Monthly archive for July 2015

6 Subtle Ways You Might Be Sabotaging Your Classroom Management

6 Subtle Ways You Might Be Sabotaging Your Classroom Management

After all, you have a clear set of rules, you apply consequences consistently, you reward good behavior, and you don’t tolerate disruptive behavior. So, what are you doing wrong? Before you write your students off as just a bad class, consider these subtle ways that you might be sabotaging yourself, and see if any of them are playing a role in your classroom management struggles.

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An Introvert’s Guide to Teaching Kids

An Introvert’s Guide to Teaching Kids

It wasn’t too long ago that I, like many others, trembled at the thought of standing in front of a crowd of strangers. Now I do it for a living. Not only that, but half the time, those strangers are kids.

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Dealing With Bad Language in Class

Dealing With Bad Language in Class

If there’s one thing that all teachers abroad eventually learn it’s that kids will be kids no matter the country. Most people have this idea that children in Asia are kind, smart, and never, ever cause a lick of trouble. I’ll give you one good guess which of these qualities isn’t always true.

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Tips for Teaching One-on-One Lessons

Tips for Teaching One-on-One Lessons

Teaching private lessons is a great way to make some supplemental income, and it’s a lot of fun – but if you’ve mostly taught in a classroom, you’ll find that there’s a big difference when it comes to keeping a one-on-one lesson interesting and engaging – not to mention managing your time and payment.

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The Art of Small Talk on a Flight

The Art of Small Talk on a Flight

It’s awkward, I know. But like it or not, those seatmates of yours are there next to you for the next few hours. What’s even worse than sitting next to one stranger is getting stuck in a middle seat and having 2 strangers sit next to for the duration of your flight.

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10 Things I Hate About Taipei

10 Things I Hate About Taipei

What’s really important today is what I hate about Taipei – and trust me, there are too many reasons to count. But, for the sake of time and fitting this article together nicely with a 10 Things I Hate About You theme, I chose the only 10 things I hate about Taipei.

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Top 5 Vacation Spots From South Korea

Top 5 Vacation Spots From South Korea

What’s better: One year, one country or one year, many countries? I definitely agree on the latter, which is why we put together this list to help English teachers in Korea decide how best to use their vacation days while living abroad. Asia is huge, beautiful, and exploding with must-see destinations.

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Interview with Eric Adams: Teaching in Taipei

Interview with Eric Adams: Teaching in Taipei

Introducing our latest teacher interview: Eric Adams. Eric is a recent college graduate from Maryland who has been teaching in Taiwan for the last year. These last few months in Taipei has been his first living abroad experience.

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