Advice & General Information

Starting out in TEFL can be a daunting experience, but it doesn’t have to be! We’ve compiled a range of teaching tips and resources recommended by our TEFL Org tutors so you can be confident going into your next English language lesson.

Teaching English in Taiwan

11 April 2012 How do you decide where you want to teach English abroad? TEFL teachers are in great demand all over the world and once you have completed your TEFL Org Course, and are ready to find a job teaching English abroad, you really are spoilt for choice. A destination you may not have considered for TEFL is…

Teaching English in the Czech Republic

11 April 2012 The Czech Republic is probably Eastern Europe’s most popular TEFL destination, and with your TEFL Org qualification you should find it relatively easy to obtain a job teaching English in the country. TEFL opportunities in the Czech Republic There are opportunities to teach English as a foreign language in both state and…

Teaching English in Nepal

11 April 2012 Finding a TEFL Job in Nepal can be difficult, but if you have a TEFL Org certificate this will help. The demand for TEFL teachers in Nepal is certainly on the rise as English has recently become the second language. Like many foreign countries, the desire to learn English mainly comes from the younger generation, hoping to succeed in…

Teaching English in Russia

3 April 2012 Why TEFL in Russia Russia is both a modern power with a historic past and is a fantastically interesting country to visit. It is the largest country in the world, stretching over 5,000 miles from a sea border with Alaska in the North Pacific to Poland in Eastern Europe, it is a massive place.…

TEFL Job in the UK

Teaching English in the UK

3 April 2012 Here at TEFL Org UK, we give you the opportunity to explore the world and teach English in locations from Costa Rica to South Korea and everywhere in between. Despite this, though, there’s also plenty opportunity to teach English here in Britain if you would prefer. There are thousands of people here in multicultural…

TEFL Myths Busted

Here are a few common TEFL myths, and the truth behind them. Myth 1: You need to speak another language to teach English abroad This is definitely not the case. In the classroom, you will be teaching English and this means you will only be speaking English. Many employers will actually prefer to hire TEFL teachers who…