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— "Worryingly, my school has no safety policy in place"

"Worryingly, my school has no safety policy in place"

The virus situation - How is the Covid-19 situation affecting teachers at different schools?


Is Thailand an option? - Will the Covid-19 situation give more people the incentive to move abroad and teach in places like Thailand?


— "What do I miss about Thailand - absolutely everything!"

"What do I miss about Thailand - absolutely everything!"

The grass isn't always greener - Peter moved back to the UK after teaching in Thailand for three years. He can't wait to get back!


The cost of living - Thomas lives in rural Thailand and handles about 25 online students. Although it means teaching 35+ hours a week, he and his wife still find the time to run a few sidelines.


— Teaching opportunities

Teaching opportunities

Recently added - teaching positions for primary homeroom teachers at a private school in Chiang Rai (35K), secondary level teachers at a private school in Bangkok (57K) and non-native English teachers for schools all over Thailand (30K).  View the current teaching positions on the Ajarn jobs page


TEFL course / Training - in our May TEFL course blog, you can get all the latest news from Thailand's leading TEFL course providers. How do they plan to deliver their training programs during these uncertain times?


— Ajarn catches up with an old friend

Ajarn catches up with an old friend

Back in the UK - In September 2019, I interviewed my great friend Mark, who had taught in Thailand for 20 years but had decided to return home to the UK. He's been back there over six months now. Time for a catch up. 



— Distance learning TV and the toppling of Kru Wang

Distance learning TV and the toppling of Kru Wang

Hot topic - Mark Newman analyzes the social media ridicule of a Thai teacher and explains why it's not just her fault.  


— An exciting language school in Bangkok!

An exciting language school in Bangkok!

A warm welcome - Modulo language school is now a proud sponsor of Ajarn. With several Bangkok branches, including Siam Paragon and Icon Siam, Modulo is truly one of the most dynamic and innovative language schools in the city


— Five myths about being a TEFL teacher in Thailand

Five myths about being a TEFL teacher in Thailand

TEFL myths - Teaching in Thailand isn't just one big holiday.


Bravo! - Teacher trainer, Stephen Louw, has been amazed at how well people have adapted to online teaching. 


Online or real classroom? - Which does Bangkok teacher Laura Peters prefer?   


Featured Jobs

Early Years and Primary Teachers (55-70K)

฿55,000+ / month

Bangkok


Secondary English Teaching Positions

฿35,000+ / month

Thailand


Fun Native English Teachers for Mid-June Start

฿42,000+ / month

Thailand


NES Teachers for Immediate Start

฿36,000+ / month

Nakhon Si Thammarat


English Conversation Teachers

฿35,000+ / month

Thailand


Nursery Homeroom Teacher for August Start

฿0+ / month

Samut Prakan


Featured Teachers

  • Tashiel


    South African, 39 years old. Currently living in South Africa

  • Michael


    American, 76 years old. Currently living in USA

  • Paulo


    Filipino, 23 years old. Currently living in Philippines

  • Thomas


    British, 24 years old. Currently living in United Kingdom

  • Jude


    Filipino, 24 years old. Currently living in Philippines

  • Cecil


    French, 37 years old. Currently living in Thailand

  • Dr


    British, 58 years old. Currently living in United Kingdom

  • Joseph


    Filipino, 40 years old. Currently living in Philippines

  • Mohammed


    Moroccan, 51 years old. Currently living in Thailand

  • Michael


    American, 32 years old. Currently living in Thailand

  • Doctorfrank


    British, 69 years old. Currently living in Thailand

  • Kirk


    Filipino, 24 years old. Currently living in Philippines

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Latest Blogs

The accidental whistle blower

Mark Newman

Distance learning TV and the toppling of Kru Wang

Five myths about being a TEFL teacher

Kylie Millar

I'm sick of the moaners.....I really am!

Getting a job interview - part 1

Phil Hall

The pros and cons of four different approaches

Could it be time to seize the moment?

Richard McCully

Will the Covid-19 situation give more people the push to move abroad?

Teacher contract headaches

Richard Constable

What happens to foreign teacher contracts now that the Thai school year will run from July 1st to mid-April 2021?

Covid and teaching online

Stephen Louw

Overcoming your personal online teaching crisis

May 2020

TEFL Course News

The latest news from Thailand's major TEFL course and training providers.

Can I come out now?

Bangkok Phil

As many Thais seem to be developing lock down fatigue, am I getting left behind I wonder?

2020 season fixtures

Diary of a Thai football season

How will Samut Prakan fare in their second season as a Thai Premier League club?