Maybe two weeks just isn’t enough. Maybe you want to give living abroad a shot and feel teaching English as a foreign language is the way to do it. If so, I can help you with that, too. I’ve lived and taught in Thailand, South Korea, Mexico, and the Ivory Coast. I’ve taught in public schools, an educational village, online, and in a private international school. I have a TEFL and CELTA certificate along with experience teaching students as young as 7 and as old as 70. I’ve found jobs through recruiters as well as on my own. I’ve written tons of applications and done countless job interviews.
And I’ve navigated the process of moving to and settling into a completely new country with a completely new culture and completely new language.
If you think it’s for you, I’ll give you pointers on teaching abroad and help you prepare for and navigate the challenges of living abroad.
For students of English as a foreign language I’ve also got some resources here and, if you’d like to take some online lessons with me, just reach out.
I hope you enjoy what you find here and if you have any questions, comments, or just want to start a conversation, don’t hesitate to contact me.