Regular Positions Teaching English in Turkey

Date posted:2013-12-12 | Writer: Teach to Travel | Email: [email protected]

Teach to travel has jobs available now in Istanbul. The positions involve teaching in Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary Schools from now through to the end of June 2014 for a salary of 2,000 TL per month together with subsidised accommodation to 400TL per month (normally costing around 600TL per month). Teaching hours are 20 - 25 classroom hours per week, 40 hours on site. Children per class: 20-25. There are also opportunities to organize Private Tuition classes as a way to earn extra income.  

Qualifications: The teacher must have the following:

1) A teaching qualification, such as TEFL/CELTA /TESOL

2) Experience of 1 year is preferred, but not necessary

3) A university degree

4) Native level English

Please apply in the first instance by contacting us at the email address given on the job heading.  We look forward to hearing back from you, and hopefully putting you in touch with some great schools in Turkey!


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 unit 10 I learned that it is important to always be evaluating students to tract their progress and know that you as a teacher hit benchmarks. It is important to test students before a unit to find out what they do not know. Also important to test them during to see what they have learned and what you need to still teach. After each unit you should test them to see what they actually learned.This unit really got me thinking about what kinds of groups I would be best suited to teaching. While I've had plenty of experience in classrooms for younger learners, I'm somewhat attracted to the idea of 1+1 tutoring and business learning. I suppose it would be possible to try my hand at all of the above, or at least be able to give 1+1 lessons while teaching younger learners in a classroom.

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