Monthly archive for January 2015

The Best Teaching Abroad Destination Is Taiwan

The Best Teaching Abroad Destination Is Taiwan

Looking to teach English abroad but don’t want to go with the mainstream locations? The best teaching abroad destination is Taiwan. Here’s why.

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Adventure Sports in Taiwan – Get Involved!

Adventure Sports in Taiwan - Get Involved!

Taiwan is a place full of adventure and things to do. Being an island, you have a unique opportunity to experience adventure sports in Taiwan. Here are just some you can try.

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Appreciating South Korea

Appreciating South Korea

I have to be very honest: I wasn’t very joyful during my first few weeks living in Daegu, South Korea. In fact, I was upset, frustrated, and annoyed more often than I was happy. While all my friends were experiencing their ‘honey moon’ phase, I was feeling defeated. There were three things that helped me get out of my funk and start enjoying my time here, two fold.

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Guide to Taiwanese Street Food

Guide to Taiwanese Street Food

Expats who have found themselves on the gorgeous island of Taiwan will find that there are endless ways to pass their time here, but none can compare to the excitement of trying out Taiwanese street food in Taiwan’s world famous night markets.

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Free Teacher Training Courses For English Teachers

Free Teacher Training Courses For English Teachers

The field of education is constantly evolving to include new and more effective ways of teaching material and engaging our students in our lessons. Here is a list of Free Teacher Training Courses for English Teachers starting on Coursera.

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Teaching Adults vs. Teaching Kids

Teaching Adults vs. Teaching Kids

It’s no surprise that there is a huge difference between teaching adults vs. kids. Each group has their own learning style, completely different reasons for being in your class, and a drastically different level of self-motivation and discipline.

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Interview With Kirsty Grace – Teaching in Shanghai, China

Interview With Kirsty Grace - Teaching in Shanghai, China

This week we bring you a teacher from the UK who decided to make the leap from working with children in London to teaching in Doha, Qatar and the hustle and bustle of teaching in Shanghai. Read on to find out some of the best tips to living and working in Shanghai, China.

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10 Creative Activities For Desk Warming Season (Part 2)

10 Creative Activities For Desk Warming Season (Part 2)

Desk warming season can be a difficult time, here is the second part of Judith Villarreal’s 10 creative things to do during desk warming season.

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