Is a TEFL internship abroad right for you?
A TEFL internship abroad can be a good way to dip your feet in the waters of ESL teaching. Let’s take a look at what these internships are if its right for you.
Find out if you can teach abroad with a criminal record and what can be done if you have one
Misconceptions about teaching abroad and why you shouldn’t pay attention to them
Find out if you need a teaching certificate to teach abroad
Interview with Steffen Lohrmann from Insight Adventures
Unless you are one of the fortunate few teachers who is having their flights paid for upfront then you are going to have to choose your own flight to the country you are teaching. You are going to have a wide selection of airlines to choose from and, especially if you have never taken an international flight, choosing one that is comfortable and cost-effective can be confusing. Below is a list of the best airlines for international flights including the areas of the world that are best to use that carrier to travel to.
If you are single and teaching English abroad the opportunity to date will probably present itself at some point. Let’s take a look at your options for dating while abroad and where you can meet people. In the process, we’ll also examine the number one rule you should never break for any reason.
Cultural differences are going to be an unavoidable fact when traveling abroad. Even if you are living in an ultra-modern city such as Tokyo or Shanghai, you will come across numerous challenges on a daily basis that are directly linked to the new culture you are in. Some of these cultural traits you will find pleasant. A number of them are going to get on your nerves but won’t bother you too much. A few of them are going to drive you completely insane. But, what is there to do about this? Let’s take a look at some of the different ways that you can cope with cultural differences in your new home in order to increase your peace of mind when teaching English abroad.
What is the age limit for teacher jobs abroad? If you find yourself asking this question it’s probably because you are wondering if you are too young or old to teach English abroad. The short answer is that this is going to vary depending on the country you are looking to teach in. But, the longer answer may surprise you.
Teachers health isn’t just a luxury working abroad. It’s a necessity. Your job relies on you being present and ready to teach. Not just healthy for yourself but because you are around children with still-developing immune systems. Because you are in a foreign country with different health concerns you need to take some extra time to ensure you are staying healthy.
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