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Get Camera Confident: TEFL Teacher Tips

How to Gain Camera Confidence – Tips and Tricks for Teaching Online As a regular classroom teacher, I wondered if I could ever be an online English teacher? I questioned myself if I had the confidence to teach on a social media platform that was new to me. For sure, I had my doubts and I was uncertain if this was a career for me. I can 100% say this has been the best decision. I will also share wa...[Read More]

Teaching English Online Without a Degree

Teaching English isn’t all about teaching abroad. In fact, you can do the opposite and teach English online from the comfort of your own home. Teaching English Online is a fantastic way to earn money without needing to spend your hard earned cash and your precious time commuting to and from your workplace. How often do jobs offer its workers immense flexibility? If you really want to relax, you ca...[Read More]

How to Write a TEFL Cover Letter & TEFL CV

In the world of teaching English as a Foreign Language, very rarely do you interview in-person. You send off your English teacher cover letter and CV, expecting them to do the talking for you without even meeting your potential employer. Yet the importance of making a good first impression to your employer or school is still enormous. Because of this, it is imperative that your TEFL CV and TEFL co...[Read More]

Teaching in Thailand vs Vietnam

Vietnam and Thailand are some of TEFL’s most popular destinations, and for good reason. Southeast Asian hospitality, delicious and cheap cuisine, biodiversity in abundance, beautiful tropical landscapes, need I say more? Now, you’ve set your sights on either Vietnam or Thailand, but you may be asking a few questions. So here are your FAQs about teaching in both Vietnam and Thailand.  What are the ...[Read More]

Teaching in Thailand vs Vietnam

Vietnam and Thailand are some of TEFL’s most popular destinations, and for good reason. Southeast Asian hospitality, delicious and cheap cuisine, biodiversity in abundance, beautiful tropical landscapes, need I say more? Now, you’ve set your sights on either Vietnam or Thailand, but you may be asking a few questions. So here are your FAQs about teaching in both Vietnam and Thailand.  What are the ...[Read More]

Countries With The Highest Teaching Abroad Salary

Want to travel the world while gaining work experience? Teaching English abroad is for you. You’ll be visiting new countries, tasting new cuisines, making new friends and giving back to the community. However, you’re not doing it for free, are you? English teachers have a skill which is high in demand –  the ability to speak English proficiently. Therefore, the work of an English teacher is one wh...[Read More]

Are There Age Limits or Restrictions to Teach English Abroad?

Sometimes, teaching English abroad sounds too good to be true. Travel the world, you say, while getting paid and enhancing career prospects? When something sounds too good to be true, we will always think there are strings attached, or that it simply isn’t possible. And as a result, we get many people asking things such as am I too old/young to teach English abroad? So, how old do you need to be t...[Read More]

My Experience Teaching English in Thailand

There are parts of life for all of us that hold amazing unforgettable memories, bringing us joy when we think of them. Teaching in Thailand was one of those experiences for me. My time in Thailand was filled with adventures and moments that created stories I will hold on to forever. Immersing myself in a new culture provided me with opportunities I never would have encountered if I had stayed at h...[Read More]

Marketing Yourself On Social Media Platforms

There are so many platforms for teachers to market themselves however the most important thing is where to market yourself and to find the right market to start freelance online teaching. Many teachers think that the market is over-flooded with online English teachers. While this is true, there are so many students wanting to learn English around the world. This is why it is vital to creating an e...[Read More]

5 Tips For Teaching English In South Korea

So you’re thinking of teaching in South Korea? Congratulations, you are making a wonderful choice! South Korea is a beautiful country filled with rich history, delicious food, and an incredible education system. Whether you have been teaching for decades or are just starting out, there are hundreds of opportunities to teach all across the country! @premiertefl Your story starts here – with Premier...[Read More]

9 (or so) Tips For Teachers On Looking After Your Mental Health

After a long day of teaching, have you ever just wanted to put your feet up but remembered that you must do that feedback form? Maybe you have just started teaching and you’re getting overwhelmed with the aspect of being in front of a class for hours at a time. Don’t worry! Whilst the allure of teaching might make you want to jump headfirst into doing as many hours as you can do, remember that you...[Read More]

5 Benefits of TEFL for Qualified Teachers

Teachers are the unsung heroes of our communities. They grade the work of classrooms of 30 students and prepare lesson plans and resources outside of their working hours. They manage the classroom and ensure that children are learning optimally in a safe environment. Sometimes, the challenging work of qualified teachers goes unappreciated.  You may have the summer holidays to see the world, much l...[Read More]

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