TEFL & ESL Blog
Regardless of whether you’ve moved your classes online temporarily or full time, having your own home office or classroom is a big advantage. Not only
Because of the island nation’s unique cultural attractions and relatively high pay rate for English teachers, Japan is an alluring destination for many foreign ESL
If you ask any ESL teacher who has worked in the field, they will probably tell you that a huge portion of their classroom time
35 ESL games to help improve your lessons – broken into 7 categories and with titles and links, this is a great go-to list for teachers looking to up their game
Writing is one of the four basic English proficiencies next to reading, speaking, and listening. Developing a well-honed ability to write fluidly, naturally, and confidently
You may be familiar with the term “icebreaker” in contexts outside of school – at a dinner party, on a date, or delivering a presentation
I have taught English in Southeast Asia for three and a half years (plus an ill-fated six-month-long adventure in 2011 that ended in abject failure).
Many new ESL teachers enter the job field straight from university or from unrelated professions. Whether you are taking an extended vacation or switching career
Do you dream of hustling on the side, starting your own business, or going beyond teaching? Many teachers do. Some are even brave enough to
15 incredible statistics that show just how popular online learning has become and who is benefiting the most.
Looking for online companies that will hire South Africans? Here are 6 options with their requirements.
Interested in teaching IELTS? Here’s an overview of the test + tips on how to structure your classes.
Learn the E2 visa process needed to work in Korea.
About to sign your teaching contract for China? Read this to see what red flags to ask about and when to abandon a job all together.
Want to know the average salaries for teachers in China? We look at the different types of schools and what they pay according to their city and location.
The visa process for teachers in China is complicated – this guide explains what you need, how to apply, and what your school should help you with.
6 tips on how to prepare for teaching in China from a former teacher – start preparing now!
Get more bookings and better feedback by using props – here are 9 props we love for VIPKID teachers.