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Alexander Lewandowski, Teaching English in Taipei, Taiwan

Alexander Lewandowski, Teaching English in Taipei, Taiwan

Introducing our latest teacher interview. This time we interviewed Alexander Lewandowski, an American teacher hailing from Illinois who took the right steps to teach English abroad in Taipei, Taiwan.

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5 Terrifying Monsters And Myths From Asia

5 Terrifying Monsters And Myths From Asia

Monster and horror lovers, rejoice. This article is dedicated to all of the gory goodness that comes with a creepy urban legend, and each one of these monsters and myths come from straight out of Asia.

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Gaining Feedback from Korean Adult Students

Gaining Feedback from Korean Adult Students

The best kind of teachers are the ones that can recognize their mistakes and grow from them. After all, teaching is a huge learning curve, even the most experienced teacher can be presented with a new situation in which to grow from. Getting feedback from students is the best way to see where you are going wrong, but gaining that feedback isn’t always easy especially in a country like South Korea where challenging authority is often culturally inappropriate.

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What you Need to Know About Subbing

What you Need to Know About Subbing

In some students’ minds, “substitute teacher” is synonymous with “blow-off class.” We all remember having those substitute teachers who would turn on a video and retreat to the back of the classroom. Don’t let that be the case if you find yourself subbing.

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Culture Shock – What Shocks You About China?

Culture Shock - What Shocks You About China?

China is definitely high on the list of places where you will experience culture shock. Here are nine moments of culture shock I experienced in China when I first got here.

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Traveling Is Like A Box Of Stinky Tofu

Traveling Is Like A Box Of Stinky Tofu

During my first time seeing (and smelling) stinky tofu, I wasn’t sure how to react. Should I be curious? Afraid? Excited? I realized that I could choose how to feel. Instead of turning my head in disgust, I decided to be brave and maybe even a little excited.

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A Weekend in Busan, South Korea

A Weekend in Busan, South Korea

Taking a deep breath, I instantly recognized the salty undertones of the scent of a port city. The ocean has a certain calming effect, even when we can’t see it, and Busan is a city under its spell.

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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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