Posts Tagged teaching in Taipei

Interview with Rob and Victoria – An American Couple in Taipei

Interview with Rob and Victoria - An American Couple in Taipei

Hello there Reach To Teach readers! We are back with yet another teacher interview for you. This time we are featuring an interview with an American couple in Taipei. Rob and Victoria have kindly agreed to answer a few questions about their experiences in teaching English in Taiwan. Read on to discover their tips on the best places to go to in Taipei, best blogs to visit, and their views on teaching in Taiwan.

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Interview with Andrew Gordon – Teaching at a Taiwan Public School

Interview with Andrew Gordon - Teaching at a Taiwan Public School

Interested in teaching in Taiwan’s public school system? Meet Andrew Gordon, a Reach To Teach teacher who has been teaching at a Taipei public school since 2012.

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Teacher Testimonial

C. Venter - 2017 - Teaching in China

Thanks to the help and hard work of my recruiter at Reach To Teach, my journey to China was such a smooth and nearly stress free process. I have now been happily living in China for 6 months. Thanks, guys.


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R. Busony - 2017 - An ESL Teacher in Taipei
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Reach to Teach is absolutely the best tool to have going into the teaching industry in Asia. I worked with Carrie Kellenberger when going to Taiwan and she managed to give me more than I asked and did frequent check-ups.

Weeks before my dep...


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Anabel Gabriela - 2018 Teacher Testimonial
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They made what would have been a very complicated process easy. I always felt like they really cared about me and I never felt intimidated emailing or calling when I was confused. Highly recommend!


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