English Teacher Salaries in Thailand

08-Aug-2017

Are you looking to teach abroad in tropical paradise? Then Thailand may be the perfect location for you. From the bustling metropolis Bangkok, to the sleepy northern city Chiang Mai, to island villages in the south, you’re bound to find a Thai destination you’ll love. Most new teachers in Thailand find a job that pays […]

Teaching in Namibia

02-Nov-2016

Teaching in Namibia A Week in the Life of a Volunteer By Narelle Greig WorldTeach volunteer with student in Namibia. Photo courtesy ofWorldteach. Oshikuku, a small town located 30 kilometers northwest of Oshakati, Namibia, is my new home for at least the next year. The population is approximately 1,500 with four schools and a hospital. […]

Fun Classroom Games that Every ESL Teacher can Use

15-Aug-2016

Posted on October 14, 2013 by Elizabeth Nygard Getting English learners to speak up in classes can be really tough. Learners can however be made to participate actively if the learning is fun. This is particularly true of young men and women in their teens taking ESL lessons, teachers have discovered. Learning is fun when […]

Where Can You Make the Most Money Teaching English Abroad?

10-Jul-2016

 Where Can You Make the Most Money Teaching English Abroad? Everybody is familiar with the saying “you don’t become a teacher for the money,” and while going to teach English abroad will almost certainly be one of the most enriching and rewarding experiences you will ever undertake, you probably don’t want to count on it […]

How to teach english overseas

10-Jul-2016

A great way to travel the world and fund your travels is to teach English overseas. If you want to spend a long time in a destination, teaching English is a popular option for overseas travelers looking to earn funds and reside outside of their home countries. English teaching offers individuals the chance to travel […]

Teaching English in Japan: Real stories from Tefl teachers

06-Jul-2016

Teaching English in Japan: Real stories from Tefl teachers Architect Mike Glichrist left UK to teach English in Japan. He shares his experience of mastering the chopstick and the bizzare practice of not waking students who fall asleep in class Mike Gilchrist was surprised by the lack of punishment exercises at his Japanese school Photograph: […]

7 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Teaching ESL

06-Jul-2016

ROBERT SCHRADER Four years ago today I was walking, half-dead, through Shanghai’s Pudong International airport, searching for a woman named “Apple,” who was supposed to be holding a sign with my name on it. My name, and that of a certain private English education conglomerate: I’d arrived in China to teach English abroad. My legal […]

Teaching English in Southeast Asia

06-Jul-2016

Welcome to Teaching English in Southeast Asia Are you a young professional who wants to see what the world has to offer before embarking on a career path in your home country? Have you worked for a while and started wondering what else is out there? Are you interested in making a move abroad, but […]

The Best Advice for Becoming an English Teacher Abroad

18-Jun-2016

Interested in becoming an ESL teacher? Interested in teaching English abroad as a career? If you have already graduated from university and you would like to become an English (ESL) teacher abroad then you may appreciate this advice more. This article is mainly for the person who has yet to decide his or her major in […]

5 Best Places for Teaching English in China

12-Jun-2016

Question about the best places in China for teaching English: Wade, I need your help. You and Andy are BY FAR the realest traveler writers out on the market. You don’t feed bullshit… Your opinion… What are the 5 best cities in China?? I am submitting my information to Angelina’s. Thanks mate!! This is a […]