling's recent questions

  1. How can educators plan their international teaching career?

    • Marketing, Admissions & Recruitment,
    • Professional Development,
    • Teaching Theory, Practice & Implementation
    Asked by: Jess Gosling on 01/11/2021
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  2. What areas of wellbeing do you consider crucial for your students, and how do you implement these?

    • School Culture and Community Engagement,
    • Wellbeing
    Asked by: Jess Gosling on 01/11/2021
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  3. What are your significant support mechanisms as a female leader?

    • Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice,
    • Leadership,
    • Professional Development
    Asked by: Jess Gosling on 01/11/2021
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