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Latest Taiwan Blogs

20 June 2022
General Blogs
by Jess Gosling @JessGosling2 To write this blog, I scrolled through the MANY messages between myself and my #WomenEdTW team (Taiwan), which officially began on 12th August 2021. These messages brought back wonderful memories; particularly of organis...
24 May 2022
10% Braver
by  Jaya Hiranandani   @mshiranandani Last week, I opened my Twitter after a few weeks (two weeks of Spring Break followed by a week of online learning at work can do that to you) and found that I was tagged in an important post by #WomenEd...
16 February 2022
10% Braver
By Jess Gosling @JessGosling2 I have written this blog for two reasons: the first is to introduce the vision for the WomenEd network in Taiwan, an amazing group I have been part of now since August 2021. The second is to hopefully give others the cou...

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Network Leaders

Jess Gosling
Jess GoslingNetwork Leader
Jess is a UK-trained educator, with a Masters in Early Years, who has taught internationally for most of her career. She advocates for children’s rights within the Early Years, respecting their agency and learning within a play-based environment. Jess supports international teachers worldwide through several Facebook groups, and she has also published a book to this end. She is passionate about supporting others in her field wherever she can and has frequently led training.
Jaya Asmi
Jaya AsmiNetwork Leader
Jaya is a qualified Taiwan-based international Primary school teacher with a masters in sociology and education. She is passionate about providing students a voice and choice in their own learning and a supporter of diversity and equity both in and outside the school setting. An action researcher who finds reflection at the heart of her teaching practice, Jaya is currently enjoying her recent role as an instructional coach. In her free time, she likes to journal, write, hike and learn something new.
Jessica Wang Simula
Jessica Wang SimulaNetwork Leader
Jessica trained as an art administrator, with Masters degrees in Art Administration and Art History from Australia and the UK respectively. She worked in an art museum in Shanghai and a non-profit arts organisation promoting cultural diversity in London, where she became interested in community work. She is now a full-time parent, and enjoys organising community events, supporting the arts and exploring Taiwan.

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