Linda Dunsmore ITTT TEFL
Linda is a passionate traveler, language learner and TEFL teacher. After spending some time teaching in China, she moved to Korea in 2015. She now calls South Korea her home.
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Are you not sure whether you should take a TEFL course? In this post, a recent TEFL course graduate shares her experience taking the course and why you should take it too!Read more
Why should one take a TEFL course? In this post, an ITTT graduate gives their thoughts on why someone might need a TEFL course, even if they already know how to teach a foreign language.Read more
Lesson planning is one of the most important parts of being a teacher. In this post, one of our graduates explains what a lesson plan is, how to create one and how to use it to its fullest potential.Read more
This blog post was written by a recent TEFL graduate from ITTT. This TEFL post discusses 5 big problems for English learners in Beijing, China.Read more
In this post, a recent TEFL course graduate looks at the most common problems students in Laos face when learning English.Read more
This post was written by a recent TEFL course graduate at ITTT about her experience teaching English to kindergarteners in China.Read more
In this blog post, a recent ITTT TEFL graduate shares their story of how a job as a low-paid nurse led them to lead a successful career in teaching English as a foreign language abroad.Read more
In this post one of our TEFL course graduates shares his thoughts on the popular ESA teaching methodology and explains why this is the most successful teaching method for the ESL classroom.Read more
In this post one of our TEFL course graduates shares the 9 different roles a teacher takes on in the classroom.Read more
In this post, a recent TEFL graduate shares his story of traveling the world and how he found his calling to teach English as a foreign language.Read more
In this post, one of our TEFL course graduates gives her thoughts on why having foreign language experience makes you a better teacher.Read more
This blog post was written by a recent TESOL graduate who shares their thoughts on how English is the number one language used in international business and how this is useful for teachers worldwide.Read more