Author: John Kellenberger

Teaching Differences between South Korea and USA

An interview with a Montessori School owner about educational differences in South Korea and the USA.

Five Tips to Help You Nail Your Teaching Abroad Interview on Skype

Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind during your teaching abroad interview on Skype.

South Korea EPIK Teacher Photo Essay

Below are some photos from Ashley Beauchamp and Chris Richards that were taken during their year of teaching with the EPIK program in South Korea.

Interview with Liane Nichols, an American Teacher Teaching English in Georgia

Liane Nichols taught with Georgia’s Teach and Learn with Georgia program (TLG) from July 2012 through to December 2012. Today, she shares her story on what it was like teaching English in Georgia, Eastern Europe.

Top 10 Reasons Why People Teach English Abroad

The top 10 reasons why people teach English abroad. Have you taught abroad? What are your reasons for doing so?

Reach To Teach Interviews Chris Richards, an EPIK Teacher in South Korea

Chris Richards is an EPIK teacher in South Korea. He has been teaching high school aged students at DalSeo Technical High School in Daegu, South Korea since February 2012.

RTT May Event: Lotus Lantern Festival and Itaewon Pubs in Seoul

Reach To Teach will be hosting a meet-up at the Annual Lotus Lantern Festival. This will be a great chance to meet fellow teachers and experience a very special cultural event! The Lotus Lantern Festival is a annual┬ámodern-day ┬átradition that offers visitors the chance to experience Buddhist culture. The main event of the festival is…
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First Annual Reach To Teach Seoul Pub Crawl

First Annual Reach To Teach Seoul Pub Crawl When: Saturday, February 18th Time: Starts at 7:00 PM Where: Starting at The Wolfhound in Itaewon For directions to The Wolfhound please visit: http://www.wolfhoundpub.com/locations/seoul.html Come out and join RTT on our first ever Seoul Pub Crawl! We’re going to start the night off at The Wolfhound with…
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