TEFL & ESL Blog
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.
You may have heard that Russia isn’t the most desirable country for ESL work. Pay is usually quite low, living costs are high (especially in
A dad describes his decision to bring his entire family to China, including the challenges they faced from family and why they were interested in the first place.
Want to encourage more interaction between students? Try changing up your seating arrangement – this post outlines the pros/cons of 4 different layouts.
Want to boost your salary or improve your teaching skills? Here’s how one teacher got his certification while teaching abroad in China.
3 tips from a current teacher in Beijing on how to keep teaching exciting – perfect for new teachers or those looking to add excitement back into the job.
The first step of any job is your resume – in this post Thomas explores what makes a good TEFL resume and what you can do to make yours stand out.
Dr. Daniel Portman has been involved in TEFL for over 20 years. After falling in love with TEFL, he went on to pursue master’s level work in applied linguistics.
How to earn a €2000 net salary as a self-employed teacher in Spain and pay less social security and tax in the first 2 years of working as an autónomo.
Brett shares her experience of being a foster mother, lawyer and online teacher and why she wouldn’t trade it for the world!
Explore which teaching program is the best in Japan – a breakdown of our top 5 including the job requirements and details.
Explore the requirements to teach English legally in Korea.
Teacher Jim Hill recounts his first time in China and how things have changed for English teachers over the past 40 years.
A great look at the pros & cons of teaching private lessons in Japan + tips on how to get started.