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Posted by Jenny Marsh - 17:01 on 03 May 2013
Think you need a degree to TEFL? Think again! Here is a guide to some of the countries in the world where a degree isn't always needed....
Posted by Craig McInnes - 16:36 on 15 March 2013
Great article from Craig who's been teaching English in Hong Kong since completing his TEFL course....
Posted by Eileen Kane - 09:26 on 07 March 2013
Eileen gives some handy hints and tips for those planning to teach in Thailand, and describes her experiences there during her mini gap year....
Posted by Ann Halsig - 13:08 on 28 February 2013
Ann explains her experiences in the Philippines and in France, where she is now....
Posted by Hayden Harrison - 13:00 on 25 February 2013
In this article Hayden from Project Mongolia tells us about her experiences teaching in Mongolia in 2012. TEFL Scotland is now teaming up with the organisation to train their volunteers for free, so they're ready to teach when they depart this year!...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 17:15 on 27 July 2012
Before you take the plunge and enrol on an accredited TEFL course it is worth taking some time out to consider what it takes to become a TEFL teacher. ...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 16:09 on 23 July 2012
Thinking about taking an accredited TEFL course? Find out more about one of our experienced TEFL tutors in Scotland....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 17:09 on 05 July 2012
Inspire your students and try your hand at learning a foreign language yourself. ...
Posted by Kiva Richard - 15:58 on 29 June 2012
Advice for your first TEFL lesson....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 16:47 on 19 June 2012
Here's just a few of the reasons it pays to get your TEFL certificate before looking for TEFL Jobs....
Posted by Kiva Richard - 09:04 on 15 June 2012
Through the last couple of decades English has grown to become the dominant language on a global level. International communication and business are only a few areas showing how important knowledge of English has become. English is also widely sought afte...
Posted by Erin MacKenzie - 10:39 on 14 December 2011
We all use subordinate clauses and contracted word forms, but do we know how to describe them and can we identify when we are using them?...
Posted by Matt Parker - 11:53 on 05 August 2011 | 2 comments
Education blogger Matt Parker offers up his ten tips for becoming a better teacher....
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“I am writing to let you know that I have been here, in Togliatti in Russia, for almost a year now! My visa has just been renewed for another year (annual renewal process) and I have been given a 3 year contract. All this is down to one simple fact - TEFL! After doing my weekend course in Edinburgh and the 50 hour Language and Grammar, I suddenly had opportunities that were closed to me in the past. Now I have so many interesting and exciting memories of my time here. Every day has been an adventure and has certainly kept me on my toes! The Togliatti Chamber of Commerce have invited me to speak at the opening of their new tourist initiative! I helped design the website for one of my students, and next thing I knew I had received an invitation to speak at their prestigious event. ” Colin, currently teaching in Russia
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