Teach EFL in the Maldives

Date posted:2002-10-24 | Writer: Seasons Resort Maldives | Email: [email protected]


The successful applicant will have the following minimum qualifications:

* An internationally recognised TESOL Certificate (CELTA, Trinity etc).
* A 4-year undergraduate degree preferably in a related subject area.
* Minimum 3 years post-certificate experience teaching all ages and levels including business classes.
* Experience in curriculum development and design of resources/materials.
* Experience in formal or informal teacher training and observations.
* An M.A in Education or post-graduate teaching certificate a plus, but not essential.
* Excellent organisation and interpersonal skills.
* Good computer skills.
* Flexibility, team-player, a willingness to learn and an interest inTraining & Human Resources Development.


To learn more about this position, please send a detailed CV and cover letter stating the reasons for your interest to:

Ms. Lisa Meredith, Human Resources Department

Email: [email protected]
Fax: ++ 960 440 272


Suitable applicants will be given immediate consideration.

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.

 

The third unit was most helpful in giving an overview of different methodologies of teaching English as an additional language. I also found it helpful that the unit put forth that it was important to keep in mind the differentiation between mistakes and errors. Also, the units emphasizing the importance of praising students in order to facilitate their own language acquisition, I felt very much aligned with my own teaching philosophy.This unit shows a good example of a successful and less successful teaching. In this first video the teacher lacks having a positive and happy attitude towards the students. I have learned that the atmosphere and participation of the students is largely controlled by the teacher. The use of pictures and the correct lay out of terms as well as making yourself very clear is important for the students to stay interested and understand.

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