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Confidence in the Classroom

Confidence in the Classroom

Having confidence in the classroom is essential to a well working class. Whether you are a first-time teacher or a seasoned veteran, beginning a new year with new classes can be a little nerve-wracking.

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Backup Activities

Backup Activities

Having backup activities can be a real lifesaver in the classroom. As a newer teacher, it was always a great fear to have time left over in a lesson. I had begun teaching a brand new class of students with no previous English experience in the summer.

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Fears About Living Abroad: Part 2

Fears About Living Abroad: Part 2

Living abroad can be a scary concept to get your head around. Are you a little nervous about moving abroad? Here is the second half of my FAQ list continued from last week on commonly feared aspects while moving abroad!

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10 Fears About Living Abroad Part 1

10 Fears About Living Abroad Part 1

Many people have fears about living abroad, perhaps you have had some worries holding you back? Have you told your friends about your plans to live abroad only to hear the response, “Oh, I could never do that!”

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Dealing With Children

Dealing With Children

Dealing with children in Korea has really been an eye opener. When I was trying to decide where to teach, I kept hearing about how teaching in South Korea was one of the best ESL teaching jobs in the world.

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Healthcare in Korea

Healthcare in Korea

Healthcare in Korea is, of course, different from the healthcare we are used to back home in our own countries. I have been in Korea for a number of months and I want to tell you about my experiences with the healthcare system in Korea.

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Shopping in Taiwan

Shopping in Taiwan

I love shopping in Taiwan and If you’re like me, there are certain times when I need some retail therapy. Maybe the clothes you brought are starting to wear out a little or maybe you need to find some gifts for friends and family.

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6 Ways to Beat Teacher Burnout

6 Ways to Beat Teacher Burnout

Beating teacher burnout is tough, anyone who’s taught ESL for long enough has been there: You started out strong. You loved it and walked into class every day with a bounce in your step and joy in your heart. And then somewhere along the way, you found yourself losing that enthusiasm.

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