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How to Get a Job Teaching English Online

You’re Hired! How to Get a Job Teaching English Online

Feeling the economic impact of the last several years, people of all ages, professions, and backgrounds are looking for jobs they can do online from the comfort and safety of their homes. If you’re wondering how to get an online teaching job even if you’ve never taught before, look no further. Demand for online English […]

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Preparation Pathway for the Pearson Test of English (PTE Academic) 

Individuals and organizations today require a secure high-stakes English test that is easily accessible around the world. The Pearson PTE Academic Exam is recognized by thousands of universities throughout the world; by the US government for medical professionals who wish to work in the United States; and by the U.K., Australia and New Zealand governments […]

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Teach English in Japan: A Guide to Requirements, Programs, and More

If you’re an English teacher looking to work in Japan, there’s a lot in store for you besides the country’s cutting-edge technology, kawaii culture, and unique cuisine. With plenty of TEFL opportunities in this East Asian island country, teaching in Japan gives you a chance to build up not only your career but also your […]

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Growing Your ESL/EFL Business Through Social Media

Running your own business as an ESL/EFL teacherpreneur can be an exciting and profitable career move, one that involves so much more than just teaching! In particular, marketing yourself or your business and finding new students might feel like a problem that never goes away. How can you ensure that you have a constant pool […]

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Scaffolding in the ESL and CLIL Classroom: Steps for Success

Successful teachers can not only write objectives for a lesson plan – they can structure activities appropriately to help students achieve those objectives. This teaching skill, known as scaffolding, is important for all types of teaching and lesson planning but is particularly essential when teaching content in language, such as in the case of bilingual […]

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Teaching English Pronunciation: Addressing Stress, Rhythm and Intonation in the Classroom

Teaching pronunciation can be overwhelming if you don’t know where to start. That’s why this session will break down the suprasegmental basics of pronunciation (stress, rhythm, and intonation) into easy-to-understand components. You’ll also walk away with practical activities that can make your pronunciation lessons more effective and interesting for your students.

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Tech Tools to Engage Online ESL/EFL Learners

Teaching students online doesn’t have to be boring – in fact, virtual classes can be some of the most fun! Edtech tools allow for online teaching to be both unique and interactive so that students never forget a lesson. Join us to see how digital tools can enhance your lesson presentation, student practice, formative assessment, […]

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Practicing Self-Care: Mental Well-Being for Online English Teachers

You’ve made the move to teaching online – congrats! But now that you’re working remotely, you’ve realized that this lifestyle comes with certain challenges, like working in isolation and stress from new challenges. Don’t let your mental health suffer! Join us for a discussion with mental health professionals and online teaching experts to learn strategies […]

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Optimize Your ESL/EFL Lesson Plans to Improve Efficacy and Save Time

Do you find yourself spending too much time on lesson planning? Do you feel that your lesson plans are not working when put to the test in the actual classroom? Don’t let lesson planning make you sweat! Join us for this session to learn helpful tips and tricks to make your lesson plans more organized […]

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How to Make the Most Money as an Online English Teacher

While companies often set an hourly pay range to teach English online, you definitely want to be on the high end and earn as much as possible. Here are some ways to make the most money as an online English teacher.

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