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Are you interested in teaching English in Thailand? ITTT TEFL course graduate Shirin moved to Thailand to teach English and shares her experience in this blog post article.

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We are all human. Let’s face it. Arguments, miscommunications, and considerations are inevitable. Here are some great tips how you as an English teacher can deal with contentions with your co-workers.

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Nepotism, known as “wasta” in the workplace, is common in the Middle East, especially in the private sector. Personally, this area of common practice was unknown and unheard of to me as I come from a system of being recruited through the normal steps of applying for a job, being selected for an interview, and then being hired based on my experience knowledge, and skills.

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This article focuses on ESL in particular, whereby ESL is a specialized area in itself. However, this is not recognized in the Middle East, and heavy recognition is given to the qualification gained rather than the development of practical skills in that field.

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Being in China for over ten years, I've worked at more than 30 places, combining schools and training centers, kindergartens and private classes, etc. For the past five years, working as a recruiter, I would like to give you a few valuable tips on getting hired for your dream job.

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In this live session, TEFL expert Linda shares insight on how much money you can REALLY make when teaching English abroad and online. You don't want to miss it!

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Are you considering teaching in Hong Kong as a Native English teacher? If yes, do you know who you are going to work with? Here are some ways you can effectively prepare yourself and collaborate with the local teachers in school.

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Are you interested in teaching English in Europe? TEFL expert Linda from ITTT shares the ultimate guide to teaching English as a foreign language in some of the most popular countries in Europe.

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Are you interested in moving to Taiwan? Check out these 5 top tips to make your life easier for teaching English in Taiwan.

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Work in China as a Non-Native English Teacher: In this live stream, Liza interviews our TEFL alumnus Eugene on his outstanding non-native teaching experience in China. Don't miss this session to learn more about one of the most exciting destinations for teaching English abroad. Native speakers will find it useful too!

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