Can I teach English abroad without a second language? I don’t speak a foreign language, so can I still teach English abroad? One common question asked by people wanting to teach English abroad is, “Do I need to speak the local language?” Read on to find out more.
Avoid TEFL job scams and what to look out for. Moving abroad to teach English has become a popular career path for people of all ages and backgrounds worldwide. There are many TEFL and TESOL jobs on offer, but how do you know which are for real? Some look too good to be true! Find out what scams are around and how to avoid them.
From unemployed to teaching English online. Read Isabel’s amazing TEFL story about her journey from unemployed to teaching English online.
Female Boss vs Male Boss, does it make a difference? There have been tons and tons of studies comparing the working abilities of males and females. Some will be more favourable to males, others towards females. There is no such thing as male domination in a teaching work environment. Therefore, in the teaching world, there is no gender discrimination. But there are still some differences due to gender and working cultures.
In 2022, what are the six best countries for teaching English abroad? Have they changed over the last few years? We all know that China is no longer one of the best countries for teaching English abroad. Things have changed a lot. Learn about the six best countries for teaching English abroad and where you can find jobs teaching English abroad in 2022.
A winning TEFL CV should pass the eight-second test. You don’t have long to impress the hiring manager when applying for F2F (face to face) or online EFL or ESL teaching roles. Studies show that Directors of Studies (DOS) spend between five and eight seconds on average looking at a prospective TEFL/TESOL candidate’s CV. That’s less than the time it takes for the water in your kettle to boil. Read this article and start writing a winning CV today.