Home » Ep 48 | A Third Culture Kid with Five Children: Living in the Middle East with Dr. Kate Green

Ep 48 | A Third Culture Kid with Five Children: Living in the Middle East with Dr. Kate Green

Ep 48 | A Third Culture Kid with Five Children: Living in the Middle East with Dr. Kate Green

Welcome to Season 4 of the She Hit Refresh podcast.  A podcast for women age 30 and up who want to break free from routine and start a life of travel. Specifically women who want to move abroad or travel the world long-term. I sit down with women who have made their refresh dreams come true and discuss how and why they moved abroad or hit the road to travel.

In this episode I speak to Kate Green, mother of 5,  who is currently a professor of psychology in the United Arab Emirates. Tune in to hear about her life in the Middle East and how she’s chosen to educate her kids as they’ve moved around the world. 
What we discuss
  • What life is like in the United Arab Emirates
  • Raising a family of 5 around the world
  • What exactly is unschooling and worldschooling?
  • Advice for parents who want to travel and move abroad with kids
  • Why having a safety net, even if you’re married, is so important
  • and more!

About Kate

As a life-long explorer and lover of learning, Kate Green has lived and worked around the world. She is currently back in the Middle East for a year as a professor of psychology and has moved her family to this region twice before this to help start new universities.

Kate has five children born in various places around the world who are now successful young adults and teens (two still living at home) who have all been worldschooled using an unschooling approach to learning. The older three now live in varying international locations and are now 4th generation Third Culture Kids. As a former Dean and professor of psychology and education, worldschooling has often led to interesting clashes with formal systems versus out-of-the-box learning!

Because of these, she now helps other parents who want to step out of limiting systems to find a new path in their family’s learning journey. The family is currently using a large white board to try and map out where they should move to next summer; getting a PhD was much easier than this. The ideas are numerous!

Connect with Kate on website Dr. Kate Green and blog The World is a Book

If you’re looking to move to Europe check out our guide on the 17 easiest countries to move to (based on viable visa options). You’ll find over 50 visas—and their requirements—including digital nomad visas, work visas, non-lucrative visas, student visas, investment visas and more so that you can move abroad! Make your dream of living in Europe long-term a reality! Grab your copy of I’m Outta Here! An American’s Ultimate Visa Guide to Living in Europe today! 

Listen, Review, Subscribe

If you enjoyed this episode we’d love if you could rate, review and subscribe to the She Hit Refresh podcast.

Share this post

Share on facebook
Share on pinterest
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin

Leave a Reply