Pack these according to the weather where you are going to, but be aware that all countries have some kind of seasons. The other issue is cultural and religious sensitivity.
Yes you might – at the beginning, and don’t worry because it’s totally normal when you’re in unfamiliar surroundings.
TEFL Teacher in a language school. TEFL is ‘Teaching English as a Foreign Language’ Sometimes EAL ‘English as an Additional Language’.
It can be difficult to find information on what it would be like to work in a particular school abroad when you’re still in your hometown. It’s easier to find out about living in certain cities as there are websites.
Of course, the answer to this is completely individual, but the short answer is to be open-minded about it.
It’s a question that comes up in almost every interview, but how are you supposed to answer it?
Cambly is an online teaching platform, enabling you to teach English to people from all around the world at any time!
Teaching English abroad is a viable option for many nowadays and you may be considering it. The world is a small place and it’s now common for people to work abroad for any length of time – a few months to many years.
We look at some common myths vs facts about travelling abroad to teach.
A viable part time job suitable for students, stay at home parents or in fact anyone with a few hours to spare is online English teaching.
A comparison of working in the Middle East vs Far East.
Consider it as a teaching destination. It’s very liveable and has a lot to offer ex-pats, including families.
If you are travelling to other countries, then it’s advisable to be aware of religions around the world.
This is very much a question for the individual to answer. It completely depends on a variety of factors according to your own circumstances and what you want for your future.
If you’re from the UK, and want to work in an international school, then a degree and a PGCE is enough to get a job.
Yes, Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) is a UK qualification for teachers, which indicates they have passed their teaching practices and completed a teaching qualification.
The answer to this question is very individual, but I’ll give you a few pointers to help you make a decision on which is the best country to suit you as an individual.
Discover the most highly paid areas of the world for teaching English and learn about what to consider when weighing up your options.
Read this handy guide on a whole range of acronyms and abbreviations that are commonly used in the world of teaching English internationally.
Discover how to make connections with international teachers and the benefits they can bring to you.
We’re going to discuss the types of accommodation you may be offered when accepting a job teaching overseas.
Read this handy guide on what’s included in an expat package for a sponsored staff member and the difference between that and non-sponsored.
Here are a few of the teaching apps I’ve used and provide a lot of value by saving time and improving learning outcomes for my students.
Here are some resources to help you plan lessons for your curriculum and also for ESOL students. It will be a relief to be able to hit the ground running!