How it began… I am really excited about writing this blog as when I was conducting my endless hours of research on TEFLing as a single mom all I read was negative views, what I didn’t find however was any views of people who had actually tried it. The stuff I read was all based […]
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.
18 July 2012 Whether you’re setting off to teach English abroad for a few weeks, a few months or time unknown, the prospect of packing can be incredibly daunting. While what to pack can vary greatly depending on where you’re heading and for what length of time, there are some essential items you simply can’t […]
5 July 2012 If you haven’t quite decided where you would like to make use of your official TEFL certificate, we might be able to influence your choice with findings of the Happy Planet Index which reveals the official ‘happiest’ countries in the world. A new report by the Happy Planet Index finds that Costa Rica and Vietnam are the ‘happiest’ countries in […]
Once you have secured a job teaching English in South Korea you will need to apply for an E2 Teaching Visa. The following will need to be sent to your TEFL employer in Korea: A copy of your degree along with a copy of your university transcripts. These are a list of the courses you completed at […]
14 June 2012 In the first few days or even weeks of teaching English abroad it can all feel very strange. You shouldn’t panic and hop on the first flight back home though, a little culture shock is very normal and in fact mandatory if you are visiting the unknown. Once you have settled into […]
3 April 2012 Whilst you are teaching English abroad, you will get to know many local people and see how people live in another country. The allure of big worldwide chains that remind you of home may be hard to resist but the overall EFL teaching experience will be all the richer for getting heavily […]
14 March 2012 Teaching English abroad is a fantastic opportunity, and one that many people are opting for as a career break. There is no age limit to teach English abroad or to take a TEFL course, which means it is something you can pursue at nearly any stage in your life. The prospect of trading in your 9-to-5 […]