Month: June 2020

How To Dress As An Esl Teacher In Vietnam
Michael Wasserstein

How to Dress as an ESL Teacher in Vietnam

Vietnam has become one of the most popular places to teach English. It’s also one of the fastest growing economies in the world. The good news for ESL teachers in Vietnam is that you can enjoy a decent income, lifestyle and casual work atmosphere. Let’s talk about how to dress as an ESL teacher in Vietnam.

How To Dress Esl Teacher Korea
Michael Wasserstein

How to Dress as an ESL Teacher in South Korea

South Korea is one of the most popular ESL job markets, and while Korean culture has long been one of tradition and conservatism, it has also in many ways become a trend setter in Asian pop culture. So what should you wear to when you go to work as

How To Dress Esl Teacher Japan
Michael Wasserstein

How to Dress as an ESL Teacher in Japan

When it comes to the workplace, Japan has relatively conservative approach to how one should dress. It is common to see men and women dressed formally. But does this apply to ESL teachers, too? Let’s talk about it.

How To Use A Green Screen For Online Teaching
Adil Vellani

How to Use a Green Screen in an Online Classroom

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.

How To Dress Esl Teacher Uae
Michael Wasserstein

How to Dress as an ESL Teacher in UAE

UAE is one of the most lucrative and competitive markets for ESL teaching opportunities in the Middle East. While the country is ultramodern and hosts a large expat population, many aspects of Emirati culture remain conservative, and that affects how ESL teachers should dress for work.

How To Dress As An Esl Teacher In Thailand
Michael Wasserstein

How to Dress as an ESL Teacher in Thailand

Thailand is world-famous for having a culture of tolerance. Despite this, there are aspects of Thai culture which are conservative. This affects how a foreign teacher in Thailand is expected to dress at work.

How To Dress Esl Teacher Saudi Arabia
Michael Wasserstein

How to Dress as an ESL Teacher in Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is a country with a very conservative culture, and while recent reforms have softened some of this strictness, it remains a society adherent to Islamic traditions. This includes how men and women are expected to dress in public. If you plan to teach in this lucrative ESL job market, here’s what you need to know about dressing up for work.

How To Dress Esl Teacher China
Michael Wasserstein

How to Dress as an ESL Teacher in China

How are ESL teachers expected to dress in China? In this post, we look at the typical expectations schools have for their teachers, and what you need to think about as a foreign teacher working in China.

Tefl Or Celta
Adil Vellani

What are the Differences Between TEFL and CELTA?

Anyone contemplating a career as an ESL teacher will undoubtedly come across a range of certifications under various names. The most notable of these are the TEFL, TESL, TESOL, and CELTA qualifications. Are they the same? Which one should you complete? In this post, we’ll explore each and definitively answer these questions.

i to i Tefl Certification Review
Adil Vellani

Earn a Level 5 TEFL Certification with i-to-i TEFL

This is our review of the i-to-i TEFL 180-hour online Level 5 TEFL certification. We only recommend Level 5 TEFL certification courses as they are accredited to conform to UK government qualification standards. Like all of our TEFL course reviews, this review is based on an actual assessment of the course, performed by our team. Let’s get started with our i-to-i TEFL review.

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