Thrive Membership- Begins Next Week

Did you know the Thrive 6 Week Intensive Membership will begin next week? We can’t wait to get started with the deadly members already ready to get started! Designed after consultation with first year remote teachers who shared their challenges and concerns- by two experienced remote educators- our Thrive Membership

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Understanding your stress signs as a remote teacher

Remote teaching can be life changing. Remote teaching can be challenging. New culture, new language, new ways of being. Different expectations or settings at the school. Little handover or planning provided. Lack of resources. New colleagues- different opinions. Students with diverse needs. Teaching in an outback community school can be

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Managing home sickness as a remote teacher

Outback teachers we hear you. You’ve just moved hours away from your home town… to an outback community. You swallowed up warm feeling of adventure that made your heart pump with excitement, the way your eyes lit up and soaked up all the new. You have been in your new

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First Nations Students- First Nations Faces

Imagine going through school and in all the text books, websites, worksheets and posters were faces and experiences that were different to yours. Imagine if the books you read in class, the videos you watched were of the mainstream experience only. This can be the experience of some of our

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5 Good Places to Find Remote Teaching Jobs 2022

Interested in teaching in an outback remote community school in 2022? Unsure where to begin with finding the perfect remote placement? Northern Territory, Western Australia, Queensland, South Australian or Torres Strait Island? Coastal or desert? Public, private, Catholic or Christian? We are so excited for you- future remote teacher! We

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Aboriginal student with his hand up

3 Benefits of Remote Teaching in Australia

Teaching in rural and remote outback Aboriginal communities in Australia can be personally and professionally rewarding. Let us share with you some of the advantages of teaching in outback Australia. Relationships Leaving your home town to teach in a remote outback First Nations community is BIG! You are leaving your

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Hi, we are Hakea Hustler and Carl Merrison

We help new remote teachers feel confident and successful  so that they can live the life of adventure. 

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