According to a survey conducted by Trend Monitor, a Korean statistic website, 42.7% of the college students have sought for a job abroad. If you are one of those people, especially if you are a Korean seeking for a job in the US, you may want to read this post on my own experience
OK – so you’ve spent 50K plus (actually – you spent 10K and borrowed 40K) to get a BA. You wrote a great resume and a heartfelt cover letter, you scrubbed those embarrassing photos from your social media feed and you set up a LinkedIn profile – adult style. firstname.lastname@example.org is no longer the e-mail
Study English at Internexus San Diego (sandiego.internexus.edu) What do you think about when you hear the word “technology”? Do you think about enormous databases, drones, or online banking? Or maybe smart TVs? Apps? Tablets? Although seemingly very different, these diverse methods and devices all fall under the category of technology. Let’s picture a classroom full
MƒA teachers from different schools, grade levels and experiences participate in a design challenge where they use miscellaneous items to create a visual representation of an outstanding teacher. (Photos courtesy of Math for America) When mathematician John Ewing started lobbying state governments to adopt a new model for keeping top teachers in the classroom, he
One of the most important class days is the first. The first day can excite students about the class, calm their fears, and set their expectations for the semester. The first day is an opportunity for the teacher to get to know and begin to evaluate students and to express expectations for the semester. Be
So many websites and bloggers extol the virtues of teaching overseas. Reach to Teach is one example. The writer of this blog post tries to convince you with six reasons to teach abroad. Teaching can be rewarding, but my experiences in China have been polarizing. When I first arrived, I taught at Jiangnan University, the
Deciding to teach English abroad has been the most rewarding experience of my life so far. My advice to you; If you’re thinking about doing it, DO IT. If you’re on this webpage, you already have one foot out the door. Here’s some FAQs that will help you take the next step: Q: What are
Standing noodle bars in train stations. Crowded urban centers with flashing neon lights and nightlife that lasts well until the next morning. High-tech vending machines that sell everything you can think of—and more. These were a few of the images I had of life in Japan before I moved there. Once I arrived, many of
Level: beginner+ Practises: almost anything This classic classroom game is guaranteed to wake up the doziest of classes. It can be used for anything from learning the alphabet to revising irregular verbs. There are many variations dependent only on the teacher’s imagination. The basic idea is that the teacher covers the whiteboard randomly with words or letters.
THE FOLLOWING 10 places are among the best in the world for finding work, making a living, and having a great time teaching English abroad.
THE FOLLOWING 10 places are among the best in the world for finding work, making a living, and having a great time teaching English abroad. 12. Vietnam Vietnam continues to open up, and the cost of living remains low, so it’s a natural choice for ESL teachers. Most of the jobs are to be found in