Predictions are always difficult to make, especially during times of heightened uncertainty. As ESL teachers contemplate the road ahead, we attempt to look at demand for ESL teachers abroad and what the future might look like.
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.
As online learning picks up pace, the demand for online teachers continues to grow. So will class sizes. This is where a dual monitor setup for teaching online can come in handy. Here’s our guide to using – and choosing – two monitors while teaching online.
Moviemakers and photographers have used green screens to create impressive camera tricks for ages. But with current technology, anyone can do the same, right at home. In this post, we’re going to show you how to use a green screen in an online classroom.
Whether teaching English abroad or online, non-native English teachers face the reality of being denied opportunities to teach due to a strong preference, or even a legal requirement, for ESL teachers to be native English speakers. In this post, we’re going to reveal online teaching jobs that non-native teachers can apply for and get booked lessons with ESL learners.
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