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All you need to know about teaching English abroad!

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Our ITTT TEFL and TESOL Alumni Stories

Teaching children can be challenging. Here are 7 fun reward systems that will keep your students more engaged.

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In this blog post, our TEFL graduate considers some common challenges in English phonetics for the Chinese students.

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This blog post is devoted to the problem of parents in education of their children.

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This blog post was written by our TEFL graduate who shares their experience of working in Bangkok, Thailand.

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How to develop your teaching skills and acquire important teaching techniques? Read in this blog post.

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Remember that learning a language requires motivation, discipline, patience, and vision. If you don’t see where you are going with your target language early on then you are just wasting your time. It’s not a good practice to stop in the middle of something because you suddenly realized that it’s not worth it. Know your goal, set your mind to it so you will never get lost along the way.

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Are you interested in teaching English online? Like you, I’m a new starter to this career of teaching English to non-native speakers, so I wanted to share five tips on what not to do in your early days.

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In this blog post, our TEFL alumna shares their course review and makes an outline of the content.

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Working from home brings both opportunities and challenges. It’s time to get more in touch with family and to appreciate each other, especially during these difficult times. It can also provide a positive environment to grow, learn and focus. Instead of spending valuable time traveling to and from work, you can set your own schedule.

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If you are already TEFL certified, there are a lot of great extra courses that can push your portfolio to the next level. Here are the 6 reasons that it’s a great idea to do additional TEFL Courses.

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