The Self-Sustaining Classroom

The Self-Sustaining Classroom

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The Self-Sustaining Classroom

There are many excellent classroom management techniques available now to help almost any teacher achieve what I’m going to describe. I’ve seen Chris Biffle’s “Power Teaching” taught successfully in many schools in many districts. It makes classrooms more safe, fun, and effective and the control method is more persuasive than coercive.
I wish it had been available when I began teaching in 1959. In the 60’s and 70’s I used one swat to the behind or suspension and they were effective punishments and deterrents for those who were physically and emotionally hurting others. Even then (without realizing these were more of the reasons for their change) I balanced these coercive methods in two ways.
One was that every child received due process. No punishment was arbitrary and the student either admitted his offense or it was proven. He explained his side and if he was found guilty he could appeal to be heard by the classroom student court. Read more at www.huffingtonpost.com
 

A big thumbs-up from educators

A big thumbs-up from educators

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Teachers invite ‘Wii Music’ into the classroom

Game earned shrugs from gamers, but gets a big thumbs-up from educators

By Kristin Kalning

You might play games with your kids at home. But would you send your kids to school to play video games?

You might if the teacher were Eileen Jahn, who teaches music at the St. Philip’s Academy in Newark, N.J. She’s one of 60 music educators around the country that have begun to integrate “Wii Music” into their regular curriculum.
Oh, don’t fret —  Jahn isn’t ducking out to the Starbucks while the Wii teaches harmony to a roomful of third-graders. Rather, she’s using the quirky music game to introduce and reinforce material, such as matching and differentiating different pitches. And the kids?
“They are giddy with excitement when they walk into the room and see the Wii set up,” Jahn wrote in an e-mail. “Their aural skills are improving with every lesson, and they have developed rhythmic and improvisational skills as well.”
Image: Teacher and students at St. Philip's Academy

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See you in September? For teachers, maybe, maybe not

See you in September? For teachers, maybe, maybe not

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See you in September? For teachers, maybe, maybe not
For months, pink-slipped teachers across the USA have waited for long-sought federal funding to save their jobs. And Congress finally appropriated $10 billion this month to bring back thousands of teachers, nurses, bus drivers and others.

But as the school year begins, many educators are still waiting for the phone to ring.

“As far as I know, I’m not going to get my job back,” says Kirsten Jensen, 31, a sixth-grade teacher in Hillsborough, N.J. She was laid off last spring, one of about 3,900 pink-slipped New Jersey educators. “I haven’t heard anything,” she says, “but I’m not very hopeful at this point.”

Many school districts might not get the money in time to bring back teachers. Others, fearing even worse economic times over the next two years, are simply planning to put a large share of their money in the bank to ward off further cuts next spring.

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Why Skills Matter More Than Higher Educational Credentials

Why Skills Matter More Than Higher Educational Credentials

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Why Skills Matter More Than Higher Educational Credentials

Author Michael Schrage, in his guest blog post in the Harvard Business Review, argues that the huge gap between higher educational credentials and actual competence make many college graduates highly unemployable. Schrage says that higher education leading to better jobs and higher employment is a myth and simply getting A’s in exams does not really translate into acquiring good skills. In fact, networking with friends and alumni may be more valuable than going through with the curriculum.

All this has resulted in employers doing due-diligence in selecting the right candidates for jobs. Rather than focusing on educational accomplishment of a prospect, they are now looking for demonstrable skills that will help them in real life scenarios. Schrage believes showing off your professional skills increasingly matter more now.

In Today's Job Market, Skills Matter More Than Higher Educational Credentials

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Should You Get a Gap Year Job Abroad or Go To Grad School?

In an every changing world with it’s financial woes, should you get a gap year job aborad or go to grad school?

If you don’t want to work for Uncle Sam? It’s not a problem. A LanguageCorps Asia TEFL/TESOL could be the answer. All you have to do is pick where you want to go. Many employers want their employees to know at least one foreign language and have some fairly intense cross-cultural experience which in a global economy many employers like and makes you employable worldwide.

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International Education On The Rise

International Education On The Rise

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International Education On The Rise

International Education Still On The Rise

A recent article in USA Today reports on the increasing number of students looking to pursue their studies abroad, as well as, countries competing against each other to lure international students. Over 3 million students are currently studying outside their home countries, and the number is only increasing, resulting in more countries hosting more international students. While the US is still the most favored destination followed by U.K., France, Germany and Australia, a few more countries are also emerging strongly to play host to international students. Among them are Canada, China, Japan and Singapore.

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Can online flashcards help students ‘Crush That Test’?

Can online flashcards help students ‘Crush That Test’?

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Can online flashcards help students ‘Crush That Test’?

Web-based service lets college students review lectures with flashcards on a mobile device

Sundar Nathan was a college student prepping for an exam, cramming hundreds of pieces of information into his overfilled memory bank when he resorted to flashcards—a strategy he’s supported ever since.

Nathan and a group of University of Texas graduates created the site CrushThatTest in 2007, giving college students more than 1,000 free digital flashcards as a supplement to their course textbooks in nine subjects, ranging from U.S. history to psychology.

Students can access CrushThatTest on their desktops and laptops, or pay $1.99 to use the web-based flashcards on their iPhone. Students can use their iPhones to scroll through chapters and see how many flashcards are available in each chapter.

CrushThatTest has attracted more than 2,000 members since 2007.     CrushThatTest has attracted more than 2,000 members since 2007.

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Teaching English in Vietnam – ELS, TEFL, TESOL, Jobs in Vietnam, Thailand, China, Taiwan, Cambodia and Asia

Teaching English in Vietnam – ELS, TEFL, TESOL, Jobs in Vietnam, Thailand, China, Taiwan, Cambodia and Asia

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full time
Teaching English in Vietnam

Teaching English in Vietnam in a Language School and earn a 144 hours TEFL/TESOL Certificate with 30 hours of Vietnamese language and cultural classes.
Teaching Institution: Language School
Students Age: All Ages
Teaching Class Size: Reasonable to Large
Teacher’s Salary: $12 to $18 USD per hour. Some school will pay for bonuses, holiday pay, return tickets home, medical cover, work visa, work permit, accommodation, transport and food.
Teaching Facilities: Air Con Classrooms.
Have the adventure of life time learning, working and traveling, with people just like you. Your new found skills and knowledge allow you to become employable worldwide through LanguageCorps Asia TEFL / TESOL training course program and get a teaching English job in Vietnam.
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New tool shows how arts education boosts 21st century skills

New tool shows how arts education boosts 21st century skills – Global knowledge and experience in education

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New tool shows how arts education boosts 21st century skills

Working with national arts organizations, the Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) has developed a first-of-its-kind Arts skills map that clearly defines how arts education promotes key 21st-century skills. The map, the fifth in a series of core content maps from P21 (others include Geography, Science, Social Studies, and English), gives examples how critical thinking and problem solving, communication, collaboration, and creativity and innovation (P21’s “four Cs”) can be fused within arts curricula (including dance, music, theater, and visual and media arts). The map comes at a critical time for arts education in schools, which often are the first programs to be cut when budgets are tight. Having an outline of how arts education can reinforce skills that are viewed as critical for success in the new global economy could help keep arts programs in schools.Read more at www.eschoolnews.com
 

Teaching English Job in an Cambodian University

Teaching English Job in an Cambodian University – For more information go to http://www.cambodialanguagecorps.com/

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full time
Teaching English Job in an Cambodian University

Get a teaching English job in a Cambodia university and earn a 144 hours TEFL/TESOL Certificate with 30 hours of Khmer language and cultural classes.
Teaching Institution: University ESL Admissions programs
Students Age: 17 – 25 years old.
Teaching Class Size: 25 – 30 students
Teacher’s Salary: $10 – $15 USD per hour up to 30 hours per week (Mon-Fri). The university pay for bonuses, holiday pay, return tickets home, medical cover, work visa, work permit, accommodation, transport and food.
Teaching Facilities: Air Con Classrooms.
Have the adventure of life time learning, working and traveling, with people just like you. Your new found skills and knowledge allow you to become employable worldwide through LanguageCorps Asia TEFL / TESOL training course program and get a teaching English job in Cambodia.
School/Company:
LanguageCorps Asia

Location:  

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Rethinking Education

Rethinking Education

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Rethinking Education

One of the most reflexive responses of the left to any social problem is to blame under-funded education.  What the left means by this, of course, is not really education but the re-education which is the primary purpose of public education and college education in America today.  The vast transfer of wealth from parents and taxpayers to the public schools and universities is one of the most regressive sorts of social tariff in our society.

America, in fact, spends more per capita on public education than almost any nation in the world

Public education from grades K through 12 gobbles up 38% of all state government spending.  State and local spending on public education is more than $15,000 per pupil.  Federal spending on public education was almost nonexistent a few decades ago.  Now it is growing fast.  America, in fact, spends more per capita on public education than almost any nation in the world.  Are we getting much for that investment?  Not according to test scores.

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Teaching English in Taiwan

Teaching English in Taiwan – http://www.taiwanlanguagecorps.com/

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full time
Teaching English in Taiwan

Teaching English in Taiwan in Public, Private and Special Language Schools and earn a 144 hours TEFL/TESOL Certificate with 30 hours of Mandarin language and cultural classes.
Teaching Institution: Teachers needed across the board from public schools to private schools to special language schools and corporate businesses.
Teaching Class Size: Generally reasonable class sizes. Public schools classes can range from 30 – 50 students.
Teacher’s Salary: $1,600 – $1,900 USD per month (gross) approximately. Some school will pay for bonuses, holiday pay, return tickets home, medical cover, work visa, work permit, accommodation, transport and food.
Teaching Facilities: Air Con Classrooms. Tend to be generally good in most areas.
Students Age: All Ages.
Your new found skills and knowledge allow you to become employable worldwide through LanguageCorps Asia TEFL / TESOL training course program and get a teaching English job in Taiwan.
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Jobs bill to stop teacher layoffs nears approval

Jobs bill to stop teacher layoffs nears approval

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Jobs bill to stop teacher layoffs nears approval

Jobs bill to stop teacher layoffs nears approval

Legislation to provide billions to save the jobs of teachers and other public workers is on track to pass the U.S. Senate, helped along by the votes of a couple of GOP moderates.
Democrats cracked a GOP filibuster on Aug. 4, and the U.S. House of Representatives was being called back from its summer break for an expected final vote next week to help cash-strapped states and school districts.
The $26 billion measure would help states ease their severe budget problems and, advocates said, stop the layoffs of perhaps 300,000 teachers, firefighters, police officers and other public employees. Though scaled back, the bill also would salvage a victory for Democrats who have been unable to deliver most of the jobs help they and President Barack Obama promised.
A new bill could help save thousands of teaching jobs across the nation.

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Teaching English Job in Thailand

Teaching English Job in Thailand

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full time
Teaching English in Thailand

Teaching English in Thailand in Public, Private and Special Language Schools and earn a 144 hours TEFL/TESOL Certificate with 30 hours of Thai language and cultural classes.
Teaching Institution: Teachers needed across the board from public schools to private schools to special language schools and corporate businesses.
Students Age: All Ages.
Teaching Class Size: Generally reasonable class sizes. Public schools classes can range from 30 – 50 students.
Teacher’s Salary: 30,000 Baht to 50,000 Baht and higher per month, depending on various factors. People with a MA degree in Education, English, TEFL or TESOL can earn 50,000 Baht starting. Some school will pay for bonuses, holiday pay, return tickets home, medical cover, work B visa, work permit, accommodation, transport and food.
Teaching Facilities: Tend to be generally good in most areas.

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Opting to Go Abroad

Opting to Go Abroad – Education in Asia

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Opting to Go Abroad

More Prospective Students Set Sights on M.B.A.’s in Asia

When Scott Snyder decided to get an M.B.A., he didn’t consider U.S. business schools. The former project manager at a defense company in Santa Barbara, Calif., wanted a career change—and he wanted to build it abroad.
Over the past five years, more prospective students have opted to go abroad to earn their master’s in business administration, with most applying to top European schools. Recently, though, a small but growing number are eschewing Europe and are applying to new programs in Asia. For many, it is a way to establish themselves ahead of U.S. candidates for international jobs.
Mr. Snyder eventually decided on and was accepted to Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University’s M.B.A. program.
“I just know I want [my next job] to be international,” and attending school in Asia will make it “so much easier to get an actual job in Singapore,” says Mr. Snyder, who started the program in July.

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Foreign Language Classes as a Paradigm For Successful Instruction

Foreign Language Classes as a Paradigm For Successful Instruction

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Foreign Language Classes as a Paradigm For Successful Instruction

To put this article in perspective, I should mention that I write a lot of harsh articles about the counter-productive practices used in public education.
A few weeks ago I wondered: well, is there any good news? Let’s approach this thing from the other direction and ask: are there still classrooms that are sensibly conducted; are there still subjects that are taught in an intelligent way?
I thought about French (or other foreign languages). And I was immediately sure that this was the least contaminated area in American education. Here’s why:
I bet that most French classes are still taught today very much as French classes were taught 100 years ago. This is great news. It means there is a laboratory where we can see how it should be done.  

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Teaching English in China, Cambodia, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam with LanguageCorps Asia

Teach English, travel and explore the mysteries of Asia. LanguageCorps Asia unique Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) and Teaching to English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) program gives you the opportunity to be internationally employable and to find teaching jobs in China, Cambodia, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam and Asia and  throughout the rest of the world.

Teaching English in Asia

This is a once in a lifetime travel adventure inside of Asia for gap year students and university graduates who wants to explore the mysteries of Asia with its diverse rich cultures, amazing unspoiled forests, mountains and beaches and its spectacular architecture.

Teaching English is a great way to to gain new international skills which will make you employable worldwide, to meet new people and understand cultures around the world and to give back to society and improve global communication.

So what can you do?
You can do a TEFL or TESOL training course.

What is a TEFL?
A TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. English teachers who do a TEFL, work in native English Speaking countries like the USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand and teach to non native speakers coming into their country to learn English.

What about a TESOL?
A TESOL stands for Teaching to English to Speakers of Other Languages. English teachers who do a TESOL work in non native English speaking countries like Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Taiwan, Philippines, China, Indonesia and Korea teaching English as a second language.

LanguageCorps Asia courses are unique because firstly they provide 144 hours of training which is above the 120 hours TEFL/TESOL training required by most countries. Secondly you get to train with all the other TEFL/ TESOL students from Cambodia, China, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam in one place allowing you to make friends and contacts in other countries. Thirdly you get job assistance in Cambodia, China, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam should you decide to change your mind.

For more information go to http://www.languagecorpsasia.com/

ESL, TEFL, TESOL Chanting for Classroom Management Overseas

ESL, TEFL, TESOL Chanting for Classroom Management Overseas

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ESL Chanting for Classroom Management

Teaching
ESL can be a rich and rewarding experience for anyone who loves a
challenge.  You only need a degree in any
field, and a TESOL or TEFL certificate to get started, after that, it’s simply
a matter of choosing the right school in the country in which you wish to live
and teach. This can be done by surfing a few ESL sites and applying for a job
online, waiting for a reply from some of the schools you’ve contacted, and then
choosing the most appropriate position for you. You’ll usually be able to pick
and choose because you hold the trump card.

So
you’ve stitched up a great teaching job in Asia,
well done! Maybe they have agreed to pay your airfare after a qualifying
period, and help you with your visa and work permit. Hay! You’ve even got free
accommodation. You’re really excited, and so you should be! You’re about to go
to another planet and encounter all kinds of alien cultures and traditions, but
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Differences between Internet and Paper based TOEFL Test

Differences between Internet and Paper based TOEFL Test

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Differences between Internet and Paper based TOEFL Test

TOEFL test is undeniably the world’s most popular English Language test. It is conducted at over 45000 administration site across 165 countries. The test so far has been taken by about 25 million students so far. The TOEFL is now conducted globally in two formats Internet Based Test (IBT) and Paper Based Test (PBT). It is very important to know the difference between the two tests in terms of pattern, structure and benefits according to individual applicant. StudyPlaces bring you a detailed comparison of the two tests to help you understand TOEFL better and shorten the distance between you and your dream college. Read on…

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Does Japan Still Need Teacher Exchange Program?

Does Japan Still Need Teacher Exchange Program?

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Does Japan Still Need Teacher Exchange Program?

TOKYO (AP) — Every year for the past two decades, legions of young Americans have descended upon Japan to teach English. This government-sponsored charm offensive was launched to counter anti-Japan sentiment in the United States and has since grown into one of the country’s most successful displays of soft power.
But faced with stagnant growth and a massive public debt, lawmakers are aggressively looking for ways to rein in spending. One of their targets is the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, or JET.
Versions of the JET program can be found in other countries. French Embassies around the world help to recruit young people to teach their languages in France for a year. The U.S. Fulbright program, run by the State Department, works in both directions: American graduates are sent abroad to study and teach, and foreigners are brought to the U.S….

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Arizona teachers opt for overseas jobs amid economic slump

Teachers opt for overseas jobs amid economic slump

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Arizona teachers opt for overseas jobs amid economic slump

Katie and Chris McCrea are looking for renters for their Mesa home, selling their cars and most of their household items, and searching for families to adopt their three dogs.
Mary Anne Horn’s niece will be moving into her Mesa apartment, driving her car and taking care of her turtle, Henry.
Stacy Richardson is packing up her three young children and husband, selling the family car and finishing an overwhelming amount of paperwork.
All four are among 67 teachers hired in Arizona for one- and two-year teaching jobs in the Middle East and Asia through programs run by a Canadian company called Teach Away.
Forced to search elsewhere for teaching jobs in the lackluster economy, and looking for some adventure and job stability, 1,200 North American teachers have been hired for Teach Away jobs this year.

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Free Service for Schools & Teachers. Free Job Posting for Schools. Free Resume Service to get a Teaching Job Asia

Free Service for Schools & Teachers. Free Job Posting for Schools. Free Resume Service to get a Teaching Job in Asia

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Welcome to the TEACH CAMBODIA website. Teach Cambodia is a free service brought to you by LanguageCorps Asia and LanguageCorps USA. LanguageCorps is a provider of TESOL training services for people wanting to receive training and certification for teaching English. Since providing training in Cambodia for the past year we have seen a great need for a service that can bring trained and qualified English teachers together with schools that need them. The hope of this program is to make it easier for schools looking for quality English teachers to find them, and for English teachers looking for a teaching position to get in contact with schools that have current vacancies. This site does not charge teachers or schools for using the site, and does not accept advertising or attempt in any way to benefit financially from the operation of this site.

Read more at www.teachcambodia.com

 

Teach English in Vietnam

Teach English in Vietnam. For adventure seekers, graduates and gap year students looking to work in Vietnam.

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Work
abroad
&

Get a paid job
teaching
English in Vietnam

For adventure seekers, graduates and gap year students this is a
great time to teach English
and travel
Vietnam and Asia
at your leisure.
This is also an amazing opportunity for those looking to try something
new in life or to start a new career.
Retrain your skills and give
yourself a greater opportunity to work
around the world and find
international jobs you would never had dreamed of before.
Vietnam
TEFL
teach English
training courses provides accommodation
while you study,
travel arrangements to and from
School, exclusive
tours, trips
and holidays throughout the year in
Vietnam and
Asia,
24/7 support with UK and US staff based in
Vietnam and
teaching
job placement assistance during your
TEFL course.

See more at www.vietnamtefl.com

 

Teach English in Thailand

Teach English in Thailand. TEFL course, teach, work, travel &
meet adventurous people like you in Thailand.

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Take a TEFL course,
teach,
work,
travel &

meet adventurous people
like you in
Thailand

This is a once in a lifetime
travel adventure
inside Thailand and around
Asia for anyone who wants to explore the
mysteries of Asia with its diverse rich cultures, amazing unspoiled
forests, mountains and beaches and its spectacular architecture.

Travel
Thailand and the neighboring countries,
Cambodia, Vietnam, China, India and Laos. Travel Thailand and explore
its unspoiled landscapes, meet warm friendly
Thai people,
experience the vibrant Thai culture, see the amazing ancient
architecture of Thailand’s great history, walk along the golden
empty beaches, trek through the jungle and discover mystical ruins,
journey through the colorful and bustling markets. Discovery the
natural beauty of Thailand!
Thailand TEFL Makes Life Easy For You. Student gap year, travel adventure, relaxing on boat Cambodia TEFL
Travel adventure experience the Full Moon beach parties with Cambodia TEFL
Travel adventure, Trips into the jungle, huts and palm trees of Ko Chang Thailand TEFL Cambodia
Travel adventure Ko Lan Beach, Pattaya Thailand TEFL Cambodia

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Teach English in Cambodia

Teach English in Cambodia. Have an Adventure in Cambodia.

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Do an international Teaching
English as a Foreign Language
( TEFL
) training course and study, live & work abroad teaching English
in Cambodia
Cambodia TEFL gat a teaching English qualification international with TEFL Cambodia
Get a Paid Job Teaching English after your TEFL. Teacher teaching English jobs teach Cambodia jobs TEFL
Make International Friends on your travel adventure. Have dinner by the riverside Cambodia TEFL
Travel adventure touch and feed live tigers Cambodia TEFL
Travel adventure Kayak in yellow boats down the river Cambodia TEFL
Student gap year travel adventure elephant ride trip in the jungle Cambodia TEFL

After years of war, genocide and turmoil
in Cambodia peace has come at last to this beautiful country. The
Khmer nation is slowly rebuilding its great nation again with the
help of the world. This is your chance to make a real difference
to people’s lives in Cambodia. Help to build a better education
system for the Khmer people by teaching.

You can help the Khmer people rebuild their
lives and future. Empower yourself and Khmer people by studying
an international recognized TEFL teaching English qualification
and teach English to everyday Khmer people who are very friendly
and enthusiastic to learn English to improve their lives and enrich
their nation.

See more at www.cambodiatefl.com

 

Teaching English in Vietnam

Teaching English in Vietnam. Gap year teaching job or volunteer work placement with a 4 week TEFL TESOL course in Vietnam.

Vietnam TEFL TESOL Teach English Job Travel Work in Vietnam logo

Teaching English in Vietnam

TEFL
/ TESOL Vietnam Courses & Programs
Work
Placements in Vietnam

Jobs
Teaching English in Vietnam
Volunteer
Programs in Vietnam
Travel
in Vietnam

Apply
for TEFL / TESOL Course or Volunteer Program

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to start
something new or different in their lives.
It doesn’t matter what age you are or where you come from in the world.
We can help you with your dream of living,
traveling and working
abroad
.

LanguageCorps
Vietnam is a 4 week international
( Teaching English
as a Foreign Language)
TEFL / (Teachers
of English to Speakers of Other
Languages
) TESOL training
course program
in Vietnam and Cambodia
that is certified for 144 hours, above
the 120 hours TEFL
/ TESOL international
standard which includes 30 hours of cultural
and language training
as well as a teaching
English job
at the end of the TEFL
/ TESOL course.

Read more at www.vietnamlanguagecorps.com

 

Teaching English in Taiwan

Teaching English in Taiwan. Gap year teaching job or volunteer work placement with a 4 week TEFL TESOL course in Taiwan.

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Teaching English in Taiwan

TEFL
/ TESOL Taiwan Courses & Programs
Work
Placements in Taiwan

Jobs
Teaching English in Taiwan
Volunteer
Programs in Taiwan
Travel
Taiwan

Apply
for TEFL / TESOL Course or Volunteer Program

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to start something new or different in their lives. It doesn’t matter what age you are or where you come from in the world. We can help you with your dream of living, traveling and working abroad.

LanguageCorps Taiwan is a 4 week international (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) TEFL / (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) TESOL training course program in Cambodia that is certified for 144 hours, above the 120 hours TEFL / TESOL international standard which includes 30 hours of cultural and language training as well as a teaching English job in Taiwan at the end of the TEFL / TESOL course.

Read more at www.taiwanlanguagecorps.com

 

Teaching English in Thailand

Teaching English in Thailand. Gap year teaching job or volunteer work placement with a 4 week TEFL TESOL course in Thailand.

Thailand TEFL TESOL Teach English Job Travel Work in Thailand logo

Teaching English in Thailand

TEFL
/ TESOL Thailand Courses & Programs
Work
Placements in Thailand

Jobs
Teaching English in Thailand
Volunteer
Programs in Thailand
Travel
Thailand

Apply
for TEFL / TESOL Course or Volunteer Program

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to start
something new or different in their lives.
It doesn’t matter what age you are or where you come from in the world.
We can help you with your dream of living,
traveling and working
abroad
.

LanguageCorps
Thailand is a 4 week international
( Teaching English
as a Foreign Language)
TEFL / (Teachers
of English to Speakers of Other
Languages
) TESOL training
course program
in Thailand and Cambodia
that is certified for 144 hours, above
the 120 hours TEFL
/ TESOL international
standard which includes 30 hours of cultural
and language training
as well as a teaching
English job
at the end of the TEFL
/ TESOL course.

Read more at www.thailandlanguagecorps.com

 

Teaching English in China

Teaching English in China. Gap year teaching job or volunteer work placement with a 4 week TEFL TESOL course in China.

China TEFL TESOL Teach English Job Travel Work in China logo

Teaching English in China

TEFL
/ TESOL China Courses & Programs
Work
Placements in China

Jobs
Teaching English in China
Volunteer
Programs in China
Travel
China

Apply
for TEFL / TESOL Course or Volunteer Program

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to start something new or different in their lives. It doesn’t matter what age you are or where you come from in the world. We can help you with your dream of living, traveling and working abroad.

LanguageCorps China is a 4 week international (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) TEFL / (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) TESOL training course program in Cambodia that is certified for 144 hours, above the 120 hours TEFL / TESOL international standard which includes 30 hours of cultural and language training as well as a teaching English job in China at the end of the TEFL / TESOL course.

Read more at www.chinalanguagecorps.com

 

Teaching English in Cambodia

Teaching English in Cambodia. Gap year teaching job or volunteer work placement with a 4 week TEFL TESOL course in Cambodia.

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Teaching English in Cambodia

TEFL
/ TESOL Cambodia Courses & Programs
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Placements in Cambodia

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Teaching English in Cambodia
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Programs in Cambodia
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Cambodia

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for TEFL / TESOL Course or Volunteer Program

This is a great opportunity for anyone looking to start
something new or different in their lives.
It doesn’t matter what age you are or where you come from in the world.
We can help you with your dream of living,
traveling and working
abroad
.

LanguageCorps
Cambodia is a 4 week international
( Teaching English
as a Foreign Language)
TEFL / (Teachers
of English to Speakers of Other
Languages
) TESOL training
course program
in Cambodia that is certified
for 144 hours, above the 120 hours
TEFL / TESOL
international standard
which includes 30 hours of cultural and
language training as
well as a teaching
English job
at the end of the TEFL
/ TESOL course.

Read more at www.cambodialanguagecorps.com

 

Online TEFL/TESOL Courses

Online TEFL/TESOL Courses. Be in the Teaching Know!

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Online TEFL/TESOL Courses Information
Here are some things to think about when deciding to do an online TEFL/TESOL Courses
It cheaper than doing a 4 course in another country, however if you are looking to teach English overseas it can end up costing you more. How’s that? You might say! Well, you still have to book a flight to another country if you want to get a teaching English job there. You will need to pay for a hotel room or apartment while you look for a job teaching job. There are also travel and food expenses and before you know it you’ve spent more than you would of if you had do a 4 week course in the country you wish to teach in.
Online TEFL/TESOL courses can’t help you get a job in another country unless their office happens to be in that country. Local TEFL/TESOL courses can at least assist you in your teaching job search as they will have local contact with schools and you can deal with your TEFL/TESOL courses face to face.

Read more at www.languagecorpsasia.com

 

TESOL?

TESOL stands for Teaching to English to Speakers of Other Languages.

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TEFL?

TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language

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