Book Reviews, New Releases, TCK Resources

Global Nomads Guide – What the Experts Say

“This book has been written with TCK students and their parents in mind. However, it should also be required reading for senior school counselors, educators, transition-team members and all university personnel – admissions, counselors, academics, educators and carers. Filled with the perspectives of those actually making the university transition, namely TCK students, there are important… Read More Global Nomads Guide – What the Experts Say

New Releases, TCK Resources

A Rubric for Transition Among Cultures

To Assist and Inform Cross-culture Transition Progress Rachel E. Timmons, Ed.D Used to great success by organizations, missions, and students around the world and more recently applied to transitions caused by health issues, the Reacculturation Cross-culture Transition Rubric is now available as a published book. Includes worksheets, guidance notes, and a comprehensive list of additional… Read More A Rubric for Transition Among Cultures

New Releases, TCK Resources

The Global Nomads Guide: 2nd Edition Out Now!

The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition (2nd Ed.)Tina L. QuickForeword by Ellen MahoneyGuest Authors: Amanda Bates M.B.A., M.Ed., Lois Bushong M.S., Lauren Wells Starting college in a new country is exciting, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. The second edition of the ground-breaking The Global Nomad’s Guide to University Transition by transitions expert… Read More The Global Nomads Guide: 2nd Edition Out Now!

Expat Resources, New Releases, TCK Resources

Holding the Fort Abroad – Pre-order Now!

Beyond Surviving – living and parenting abroad with a partner who works away from home Rhoda Bangerter You moved away to be closer togetherBut now you’re further apart than ever Your partner’s job opportunity in another country seemed like an exciting idea, but lengthy work assignments mean you’re holding down the family fort – alone.… Read More Holding the Fort Abroad – Pre-order Now!

TCK Resources

Keeping Multicultural Kids Happy and Healthy

“How do we help our multicultural kids to stay happy, healthy and balanced in a fast-paced globalized world? The Dutch way of bringing up children is a good starting point. Dutch kids are among the happiest in the world, according to UNESCO.” Anisha Abraham, author of Raising Global Teens. Find out more on Multicultural Kids.