Teaching Abroad: Questions To Ask Your Employer

Teaching Abroad: Questions To Ask Your Employer

When interviewing for a teaching abroad position you will be given the opportunity to ask them questions. It is important to ask questions so you seem interested in the position as well as be able to get background on the school. Can I talk to a current teacher?...

How To Get A Passport And Work Visa

An essential step in preparing to make the journey abroad and begin teaching is to get a passport and a work visa. In order to travel and work in another country this two steps are essential. Most likely, the teaching program that you applied to will help you get a...

Tips For Teaching ESL

The number of people who want to learn english is continually growing. English is definitely not an easy language to master. While every teaching method is different and different classrooms will respond better to different things there are a couple tips that will...

Adjusting To A Different Culture

Stepping beyond the comfortable boundaries of your cultural routine to can be daunting. Every moment spent outside the door will involve steering through countless daily practices, little traditions, ticks and mannerisms you’ve never encountered. Your norms will be...

Teaching Abroad Part 2: How To Teach Abroad

While you do not necessarily need a teaching degree in order to teach abroad there are still a few things that are required in order to be able to teach english in another country. It is important to make sure that you get the proper training and certification before...

Teaching Abroad Part 1: Why Teach Abroad

Teaching abroad is a great way to immerse yourself into other cultures and travel as well have a lasting impact on the students you are teaching and give them access to opportunities they would have never had without your help. Many program do not require a teaching...