TEFL & ESL Blog
Haley shares what it was like to teach at a private school in Japan, including commuting to classes, driving in Japan, and advice for those considering it.
Teaching English pronunciation is hard but can make a huge difference in how your students progress – here are 5 tips to keep in mind during your lessons.
Most online teachers struggle with engagement at some point in their career – here are 6 lesson ideas to get your students interacting again.
See how Anthony got started teaching for EF in Wuhan, China – a tier 2 city bigger than NYC – and what he thought of the experience.
Hagwons are private learning centers in Korea that cater to students looking to improve their English – here is what you can expect from working at one.
Eikaiwas are English conversation schools in Japan and offer a lot of advantages for new ESL teachers – they also vary in quality and aren’t for everyone.
Looking to leverage your teaching skills to land a second jobs or side hustles to make more money – here are 6 ways to start.
Wondering what to do after teaching? You’re not alone. In this interview, Brandon discusses how to structure and use your time abroad to your advantage if you don’t plan on teaching forever.
Quitting or changing jobs? Here’s why you need a release letter and how to get one.
Your email list is often your most valuable business asset – learn how Cara grows hers.
Former teacher, Kristine, shares some tips on how to prepare for transitioning from ESL to another field.
Nina ditched traditional textbooks in favor of lesson plans and goals that are as unique as her students.
Founder of English Outside the Box, Jennifer, tells us about landing her first online student and which tactics she uses.
Great interview with Kristine, a primary school teacher in China – see how she got started and why she loves it!
Thinking about moving online from the classroom? Kim did it and never looked back!
Thinking about quitting your teaching job in China? Here’s how it should go down.
ESL Authority now includes a site based on teaching online, English Online Hub – here’s what went down.
It’s never been easier to teach a course online – assuming you have an internet connection we’ve laid out 5 places to start teaching today.
Unsure if you can teach English online without a degree? Rest easy because it’s not only possible, it’s quite common. Here’s how to start.
A thorough breakdown of what to expect as an online teacher including jobs, pay, and requirements.