Jobs Teaching English in China (2)

Date posted:2016-05-24 | Writer: CIEO | Email: [email protected]

Come teach EFL in China with the Canadian International Education Organization!  We’re a Canadian school with several kindergartens and training centers looking for teachers in Guangzhou.  With over 130 other foreign teachers, you can be sure to get constant support both on the job and in getting around the city.  Also, we dedicate our time to making sure you are suitably trained and feel comfortable inside the classroom. 

Locations: Guangdong province, Guangzhou city, Foshan City, Zhognshan City, Dongguan City

Work hours: Max 25 teaching hours and 5-10 office hours per week

Number of students per class: Training Center--15   Kindergarten--20-30

Student age: Training Center--4-16    Kindergarten--3-6

Start date: August, 2016


Salary: 9,000 – 13,000 RMB per month

Free housing provided by the company

Flight reimbursement of 10,000 RMB

Health insurance

Free training

Full teacher support

Z type work visa provided and more


Contact us at the email address given on the job heading to apply, or for more information!


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.


In this lesson I learned more about authentic and created materials. Authentic materials are good for advanced students, and created materials are preferred with beginner students. Also, course books are useful as long as the teacher doesn't follow it blindly. Teachers should use course books to guide them, and be prepared to either replace or supplement material according to students.This unit has helped me to understand alot about the classroom. It explains teacher to student talk time. It assists with different ways to seat the class depending on factors of the students. It explains alot about discipline in the classroom and what could be causing problem behaviours. It explains good and bad gesture from the teacher. It also helps with grouping students and pairwork.