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by NatashaM
Wed Feb 19, 2020 2:03 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

[quote=PsyGuy post_id=58260 time=1582049955 user_id=68047] @NatashaM $50-$80 for sending transcripts, thats grossly unrealistic, who are you using for mail, Santas off duty reindeer? WES isnt required for the BC credential, its part of the immigration scheme to get your points for a visa. Yes is you...
by NatashaM
Thu Feb 13, 2020 6:59 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

PsyGuy wrote: > @NatashaM > > Subs regardless of short or long term come off the daily contact list. > > That cost is a bit disingenuous. Theres really only a couple costs and the lion > share of the total is the application fee (CAN$395) the rest is the IELTS exam (about > USD$225) and the translat...
by NatashaM
Sun Feb 02, 2020 6:38 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

Overseashire wrote: > Many of the job openings in BC are in the north, there is a reason for > that. Also many of the openings are for learning support teachers and > other specialists. I taught in BC for 15 years and know teachers who have > been on the sub list for a very long time. When you say s...
by NatashaM
Sun Feb 02, 2020 6:36 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

PsyGuy wrote: > @NatashaM > > Thee is a potential prospect though of getting a job, its just a very low probability. > The costs may very well be minimal (no more than application and processing costs). > They could be more costly requiring coursework,etc. but you wont know until you > apply and rec...
by NatashaM
Wed Jan 29, 2020 5:10 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

Heliotrope wrote: > > If there's little cost involved, I wouldn't mind playing a low odds-game. But if > it required me to put in a lot of time, effort and/or money, the odds of there being > a pay-off would definitely impact my decision, unless I had the time, effort and > money to spare, or if it ...
by NatashaM
Mon Jan 27, 2020 8:13 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

shadowjack wrote: > Natasha, the issue is that districts have to prove they could not find a Canadian > to fill their post. If you are an English/History/Socials teacher, that makes it > harder for you. Ditto primary. If you are a physic/chemistry teacher, that might > be different. > > Your best be...
by NatashaM
Sun Jan 26, 2020 6:52 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

Helen Back wrote: > Agree with Shadowjack, closer to zero than one. Probably closer to zero > than point 1. > > I saw this before I closed down my Search account > https://www.searchassociates.com/schools/canada/teach-for-canada/ > > Also look at http://www.educationcanada.com & > http://www.applyto...
by NatashaM
Sun Jan 26, 2020 6:46 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

shadowjack wrote: > @PG - as a BC Certified teacher with friends in multiple leadership roles through > the system in various districts, the odds of hiring a non-landed immigrant teacher > simply based on whether they have a BC teaching certificate when there is an oversupply > of teachers are slim ...
by NatashaM
Thu Jan 23, 2020 6:03 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

PsyGuy wrote:
> Thats not absolutely true @SJ, there are more than zero, non-landed immigrants who
> require sponsorship that are recruited and hired.
That's reassuring... thanks
by NatashaM
Tue Jan 21, 2020 4:57 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: Reply

PsyGuy wrote: > @NatashaM > > Canada in general is rather daunting. For many of the provinces that ITs > want to go to their LEAs regulating authority wont consider an application > without an employment offer. Applying for a BC credential shows employers > another province has already reviewed and ...
by NatashaM
Sun Jan 19, 2020 1:50 pm
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: transferring US/QTS to Canada

shadowjack wrote: > Here's another tip. If you are not a landed immigrant, most Canadian > schools won't touch you as they have to prove that they could not find a > qualified Canadian candidate. Also, the more expensive you are without any > experience teaching in the province, the less likely it i...
by NatashaM
Sun Jan 19, 2020 1:46 pm
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

Re: Response

PsyGuy wrote: > BC (British Columbia). High recognition and they will accept applicants who > dont have immigration status and dont require an employment sponsor. Thanks PsyGuy! Very helpful as always! Do you know anything about other provinces? What about Ontario? I looked on the website and the pr...
by NatashaM
Sun Jan 19, 2020 1:41 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: transferring US/QTS to Canada
Replies: 39
Views: 20621

transferring US/QTS to Canada

Hello everyone,
Does anyone know which province would be the easiest to transfer my US license? I also have QTS from UK. I'm originally from Serbia but have been teaching internationally for 10 years. My family is looking into immigrating to Canada so any advice is appreciated. Thanks
by NatashaM
Mon Jun 17, 2019 8:16 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: getting US teaching license
Replies: 29
Views: 8311

Re: getting US teaching license

Rafaelchick1 wrote: > @Psyguy > I just got issued my Standard License from Hawaii!!! Thanks for the help. Submitted > on the 2nd and today, the last day of school (June 7th), I received the confirmation > and made the payment! What a relief! Congrats. Great news. I have also applied for QTS and they...
by NatashaM
Fri May 03, 2019 12:59 am
Forum: Forum 1. From Questions About ISS & Search to Anything and Everything About International Teaching
Topic: getting US teaching license
Replies: 29
Views: 8311

Re: getting US teaching license

It seems like getting QTS would be the easiest. My plan is to stay international and probably teacher elementary for next couple of years. What would you recommend? If I do Praxis and add elementary to my HI license, would it make a difference when applying for jobs? Is getting CLEAR credential wort...