Posts Tagged teach in Korea

Expat Types

Expat Types

Expat types are a real thing, after all, we are all very diverse people so it is only natural to expat expats to fall into different groups. “The way you think influences the way you feel, and the way you feel influences how you act.” I heard this quote earlier this year and it resonated with me as a mantra for life.

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Differences Between America and Korea Part 2

Differences Between America and Korea Part 2

The differences between America and Korea are endless, as demonstrated in this second part of the three part series highlighting some of the more prominent things to note before moving abroad to Korea.

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Differences Between America and Korea Part 1

Differences Between America and Korea Part 1

There are a number of differences between America and Korea that are important to note when considering teaching in this location.

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The Korean Workplace Atmosphere

The Korean Workplace Atmosphere

The Korean workplace atmosphere is an important thing to take note of in teaching. This is the atmosphere around you when you aren’t in the classroom teaching. You’ll either be in your own abode planning lessons in your empty classroom, or if it isn’t exclusive to you, you’ll be working in the Teachers’ Office.

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Co-teaching Relationship: Success vs. Failure

Co-teaching Relationship: Success vs. Failure

The co-teaching relationship between you and your co-teacher, or better yet, the chemistry, is the chief element that can dictate success or failure in the classroom. Sounds a bit harsh, or too rigid, too black and white, though, doesn’t it?

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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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Engage Your Students

Engage Your Students

It is crucial that you engage your students from the moment class starts, otherwise, you may as well be teaching at a brick wall. Keeping them engaged is also tricky, but I am here to help.

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