We live in a globalized, interconnected world, yet it is still a world in which our identities are closely linked to our nationalities and cultures. Third Culture Kids are individuals how have grown up between cultures and whose identities are tangled up in multiple cultures. For them, the concept of “home” can be confusing. Unresolved grief, difficulties making friends and a lack of a sense of belonging are all things that Third Culture Kids can carry into adulthood. Many TCKs aren’t even aware of their unique identity and may never take steps to heal wounds they may have developed in childhood. This seminar offers insights into how teachers and schools can work with children at different stages to develop a sense of grounding and ownership in an identity that can often feel rootless and lonely. Drawing on personal experience and research, Magdalena will talk about the pros and cons of being a TCK and how teachers can better support and celebrate TCK identities.