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Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail Better.

~Samuel Becket

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Vacancy for Private German Teacher in Hurghada, Egypt

Posted 10 November 2014:

The General Manager of a luxury hotel in Hurghada, Egypt, is looking for a female German teacher for his two children, aged 6 and 12. They attend the German School nearby and speak English, Greek and Arabic.

The teacher would be given accommodation in the hotel and flights, along with 2,000 – 2,500 Euros tax free a month.

For more information about this position, please send me a note at info@pension-sprachschule.de and I will pass your inquiry over to the source, Sharon H. on LinkedIn.

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Education is not the piling on of learning, information, data, facts, skills, or abilities – that’s training or instruction – but is rather making visible what is hidden as a seed.

–Thomas Moore

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Vacancy at Frankfurt International School

- Posted 07 November 2014 -

Applications are invited for the following positions effective 1 August 2015:

►        FIS-W Grade 6–8 Math and Science
►        FIS-W Special Education – Experience working with children on the Autism Spectrum required
►        US Physical Education
►        US Teacher of German and French – as a foreign language
►        US IB Physics Teacher
►        US IB Economics/General Geography
►        ES Physical Education
►        All School – Technology Integration Teacher; experience as a Technology integration teacher

Applications should be in writing and directed to the appropriate principal/administrator with copy to Rita De La Cruz within seven working days of this notice.

* FIS-W is Frankfurt International School in Wiesbaden

Rita De La Cruz
Human Resources Manager
61440 Oberursel, Germany
Tel.:         +49 (0) 6171-2024478
www.fis.edu

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Trains on Strike in Germany from 6 Nov to 10 Nov 2014

There will be a major train strike starting as of tomorrow,  06 November (Thu) at 2 a.m. until 10 November, (Mon) 4 a.m. throughout Germany.

This will affect all regular trains (Regionalbahn, ICE) and the S Bahn, but not the U Bahn.

Although Deutsche Bahn will try to run certain trains, expect big disruptions in train traffic, as well as increased car traffic.

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