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Untuk Peta Mt. Antero daerah saya telah tertarik dengan gunung ini sejak pindah ke Colorado pada tahun 1971. Mt. Antero adalah puncak tertinggi ke-10 di negara bagian setinggi 14.269 kaki. Terletak di antara kota Buena Vista dan Salida dan berbatasan dengan barat lembah Sungai Arkansas di kisaran Collegiate Peaks (lihat peta). Ini pertama kali dilakukan pada akhir 1800-an, seperti juga sebagian besar wilayah pegunungan lainnya di negara bagian ini. Orang kulit putih pertama kali mencari kekayaan dalam singkapan emas dan perak yang sulit dipahami, tapi bukankah emas atau perak itu adalah harta karun di sini. Sebaliknya, itu adalah kristal aquamarine, langit biru yang indah hingga laut berwarna hijau yang beraneka ragam permata. Untuk membuatnya lebih menarik, semua deposit permata yang dikenal di sini terjadi di atas jalur kayu, menjadikannya wilayah gemeretan tertinggi di Amerika Serikat. Aquamarine terjadi di saku atau gelembung di batu granit, kebanyakan pada apa yang diketahui ilmuwan sebagai rongga miarolitik. Hal ini sering lapuk keluar ke scree dan talus. Mineral yang terkait dapat mencakup spesimen kuarsa berasap yang dikristal dengan baik, kuarsa tak berwarna, pewarna putih feldspar (kebanyakan mikroline, tapi juga adularia dan clevelandite) apatit hijau, ungu, atau tidak berwarna (oktahedron) apatit dan tidak berwarna untuk fenacake sherry. Lebih jarang lagi, seseorang dapat menemukan kristal sherry yang tidak berwarna hingga kristal oranye dan mineral berilium bermerumen langka. Mengumpulkan di awal tahun itu semua dengan berjalan kaki, membutuhkan pendakian yang sulit dari pangkalan. Pada pertengahan 1950-an sebuah perusahaan dari Texas membangun sebuah jalan di sisi barat puncak untuk menambang beryl dan mungkin molibdenit. Usaha itu berumur pendek, karena segera menjadi jelas bahwa beryl tidak cukup terkonsentrasi untuk membuat pertambangan ekonomis, terutama mengingat musim penambangan di ketinggian biasanya hanya berlangsung dari bulan Juni sampai Agustus. Hal terbaik tentang itu akhirnya menyediakan akses ke gunung untuk rockhound yang lebih rata-rata. Salah satu masalah pengumpulan ketinggian tinggi adalah ancaman badai dan petir yang terus berlanjut pada siang hari, yang pasti merupakan pemikiran menakutkan di atas jalur kayu. Yang lainnya adalah penyakit ketinggian dan kemungkinan hipotermia bagi mereka yang tidak siap menghadapi perubahan suhu secara tiba-tiba. Saya harus menekankan bahwa bekerja di tempat yang tinggi pasti tidak mudah. Memiliki kendaraan di dekatnya untuk retret cepat pasti menyenangkan, meski selalu ada sejumlah pejalan kaki di sana setiap musim panas yang lebih memilih tantangan untuk melakukannya dengan cara yang lebih sulit (atau mungkin tidak punya pilihan lain). Selalu menjadi tantangan dan petualangan untuk mendaki gunung, entah dengan berjalan kaki atau beroda empat. The 7 mil kuota wayquot drive berbatu, bergelombang, curam, sempit, dan di atas jalur kayu melibatkan beberapa bahaya. Satu miscue pada switchbacks atau shelf road bisa mengakibatkan terjerembab seribu kaki atau lebih. Jika Anda melakukan perjalanan dengan kendaraan, silakan tinggal di jalur yang telah mapan dan jangan melintasi daerah tundra yang rapuh. Ada klaim pertambangan yang dipatenkan dan tidak dipatenkan di daerah tersebut, namun sebagian besar lahannya dianggap terbuka untuk penggalian tangan. Satu-satunya yang saya tahu yang terlarang adalah terowongan yang sebenarnya dari Tambang California (klaim yang dipatenkan). Beberapa tahun yang lalu portal akses telah ditutup dan ditutup dengan puing-puing renyah. Hal-hal dapat berubah, jadi waspadalah terhadap area kuotitas kutipan ketat yang mungkin ada. Dikumpulkan pada tahun 1995 oleh ahli geologi William Hutchinson. Jalan ini dalam beberapa hal merupakan kerugian bagi pengumpulan yang serius sekaligus keuntungan yang berbeda. Dengan lebih banyak orang datang lebih banyak mengumpulkan. Dengan mengumpulkan lebih banyak terjadi deplesi. Masalahnya adalah bahwa barang-barang quoteasy telah banyak hilang sekarang. Jika Anda tidak bertemu dengan seseorang yang mengetahui kawasan ini, Anda dapat dengan mudah melewatkan area penggalian yang mungkin terjadi karena sebagian besar permukaan mengapung telah dijemput. Menggali selalu dipukul dan dilewatkan (kebanyakan kangen) dan temuan bagus langka. Kolektor yang menemukan kantong besar aquamarine halus memang sangat beruntung. Jika kita hanya memiliki penglihatan x-ray untuk dilihat di bawah permukaan. Tetapi ada banyak area yang bagus dimana jumlah penggarukan dan penyekapan yang masuk akal harus menghasilkan beberapa natrium kecil atau matriks beril yang baik, bahkan mungkin beberapa fluor atau salah satu dari yang diinginkan lainnya atau Sebuah chip atau dua aquamarine. Kesuksesan sering bergantung pada mengetahui sedikit tentang geologi, serta pengalaman. Ketekunan membayar Warna aquamarine di sini berkisar dari warna tak berwarna (sebenarnya quotgoshenitequot) sampai biru tua, dengan blues ringan menjadi rata-rata. Batu berwarna hijau jarang seperti kuning (heliodor) yang akan selalu memiliki semburat hijau. Saya cukup beruntung untuk menemukan dan mengidentifikasi beryls morgan pertama dari sini (morganite adalah peach to pink beryl) di lubang prospek di Carbonate Ridge dekat Tambang California yang terkenal (terletak beberapa mil ke barat daya puncak utama Gunung Antero ). Area yang jelas cukup besar untuk memotong beberapa karat yang bersih jarang terjadi. Kebanyakan kristal memiliki kerudung atau inklusi atau etsa yang mencegah hasil maksimal. Batu terbesar yang telah saya potong dari sini yang bersih mata adalah sekitar 9 karat. Saya telah melihat beberapa spesimen yang akan menghasilkan batu sampai 15 atau 20 karat atau lebih, beberapa di antaranya berwarna biru sangat halus. Jika Anda menemukan kristal penghentian yang sempurna, biasanya dianggap sebagai penghinaan untuk memotongnya menjadi batu permata. Mereka cantik dengan sendirinya dan jauh lebih langka dari potongan atau potongan yang rusak atau kristal yang rusak yang bisa dipotong. Untuk memotong atau membongkar kelompok kristal halus (kristal dari spesies yang berbeda yang menempel pada matriks atau dengan kristal lain yang ditanam di atasnya) harus dibuat tindak pidana (Dan ingatlah ini adalah pemotong yang berbicara). Saya telah melihat spesimen cantik dari sini dengan phenacites atau fluor yang ditanamkan pada permukaan penghentian atau permukaan kristal aquamarine. Jika Anda tertarik untuk belajar lebih banyak tentang tempat yang menarik ini, bolehkah saya menyarankan buku Antero Aquamarines oleh ahli geologi Mark Jacobson, dan diterbitkan oleh L.R. Ream Publishing. Ini adalah edisi terbatas, tapi versi soft cover bisa didapat sekitar 15-20. (Catatan: Buku ini sekarang tidak dicetak, dan mungkin merupakan tantangan untuk ditemukan. Harga sekarang mencerminkan kelangkaan itu) Update, 2007: Hal-hal telah berubah secara pasti sejak menulis artikel di atas, dan tidak semuanya menjadi lebih baik. Hal ini telah menjadi semakin sulit bagi pihak luar untuk melakukan pembelaan secara legal di sana karena perkembangbiakan klaim pertambangan baru-baru ini. Dan beberapa tahun yang lalu, tidak ada yang peduli jika Anda pergi ke sana dan melakukan pencarian di sekitar, kecuali jika Anda pergi berburu dengan cepat di lubang aktif tempat mereka bekerja. Mungkin sebagian karena peningkatan nilai moneter batu permata dan spesimen, bukan itu Lagi kasusnya secara keseluruhan Pemegang klaim cenderung lebih menyukai wajah dan situasi konfrontatif Anda. Meskipun kami memiliki izin dari beberapa penggugat lainnya untuk mencari-cari, saya mendapati diri saya kurang bersemangat untuk menghadapi cuaca dan efek ketinggian yang ekstrem. Lutut saya mulai mengganggu saya dan meskipun saat ini jauh lebih baik daripada beberapa tahun yang lalu (karena minum LSL), cukup mempengaruhi saya untuk membatasi pendakian saya di daerah yang penuh tekanan dan curam. Jadi informasi yang harus diikuti kurang bersifat pribadi dan lebih dari sudut pandang pelaporan. Jalan dan jalan setapak selalu ada masalah. Terkadang mereka hebat (relatif berbicara, tentu saja), lain kali mereka miskin. Itu tergantung pada cuaca dan waktu. Pada pertengahan bulan Agustus (2007) sebenarnya ada saat ketika jalur kereta api utama (istilah ini digunakan secara longgar di sini) di sana diputar ke kendaraan bermotor di luar penyeberangan sungai pertama, kecuali Anda memiliki klaim yang sah dan izin BLM untuk menambang. Hal ini disebabkan hujan lebat pada satu titik yang membasahi jalan dan membuat perjalanan tidak mungkin atau sangat berbahaya. Ini sejak itu telah diperbaiki dan dibuka kembali oleh cangkul lagu yang dimanfaatkan oleh kelompok Bryan Lees Collectors Edge Minerals. Mereka telah menambang di dekat kenop selatan, bekerja sama dengan Cardwell, pemilik lama dari sejumlah besar klaim pertambangan (17 jika saya ingat dengan benar) di puncak utama dan tombol selatan. Mereka adalah penuntut asli dan pembangun jalan di awal tahun 1950an. Tim fatherson dari Tommy dan Craig Cardwell (yang mengambil alih dari kakek) telah secara aktif mengerjakan klaim mereka di sini sejak sekitar pergantian dekade ini, dengan keberhasilan yang kurang lebih adil. Mereka secara tradisional mengizinkan penggalian tangan di sini saat tidak bekerja sendiri. Ketika bekerja secara aktif, mereka mungkin membatasi pengumpulan akses, atau mereka mungkin memerlukan perjanjian dan pengabaian yang ditandatangani, dan mengizinkan pengumpulan berdasarkan saham. Mt. Putih telah melihat sejumlah besar aktivitas dan kenaikan klaim pertambangan sejak pertengahan tahun 1990an. Frank dan Leon Nelson dari Salida, Bill Chirnside dari Denver, John Melby, dan banyak lainnya yang namanya tidak dapat saya ingat adalah kolektor aktif di sana. Sebagian besar klaim ini produktif dan terus berlanjut, walaupun saya belum pernah mendengar tentang penemuan mayor baru-baru ini. Sebuah temuan baru yang bagus baru-baru ini, adalah beberapa bagian kristal yang sangat besar dan banyak potongan dan kristal kecil dari klaim-klaim Cliffsquot Brian Busses di punggungan barat daya (Carbonate Ridge) Penemuan terbaik akhir-akhir ini tampaknya telah dilakukan oleh Steve Brancato. Saya pertama kali bertemu Steve saat saya memberinya tumpangan mendaki gunung di 4WD saya. Dia telah berjalan menyusuri jalan setapak dari rumah teman di desa Alpine di Chalk Creek, di dekat jalan raya Antero. Seorang kenalan Walt bernamanya telah menabrak saku kristal besar dan ini cukup menarik minat Steves untuk memutuskan untuk mencoba keberuntungannya sendiri di area umum Antero yang sama, di sisi yang menghadap Mt. Putih. Ini tidak jauh dari tempat Ed Over dan Art Montgomery dan beberapa pencari tahu awal menemukan simpanan mereka pada usia 30an dan 40an. Tidak lama kemudian, Steve memasukkan kantong kristal aquamarine miliknya sendiri, yang jumlahnya mencapai sekitar 2.000 di antaranya. Warna panjang, tipis, dan lebih terang, tapi sangat gem, dan banyak yang dihentikan. Yang paling menarik adalah banyak spesimen matriks aquamarine, microcline, smoky kuarsa, dan muskovit. Spesimen matriks dari Antero sangat jarang terjadi selama bertahun-tahun, karena sebagian besar kristal telah ditemukan terlepas dari dinding samping. Beberapa di antaranya tampak sangat mirip dengan potongan matriks Pakistan, meski dalam skala yang lebih kecil daripada yang dari Asia. Bagaimanapun, mereka sangat mengesankan untuk dilihat. Steve mengundang istri saya dan saya untuk melihat ini secara keseluruhan sebelum menjual dan menyebarkannya. Saya berharap saya memiliki kamera yang lebih baik saat itu. Steve mengajukan klaim di sana (Claire Mary Ellen no. 1 yang sekarang terkenal) dan terus bekerja selama beberapa tahun ke depan. Satu saku (yang saya duga mungkin ada di singkapan batu di atas tempat saya mengumpulkan beberapa kuarsa beras hitam) yang ditemukannya ternyata memiliki beberapa topeng terbaik yang pernah dikumpulkan di Antero. Ini adalah sherry untuk warna orangish. Topaz cukup langka di gunung. Setahun kemudian, dia mencapai pemogokan terbesarnya sejauh ini, sebuah saku tubular besar berisi potongan matriks utama dari aquamarine yang diakhiri dengan baik dengan kuarsa dan kuarsa berasap. Mogok ini dia sebut Dianes Pocket. Saya akan melampirkan beberapa gambar pemogokan ini segera setelah saya mendapat kesempatan. Sejauh ini, ini adalah potongan aquamarine matriks terbaik yang pernah ditemukan di Antero, dan merupakan beberapa hal terbaik yang pernah ada dari wilayah Amerika. Potongan-potongan itu harus dirakit kembali, karena beberapa kristal telah rusak secara alami di saku. Ini adalah tipikal potongan matriks besar dari semua jenis bahan permata. Saya akan mencoba memberikan update dan gambar material terkini saat mereka terungkap. Dan omong-omong, buku ini sekarang tidak dicetak dan jika Anda dapat menemukannya sama sekali, seringkali akan memerintahkan harga yang cukup curam pada saat ini (saya pernah mendengar ada orang di eBay yang diiklankan 175). Mark Jacobson telah didekati untuk melakukan penulisan ulang tentang hal itu, dan hes mempertimbangkannya, jadi mungkin semuanya tidak hilang. Artikel pendek baru oleh Mark Jacobson. Muncul di buletin Colorado Mineral Society (CMS) pada bulan Maret 2014 (digunakan atas izin penulis) - Sebuah ikhtisar historis tentang sejarah Mt. Penambangan Antero menggali, termasuk yang terbaru: Mt. Antero, Chaffee Co Colorado Lokalitas: Mineral, Sejarah, amp Geologi oleh Mark I. Jacobson (penulis Antero Aquamarines 1993) Aquamarines dari Mt. Antero pertama kali diperkenalkan ke komunitas mineralogi oleh Nelson Nelson Daniel Wanemaker melalui sebuah surat dari Roselle T. Cross kepada George F. Kunz pada tahun 1885, walaupun J. Alden Smith, Colo, Geologist Negara Bagian telah menunjukkan aquamarines dari Mt. Antero pada tahun 1882. Penemuan aquamarine segera diikuti oleh pengakuan phenakite, bertrandite, fluorite, dan topaz dari Mt. Antero dan Mt. Daerah putih Selama tahun-tahun awal, dari tahun 1885 sampai 1893, Wanemaker menjual spesimen ke semua ahli mineral dan kolektor terkemuka di Amerika Serikat. Mineral ini ditemukan pada pegmatites miarolitik, vena hidrotermal dan greisens yang terkait dengan bagian atas Mt. Antero granit, terutama dalam varian leucocratic dari Peraluminous Mt. Granit Antero. Setelah Wanemaker pindah ke usaha lain, beberapa penambang lainnya mencoba tangan mereka di Mt. Antero dengan hanya James D. Endicott dari Canon City mendokumentasikan kesuksesannya. Ed Over dari tahun 1928 sampai 1949, terutama yang berkaitan dengan Arthur Montgomery, menyumbangkan banyak spesimen untuk memimpin museum dan kolektor pribadi. Dengan kenaikan harga berilium dan subsidinya oleh pemerintah Federal A.S. pada tahun 1952, John King of Salida, Colorado dan Grady Cardwell of Texas keduanya melihat kesempatan di Mt. Antero untuk pertambangan beryl dan memproduksi batu permata aquamarine sebagai produk sampingan. Hal ini menyebabkan jalan tanah pertama naik Mt. Antero dan Mt. Putih pada tahun 1956 dan pembukaan kembali pada tahun 1960 dari adikuasa molibdenit California. Pada tahun 1962, semua entitas bisnis di Mt. Antero bangkrut dan klaimnya telah gagal. Pertambangan Mt. Antero granit untuk diseminasi beryl telah menjadi kegagalan ekonomi. Pada bulan Mei 1969, Grady Cardwell membentuk sebuah perusahaan baru, Beryllium Corp Amerika Utara (NABC), yang merekrut seluruh tombol selatan Mt. Antero. NABC memusatkan perhatian pada usaha menambang bijih berilium bukan batu permata. NABC tidak peduli dan juga tidak secara serius mengganggu penggalian tangan untuk spesimen mineral oleh orang lain. Dengan jalan yang terbuka untuk para kolektor, banyak sekali penemuan kantong permata dibuat di Mt. Antero dan Mt. Putih oleh banyak kolektor dari tahun 1970 sampai 1990an. Kolektor seperti Chuck Barnes, Eldon Bright, Bill Chirnside, Bob Doris Drisgill, Jim Grika, Pet McCrery, John Melby, Rosy Horace ODonnell, Curtis Abbott, Cliff Nicholson, Andrew Taylor, George Fisher, dan George Robertson membuat penemuan penting, hanya Beberapa dari mereka dari kenop selatan. Situasi berubah secara radikal pada tahun 2001 ketika keluarga Cardwell memutuskan untuk fokus pada batu permata aquamarine tambang. Dengan demikian, di bawah pengawasan aktif generasi keempat Craig Cardwell, pengumpulan mineral di kenop selatan Mt. Antero dibatasi. Pada tahun 2008 klaim ini masih sah secara hukum. Ini memaksa generasi muda kolektor untuk memindahkan kegiatan pengumpulan mereka ke daerah-daerah yang belum pernah dieksplorasi sejak 1956 saat jalan pertama mendaki gunung dibuka. Steve Brancato setelah tahun 2001 menemukan spesimen aquamarine matriks terbaik yang pernah ada, begitu pula kuarsa topaz dan berasap. Jeff Self dan rekan menemukan sejumlah besar kuarsa berasap dan mineral terkait. Bryan Lees menyewakan klaim Cardwell yang menghasilkan penemuan kristal helvite terbaik tahun 2005 yang diketahui dari wilayah tersebut. Kegiatan pencarian 2000-2007 semakin intensif dan mengejutkan lebih sukses daripada sebelumnya, membuktikan bahwa wilayah tersebut jauh dari mandul. Kegiatan ini belum tanpa biaya dan perselisihan yang melibatkan pemegang klaim, kolektor kasual, aktivis lingkungan dan pegawai pemerintah AS. Peluncuran acara Weather Channels Prospectors di bagian pertama tahun 2013, yang difilmkan selama musim panas 2012, merupakan kesuksesan besar bagi perusahaan media, High Noon Entertainment. Para peserta untuk pertunjukan berpura-pura berpura-pura sangat menikmati publisitas, Yang selama pembuatan film di musim panas 2013 membawa mereka kesulitan baru dari regulator lingkungan negara bagian dan federal. Bagi para pengumpul mineral, acaranya menciptakan perhatian, ketidakpastian dan konflik yang tidak diinginkan dengan pemburu harta karun. Sebuah kegilaan yang mengklaim mineral adalah hasilnya, menyelimuti daerah tersebut dengan klaim tentang validitas yang tidak diketahui, tidak pasti, dan keliru. Ed. Catatan: Mark juga memiliki versi teknis yang tersedia bagi mereka yang tertarik dengan aspek teknis geologi. Aku akan mencoba untuk menghubungkannya di sini segera. Untuk Peta Mt. Antero areaTeaching Bahasa Inggris di Turki Komentar berikut berasal dari guru bahasa Inggris yang telah mengajar, atau saat ini mengajar bahasa Inggris di Turki. Turki adalah negara yang sangat bagus untuk bekerja sama dengan orang-orangnya yang ramah. Ini telah mendapat banyak tempat bersejarah untuk dikunjungi dan pantai yang indah. Kehidupan di kalkun tidak terlalu mahal dan mencari pekerjaan untuk guru asing dengan bahasa apa pun cukup mudah dalam kursus bahasa manapun selama Anda pandai dalam hal bahasa. Orang-orang Turki suka membantu dan merawat tamu mereka. Masakan ini berubah menurut wilayah tapi biasanya pedas dan jika Anda tidak suka Anda bisa menemukan restoran cepat saji di mana saja. Dan mahasiswa Turki biasanya sangat tertarik untuk belajar bahasa asing. Duygu, 5 Januari 2007 Turki adalah tempat yang tepat untuk tinggal, tapi hati-hati, satu-satunya cara untuk mendapatkan ijin kerja secara legal ada di negara Anda melalui konsulat. Sebagian besar sekolah bahasa memberitahu Anda untuk datang dengan visa turis dan mereka akan menyelesaikannya begitu Anda berada di sini. Mayoritas guru EFL di Istanbul harus meninggalkan setiap tiga bulan untuk memperbarui visa turis mereka, dan tentu saja, menjadi ilegal tidak membantu jika Anda memiliki masalah dengan sekolah bahasa Anda. Anonim, 18 Februari 2007 Saya telah berada di Turki selama sepuluh tahun. Orang-orangnya baik-baik saja tapi saya merasa sangat sulit untuk mengajar bahasa Inggris di sini dan saya kira alasan utamanya adalah permusuhan tradisional terhadap apa pun yang terjadi pada tahun 8216. Meskipun saya seorang muslim mereka masih curiga dan bahkan memanggil saya 8216gaur8217 yang merupakan kata ofensif untuk non-muslim. Anda harus mempertimbangkan perbedaan linguistik juga. Hal-hal berubah menjadi lebih baik tapi akan memakan waktu lama. Anonim, 5 Maret 2007 I8217m maaf, tapi aku tidak bisa berhenti menertawakan murid-murid Turki yang memanggil orang asing 8220gavur8221. Kata ini telah menjadi umum di antara orang-orang di Turki karena beberapa alasan yang aneh. Itu tidak selalu tentang agama dan tidak selalu menyinggung perasaan. Terkadang orang-orang dari desa memanggil orang asing juga 8220gavur8221. Tapi, mereka tidak bermaksud menyinggung perasaan siapa pun. Misalnya orang-orang Turki memanggil orang-orang dengan kulit gelap 8220Arab8221, tapi tidak semua orang Arab berkulit gelap Turki memiliki kata-kata aneh untuk mengungkapkan sesuatu, tidak. Jika Anda berencana mengajar di Turki, Anda perlu dipersiapkan untuk hal-hal seperti itu. Turki membutuhkan Anda untuk menyerah dan pergi. Namun, Turki adalah negara yang indah, dengan banyak kesempatan untuk mengajar bahasa Inggris. Turki adalah negara yang tidak memiliki bahasa kedua (sayangnya). Dengan demikian belajar bahasa kedua (Inggris, Jerman, Prancis dll) sangat penting bagi peserta didik. Jika Anda tertarik untuk mengikuti kursus di Turki, Anda dapat mengunjungi blog ini dan mendapatkan gambaran umum tentang bagaimana rasanya: eslbasediarieshilalhastaoglu Hilal, 18 Maret 2007 Saya minta maaf tapi saya benar-benar tidak setuju dengan fakta bahwa ada permusuhan pada permusuhan Untuk apa pun di Turki. Terlebih lagi, orang-orang sadar bahwa mereka tidak akan bisa berkarier tanpa bahasa Inggris dan oleh karena itu mereka menghormati orang-orang yang mengajarkan bahasa itu kepada mereka. Saya memiliki bahasa Inggris asli dan mengajar di sekolah bahasa dan semua siswa saya sangat menghormati saya meskipun mereka menganggap saya orang Amerika. Itirtunay, 22 Maret 2007 saya tidak dapat mengatakan pengalaman mengajar yang terbaik di Turki sejauh ini. Anak-anak sekolah swasta yang saya ajarkan tidak peduli. Mereka sangat tidak sopan. Tapi kemudian, saya tidak dapat mengatakan bahwa ini terjadi pada siswa lain di sekolah lain. Anonim, 11 April 2007 Tolong, jangan datang ke negara ini untuk tujuan mengajar bahasa Inggris jika Anda tidak berdedikasi, berpendidikan tinggi dan berkualitas karena siswa Turki sudah muak dengan banyak orang asing yang tidak kompeten yang menyebut diri mereka guru tapi hanya bekerja demi uang dan melakukan Tidak peduli dengan siswa. Tolong hormati usaha, waktu dan uang yang dibelanjakan siswa di sekolah bahasa yang kebanyakan cenderung menipu siswa dengan mempekerjakan guru yang tidak mampu tersebut. Anonim, 8 Juli 2007 Bahasa Inggris adalah prasyarat untuk pekerjaan dan karir yang baik di Turki. Orang-orang Turki menyukai tamu dan sangat ramah kepada orang asing, tidak bermusuhan. Mereka tahu nilai belajar bahasa lain. Satu-satunya masalah yang mungkin Anda miliki di Turki adalah gaya belajar para siswa. Mereka tentu memiliki gaya belajar yang berbeda, jadi alih-alih menuduh mereka bermusuhan, mintalah rekan Anda memberi beberapa petunjuk tentang para siswa. Saya yakin mereka akan membantu Anda dan Anda akan memiliki pengalaman yang luar biasa. Anonim, 29 Januari 2008 saya tidak bisa berbicara untuk seluruh Turki, tapi mengajar di Istanbul bisa membuat frustrasi, tapi juga bermanfaat. Siswa dewasa sangat termotivasi untuk belajar bahasa Inggris, dan hormat juga. Namun, perbedaan dalam gaya belajar membiasakan diri. Kebanyakan orang dewasa belajar bahasa Inggris melakukannya untuk tujuan bisnis dan karena mereka adalah pebisnis, mereka seringkali harus melewatkan kelas atau sesi pribadi. Hal ini membuat sulit jika Anda hanya dibayar untuk pelajaran yang Anda ajarkan. Juga, dalam beberapa kasus, ini bisa membuat frustasi dan terkadang menyebalkan untuk menjadi siswa laki-laki pengajar perempuan. Orang-orang Turki umumnya ramah dan menyenangkan, namun pria memandang wanita asing sebagai sasaran yang mudah dan mudah. Tidak masalah jika Anda sudah menikah, mereka sudah menikah, atau ada di antara keduanya. Dan ini tidak hanya dengan para siswa. Saya memiliki pengalaman mewawancarai kepala sekolah bahasa Inggris di Turki yang sepertinya berjalan dengan baik, tapi yang berakhir bukan dalam tawaran pekerjaan, tapi rentetan pesan teks genit. Awalnya saya diberitahu bahwa mereka akan mempekerjakan guru paruh waktu. Hal ini diperkuat dalam wawancara dan saya ditawari pekerjaan. Namun, saya percaya tidak hanya mereka tidak memiliki posisi paruh waktu, tapi juga tidak memiliki posisi penuh. Hal pertama yang mereka minta sebelum wawancara adalah foto yang saya sarankan mungkin lebih penting untuk melihat kredensial saya, namun mereka berkeras untuk foto. Saya lulus tes itu, tapi ketika saya menolak untuk nongkrong pada Jumat malam dengan bosnya, dia membatalkan tawaran pekerjaannya (walaupun dengan sifat baik). Anika, 8 Mei 2008 Turki adalah tempat yang menarik, dengan budaya yang menarik dan menarik. Biaya hidup rendah, dan orang-orangnya ramah. Laki-laki Turki, meski genit, sangat ramah, dan selalu bersedia mengulurkan tangan, selama Anda menyimpan akalmu tentang Anda. Menemukan barang berbiaya rendah tidak pernah menjadi masalah, dan sedikit barter selalu dianjurkan. Bat kelopak mata Anda, dan harganya akan turun sangat banyak Pengajaran, adalah pengalaman yang menarik, dan saya akan menyarankan orang untuk banyak meneliti tentang budaya dan negara, seperti yang saya lakukan sebelum pindah. Meskipun beberapa siswa sangat tidak peduli dengan pendidikan dan tidak peduli, bagi mereka yang mau belajar, ini adalah pengalaman yang menyenangkan dan menakjubkan. Pemandangannya luar biasa, begitu juga dengan masakannya. Saya pasti akan merekomendasikan Turki. Ini adalah pengalaman nyata. Jennifer, 16 Agustus 2008 Mayoritas sekolah bahasa Inggris kecil di Istanbul dioperasikan sebagai bisnis dan sangat tidak peduli dengan murid mereka dan tingkat pendidikan yang mereka berikan kepada mereka. Mereka sering menempatkan siswa dari tingkat yang sangat berbeda di kelas yang sama sehingga mereka dapat menambahkan siswa lain dan menghasilkan sedikit lebih banyak uang. Mereka biasanya mendorong siswa melalui level 64-80 jam ketika mereka membutuhkan lebih banyak waktu daripada itu, dan kemudian sering membiarkan mereka melanjutkan ke tingkat berikutnya meskipun mereka belum siap untuk itu. Hal ini bisa membuat pengajaran cukup membuat frustrasi, belum lagi frustrasi yang harus dirasakan siswa. Dan sebagian besar sekolah juga tidak peduli dengan guru mereka, meninggalkan mereka dengan tingkat turnover guru yang tinggi dan semakin menurunkan kualitas pendidikan. Bekerja untuk sekolah-sekolah ini, mengetahui betapa buruknya mereka, mengetahui betapa hebatnya mereka, mengetahui berapa banyak uang yang dibayarkan siswa mereka, dan tidak memiliki kontrol atas situasi ini karena mereka hanya melihat dapat membuat orang merasa cukup rendah. Sedangkan untuk para siswa, kebanyakan dari mereka cukup menawan, hormat dan sopan, namun mereka cerdas dan dapat dengan cepat menantang Anda jika mereka melihat adanya kekurangan. Yang paling sulit adalah orang-orang yang perusahaannya mengirim mereka ke kursus, hanya karena itu bukan pilihan mereka, oleh karena itu mereka sering tidak termotivasi (biasanya di mana pun kurasa). Sedangkan untuk visa kerja, lupakan saja, kecuali Anda memiliki gelar sarjana di bidang pendidikan, dan bahkan saat itu, semoga sukses. Mungkin Anda harus melakukan pembatas perbatasan. Bagi mereka yang tidak memiliki pendidikan sarjana di bidang pendidikan, saya sangat merekomendasikan setidaknya kursus TEFL 120 jam di kelas. Meskipun saya tidak bisa mengatakan ini akan membawa Anda mendekati seorang guru yang berkualitas, setidaknya Anda akan memiliki sedikit wawasan dan pelatihan guru kursus kilat. Dan siswa-siswamu pantas setidaknya yang banyak Anonim, 6 September 2008 saya adalah seorang guru bahasa Inggris. Mengenai salah satu komentar di atas tentang perlunya bahasa kedua di Turki, perbedaan antara bahasa 8220second8221 dan 8220 bahasa asing8221 harus dijelaskan. Bahasa kedua adalah bahasa yang digunakan di negara-negara pasca-kolonial atau kolonial seperti India, Australia, Selandia Baru, dll. Ada lebih banyak lagi jika kita ingin menambahkan orang-orang yang pernah tinggal di bawah pengaruh negara lain seperti Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan dan Uzbekistan, dll. Semua negara ini memiliki bahasa sendiri atau dulu. Namun, setelah mereka diserang oleh negara lain, mereka harus menyesuaikan bahasa yang digunakan oleh negara lain. Oleh karena itu, aneh untuk mengatakan bahwa Turki harus memiliki bahasa kedua karena Turki tidak pernah berada di bawah kendali negara lain. Sebaliknya, Turki memiliki bahasa asing seperti bahasa Inggris, Prancis, Jerman, Rusia, dll. Mereka mungkin tidak diajarkan secara efektif namun tidak mungkin menuntut bahasa kedua untuk Turki. Jadi dengan ini, harus saya sampaikan mohon perhatikan perbedaan antara bahasa kedua dan asing. Omar, 16 Januari 2009 Istanbul adalah kota yang sangat mahal dan kebanyakan sekolah tidak menawarkan tunjangan perumahan. Misalnya, sewa minimum adalah 700 Liras tapi sekolah menawarkan 150 uang sewa. Sebagian besar sekolah membayar tepat waktu. Jika Anda adalah seorang guru yang bekerja secara tidak sah dan jika Anda berhasil melakukannya, saya akan melaporkan Anda kepada pihak berwenang sendiri karena Turki bukanlah tempat Ding Dong untuk bekerja dan menghasilkan uang cepat dan guru hukum yang memenuhi syarat hanya menerima peraturan yang berlaku. Ini semakin ketat dengan peraturan baru dan Anda pasti memerlukan Sertifikat TESLTESOL untuk mendapatkan pekerjaan mengajar di sini. Bayar rata-rata 1500 dolar. Anonim, 15 Maret 2009 Hidup dan mengajar bahasa Inggris di Turki adalah pengalaman yang fantastis. Masalah satu-satunya guru berkualitas, berdedikasi dan antusias akan datang ke sini adalah birokrasi gila yang pergi dengan mendapatkan visa kerja. Saya cukup beruntung untuk bekerja di sekolah yang melakukan sebagian besar untuk saya. Meskipun demikian, sangat menyakitkan di bagian belakang untuk memiliki semua legalitas yang diselesaikan. Jika Anda cukup beruntung untuk meminta polisi datang mencari guru ilegal, kemungkinan besar mereka akan menerima suap dari pemilik sekolah. Namun, jika Anda tertangkap dalam tindakan (mengajar) Anda akan didenda. Jika Anda memiliki tempat tinggal, mereka tidak bisa mengusir Anda dari negara tersebut karena bekerja secara ilegal, mereka akan baik-baik saja. Anonim, 9 Mei 2009 Saya pernah menjadi guru selama sekitar enam tahun di sekolah yang berbeda dan menemukan hal yang paling penting adalah sikap dan manajemen Anda. Jika Anda tidak menyukai pekerjaan Anda, Anda tidak akan berhasil dalam pekerjaan sebaik yang dapat Anda lakukan pada tahun 8211 pada dasarnya menikmati bekerja adalah faktor besar. Sedangkan untuk para siswa, sekali lagi itu semua tentang sekolah. Siswa yang tidak dewasa, tidak profesional, dan tidak tertarik tertarik ke sekolah dengan pendekatan yang sama terhadap bisnis dan pendidikan. Tempat yang menagih sedikit lebih banyak daripada yang lain juga tidak berarti kualitas yang lebih baik. Ini adalah reputasi sekolah dan keseluruhan udara yang penting seperti yang saya tekankan sejauh ini. Jika Anda berpikiran terbuka, sabar, berbakat, berhati-hati dan positif seharusnya tidak ada yang bisa Anda lakukan) Semoga ini bisa membantu. ESL Mel, 11 Juli 2009 Saya telah tinggal di Turki selama hampir 2 tahun. Saya tidak datang ke sini untuk mengajar bahasa Inggris, tapi jatuh ke sana karena saya tidak punya banyak hal lain untuk ditawarkan. Saya sangat mencintai negara ini dan sebagian besar orang yang saya temui. Saya juga menikahi seorang Turki dan berencana untuk menjalani hidup saya di sini sehingga saya tidak terlihat hanya sebagai turis atau orang asing, meskipun kesan pertama itu akan mengikutiku ke mana-mana. Wanita yang datang ke Turki sendirian saja harus sangat berhati-hati. Hal ini berlaku untuk wanita yang bepergian sendiri, namun stereotip wanita barat adalah bahwa dia kemungkinan besar mudah, rentan, suka minum dan berpesta, dan dia sama sekali tidak menghormati pernikahan dan jenis kelamin seperti yang dilakukan orang Turki. Bahkan jika itu benar bagi Anda, itu lebih baik tidak terlihat seperti itu. Hati-hati dengan reputasi Anda tidak pernah menggoda rekan kerja atau pria yang tidak Anda kenal dengan baik, gosip sangat mematikan bagi karir dan kebahagiaan Anda. Senyum atau tawa konyol tidak terlihat ramah, tapi menggoda dan mengundang pria. Mereka tidak akan menghormati wanita genit terlepas dari status pernikahannya. Hang out dengan dan melakukan perjalanan dengan wanita lain sebanyak mungkin, itu norma di sini. Cobalah untuk menyesuaikan diri dan orang akan menghormati Anda. Bagaimana Anda berpakaian sangat penting, celana pendek tidak sesuai di manapun kecuali Anda sedang berlibur di tempat wisata atau duduk di rumah, dan menjaga pembelahan Anda demi Tuhan Pada dasarnya tidak memberi alasan kepada seseorang untuk mempercayai stereotip tersebut. Menyentuh pria selain jabat tangan tidak perlu, kalaupun Anda berteman, tapi Anda bisa memeluk dan mencium pipi kekasih Anda sesering yang Anda suka. Saya tidak ingin membuat Anda takut, sama sekali tidak, tapi tolong penelitian budaya di sini sebelum Anda berkunjung. Ini akan membuat hidup jadi lebih mudah. Secara umum, jangan mengambil kata-kata untuk apa pun. Bekerja di bawah kontrak dan membela diri sendiri, jika keadaan sulit, kembalilah ke rumah. Jangan biarkan rekening bank Anda lebih rendah daripada tiket pulang. Mrs Ugur, 31 Agustus 2009 Halo saya telah mengajar di Turki selama 2 tahun di salah satu sekolah swasta. Saya harus mengakui bahwa hal terpenting yang harus Anda cari saat mencari pekerjaan di sini adalah reputasi sekolah, nomor 1 dan nomor 2 adalah sikap manajemen. Saya memiliki pengalaman yang baik dan para siswa sangat manis dan sangat tertarik untuk belajar bahasa Inggris selama Anda tahu bagaimana mengelola sebuah kelas. Good luck to all of you Anonymous, 11 September 2009 I look at this advice page and I shake my head 8211 it is just not complete enough for anyone to get an idea of what is going on. You should understand this about Turkey 8211 Turks work to live for the most part. They don8217t live to work. They would rather be somewhere else than work if they had a choice. A generalization with exceptions you will find out when you come. That means that some work priorities you might find in other northern countries are ignored 8211 competence is important, yes, but since Turks have no real world perspective on what that means you get a wide variety of abilities and knowledge by businessmenemployees, etc. Some grossly incompetent teachersadministrators can be found 8211 promoted by seniority, aggressiveness, and for some, how long they have been around. A lot of them don8217t know much, but think they do. Pride ignorance Paininflexibilityunhappiness for a lot of people. That means seek out someone that thinks like you do, or you will have some of the above. Incompetent mudurs are widespread in Turkish schools for many reasons (some from above): because they are interested in money (business managers) and want to build an empire (sometimes in their own minds and to their egos). Egos are catered to in Turkey 8211 beware. Also, education is needed in Turkey, but it is a low priority for them even if they don8217t admit it. This is a cause for some of the problems. Also, they are conformist 8211 they go with what their group does or believes in 8211 like other AsianMid east countries. They are more individualist and logical than some Asians though 8211 that is why some Turks are breaking out and becoming rich. Also, if you speak good Turkish as an English teacher, then you will have many more students or privates than if you speak English alone, and not only because of ease of communication. Because if your teacher speaks Turkish then it is easy to convince yourself as a Turk your English teacher is part of your group, like you. Turks like being in groups, love relationships. So you might make some nice friends of Turks who are more Western orientated if you make an effort to blend in 8211 just don8217t expect to be a 8220blood8221. You will be a taiza (aunt) or inishte (uncle) by marriage so to speak. Get it And don8217t fool yourself, the pragmatic I8217m for myself thing might be triggered in your Turk friend if he is tempted by making a buck off of you and getting himself out of his poverty jam. That is the downsidedark part of some people here 8211 if they think you are weak or vulnerable, be prepared for some sabotage(if they are jealous) or betrayal. Don8217t take it personally, this is a recent habit from bad conditions in Turkey over the last thirty years. Survival of the fittest Once you know the game 8211 you know to weed out the jerks. Don8217t hesitate to take people to court too, make a lawyer a friend and get advice on when to act or not. Turks may discourage you, but a letter from a lawyer straightens Turks out. As does someone with influence respect in Turkish society. Cultivate contacts. Don8217t threaten, do Turks don8217t respect a bs8217er. They are experienced at the power game, so you had better learn too. In the worst cases,you can hire an independent investigator from a European company to gather information on people for your use to protect yourself. Expensive, but a powerful help. With that information, you have some strength going forward and can enjoy your new friends and time in Turkey. Anonymous, 15 January 2010 I just left my job as an English teacher in Turkey because I could not handle the gossipers. If you get a job here as a foreigner please do not trust anyone at the school because they can use what you say against yourself later. They are usually jealous of foreigners and they do not respect foreign cultures, they will just like you when you say that turkey is nice and the food is good and things like that. Praise the Turkish culture always. The students may be more respectful than in western countries. The main problem is the management and jealous people. Do not trust anyone, do not talk about your private life and try to have a life away from other teachers. Turks like grouping and they change their minds according to their groups ideas. Be careful Anonymous, 21 February 2010 How right you are They are friendly until you dare to disagree, and the food is fantastic until you dare to disagree. Teacher, teacher, how is the Turkey (Do you like Turkey) There is only one answer8230 Having said that, I am married to a Turk and the family are great but I am not allowed to complain. Anonymous, 21 May 2010 I read all the posts. For the most part, all are correct. I lived and taught in Turkey. Married a Turk8230moved back to the States8230had a baby and he left me. Yes8230 he came for a visa but I got a beautiful baby girl. For the teaching part, if you don8217t know your grammar, study study study. Know it before you teach it Plan your lessons and know your info. Your students will become your friends and that can be great for them to learn English in a conversational setting. I can8217t wait to get back to Turkey and enjoy my life there. I loved it and would recommend Turkey (Istanbul) to anyone who wants the best cultural experience. Istanbul is truly the hidden gem Farah, 20 August 2010 By far, the best advice was written from anonymous on 150110. My best friend is Turkish, I am American, and I can tell you all of what heshe said is 100 true. Best advice column Anonymous, 20 August 2010 I came here with stars in my eyes and thinking that Turkey would be a utopia of sorts. No racism, people are friendly, people love each other, etc etc. How wrong I was. There is little cultural sensitivity here 8211 they do not care about other cultures but you must never EVER disrespect theirs. They never show any respect to other countries and apparently, nobody in the world likes Turkey. And for the poster who wrote about the gossiping and talking about foreigners, I will add to that and say: I concur. Yes, I do. I HATE HATE HATE the gossiping. If you want a professional environment, please forget it. They prefer relationships to real professionalism. Anonymous, 22 August 2010 I read all the above posts. What valuable and different experiences people have. I8217m from Australia. I speak, read and write Turkish fluently. I was wondering about looking for private tutoring in Istanbul since my husband was born there. (I was born here and have lived here all my life). I finished University here and am teaching ESL to Adult migrants. I8217m wondering if anyone can tell me what the best option would be. I8217m also thinking of moving to a smaller city-be it Antalya, Sakarya, Marmaris etc. What do you suggest Experienced comments appreciated. Terima kasih sebelumnya. Anonymous, 25 January 2011 I was considering all the above comments. I am a little disturbed actually by experiences, mainly negative of people with Turkey. However, I would like to point out that these things tend to happen in all cultures, especially male-dominated ones, and depends on the area as well. But, if people start prepared, remain independent and know what they are aiming for, there should be less bad experiences when workingliving in Turkey. I plan to live there some day too, maybe not forever, but I would like to understand the feelings that other international students have when traveling and staying abroad. Thanks for everyone8217s viewpoints, it was eye-opening. Anonymous, 3 March 2011 I8217ve been here in Izmir for 4 months now. With 10 years experience teaching to foreigners (mostly one-on-one), I come here with enough knowledge and experience to teach. There are extremely few native speakers giving private classes here so I think I8217m one of the only. However, I receive few phone calls even though I have the cheapest rates and wonder how the rest of the year will go (can I make it). For the most part, the adults who call me are serious about learning. But there doesn8217t seem to be much of a need for private ESL teachers here. In no way is this city cheap. I thought Turkey, being a poor country, would be equivalent to other poor countries. NO Food is expensive (except veggies) as are other products. Cheryl, 15 March 2011 It is interesting how we all find different things in Turkey. We all come with our own perspective, with our own conditioning and expectations. This is normal. One of the things that attracted me to coming to Turkey was the fact that I knew it would stretch my mind beyond belief. The values here are different. The Turks highest value is people, not money or possessions. In Europe we are losing our value of people, we are building walls around ourselves literally and living on our own. We work too long and play by going to the shops. I love Turkey, I love Turks that is not to say don8217t keep your wits about you. I think one of the main differences between Turkish people and English is that in Turkish culture it seems OK to ask for what you want. English tend not to ask for what they want, but expect it without asking. Also English find it hard to say no, which is why so many of us get into a financial tangle with Turks. Finding work here as a teacher is not easy. Getting a work permit is not easy, it is applied for by your employer, which means that you have no control over any of the paper work or progress whatsoever. I understand the majority of teachers here teach with work permits. In Turkey rules are rules, and as long as you don8217t admit you are breaking the rules, it8217s fine. If only it were just a case of applying for job and getting it Life would be good. Having said that, Turkey is a wonderful country, it forces you to know who you are and what you value. It will change you forever. It has a lot to offer if you keep your centre and keep your focus. Anonymous, 9 April 2011 I8217ve traveled a lot in my life, lived for long periods in several different countries all with very different cultures and languages, met good people, met bad people, been lied to, been taken care of8230 you get the idea. I8217m open minded and adaptable. One year in Turkey (Ankara) and I8217ve become a cynical, closed minded bastard. The lies Lying is a way of life here. Every beautiful and wonderful thing about Turkey (and there are many) is canceled out by the the deception that seems to line absolutely everything. From business relations like with a boss or landlord, to relations with the police and government officials, to personal and family relationships8230 everything is not as it seems in Turkey. The jealousy, greed, the gossip, the stealing8230 I admire people who overcome adversity so in that sense I admire all Turks. However, I will not be living here any longer than I can help it. Anonymous, 1 May 2011 I am South African and it seems to be a lot more difficult to get into the country on a tourist visa and then leave after 3 months and return. If there are any South Africans that have taught in Turkey please send me some advice. Thanks Sim, 5 July 2011 Turkey is great place, depending on where you live. No one tells you the truth. SOME Turkish people are nice, SOME are hospitable but more harass you. They do not understand the concept of personal space, nor do they grasp the concept of manners or what it is to be rude. Starring is their favorite No matter what you wear or how much skin you show or even if you stand in complete silence they will stare at you like you are a piece of fresh meat In every city too, not just the small ones. They are extremely rude and are pushy. Some of country is nice, other parts are polluted and crowded, cities filled with factories on top of factories on top of factories. No one tries to speak with foreigners because they do not care. Jenn, 21 July 2011 I don8217t want to complain about Turkey or the education system so I won8217t. I have to agree with much of what the other contributors have reported. The best place to be is Istanbul. Avoid any other region or city. The best of everything is there. I8217m presently in the Gaziantep region and it was a HUGE mistake. As soon as I can get another job in Istanbul I will pay the price to ship my household back there. A few words of advice 8211 if you are a certified teacher do not teach in language schools where cheating teachers is a perfected art. Work for private high schools teaching kids where the benefits and salary are way better and you are guaranteed to be paid. Get your work visa in the Turkish consulate in your home country BEFORE you leave and have your contract in English Good luck, behave sensibly to keep out of trouble and you should enjoy your stay in Turkey. Dharma, 17 August 2011 Turks lie, almost invariably. It is a way of life with them. They are submissive and will profess their love for you and their desire to be friends. Do not be fooled. Business ethics do not exist8217 everyone cheats and steals, even dentists will want to be paid in cash to evade tax, and I have heard many cases of teachers being offered jobs8217 only to find there was no pay packet at the end of the month. Turkish men are a dead loss. They are ruined from birth8217 and respond like mewling infants if you do something they don8217t like. I have a theory that goes like this. Turkish tribesmen invaded Europe and kidnapped all the clever and beautiful women. So, Turkish men are barbaric 8211 many have a very limited awareness of personal hygiene, and are rude in a way which would get their faces rearranged in most countries. The women are elegant, graceful and intelligent 8211 and I am no feminist by any means. I married a lovely Turkish woman and I am incredibly happy 8211 but our wedding cake was stolen by the waiters at the restaurant where we had our wedding dinner and someone in the wife8217s family made off with the wedding gold. Need I say more oscarweird, 22 August 2011 I was warned by a few teachers beforehand not to divulge things about your personal life when at work. The reason is because of the gossipers and some will use what you say against you later on. I think it8217s good advice not to say a lot where ever you are (no matter what country). I do work with a lot of gossipy Turkish English teachers and it8217s ridiculous how much they gossip. Schools differ and so all won8217t be the same. I8217ve worked at a really professional school and also at one that wasn8217t. I think Turkey is a mixed bag. I think most people like foreigners, but of course there are some who will tell you to your face that they don8217t like Americans. I8217ve experienced this and they knew nothing about me except for the fact that I8217m American. Some coworkers are jealous and unfriendly because of foreigners teaching at their school and so that can be difficult to deal with. But it8217s a challenge to overcome. Turkey is a nice place, but not perfect as there is no perfect place. Need I say more Anonymous, 14 October 2011 Wow I8217ve been here 3 months. I was lured here by a couple of crooks who run a school in Mersin. I spent 1300 on airfare and freight, bringing with me all my ESL materials that I8217ve made over the years. Before I came I spoke, Skyped and emailed with the male owner8211but not with his wife. It turns out that she8217s the man of the family and everything we had agreed upon prior to my arrival was cancelled by the he-woman. No guaranteed 1 year contract. No residency permit, no work permit, no apartment near to work. They gave me a run down apartment 40 minutes from work with no heat, no AC, plenty of noisy construction above my floor and below. I was a nervous wreck after 75 days and had to simply demand either they give me my working permit or I leave. They had kept all my documents: passport, teaching certificate, letter confirming previous years as a teacher. You name it, I provided it and they provided me with nothing. I think I8217ll have my lawyer friend send them a letter demanding the 1300 I wasted in flight and freight charges. I don8217t know about all the lying within the teaching environment, but I was lied to plenty to convince me to come. Don8217t leave your present country until you receive a signed and notarized job contract from your future employer Here8217s why: Last October I entered into a week-long discussion with a Turkish boutique ESL language school in Mersin. As you may know, boutique refers to a high-priced language school with ultra-modern building, swank furniture, high-tech equipment to dazzle potential students out of large amounts of money. As soon as I arrived the salesman, who was more like a slick time-share closersqueezed 2000 USD out of a married couple. 2000 USD for 50 classes 40 per hour She, a Turkish English teacher herself wanted her husband to become fluent in English. He was assigned to me as my private student. I earned 10 of the gross. The relationship I built with the couple in the end was to be my salvation from the clutches of this mob-like organization. The general manager discussed everything that could possibly need discussing prior to my 3 flights spanning 4,000 miles8211except for one item: who really runs the school. The agreement: 25 hours teaching per week Rent-free apartment near school Salary 1,200 USD a month Residency permit and health insurance promptly issued upon arrival Work permit would take between 1 and 2 months. Exactly NONE of the agreement was complied with because the General Manager is owned and operated by his wife, the accountant. I was paid 2000 Turkish Lira which was far lower in value then the USD promised. Also, I was hit with every imaginable bill for the run-down freezing apartment 30 minutes by cattle8211car bus from school. The building was built about 30 years ago but had never been completed. There was constant construction on the floors above and below. Finally the showdown came on day 75. I had asked, begged and pleaded for the residency card, health plan and WORK PERMIT to no avail. I had no choice but to DEMAND these items because day 90 was approaching at which point I would have to leave Turkey. The mob-boss wife of the general manager refused to provide me with anything8211not even a SIGNED CONTRACT. I was lucky to get my passport, diploma and teacher license back. Anonymous, 22 January 2012 I am a US citizen and a certified teacher with many years of experience. I have taught in the US, Kuwait, and China. I have taught a variety of subjects, but mostly English to special education students and in China I taught English as an Additional Language. All of my experience has been in US public schools and overseas in private, international schools where I am paid very well and respected for my experience and work ethic. I will not teach in Turkey. I lived in Turkey for one year, in Selcuk. I took the year off from teaching to try opening a business, and after one month of living in Turkey, as well as the six previous visits to Turkey, I decided that not only would I never open a business there, I would never consider teaching there. The only way I survived my year in Turkey is because I lived near a beach (although not a good one) and I had a few friends and I rented a beautiful house for almost nothing and could spend my year relaxing, traveling, and discovering all the horrible things about my Kurdish, and now ex, boyfriend. Discovering enough to know I did not want to be part of his culture, his life, or life in Turkey, at least not long term. But that is another story. While living in Selcuk, I did cover work at an international school in Izmir, including one two month cover assignment at the end of the year. This was a very positive experience as this is a truly international school. There are students and teachers from all over the world working in this small school and they welcomed me, helped me and I made friends with some teachers there in the very short time I worked there. The foreign teachers at this school all have proper work permits and the school helps them, not only with work permits but many aspects of life in Turkey. I have nothing negative to say about this experience. However, I have visited one very expensive private school in Istanbul while on a school trip with students from China. The students there were rich, Turkish, and unruly. They loved nothing more than the sound of their own voice. There were some extremely talented students at the school that put on a fantastic show for us, but in the classrooms, I observed the behavior I have read about several times on this site 8211 unruly, disrespectful students who are not at all serious about learning and the teachers at the school 8211 some of them 8211 said this was true of many of the students and made their jobs very difficult. I have no desire to teach in this environment and while I know I would enjoy living in Istanbul, I would not if I had to deal with these kinds of students every day. The school in Izmir is also not an option for me as that position was in primary, and I do not enjoy primary, not for any amount of money. But while that school also has its problems, the teachers there are happy for the most part and many have been there for many years. I also think Izmir, while expensive, would be a great place to live had I given it a chance. Selcuk No way. Selcuk is full of uneducated people and outside the tourist areas it is a bit dirty. People are pretty nice, but my whole experience there is clouded by how my ex boyfriend completely changed after I moved there for him, and he became, just overnight, disrespectful and verbally abusive and ignored me unless he could benefit from me in some way. He works in tourism. Any TurkishKurdish man who works in tourism in Turkey 8211 beware and be on guard. Fortunately, I did not give my ex any money, which is what he was really after. But I am getting off the subject. It appears with the new visa laws that teaching at language schools (which I would never do in Turkey because of their bad reputations) illegally will become significantly more difficult. If you are considering teaching in Turkey, try to visit the school you are interested in and spend an entire day there. Ask to shadow a teacher and see what the work day and students are really like and if you think you8217d be happy there. I was very interested in teaching at the private school in Istanbul until I visited it with my students from China. They tried to recruit me while I was visiting I was not interested at all after that trip. Toosahn 6 February 2012 There is an awful lot of incorrect information on this website. It would be a great pity if anyone decides not to work in Turkey because of comments such as those above. There are thousands of foreign English teachers working in Turkey and enjoying themselves here. The experiences related above are a tiny proportion of the teachers who are here and working happily. There are bad employers, as there are bad teachers, but most teachers manage not to get ripped off. Teachers can do a lot to protect themselves from bad employers. The main thing is to find out as much as possible about a potential employer by searching the web, by making contact with current or past teachers of the school, or by visiting the school (if possible). The schools that do not pay properly are well known in a given area, so it should not be too difficult to get the low-down on what goes on. If a school doesn8217t pay you, or treats you in an unacceptable way, then be ready to move on, there are always lots of other opportunities around. Trying to get everything agreed in writing before arriving provides little protection, as a school will easily be able to find a way out if they want to. Demanding written guarantees over and above the job offer letter may sour relations with a decent employer and signing them will not worry a dishonest employer one little bit. To correct some of the misinformation above, teachers coming to work in Turkey should know: 1. It is not possible to arrive with a work permit, because the work permit has to be applied for by the employer after the teacher has started work. 2. It is possible to arrive with a work visa, but it is not necessary, and in fact it is currently virtually unheard of. Almost all teachers arrive on a tourist visa, get a residence permit and the work permit comes much later on, it takes weeks if not months to come through. Arriving with a work visa cannot speed up the process. In order to work happily and successfully in Turkey teachers need good qualifications, flexibility and determination. That is probably true for teaching everywhere. Determination is the most important. The teacher needs to be focused on what they want to get out of the experience- fun and travel, professional development, money or whatever. Many things will happen to blow you off course and stop you achieving your goals: annoying managers, silly students, other teachers who will wind you up and make the situation feel worse than it really is. I8217m supposed to be starting work teaching English with a university in Turkey for 3 months, starting at the beginning of July. I8217ve had emails telling me the terms of my contract, but as yet no contract through the post, despite requests. They8217ve told me I can work on a tourist visa, though I know that is not the case. Experienced Teacher, what you say is interesting. I8217m concerned about getting my work visa before I go. Horror stories abound of police turning up to schools and fining teachers, before deporting them, never to be allowed to return. Obviously in light of this I am reluctant to enter the country on a tourist visa- but you seem to suggest that it is fine to do so. I8217m worried it is too late now to get my Work visa sorted (they say it takes 8 weeks), but don8217t want to risk deportation. Any advice, anyone I8217m stressed Dan, 23 May 2012 I worked in Turkey for almost three years from 1997-1999, so my perspective might be a bit out-dated. I worked in a language school in Hatay province, near the Syrian border. When I went to Turkey, I already had 12 years of experience in America, the Middle East and Central Asia. I had the CELTA and an MA, but was looking for a new experience. Remember, these are just my opinions and are colored by my background and expectations.. School managersowners 8211 a mixed bag, but are generally not very good. They are interested in making money, not in providing a quality experience for the students. They are often not very honest and will try to cheat both students and teachers. Having said that, if you have a bit of experience and know how to stand your ground, things generally (not always) work out. On a personal level, after having just tried to screw me out of some pay or screw around with one of my classes, the managerowner would always invite me around for the holidays and be a wonderful host. Turkish teachers 8211 generally friendly and helpful, but remember that this is a conservative society. It8217s like small-town America 8211 people gossip, so be careful what you say. I found my fellow teachers to be either warmly welcoming or politely stand-offish. I am still friends with one of the teachers and one of the owners. Snipingpower-plays on the part of Turkish teachers is more likely in a university setting than in language schools.. Students 8211 I taught young adults and adults. With five or six exceptions, I have never had students I liked more. They were enthusiastic, fun, warm, welcoming, charming, respectful. I was completely bowled over by them. I loved most my classes. Outside of class, there was hardly a week without an invitation or two to a picnic, wedding, snackmeal in a restaurant, drink at the local tea garden, etc. And students did not get marks, so these were genuine invitations, not bribes. The community 8211 Again, I was bowled over by the hospitality. People politely ignored me or were genuinely friendly. I enjoyed going to several restaurants and shops because the ownersemployees always wanted to have some chai and chat. In fact, some times I wished people were less friendly so I could get things done. And nobody was ever setting me up to ask for a favor. The food, the history, the scenery 8211 great. Speaking Turkish 8211 knowing a bit of Turkish goes a long way. And think about this 8211 what would you think of a foreign language teacher who came to Britain or America and who couldn8217t have a basic conversation after a year or two In conclusion 8211 not a place to get rich (unless you have some good private lessons) and not for the faint of heart. But if you either want to get your foot in the door of the EFL world or want to earn a bit a money while having a wonderful experience, you could do a lot worse than Turkey. Just remember that you are going to a new culture 8211 if you aren8217t ready to adapt, stay home. Be polite, discrete and respectful 8211 but be respectfully firm and uncompromising when it really matters. And as with any job in a foreign country, have enough for a flight home if you decide you have made a mistake. By the way 8211 you have to be a real teacher and give good lessons. If you are just an adventurer pretending to be a teacher, you won8217t get much love or respect. (I8217m not questioning the professionalism of any previous posters 8211 just warning people considering teaching overseas). John, 25 May 2012 I have been teaching in Istanbul for almost two years. Overall, it has been a very enjoyable and rewarding experience. I am lucky that my employer has been diligent about getting and updating my residence and work permits. There are some teachers at the school who don8217t have the security of a work permit because they don8217t have a BAMA. They get the residence permit, but live in a state of limbo, afraid that the government inspectors could show up at any time. Try to find an employer who will guarantee a work and residence permit. It will save you a lot of stress. Good employers will cover the cost of the residence and work permits. You shouldn8217t have to pay for them out of pocket. In general, Turkish students are OK. They tend to speak Turkish while you try to teach, and will have conversations while other students are speaking. It8217s a very difficult habit to break. You8217ll have three types of students the ones that need English for their jobs, the ones that need English for school, and the ones that want English for the hell of it. It can be very frustrating when you have a classroom filled with people learning English for different reasons. I have also noticed that in Turkey, there is a tacit understanding that, 8220I paid a lot of money for the course, so I derserve the certificate, even if I can8217t string a sentence together.8221 In Turkey, it8217s all about the certificate. I have taught Business English courses and had employers pissed off when I failed students. They told me that they needed 50 of their employees to be at an intermediate level. They didn8217t care if their employees could actually understand English at an intermediate level, they just wanted to show that their employees had the Intermediate Certificate. Finally, only come to Istanbul to teach if you are familiar with English Grammar. You may have spoken English your entire life, but can you explain the difference between Past Perfect and Simple Past Turkish students are taught black and white rules for almost every subject, and they expect the same for their English lessons. They want rules and explanations. 8220What is the best answer8221 Istanbul is an amazing city. You should come and teach in Istanbul, but do a lot of prep dot your i8217s and cross your t8217s and enjoy Anonymous, 7 June 2012 I8217ve just read all of these posts after walking from yet another job, feeling 8216it must be me82308217 I8217m heartened to see it8217s not, and I8217m not inexperienced having not only taught in the UK, but also Istanbul and Izmir and more recently, a small but rapidly developing town on the Agean coast. I also have a DELTA but I really feel like I8217ve reached the end of the line trying to teach here. I don8217t need to repeat a lot of what has been said regarding language schools, private schools, managers, students, contracts, gossiping, jealousy, permits etc. What has really got me this time is the fact I8217d been through all of this and thought I knew what to expect and how to handle it, but having been issued with 2 work permits in the past 2 years, I have been refused this time on the grounds that the initial of my middle name is not printed on my CELTA or DELTA certificate and does not match my degree certificate. The ministry apparently has had a shake up and they are being very strict. The school are now asking for a reissue of these. If you are thinking of teaching in Turkey, please make sure all these small details are attended to. It was no use me explaining it hadn8217t mattered in the past, that my middle name is not important. Another head banging experience. Middle names ARE important here. And watch out too if your name contains a 8216w8217. They will type it as a 8216v8217 and then tell you you have spelled it wrong. The whole visa thing can get quite draining after a while, and against the backdrop of all of the above, it8217s no surprise that sometimes it feels like it just isn8217t worth it. As for me, I8217m not sure what to do next. I love Turkey and have spent 7 years on and off trying to make it work. Despite the difficulties, I can8217t go back now. It has taught me many things, not least never to be complacent about who you are or where you are from. I have met many people and stayed close to a few. I8217ve never appreciated the value of family relationships as I do now. Anyway, as life is full of surprises here, I8217m sure something will turn up. Dont be put off, come and have the biggest challenge of your life :-) A Non E Mouse, 12 Sept 2012 I8217ve been living in Turkey for a year now and after deciding I didn8217t want to work in tourism or be a Thompson Rep like a lot of other English people do, I decided that I wanted to start teaching English. It wasn8217t something that I decided lightly, but more suggested by my private Turkish teacher. I was gathering information about the CELTA, TEFL, ESL courses that I could do online or in a classroom. But the parents were so persistent and desperately wanted a native English speaker to teach their daughters, that I started straight away. I was completely thrown in at the deep end. I have continued to teach just two girls of primary school age, and they have to be the most willing and able 8 year old girls I have ever met. I have found that there is a complete lack of Native English teachers at their private school, as when I look at my students English work from school, the amount of mistakes is absolutely atrocious They pay a LOT of money to be at their private school, and the least they deserve is correct teaching I have had to correct all of these mistakes, and it is so difficult as they are taught something completely wrong at school, then I have to correct it each time. These are not major mistakes, which makes it even more baffling, as these teachers have apparently graduated from an English teaching University. Obviously I8217m not in Istanbul, or a large city, but in a smaller more traditional town, Fethiye. I am fluent in Turkish, as I have had private Turkish lessons for 6 months. It8217s helps me greatly, teaching girls of a primary school age. I would suggest to anyone thinking of teaching or even working in Turkey8230you need to learn Turkish This is why foreigners have problems in Turkey, people will not take you seriously if you do not understand the language. This is obviously a very different point of view, but I hope it will be helpful to someone. Hannah, 24 Oct 2012 Hey everyone, I just want to say I am a teacher in Istanbul and my first advice to anyone considering working here is8230 Do not under any circumstances tell them intimate details about your life. And secondly, do not buy into their friendliness, it8217s a charade. The fact that you are a foreigner attracts them. But their friendships are shallow. And they WILL gossip about you. So be very careful with the information you provide. Lee, 19 Feb 2013 I have been reading the posts and I thought I would share my experience over the last year and a half that I have been living here in Istanbul. First of all, I am middle aged and female. I came here from the US for the purpose of teaching English and adding a new chapter to my life. I have many years of teaching experience, although I came here with zero experience teaching in a foreign country or in a classroom setting in a foreign country. I work part-time in a language school and part-time with private students. I earn 3000-4000 liramonth. My rent in Istanbul is 750 liramonth. My bills are another 200 liramonth. In addition to my experience with Turkish hospitality, I have found my students (ages 16-60) to be respectful, ambitious and fun. The language school ALWAYS pays me on time. My private students ALWAYS pay me on time. I am not aware of the language schools motives, but my motives are really simple: help my students to learn English. 99 of my students are kind, hardworking and sincere. Over the last three years I have traveled all over this country, which is beautiful and diverse and steeped in history. The food and music are fantastic. The culture is fascinating. My negative experiences, all of which have been related to my cultural ignoranceinsensitivity, are heavily outweighed by my everyday positive experiences. The people are kind and helpful as I struggle with the national language 8211 when I go out to eat with my students they ask me to order, giggle at my Turkish and help me with local expressions, pronunciation and my incessant word order errors. Perhaps if I were younger, or had a different attitude, I would have more negative things to say. Since my education as it is related to being 8220the foreigner8221 is only beginning, I can only imagine that I will have more positive things to say next year at this time. Also, there is another language that is spoken in this country: Kurdish. A number of my students are bi-lingual in this regard. Many of those people are well on their way to being tri-lingual Anonymous, 19 Feb 2013 Hi. I am a new English teacher and things have worked out for me so far. it took me two weeks to do the the work so far. I am in a nice city but it is something to get used to. People don8217t all speak English and things aren8217t always very clear. I am glad to be here, so far, but a lot of things happen in a certain way, and you often have to control yourself and not get frustrated fast, because your the one who is new and who simply should be patient. Willi, 3 Jan 2014 Don8217t come here and expect professionalism Turkish people prefer to be your buddy than to do their jobs and they spend so much time behind your back gossiping and spreading lies about you. Anonimo, 13 July 2014 Turkey has changed a lot over the last couple of years. I teach at a private university and things are very strange. Teachers are afraid and everyone is very mindful of what they are saying because there is always someone listening and reporting to the admin. Even my neighbors have grown more suspicious of the yabancis in the neighborhood and some don8217t even say hi anymore. I would not recommend coming here unless you have a guaranteed job in a private, secular school with really good benefits. I can8217t wait to leave the country. Anonim, 1 Aug 2014 I have been teaching in Turkey for 2.5 years and it is the worst country to try to work in. I have taught in 15 other countries and they are all better than Turkey. Here are my reasons: 1. Because you are a foreigner, you will get taken advantage of financially. You will not get paid what you think you will even if it is in the contract. The school can make up any bogus reasons to subtract money from you. If you rent an apartment, this is the biggest complaint from all foreigners. You will live in a slum basically. Living expenses are high. Food, transportation, entertainment do not equal what your pay in TL will be. You will end up shopping at the cheapest generic store for food BIM and still struggle to get by. 2. Get used to dealing with sleazy people who ask for money. 3. The frustration of the language barrier. 4. Noise and air pollution. 5. Unstable political situation. 6. Over, over, over crowded with cigarette smoke blowing in your face. 7. Get used to the sweat and armpit smell. 8. You will never feel welcome or accepted. 9. Do you like chaotic environments Okay come over. I have been here for the sole reason that I have dug myself into a financial hole because I was underpaid and I tried to switch jobs, but each other has its own problems. I wish that I could help people by telling them it is not worth it to come. You can come as a tourist, but please don8217t think that you will have a great life here. I recommend Japan. Even Saudi Arabia is better and you get more money. Qatar is also good. Please believe me. I am not sugar coating it for you. This is the truth. Anyone who will counter this opinion, either doesn8217t understand the culture or is unaware at what is really going on. If you don8217t believe me just look at the Blacklist either on Google or Facebook. You will always have to chase your salary or sometimes it will never get paid. Can you imagine working hard and teaching for a month and not getting paid It is a regular occurrence here. Everything is fake. I have survived by milking the system and playing hardball. Living here has changed me. I was sweet and friendly with a big smile and now8230 Rose, 11 Oct 2014 More Turkey resources 5 comments HEED MY ADVICE: DO NOT COME TO TURKEY TO TEACH ENGLISH. I have worked at two different 8220dershaneler8221 (language schools) and the students and administration are AWFUL. The students have NO DESIRE to speak English. They want only to be talked at, entertained, or practice easy things like discussing hobbies and animals. It8217s absurd and I feel as if I8217m wasting my time. However, since my school promised to get me a work permit (which is no longer happening), I8217m simply waiting to get my residence permit before I can leave. I will NEVER return to this country to teach English ever again. The administration of these schools care only about money education is far from their mind. Turkish teachers teach their English lessons in8230 wait for it8230 TURKISH. So students understand grammar forms, but have no way of actually speaking the language. They then come to my classes, which is four academic hours, and all of my practice and production activities are based on speaking. They hate this because it8217s hard and not what they8217re used to, so they just want to play games and speak Turkish. It8217s a disgusting system that screws over foreigners like me and the students themselves by setting them up for failure. Many students get a certificate saying they know English, but probably only 10 can actually use it (these are the rare, dedicated students who genuinely want to learn). My advice If you have a TEFL certificate or an MA in TESOL, stay far away from these language schools and take a shot at a university in a big city where students actually care. Otherwise, it8217s a complete and total waste of time. The learning background of Turks means it is extremely challenging to teach them English. They have been conditioned to take every opportunity into showing the teacher they are a strong student in the hope that the teacher will reward them with a high grade or report. This often has no connection with genuinely learning a subject. It is about trying to present an image of competence to the teacher by any means necessary to get the required grade. Basically, haggling, negotiating, cheating, deceiving and lying their way through education. The utter madness of this is apparent in English classes. Students8217 only concern is moving up to the next level. The fact that they can8217t speak a bloody word of English has no bearing on anything. As long as they have a certificate indicating a high level of English they are happy. In class students will ask long-winded, irrelevant questions which you patiently listen to. When they finally shut up, you try to answer their question only to be immediately interrupted by them saying 8220I know8221 You also find grown adults believing that the point of a controlled practice exercise is to complete all of it as quickly as possible. This means you have grown men racing to say 8220I8217ve finished.8221 They believe this will somehow impress their teacher and they will therefore progress towards a meaningless certificate. In most countries it is only 8 year-olds who race to say to the teacher 8220I8217ve finished8221 Most students refuse to participate in communicative tasks which might actually genuinely help them to develop their language skills and due to their ridiculous egos refuse to accept any error correction and constantly question their teachers8217 methods and approaches due to a distrust of anything not Turkish. Turkey of course being the centre of the universe and producing the best of everything ever. Don8217t even think of trying any inductive approaches or imaging they have an ounce of learner autonomy or even a single study skill. All they can do is memorise the answers to a meaningless test and then be proud of the result they achieved through outright cheating. Also their intonation means they sound like indecisive, faltering daleks and for some reason they punctuate every utterance with the phrase 8220for example8221 despite never actually giving any examples. They refuse to listen to any instructions, they prefer shouting out random answer which have no connection to the question asked. They refuse to listen to each other so it is quite common to have to answer the same question consecutively from three different students. They will think nothing of cornering you at break time to ask you questions which any normal adult would simply google. It doesn8217t even occur to them that they have selfishly taken up your whole break with utter nonsense. They will happily be incredibly rude about other cultures and countries but God help you if you don8217t agree that Turkey is by far the best country in the universe. If you ask them to write about someone they admire you will have 20 identical texts on Ataturk and they all say 8220he is the father of modern Turkey8221 Along with Arabs and the Chinese they are the most infuriating and impossible EFL students on the planet. Thanks for sharing your experiences, I benefited from every word in it.Dubai Gem School Fees payable in three instalments - a higher payment required in the first term for most grades. 2014-2015 tuition fees include costs for books, medical, activity, and annual fee (sports, trips, library, computers, etc). Additional admission registration or re-registration fee AED 500 (annual but deducted from term 1 payment except for new students), deposit AED 1,750-3,500 (refundable), equipment fee AED 350-500 per optional subject for Years 9-13, bus transport AED 5,400-7,500 per year (AED 1,700-2,500 per term). 2011-2012 fee schedule not provided. 2010-2011 additional costs: deposit AED 1,750-3,250 for new enrolments depending on grade, registration fee (annual) AED 500, equipment charges AED 350-500 per subject depending on subject choices and grade. Bus transport fees AED 1,700-2,500 per term depending on location. Books, materials, activity, and annual fee included in tuition fee figures for 2010-2011 (not for 2009-2010 figures). 2009-2010 additional charges for books and materials, annual charges (sports, trips, library, laboratory, etc). Allow an extra AED 1,000-2,500 depending on grade. Equipment fee AED 250 per subject per year for grades 9-11, and AED 350 per subject per year for grades 12-13. Medical fee AED 150 per year. Activity fee AED 150 per term for KG1 and KG2, and AED 200 for Grades 1-13. Registration fee AED 500. Re-registration for existing students is AED 300. Deposit is half the first terms fees, refundable on departure if correct notice given and no outstanding fees. Bus transport (return only) AED 2000 per term from some Dubai locations, AED 2500 per term from Umm Suqeim, Jebel Ali, Mirdif and other Dubai locations, or Sharjah. Additional phone number is 971-4-3370913, which is (or was) also the number for Dubai Infants School Location: near the American Hospital, on or off Oud Metha Road, Oud Metha, Bur Dubai. Dubai Gem School heads 2010- Keith Sedgwick 2009-2010 - Angela Hollington 2008-2009 - Mr John Last, or John Michael Richard, John Richard Last -2008 - Roy Ritson 30 January 2015 Email address updated to dubaigem.genenqhotmail . Previously admissiondubaigemschool (probably invalid since domain is spam). Old website URL dubaigemschool has malware warning in Google Chrome (or is for the UAE Yellow Pages link to website). Shows spam when visited anyway. 25 May 2011 review Information updates (supplied by DGS) - previous domain URL dubaigemschool forwards to new URL at dubaigem.org. Other DGS related domains include dubaigemstaff.org (for admissions and other related documents), dubaigem (listed by some sources but is still showing spam). Fees updated for 2010-2011, teacher salaries approximately 3,000-7,000 dhs per month (assumed to be for 2010-2011). KHDA 2011 inspection rating Good (update for all Dubai schools pending). Not clear if DGS is part of Taaleem group of schools or not. The May 2010 KHDA report says quot In September 2009, Taleem (an educational company) was engaged by the owners of Dubai Gem Private School to manage and develop the school. quot But DGPS not found on Taaleem website, nor is any mention of Taalem found on the DGPS website. DGS offers UK National Curriculum with IGCSE, AS-levels, and A-levels. DGS information says quot Dubai Gem Private School follows the British National Curriculum. The students and staff are mainly from Asia and as such, the culture of the school is Asian. quot 04 August 2010 - school principal change New DGPS principal will be Keith Sedgwick (not Sedgewick), previously Academic Development Project Director and IT Manager at Taaleem, and before that was Headteacher at Rashid Primary School for Boys , Previous head, Angela Hollington moving to the Greenfield Community School (GCS) as their new head (press release 04 August 2010). KHDA information says head of school is Nina Malhotra Hopefully not the same as Neena Malhotra of the Indian Government who was accused of slavery in a New York court by a former maid, according to a report in the New York Post 02 July 2010. Email address updated, previously was dubaigemeim.ae or dubaigememirates.ae (might still be valid). Dubai Gem Private Nursery telephone number is 971-4-3453550. Fees information for 2010-2011 not supplied, but might be unchanged from 2009-2010. Website domain dubaigem seen in some sources appears to be incorrect, is showing spam when checked. September 2009 - Taaleem management Taaleem, a school operator in Dubai. took over the management and development of the Dubai Gem Private School (DGPS), but not the ownership as far as we know. Not clear if the Taleem management role covers the Dubai Gem Nursery also. New principal appointed (January 2009) - Angela Hollington, previously head at International School of Zug and Luzern in Switzerland, International School of Moshi Tanzania, International School of Geneva - Pregny-Rigot primary school. Previous DGPS was John Michael Richard Or Mr John Last according to KHDA school report April 2009 (inspection date November 2008) Vice Principal of Emaar International School in Singapore is Mr John Last - is the same Mr Last from DGPS 31 October 2008 review Principal (or Headteacher) is John Michael Richard, previously was Roy Ritson Not confirmed. 24 November 2007 review Also called Gem Private School, Dubai Gem Pvt School, Dubai Gem Private School, or quotThe Dubai Gem Private Schoolquot Despite the name, is not one of the GEMS Group schools (as far as we can tell - at least its not listed on the GEMS website). Additional fax number 971-4-3364524 (ref: KHDA school directory). DGS or DGPS started off as a nursery and creche, has since expanded to KG-Grade or Year 13. Nursery location is in Jumeirah (Dubai Gem Nursery), K-12 school campus is in Oud Metha. School was previously known as Dubai Nursery School and Cregraveche. Schools in the same area as Dubai Gem School
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