Posts tagged teaching english abroad
Private English Classes: 7 Tips For ESL Teachers

Private English classes are a great way to not only supplement your income, but also be your "own boss" of sorts since you'll be able to not just choose your clients, but also make your own schedule. When done correctly, you may even be able to rely on your income from private English classes completely! Where there's a will, there's a way; however, there are certain aspects to take into consideration first before diving headfirst into the world that is private English teaching.

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5 Things To Know Before Teaching English in Spain

Deciding to teach abroad is a big deal and don’t let anyone tell you otherwise. It can be a long process before you even start. The transition from one job to another can even be more strenuous. So, before beginning your new life as an auxiliar de conversación, or teaching assistant, here are a few things to keep in mind.

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Perspective From a Black Male Teaching Abroad

The Black male teaching experience abroad is unique. Living and working as a teacher and eventual manager of an international department has given me perspective in ways that I had never imagined. Being a teacher is an honor and a truly rewarding experience. As a Black male teaching abroad, I've learned a lot regarding how I am initially perceived by those I have yet to meet.

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Wanderlust Wednesday: Oneika The Traveller

Oneika is one of our favorite WOC travelers that has been shaping the scene for a while now. Having traveled to over 76 countries and not just honing the title of a traveler but a true expat, we were honored to chat with her. We got to hear her advice for those hesitant to take the leap, how she's grown her blog tenfold, the beauty of traveling with your partner and more. Read up on our Wanderlust Wednesday interview and learn all about Oneika. 

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