TEFL Job in Myanmar

Date posted:2011-01-03 | Writer: Horizon International School | Email: [email protected]

Horizon Int’l School is one of the leading schools in Myanmar with its branches in Yangon and Mandalay. We’re looking for experienced, enthusiastic TEFL qualified English Language Teachers for our Summer School program. It starts on 14th of March and ends on 13th of May 2011.
-Native English speakers – advanced and ultra-confident non-natives accepted
-A university graduate from the field preferred
-TESOL / TEFL Certificate holders preferred
-teachers with at least two years of teaching experience preferred
-Enthusiastic, friendly, positive-thinking, hard-working, patient
-Team-oriented and children-loving!
- Salary offered: $2200 for the whole 8-week work period
- Accommodation at a hotel
- Lunch provided at school
- Visa fee covered
- Round-trip Airfare from BKK
- Starting Date: March 14th, 2011
- Ending Date: May 13th, 2011
- Number of positions available: 20+
- Working hours: 8:00 am to 5.00pm
- Teaching hours: 30 hours/ week (Monday through Friday)
- Class size: 16 students max.
- Student age: 6 to 16
- Contract period: 2 months (March-April)

Teachers who prove their skills in teaching, who show a great extent of enthusiasm and dedication, who like the environment and willing to stay further, will be given, on a mutual agreement, a 2-term (one academic year) contract. Therefore, this 8-week period of summer school will serve as their probation period. Our academic year of 11-12 starts on 30th of May 11 and ends 10th of March 12. The terms of employment for the new academic year will be pleasantly different from the terms of the contract for Summer School.

The applicants MUST submit their CV along with cover letters, recommendation from previous employers, TEFL certificate, and a copy of their passport (photo page) to the email address given on the job heading.

Murat Kucukdugenci
General Manager

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 has taught me the different types of evaluation tools, both for the students and for the teachers. Importantly, one should be constantly aware of the progress and abilities of the students, as well as their own progress and abilities as a teacher. There are many types of examination, and some are not conducted in class, but students might be concerned about preparing for them, such as the TOEFL.In this lesson I studied the different grading methods and test one could use for the students. Broken down into different subcategories such as age, time they have studied English and proficiency level. getting a diagnostic test in place early on could help the teacher to formulate the most suitable syllable for the student and/or the class taking into consideration the teacher may not have such freedom.