TEFL Scams: 10 Red Flags You Should Look For

It's sad that there are people out there who take advantage of others who are simply looking for an online teaching position. For this reason, it's important to know the red flags associated with TEFL scams so you don't fall victim to online predators pretending to be recruiters. These red flags can apply to any... Continue Reading →

The End is Near

In two weeks my five month ESL adventure in South Korea will come to an end. All resignation paperwork has been turned in. My luggage is packed. I'm ready and waiting. I never did experience the honeymoon phase of coming here and it still hasn't quite settled with me that I'm actually in South Korea. Things... Continue Reading →

Co-teacher

Where's my co-teacher? Ok. So I go in for work at about 8:55 this morning. My co-teacher isn't in the classroom. So, I do my normal whipping out of my laptop and start typing away on lesson plans, etc. There's no 1st period on Mondays, so I think nothing of it when 9:20 rolls around... Continue Reading →

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