Employment teaching EFL in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Date posted:2004-06-10 | Writer: GYA School | Email: [email protected]

GYA School in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia seeks English teachers for students grades Kg up to high school for year round postings. Our target audience for teachers is those who understand the challenges of living and working in a third world country. We recommend that potential teachers investigate and ask questions about Ethiopia from all sources. Ethiopia is a lovely, peaceful place, and some misconceptions and stereotypes about Ethiopia are not accurate. The children are especially nice to work with since it is easy to get their attention with creative teaching strategies. Our school is a normal school for children, so all postings are at least 10 month postings. We provide housing and a stipend that covers food and expenses inside the country. If you are interested in living and working in Ethiopia, and you are a trained and experienced teacher, please contact us at [email protected] We do require a bachelor's degree or TEFL qualification, a combination of both are preferred.
We require a cover letter stating why you want to stay in Ethiopia for a year teaching children, a resume or cv, and a photo to complete the application process. We are currenly seeking applications for the 2004/2005 school year which begins on September 1, 2004.



We would like to stress that we are looking for professional teachers, not those who are just travelers.

Please feel free to contact us to get more information.

We hope you will join our team.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.

 

This Unit didn't include a lot of new information for me but it was still very interesting to repeat some parts and learn about the english terms. I think this Unit shows how difficult it is to manage a classroom but also how important it is to know about how to act (as a teacher) in different situations. Sometimes it is just a small change. To be organized is one of the most important field and helps to have productive lessons.This Unit took a different approach that works well. The first video however, was so cringe worthy it was difficult to sit through. I shudder just thinking about it. Having a video showcasing what not to do in the class room followed by a video without the errors of the first is a good lesson to have. Especially for Online students like myself who don't have a class readily available to sit in and see the differences first hand.


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