If you are planning to teach English abroad, you’ll need to first make sure you can satisfy the requirements to work legally in the country where you desire to work. In this post, we break down what you need to teach English in the most popular ESL markets.
China’s Ministry of Education (MOE) has announced a delay for 2020 spring semester due to the Covid-19 outbreak. We will be updating this article regularly as we learn more about developments.
China is the largest ESL market in the world.
We met up with Jan M, who is a certified teacher living with her family in Mexico and teaching in a private school there. Jan is an American citizen who made the move to Mexico with a higher purpose. Find out her amazing story.
If you are an online ESL teacher, you spend a considerable amount of time in front of screens that emit blue light. While the evidence is still out on the benefits of wearing blue light blocking glasses, many people profess their love for them and the improvements to their sleep as a result. Find out whether you need blue light blocking glasses.
Online ESL teachers are always looking at ways to improve their students’ online learning experience. ManyCam is a virtual webcam that takes full advantage of your computer and webcam to introduce a whole host of fun, interactive features your students will love. In this post, we open up our webcam to give you a glimpse of what you can do with ManyCam to make your online lessons more interactive.
One of the most important – and least considered – pieces of equipment for your online teaching work space is your chair. Teaching online for hours sitting in an uncomfortable chair can put a strain on your back – and affect your posture. In this post, we’ll look at some ergonomic chairs for online teachers.
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