Offers opportunity to follow one of the most effective and enjoyable
forms of professional development while keeping the security of
your job in the UK. If you are a Teacher of Modern Foreign Languages
you can exchange your post with a colleague from Austria, France,
Germany, Spain or Switzerland. You retain your UK salary and receive
funding from the British Council to cover your return travel.
Council Exchange Program
Working with partners in the UK, the British Council helps to share
British expertise and talent with over 100 countries worldwide.
Exchange Teachers' Club
A voluntary organization of people who have enjoyed successful exchanges
in the past and now are pleased to arrange events for current exchange
Exchange Teachers' Clubs
The Exchange Teachers' Clubs are voluntary organizations made up
of people who have themselves enjoyed successful exchanges in the
past, and now are pleased to arrange events for current exchange
teachers and members.
The Transliteratures Project encourages and coordinates an exchange
process by which students in one foreign literature with professional
knowledge in another foreign language taught at Rutgers may be able
to teach at least one undergraduate course in that second foreign
language. The idea is that while the mention on one's C.V. of the
knowledge of a second foreign language can be helpful in looking
for a teaching position, it pales in comparison with a C.V. mentioning
that the candidate has actually taught that second foreign language
in a university.